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Indian economy will bounce back post COVID-19 era, says Ridham Desai of Morgan Stanley India

Surat: India needs to achieve and maintain a 7% GDP growth rate to tackle the economic crisis erupted due to the Covid-19 pandemic. There are lots of challenges ahead for all the nations, especially India but with the help of strong local demand and immense potentials for all the sectors, the Indian economy will surely bounce back and achieve the new horizons, says Mr. Ridham Desai, MD, Morgan Stanley India.

Mr. Desai was addressing ‘The Big Hairy Audacious Forum (BHAF) 2020’, a virtual conference organized by CorporateConnections, one of the world’s premier networking platforms. The aim of the event was to enhance engagement for members across the world and learn from some of the greatest minds. The virtual conference witnessed some eminent speakers include Mr. Ridham Desai, MD, Morgan Stanley India, Mr. Siddarth Roy Kapur, President of Producers Guild of India, Mr. Prahlad Kakkar, Advertising Film Director & Founder Genesis Film Production, Dr. Arokiaswamy Velumani, MD, Thyrocare, Mr. Ashish Vidhyarthi, Known Film Personalities and Mr. Graham Weihmiller, Chairman & CEO CorporateConnections®.

Speaking at the event, Mr. Ridham Desai said “Disruption is bringing about a major change in the socio-economic landscape of India. With direct effects on inflation, GST, DBT, agriculture, and pollution control, businesses need to find new ways to adapt by disrupting their own processes. It’s our responsibility to drive change and shape India in the next decade.”

Mr. Yash Shah, Chairman, BHAF 2020 said “BHAF 2020 was a boutique event with an estimated 300 participants participated from around the world. This was a tailored event for a very select audience and participants were enlightened by various industry leaders about current and future trends in the corporate world.”

Mr. Gaurav V Singhvi, Zonal Director, CorporateConnections®-Gujarat and Rajasthan said Let’s recalibrate everything and accept the new normal situation with a positive mindset. Every individual has to stay united and help in building the new economy by reimagining the future sites of business and create unique innovations. We at CorporateConnections®-Gujarat and Rajasthan help in keeping the business going with when others don’t have the access to such powerful network.

Elaborating the details on this initiative, Mr. Yash Vasant, Zonal Director, CorporateConnections®-Gujarat and Rajasthan said “These are unprecedented times, and we at CorporateConnections® Gujarat and Rajasthan wanted to do our bit to ensure we can use our resources and influence to support our members and our global business community at large.”

CorporateConnections® is one of the world’s premier networking platforms for accelerating executive-level connections and opportunities. The members join CorporateConnections® to develop business relationships, gain access to advanced professional development opportunities, and to participate in peer advisory groups.  Globally, the CorporateConnections® membership comprises of owners and C-Level Executives of large organizations with stringent criteria for membership. Hence CorporateConnections® provides an exclusive platform for influential businesses that appreciate the value of nurturing their relationships and have a culture of excellence.

(This story has not been edited by our staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed from NewsWireIndia.)

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