Georgetown India Initiative to host Tata Group’s Sunil Sinha on January 24

The executive will talk about  commercial links between India and the MENA region.

The Georgetown University India Initiative will host Sunil Sinha, the resident director of the Middle East & North Africa region for Tata Sons, for a conversation about commercial links between India and the MENA region on January 24.

“Mr Sinha will discuss the political, economic, and social importance of these commercial partnerships and their impact on Indian businesses and civil society,” Irfan Nooruddin, the director of the India Initiative and Hamad bin Khalifa Professor of Indian Politics at the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown, told The American Bazaar.

Sinha has worked at the Tata Group for over 31 years, most recently as the CEO of Tata quality management services. The Tata Group, which consists of more than a hundred companies that are present in more than a hundred countries, has been present in the MENA region for nearly half a century.

EVENT DETAILS

WHAT:  “India’s Commercial Engagement in the MENA Region: A Conversation with Sunil Sinha”

WHERE:  Mortara Center Building Conference Room, Georgetown University

WHEN: January 24, 2017, 4 pm to 5:45 pm.

RSVP: https://india.georgetown.edu/events/india-s-commercial-engagement-in-the-mena-region-a-conversation-with-sunil-sinha

Sunil Sinha. Image via Georgetown India Initiative

“ The Tata Group has deepened its engagement across many industries in this diverse region, which has consequently impacted India’s relationship with the Middle East and North Africa,” according to the India Initiative.

The Georgetown University India Initiative was launched in 2015 “to advance research and teaching around India and world affairs and to create a platform for high-level dialogue among American and Indian leaders from government, business, civil society, and the academy.”

It has hosted a number of prominent Indians, including former Union Minister of External Affairs Salman Khurshid and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah, and journalists Rajdeep Sardesai and Sagarika Ghose.

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