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VISION & ROADMAP 2014 – 2015
Going Forward
2014-15
My Dream and delivery proposal is based on one basic belief of
“Togetherness”
We can Dream
We can Deliver
THOUGHTS
& IDEAS
Has no Timeline
Has no Monopoly
Our Success will depend on our ability to be TOGETHER.
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What has happened since
19th June, 2014?
• All international chambers with MOUs have
been communicated with a desire to renew
and re activate relationships.
• Launch of new website & Mobile application
for IMC.
• New Economist has been interviewed and
appointed
• Additional resources for marketing is in place
• Staff at all level have been met with the
objective of better alignment.
• Visited the “Vision Document – December –
2012”
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THEME for
2014-15
Growth with
Governance
Growth with
Governance
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Why this
THEME?
“Bad Governance” has taken a beating on the business environment
both in public and private commercial activities.
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This has hampered economic growth and is negative publicity for India.
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“Bad Governance” is throwing a challenge to India , to Indian values
and its capabilities.
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We at IMC, would like to be a crusader against this acknowledged evil.
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This theme will give the Business community and IMC a moral high
ground while raising issues with the Government.
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My guide & Supporter
for the theme :
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Mr. K Venkataraman – CEO Larsen &
Toubro
Mr. Subramaniam Ramadorai – Vice
Chairman of Tata Consultancy Services
Ltd.
Mr. Shekhar Gupta – Vice – Chairman of
the India Today Group
Mr. G Srinivasan – Chairman cum
Managing Director New India Assurance
Co. Ltd.
Mr. D K Sarraf – Chairman and Managing
Director ONGC
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Agenda - Going forward
Voice of industry
The Chamber will continue to provide a voice and
influence policy making through all possible channels
and means available.
Involvement of new members and youth
The Chamber will encourage fresh ideas and energy by
attracting youth.
Visibility of chamber
The Chamber’s visibility and activities needs to go
beyond Mumbai.
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Agenda - Going forward
Positioning & Perception of chamber
The Chamber should be made a Premier State Chamber
with the ultimate goal of making it National and then
(International).
Income & expenses
The Chamber needs to Double its Top line both in its
Incomes & Expenses with balanced ratios.
Increase membership
The Chamber need to increase corporate membership
both in quantity and quality with their active participation.
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Agenda - Going forward
Engage members
Create a unique delivery mechanism for all members
including members of SME and Affiliated Associations on
reasonable “paid service basis”.
ADR Centre
Optimise and Operationalize ADR asap.
Research & Publications
The Chamber should perceive to be a Knowledge Centre
with in-house resources which can be self sustainable.
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How will the objectives be
achieved?
Voice of industry
The Chamber will continue to provide a voice and influence policy
making through all possible channels and means available.
Can be achieved by
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The current strength and goodwill of the chamber is a great Asset
and Blessing.
Will capitalise on professional strength i.e. Legal , Tax , Banking ,
Real estate & Infrastructure and Insurance & specialists in
Governance and many new opportunities.
Organising events that would facilitate two way interactions with
the Government. We will also accept partnerships and compliment
the government in achieving its agenda.
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How will the objectives be
achieved?
Involvement of new members and youth
The chamber will encourage fresh ideas and re-energize experts by
attracting new faces and youth.
Can be achieved by
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We have invited new energy in our expert committees
Students & youth will be encouraged to be a part of various committees
and will attend meetings and events in the ‘Student’s Gallery’, which will
be an audience to the knowledge shared during the meeting.
Students who regularly attend these meetings, will be given a chance to
speak on the dais in the events aligned to the committees they select.
Letters have been sent to various colleges inviting active participation of
youth.
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How will the objectives be
achieved?
Visibility of chamber
Can be achieved by
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Engagement of Media house , &
personalities in our programs , also
monitoring our PR agency .
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Take up burning issues and get them
articulated for circulation. President , Vice
President , Committees and Administration
to work together.
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How will the objectives be
achieved?
IMC
Positioning & Perception of chamber
The chamber should be made a Premier State Chamber with the
ultimate goal of making it National and then (International).
Can be achieved by
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Events to be held at various cities outside Mumbai, Independently
and in partnerships with other institutions and state governments
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“Chanakya Award for Governance” is one such proposed event,
in partnership with MIT which will be conducted in various states.
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How will the objectives be
achieved?
