Wharton India Economic Forum

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The Wharton India Economic Forum (WIEF), established in 1996 at The Wharton School, is a student-run business forum in the United States focused on India. WIEF is one of the largest and most prestigious India-based economic and business conferences in the world. It is attended by over 800 people annually and receives extensive media coverage in India and the wider business by leading publications, such as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The New York Times, The Economic Times and The Times of India.

WIEF's mission is to engage the world's attention on India's enormous potential and the limitless possibilities the country offers. India's evolution as both an emerging economic power and as an increasingly important contributor to the global community has helped the conference broaden its perspectives.

Since the first forum, WIEF has stimulated energetic dialogue between current and future leaders from various walks of economic, social and political life. The forum has successfully served as a platform for not only promoting dialogue between industry leaders and policy makers, but has also served as a conduit for businesses to leverage the connections with industry professionals

The 15th Wharton India Economic Forum

The 15th annual Wharton India Economic Forum was held on April 22nd, 2011 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The theme for this year's conference was "India: Gaining Momentum" and the goal was to bring together thought leaders from around the world to...
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