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Young leaders on what futures hold

Young leaders on what futures hold

Key to the photographs, with each potential champ's take on what the future holds

Alok Kejriwal
Gaming will be the default form of entertainment, predicts the CEO & Cofounder of online gaming company Games2win, as families, friends and strangers connect like never before.

Anirban Roy
Driven by innovative financial products, the market for financial inclusion will evolve into a major economic force, says the Managing Director of SEED, a banking correspondent services firm

Darshan M.
Power will move from governments to the people, says the CEO of Machdar Motorsports, a motor sports management company; fans, public will chart the future of the sports business

Deepika Warrier

The need for brands to be relevant in a social context, be authentic and earn consumer respect will only increase, says the Director, Marketing (Beverages), at Pepsico India

Dhiraj Rajaram
The Founder & CEO of data analytics firm Mu Sigma says more and more organisations will transition from just performing analytics to institutionalising decision sciences

Gauri & Nainika

The emerging divas of Indian fashion say creative collaborations will be of great interest, and tie-ups with other brands may prove to be a key growth driver

Gita Gopinath
Advances in IT will so greatly integrate researchers across the globe that surprising collaborations will emerge, says the Professor of Economics at Harvard University

Hari Krishnan

The Internet will transform how marketing, HR and sales professionals conduct business, predicts the Country Manager of LinkedIn, a business social networking site

Kunal Bahl
The CEO of group buying website hopes to leverage his experience of building companies to fill the huge void in Indian politics for young, honest policy makers

Naveen Tewari
The Founder & CEO of InMobi, a mobile advertising company, wants to build one of the greatest Indian companies on a global scale and says people will be central to success

Phanindra Sama
It will get easier and cheaper for travel companies to take their products beyond cities, says the CEO of bus ticketing company RedBus, narrowing the urban-rural divide

Rajesh Sud

The CEO and MD of Max New York Life says the life insurance industry will contribute to IndiaRs s growth by channelling small savings to infrastructure development

Reuben Abraham
The Executive Director of Centre for Emerging Markets Solutions, ISB, hopes examples of China and Gujarat will lead to a data-driven view of the problems of development

Riyaaz Amlani

Clutter-cutting concepts like superspecialty and health restaurants will do well, says the CEO & MD of Impresario Entertainment and Hospitality; Indian menus will globalise

Sachin & Binny Bansal
The Co-founders of online shopping website say e-commerce will see exponential growth, and traditional companies, too, will see greater presence in e-commerce

Somasekhar Sundaresan
India will be the third largest economy in the world, and our laws will struggle to keep pace, says the Partner of law firm J. Sagar & Associates, and it would require super-specialisation in law practice

Sunish Sharma
The Co-founder of Kedaara Capital, a private equity firm, says PE companies will need to constantly reinvent the model for successful investing in India

Sudesh Menon
The CEO of Waterlife India, a provider of potable water solutions, says the dramatic increase in the demand for water will result in a seismic shift in its conservation

Vishal Bali
The healthcare sector will see disruptive innovation which will improve the quality of care and increase affordability, says the CEO of Fortis Healthcare Global

Yamini Aiyar

The Senior Fellow of Centre for Policy Research, a policy think tank, says solutions to IndiaRs s governance problems will come bottom-up, resulting in empowered citizens

Published on: Dec 17, 2011, 2:33 PM IST
Posted by: Navneeta N, Dec 17, 2011, 2:33 PM IST