Income & expenses
The Chamber needs to aggressively increase its Top line both in its
Incomes & Expenses with balanced ratios.
Can be achieved by
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A new scheme for Rs. 15 lacs and 25 lacs have been launched
for corporates.
Details
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How will the objectives be
achieved?
Increase membership
The chamber need to increase corporate membership both in quantity
and quality with their active participation.
Can be achieved by
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Marketing the new scheme that has been introduced to create
corporate members and enhance partnerships through
sponsorship
Advertisement and Brand promotion needs to be undertaken
Expert Committee Chairmen , Co-Chairmen and Managing
Committee members will be urged for bringing new members from
their respective industries.
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How will the objectives be
achieved?
Engage members
Create a unique delivery mechanism for all members including
members of SME and Affiliated Associations on reasonable “paid
service basis”.
Can be achieved by
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In addition to the help from the expert committees ,We propose to
seek guidance from –, A retired IAS officer , Retired IT
commissioner , Retired Banker , Retired Service tax commissioner,
Legal person , An economist (appointed) whose services the
members could use for basic information and guidance.
Structure events in a manner such that there is a “take home value”
for various classes of members.
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How will the objectives
be achieved?
ADR centre
Optimise and Operationalize ADR
Can be achieved by
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Promotion of ADR at all events held by the Chamber
The operationalization of the ADR Centre will be
completed soon
A Committee has been set up to discuss the letting out
of the premises and maintenance of ADR Centre.
Effective marketing strategy will be in place
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How will the objectives be
achieved?
Research & development
The Chamber should perceive to be a Knowledge Centre with inhouse resources which can be self sustainable.
Can be achieved by
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A Research paper will have to be ideally launched at major event
which is addressed to the policy makers.
Our team of Economists in addition and independent of ERTF will
release research papers on on-going and emerging issues.
The ERTF may conduct research in addition to above on identified
and agreed topics .
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2014 - 15
Managing committee
2014-15
Name
Designation
Mr. Prabodh Thakker
President
Mr. Dilip G. Piramal
Vice President
Members
Members
Mr. Pradeep B. Chinai
Mr. Malav Dani
Mr. Dushyant Dave
Mr. Arvind Jolly
Mr. Nitin R Joshi
Mr. Ashok Kadakia
Dr. Lalit S. Kanodia
Mr. Bipin H. Kapadia
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Managing committee
2014-15
Members
Members
Mr. Kishor B Karia
Mr. Anand Rathi
Mr. Samir Somaiya
Mr. Ashish Vaid
Mr. M K Chouhan
Mr. Dilip Dandekar
Mr. Chirag Doshi
Mr. K M Doshi
Mr. Mark S. Fernandes
Mr. Raj Nair
Mr. Rajiv Podar
Mr. Anil Ruia
Mr. Jinesh H Shah
Mr. Shaunak Thacker
Mr. Mahesh Thakkar
Dr. Y P Trivedi
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Managing committee
2014-15
Co-Opted-Individuals
Co-Opted-Individuals
Mr. Shailesh Vaidya
Mr. Mahendra Sanghi
Mr. Shekhar Bajaj
Ms. Bhavna G. Doshi
Mr. Niranjan Hiranandani
Dr. Nirupam Bajpai
Mr. Atul Joshi
Ms. Anupa Sahney
Mr. Bijay Sahoo
