The Conference Board’s programs and activities in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are designed to help senior decision makers in both Multi-national and local companies navigate the complex, dynamic economic and business climate in their respective countries and internationally. Programs include high level peer exchanges within our Councils, dialogue with in-house experts through live webcasts, economic research and business analysis. In support of our members in South Asia and around the world, The Conference Board brings its global perspective and expertise in such areas as economic and business cycle analysis, innovation, corporate governance, sustainability, human resources, and organizational capability to the unique South Asian business environment.

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Peer Networks

Global Diversity & Inclusion Executives Council
Executives from European firms engage in strategic discussions on issues and challenges currently facing chief diversity officers. Members value the expert speakers, benchmarking opportunities, and ability to shape best and next practices in diversity.

South Asia Executive Coaching Council
This council gives members an opportunity to address sustainability challenges and compare notes to ensure they have the right strategies in place to identify and deal with environmental and social performance issues.

Global Business Conduct Council
European executives responsible for shaping global ethics and compliance programs discuss current issues and challenges facing corporations globally. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking opportunities.

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Publications

The China ResearchGraphic: The Growing Importance of Sustainability Reporting in China

The Chinese government’s intensifying focus on improving the sustainability reporting of local companies indicates that better sustainability reporting is desired by regulators, and the demand of the Chinese public for better sustainability standards, enforcement, and transparency is driving this trend.

(China Center Publications, May 2016)

China Center Data Flash: Credit where credit isn’t due—the continuing structural deterioration in Q1

On April 15, China's Q1 growth was officially announced as 6.7 percent. The construction and real estate sectors were the primary growth drivers in the quarter. While some declared a cyclical rebound, we disagree. 

(China Center Publications, May 2016)

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Webcasts

Living Open Innovation: Not New, but New for You
10 May, 2016 03:00 PM CET [15:00] (Brussels), 09:00 AM ET [09:00] (New York), 01:00 PM UTC [13:00]

This webcast will introduce a unique and proven way to accelerate the innovation and R&D process of companies through out-of-the-box thinking and cross-domain technology transfer.

Human Capital Watch: Leading, Executing and Engaging for Peak Business Results
18 May, 2016 11:00 AM ET [11:00] (New York), 03:00 PM UTC [15:00]

Explore insights of how successful leaders increase engagement and how HR can better recruit, select, and promote the right leaders within their organizations to drive better leadership decisions. CPE credit available

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The Conference Board India

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Contact: Julian D'Souza
Regional Head, South Asia Telephone: +91 998 754 8045
julian.dsouza@conference-board.org

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