Mar 27-28, 2012
ITC Royal Gardenia, Bengaluru, India
Technology Review India’s annual Emtech is the premier conference focused on emerging technologies and their impact. Now in its 4th year, this unique event brings together business leaders, senior technologists, investors, and innovative entrepreneurs to discuss the technological innovations that are changing the face of business and driving the global economy. Emtech India is a place where technology, business, and culture converge. It is a showcase for emerging technologies with the greatest potential for commercial impact. It is an access point to the most innovative people and companies from around the world. Most of all, it is a place of inspiration: a place to glimpse the future of technology and begin to understand how it is going to impact the world and your business. Emtech India is a community, a network, and a meeting place for business leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs, investors, and change makers worldwide who are passionate about turning ideas into solutions and addressing major global issues. We are driven to answer the challenge of the imagination by inspiring cutting-edge, innovative thinking. The conference is curated by the editorial staff of Technology Review, the world’s oldest magazine covering emerging technologies. It has grown into an influential annual event and a dynamic global community, with events in China, India, Italy, Singapore, and Spain.
Sep 22, 2011
ITC Maratha, Mumbai
With BUSINESS IMPACT we’re broadening our focus on innovation by following technology beyond the labs and into your hands, where an innovation can become a strategic tool for transforming a company, disrupting the market, or creating an entirely new industry. This first-of-its-kind event will cover new energy strategies and business models for using technology to generate revenue, drive profits, acquire customers, gain market share, achieve sustainability, and improve lives.
Feb 4, 2011
In the anniversary issue (July 2010) of Technology Review India we published a core list of technological challenges that India is grappling with so that technologists have enough reason, passion, and single-minded focus in solving the problems. After an extensive search for solutions over three months, in November, we shortlisted 70 solutions from over 200 that we received. Helped by a panel of 12-member jury of technologists, researchers, technology promoters, TRI has chosen top seven winning solutions from six challenge areas which we believe can tackle problems in a way that is likely to benefit society and business. The TRGC Winners Nite will honor the seven winners.