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Managing committee
2014-15
Co Opted Associations
Co Opted Associations
Mr. Mohan Nihalani
Mr. Sudarsshan Chokhani
Mr. Rabindra Agarwal
Mr. Yogen Lathia
Mr. V. Sarangapani
Mr. Surendra Mardia
Mr. Manoj Patodia
Dr. S. D. Israni
Mr. Deepak Doshi
Mr. Mahesh H. Thakker
Mr. Gautam Trivedi
Mr. Narsingmal J. Jain
Mr. Lalit Gandhi
Mr. Bipin N. Shah
Mr. Pranlal R. Sheth
Mr. Ashishkumar Chauhan
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Managing committee
2014-15
Co Opted Associations
Co Opted Associations
Mr. Paras K. Savla
CA Anil Bhandari
Mr. Ashok Patel
Ex - Officio
Ex - Officio
Mr. V B Haribhakti
Mr. M L Bhakta
Mr. Ram Gandhi
Mr. Niraj Bajaj
Mr. Rohit J. Patel
Mr. Surendra T. Savai
Mr. Vasantkumar Devji
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Managing committee
2014-15
Co Opted Chairman
Co Opted Chairman
Mr. D M Popat
Mr. G. Chandrashekhar
Ms. Deena Mehta
Ms. Rajyalaxmi Rao
Mr. Pradip Shah
Mr. Ketan Dalal
Dr. Rupa Shah
Mr. Chandan Bhattacharya
Adv. Sundeep Puri
Mr. Vikram Nankani
Mr. Arun Agarwal
Mr. R K Jain
Ms. Manju J. Nichani
Mr. Pradip Madhavji
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Managing committee
2014-15
Name
Category
Mr. Pratap Bhogilal
SPECIAL PERMANENT INVITEE
Past Presidents
Past Presidents
Mr. Kantikumar R. Podar
Dr. Ram S. Tarneja
Mr. Tanil R. Kilachand
Mr. Harsh Goenka
Mr. Suresh Kotak
Mr. Shailesh Haribhakti
Mr. Nanik K. Rupani
Mr. Nayan Patel
Mr. Gul Kripalani
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Managing committee
2014-15
Special Invitees
Special Invitees
Mr. Dilip Dalal
Mr. Ramesh Daswani
Mr. Nitin Goel
CA Snehal N Muzoomdar
Mr. S K Mitra
Mr. Atul Nishar
Mr. Deepak Premnarayen
Mr. Kaushal Sampat
Ms. Meera Sanyal
Mr. Pramod S. Shah
Mr. Anant Singhania
Mr. Pranay Vakil
Ms. Madhavi Vora
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Managing committee
2014-15
Patron Members
Patron Members
Mr. Navaneel Kar
Mr. V D Mhaiskar
Mr. Samir Modi
Mr. Varun Mody
Invitees on Reciprocal Basis
Invitees on Reciprocal Basis
Dr. Rana Kapoor
Dr. Hasit Joshipura
Mr. Rakesh R. Shah
Mr. Ramchandra Bhogale
Cdr. Dipak Naik
Mr. Surendrakumar Jain
Mr. Mahendra Katargamwala
Ms. Aarti Sanghi
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Expert committee 2014-15
Expert committee 2014-15
No. Committee
Chairman
Co-Chairmen
Officer-in-Charge
Mr. D.M. Popat
Mr. Prathamesh Popat
Mr. Gautam Mehta
Ms. Surekha Dhamapurkar /
Mr. Prajakt Palladwar
1.
ADR : Awareness
and Education
2.
Agri-Business, Food
Mr. G. Chandrashekhar
Processing and
Commodities
Dr. Sharad Varde
Mr. Kishore Tanna
Mr. Arun Sekhsaria
Ms. Anita Naik
3.
Anti-Corruption Cell
Mr. J.F. Ribeiro
Mr. Narayan Varma
Mr. D. Sivanandhan
Mr. Sanjiv Gaitonde
Mr. Jitender Bhargava
Mr. G P Gupta
Mr. Ravichandran
Narayan
Mr. P S Ganpathy
Mr. Anand Adsul
4.
Aviation & Airports
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Brand Enhancement
Mr. Dilip Piramal
& Membership
Development
6.
Capital Market
Ms. Deena Mehta
Mr. Sajay Mehta /
Mr. Anand Adsul
Mr. Asokan Arumugam
Mr. U. Venkataraman
Ms. Kinjal Desai
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Expert committee 2014-15
No. Committee
7.
Consumer
Protection
8.
Corporate
Governance &
Regulatory
Authority
Chairman
Co-Chairmen
Ms. Rajyalaxmi Rao
Officer-in-Charge
Ms. Vijaya Das
Mr. Pradip Shah
Mr. Deepak
Satwalekar
Mr. Pradip Kanakia
Mr. Anand Adsul
9.
Corporate Social
Responsibility
Dr. Vinay
Sahastrabuddhe
Mr. Tanil Kilachand
Ms. Jayanti Shukla
Ms. Puja Parekh
Ms. Anita Naik
10.
Diplomacy &
Government
Partnership
Mr. Gul Kripani
11.
Direct Taxation
Mr. Ketan Dalal
Mr. Gautam Nayak
Mr. Upendra Shah
12.
