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CII YI representatives to take part in entrepreneurs’ summit

Confederation of Indian Industry’s (CII) Young Indians (YI) Bhopal chapter chairperson Bhavana Banerji and cochairperson Mihir Merchant have been shortlisted to represent India in the 5th G-20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance Summit (G20 YEA Summit) in Moscow, Russia, to be held from June 15 to 17.

india Updated: Jun 13, 2013 14:27 IST

Confederation of Indian Industry’s (CII) Young Indians (YI) Bhopal chapter chairperson Bhavana Banerji and co chairperson Mihir Merchant have been shortlisted to represent India in the 5th G-20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance Summit (G20 YEA Summit) in Moscow, Russia, to be held from June 15 to 17.

The summit is a gathering of young entrepreneurs of age group 18- 40 years and entrepreneurship-focused organisations from the G-20 countries. The summit is being hosted by Centre for Entrepreneurship (CFE).

About 25 members of YI from across the India have been selected to represent India in the summit.

Bhavana Banerji said, “The summit will provide us an opportunity not only to network with young people from around the world but also in envisioning and implementing better modes of such engagement in our country in the years to come.

With this year’s summit being based on the theme of ‘Young entrepreneurs shaping the future; solutions for jobs, innovation and global growth’, we look forward to playing an active role in these facts as India continue to shape the emerging world order.”

Mihir Merchant said in the summit delegates will focus on solutions to address critical issues facing all G-20 countries, including ways governments, academia, NGOs and business communities can work together to provide aspiring young entrepreneurs with foundational support to ensure their success.

In the last summit, YI Indore Chapter’s chair and co- chair had represented India.