MindRush 2018 is focusing on the theme 'Rebrain or Rot' which is also theme of the Business Today magazine.
At Business Today Mindrush 2018, top business honchos of India are awarded best CEO awards. Some of the most prominent names are Keninchi Ayukawa, CEO of Maruti Suzuki, A. M. Naik, CEO of L&T and Varun Berry, CEO of Britannia Industries.
At Business Today's flagship event MindRush 2018, Business Today Editor Prosenjit Datta welcomed the guests where he talked about the idea behind Business Today MindRush. He also threw light on this year's theme 'Rebrain and Rot'.
At Business Today MindRush 2018, Eduardo Briceno Co-founder, Mindset works said that everyone needs to look inwardly and change themselves and evolve. Watch 'Masterclass Rebrain and Rot' session to know more about the theme of this year's MindRush.
Rajkamal Vempati, Amit Prakash, SV Nathan, Abhinav Chopra, Prakash Rao and Luna Mohanty attend the first session of MindRush 2018: May the Force Be With You.
Lisa Gill, Janmejaya Sinha and Sunil Lulla attend the third session of Business Today MindRush 2018: Reinventing Organizations
Watch RS Sodhi, Ajit Ranade, Nimesh Shah, Saugata Gupta and Soumya Kanti Ghosh attend the fourth session of Business Today MindRush 2018: Life Post DEMO & GST.
Sanjay Sethi, CEO at Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation (MIDC) invites all for the global investors summit on February 18, 19 and 20 to provide impetus to PM Modi's Make in India programme.
India Today Group Chairman and Editor-in-Chief Aroon Purie in his welcome address at BT MindRush2018 talked about how technology has changed everything in our lives. He also talked about how new technologies like blockchain, robotics and artificial intelligence are set to change the world.
At Business Today MindRush 2018, Union Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Jayant Sinha said that we should focus more at mass services, rather than mass manufacturing, talking about companies such as Ola, Flipkart and Rivigo.
The objective of this integrated platform is to shape the industry agenda and engage politicians, business leaders, academicians and opinion makers to collaborate on finding solutions to challenges faced by the industry.
Business Today will host the fifth edition of MindRush - India Today Group's annual flagship business event. The one-day conference will take place on January 13 at St Regis, Mumbai. Here are the highlights.
Business Today's fifth edition of MindRush, with the stimulating theme 'Rebrain or Rot', took off with an interesting and an extremely relevant discussion on 'How to Make Baby Boomers, Gen-Xers, Millennials Work in One Frame'.
It is important for organisations to nurture a growth mindset than stick to the traditional fixed mindset, in a world where change is the norm, said Eduardo Briceno, Co-founder of Mindset Works.
The panel discussion on 'Reinventing Organisations: Do you predict and control, or sense and react' highlighted that change is constant, and organisations should be looking at it at all times.
The Budget is coming at the time when the economy is going through a slowdown because of structural reforms such as demonetisation and implementation of the goods and services tax or GST.
Replete with funny one liners and anecdotes, motivational and inspirational speaker Mark Inglis poured out his life's learnings about going above failure and beyond success. Giving instances from his life journey, he talked about the ever-present need to re-imagine, innovate, and re-brain.
As the exhilarating day of BT MindRush was coming to a close, it was time to honour the best corporate leaders. The chief guest at the event, Jayant Sinha, Union Minister of State for Civil Aviation, handed over the awards to the winners.
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