Economic Policy
Mr. Atul Joshi
Dr. Saugata
Bhattacharya
Ms. Anita Naik
Ms. Kinjal Desai
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Expert committee 2014-15
No. Committee
Chairman
Co-Chairmen
Officer-in-Charge
13.
Dr. Rupa Shah
Ms. Manju Nichani
Mr. Sanjiv Gaitonde
Mr. Madhur Bhandarkar
Mr. Sanjoy
Chakrabarty
Mr. Mir Ranjan Negi
Ms. Bharathi Pradhan
Mr. Mahesh Thakkar
Mr. Bhupesh Kumar
Mr. Sanjay Mehta
Dr. Yadnya Pitale
Mr. Jitendra Sanghvi
Education
14.
Entertainment,
Media and Sports
15.
Environment &
Energy
Mr. Shailesh Haribhakti
Mr. Suresh Prabhu
Mr. Darshan
Hiranandani
16.
Finance & Banking
Mr. Chandan
Bhattacharya
Mr. Mahesh Thakkar
Mr. A. Krishna Kumar
Mr. S S Mundra
17.
Finance &
Investment (IMC’s)
Mr. Dilip Dandekar
18.
Forum of Affiliated
Associations
Mr. Suresh Kotak
Mr. Upendra Shah
Mr. Deepak Doshi
Mr. Mahesh Thakkar
Ms. Ujwal D’Souza
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Expert committee 2014-15
No. Committee
Chairman
Co-Chairmen
Officer-in-Charge
Adv. R V Paranjpe
Mr. Bijay Sahoo
Ms. Subhashri Nair
19.
Human Resource
Development
Adv. Sundeep Puri
20.
Inclusive Innovation
Awards
Mrs. Bhavna Doshi
21.
Indirect Taxation
Mr. Vikram Nankani
Mr. Bakul Mody
Mr. Upendra Shah
22.
Industry
Mr. Dilip Piramal
Mr. Deepak
Premnarayen
Ms. Ginni Juneja
23.
Information
Technology
Dr. Lalit Kanodia
Mr. Hemant Sonawala
Mr. Dharmesh Anjaria
Ms. Selby Nambisan
24.
Insurance
Mr. Arun Agarwal
Mr. P. Chandrasekar
Ms. Ujwal D’Souza
Ms. Selby Nambisan
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Expert committee 2014-15
No. Committee
Chairman
Co-Chairmen
Officer-in-Charge
25.
International
Business
Mr. Anil Ruia
Ms. Sunita Ramnathkar
Ms. Kinjal Desai
Mr. Rajiv Podar
26.
Law : Review and
Rationalisation
Mr. Shaunak Thacker
Mr. Anand Desai
Mr. Tushar Mavani
Ms. Surekha Dhamapurkar/
Mr. Prajakt Palladwar
27.
Mediation
Mr. Suresh Kotak
Mr. Prathamesh Popat
Ms. Surekha Dhamapurkar /
Mr. Prajakt Palladwar
28.
MSME
Mr. Deepak Doshi
Mr. Sanjiv Saraff
Mr. Arun Sanghi
Ms. Ginni Juneja
29.
Mumbai
Development
Mr. Nanik Rupani
Mr. Anil Ruia
Ms. Vijaya Das
30.
Navi Mumbai
Mr. R.K. Jain
Mr. S. Swaminathan
Mr. Yogesh Mehta
Mr. Ganeshan Pillai
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Expert committee 2014-15
No. Committee
Chairman
Co-Chairmen
Officer-in-Charge
Mr. Rohit Patel
Mr. Arvind Pradhan
31.
President’s Advisory
Mr. Ram Gandhi
Council
32.
Private Equity
33.
Quality Improvement
Mr. Niraj Bajaj
& Technology
Mr. Suresh Lulla
Ms. Maya Desai
34.
Real Estate &
Infrastructure
Mr. Niranjan
Hiranandani
Mr. Pranay Vakil
Ms. Ginni Juneja
35.
Shipping & Ports
Mr. Mark Fernandes
Mr. Anand Adsul
36.
Skill Development
Mr. Bijay Sahoo
Mr. Sanjiv Gaitonde
Mr. Dushyant Dave
Ms. Kinjal Desai
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Expert committee 2014-15
No. Committee
Chairman
37.
Ms. Manju Nichani
Students' Forum
38.
Travel, Tourism &
Hospitality
Mr. Pradip Madhavji
39.
Urban Development
Ms. Meera Sanyal
40.
