The Economic Times Women's Forum

The Economic Times Women’s Forum throws light on the challenges women face as professionals in all sectors of the economy, government, civil society and the arts. It also discusses solutions by experts from nations that have successfully introduced bold measures to promote women’s economic participation at all levels.

Featuring keynote conversations, panel discussions, one-on-one interviews, interstitial spotlights and entertainment, the 2017 Economic Times Women’s Forum is not a talk shop but a fast-paced multimedia pageant.

Be sure to get a place by registering now. We regret we have limited space and may not be able to accommodate all those who have expressed interest in attending.

ABOUT THE FORUM

Join us as we bring together the finest doers and the craziest dreamers on a single and diverse platform at The Economic Times Women’s Forum. Featuring keynote conversations, panel discussions, one-on-one interviews, interstitial spotlights and entertainment, The Economic Times Women’s Forum is not a talk shop but a fast-paced multimedia pageant. Be there and be the difference!…more

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MEET OUR SPEAKERS

Shobana Kamineni

President - Confederation of Indian Industry

Sachin Pilot

President - Rajasthan Pradesh Congress Committee

What to expect

Group Dialogues

Orations

Performances

THE ECONOMIC TIMES WOMEN'S FORUM - 16 MARCH 2018, MUMBAI

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Be sure to get a place by registering now. We regret we have limited space and may not be able to accommodate all those who have expressed interest in attending.

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