A panel of experts on U.S.–India relations will address business opportunities between the two countries on Wednesday, Jan. 26.
Three speakers will discuss a new strategic partnership between the U.S. and India in light of President Obama‘s visit in November and potential business opportunities in the country.
The seminar will start at 6 p.m. at Georgia Institute of Technology‘s Ferst Center for the Arts at 349 Ferst Drive.
The panel will include Steven White, former deputy chief of mission to the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, Govind Hariharan, professor chair of the economics department at Kennesaw State University and Ani Agnihotri, managing partner of the U.S.-India Business and Research Center.
The seminar is sponsored by Georgia Tech’s Center for International Business Education and Research and the U.S.-India Business and Research Center.
Registration is $30, and is free for all Georgia Tech students and faculty.
For more information or registration, call the U.S.-India Business and Research Center at 404-394-6678.