Young Leaders' Forum
Mr. Janak Sharda
Co-Chairmen
Officer-in-Charge
Mr. Sanjiv Gaitonde
Mr. Clarence
Fernandes
Mr. Veer Vijay Singh
Ms. Anupa Sahney
Mr. Ashok Jatia
Ms. Vijaya Das
Ms. Vijaya Das
Mr. Anagha Ainapure
Ms. Ujwal D’Souza
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Welcome our New
Joinees
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Mr. Atul Joshi – Chairperson – Economic Policy Committee
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Mr. Bijay Sahoo – Chairperson – Skill Development & Co – Chairperson
– Human Resource Development
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Mr. Ketan Dalal – Chairperson Direct Taxation
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Mr. Madhur Bandarkar – Chairperson -Entertainment, Media and Sports
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Ms. Meera Sanyal – Chairperson – Urban Development
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Ms. Rajlaxmi Rao – Chairperson Consumer protection
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Mr. Vinay Sahastrabuddhe – Chairperson Corporate Social
Responsibility
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Welcome our New
Joinees
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Ms. Anupa Sahney - Co Chairperson - Travel, Tourism & Hospitality
Mr. Arun Sakhsaria – Co- Chairperson Agri-Business & Food
Processing & Commodities
Mr. Ashok Jatia - Co Chairperson - Travel, Tourism & Hospitality
Mr. G P Gupta – Co – Chairperson Aviation & Airports
Ms. Jayanti Shukla - Co- Chairperson Corporate Social Responsibility
Mr. P S Ganpathy – Co – Chairperson Aviation & Airports
Ms. Puja Parekh – Co- Chairperson Corporate Social Responsibility
Mr. Ravichandran Narayan- – Co – Chairperson Aviation & Airports
Mr. Veer Vijay Singh – Co Chairperson - Travel, Tourism & Hospitality
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Corporate Governance
Government
Diplomacy & Govt. Partnership
Law : Review & Rationalisation
Shareholders
Employees
Human Resource Development
Skill Development
Growth with
Governance
Capital Market
Private Equity
Compliance
through
stakeholders
Society
Nature
Corporate Social Responsibility
Environment & Energy
Customers
Anti-Corruption Cell
Mumbai Development
Urban Development
Consumer Protection
Events 2014-15
 All events will have the following features :
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Revolve all events around the theme of the year 2014 – 2015
"Growth With Governance”
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Cross selling and interdependence of Committees
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Promotion of ADR Centre
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Quality of events to be in focus rather than Quantity of events.
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Whenever it is a joint event with other organizations, IMC logo and
branding should be in a commanding position.
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Events 2014-15
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Every Chairperson will have ownership of their
respective committee subject to:
All activities are in accordance with the Constitution Of
India.
They will have acceptable business standard practise
and all Transactions will have ethical best practices.
Will not hurt any individual , groups, Business House or
sentiments to any language and religion.
Numbered “Opening of the event” & “Closing of event” to
include objective and accounts reconciliation for plan and
performance.
All activities and events that were initiated and organised
in the previous years will be encouraged this year.
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India Calling
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This is a famous on going and popular event done
every year.
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Open to the concept of India Calling if –
 IMC – Indian delegation is appropriately
represented
 It should meet the enthusiasm of the Host
Country
 It should be Logistically and Financially viable
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Events 2014-15
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Events will Run on the Principal of I’s
MAGE
NCOME
MPACT
For IMC
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Proposed initiatives –
2014 - 15
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Financial Mela – To capitalise strength of IMC and the proximity to the
financial industry in Mumbai and invite National and International
participants .
Introduction of “Chanakya” Awards for Governance , Nav udyog
National (Awards for First generation entrepreneurs), Bhartiya
Chhatra Sansad ,Democracy awareness programme – In association
with MIT pune . The nature of these events will be governance awards in
collaboration with the local state government.
First event lined up in pune to engage the business committee “Rights
of an Assessee during search and raids”.
Media Awards – To engage Business media with the chamber by
recognising , celebrating and rewarding best media personalities.
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Going Forward
2014-15
My Dream and delivery proposal is based on one basic belief of
“Togetherness”
We can Dream
We can Deliver
THOUGHTS
& IDEAS
Has no Timeline
Has no Monopoly
Our Success will depend on our ability to be TOGETHER.
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Thank you

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