Changing Patterns of Service Industry: “Opportunities and Challenges”

 

Sagar Media Inc Assochem India Changing Pattern of Service Industry: Opportunities and Challenges being held on 5th April 2018 at Taj Mahal Hotel New Delhi. (Rahul Kumar Bali, Senior Correspondent, Sagar Media)

DZ_thgIWsAAzk6KA seminar on was organized by The Associated Chamber of Commerce of India (ASSOCHAM) in Taj Hotel, New Delhi  The objective was to discuss the opportunities and challenges face in the service industry. Experts and Chief Executives of the companies providing services in various sectors of the industry were invited to discuss the current situation of the service industry in contemporary India. Prominent speakers include Jyoti Prakash Gadia,MD Resurgent India Limited, Anirban Banik, Associate Director,  Protviti Consulting Pvt , Ltd,  Narinder Wadhwa, MD, SKI Capital services Ltd, and Jyoti Kaur, Deputy Director General, Services Export Promotion Council, New Delhi.

In the technical session, “Healthcare and Wellness for a healthy India”, Kshitij Garg, Founder  Healers at Home, Rajesh Mundra, CEO, Truworth Wellness, Ranjita Shaw, Director of Public Relations and Communications, Roseate Hotels & Resorts, and Aditya Sharma, C0-Founder , Helfis technologies Pvt Ltd in their presentation discussed opportunities and challenges in the healthcare and wellness sector. According to them, India needs a strong health system in order to protect the health of the people and build up a healthy and strong India.

In the technical session, “Capacity Building in Financial Services through Fintech,” Adhil Shetty, Founder & CEO, Bankbazar and Sanglap Banerjee, Senior VP- Corporate Strategy & Fintech YES BANK illustrated the challenges faced by financial sectors. They also discussed the importance of the financial sector to provide opportunities to entrepreneurs.

In the Valedictory session, “Indian Media and Entertainment Industry wooing the Global Audience”.  SC Aggarwal, Chairman & Managing Director, SMC Global Securities Ltd, Sandeep Marwah, President Marwah Studios have discussed the current growth of media and entertainment industry in India. They said there is a plenty of opportunities in both the sectors. Today, Global stakeholders are looking at India. Media and entertainment industry have been the chief contributor of employment generations. Sandeep Marwah told the audience that entertainment industry is the biggest industry in India producing 25,00 films in a year in 28 languages. It is a great achievement. Sandeep Marwah also told the audience that 12,000 theaters  are operational. Noida Film City which is one of the biggest film city in the world.

Shankar Aggarwal, officer on duty, ASSOCHAM, in his concluding remarks stressed on financial inclusion of the disadvantaged people of the country. He further said without financial inclusion, safety and sustainability of any industry in India cannot be maintained. In his address, he urged the industry people to set up projects such as Film City in smaller towns so that the people from other parts of the state do not need to migrate to seek employment.

Sandeep Jajodia, President, ASSOCHAM in his welcome address apprised the audience that ASSOCHAM is always there to extend help to the service industry at national and international level.

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