Wednesday, July 08, 2020 | 5pm to 6pm IST
Dr. Amarpreet Singh Ghura | Faculty of Entrepreneurship
Family businesses contribute a staggering 70% of India’s GDP! However, with a young Indian demographic that is looking towards newer technologies and geographies, focus is on shifting from traditional businesses to technology enabled businesses that are global in nature. The younger work force brings in its own mindset, energy and drive to achieve impact, and the capability to respond well to challenges.
Indian Family Managed Businesses have started to transform themselves by implementing the culture of corporate entrepreneurship. The basic thesis of this session is to highlight:
Dr. Amarpreet Singh Ghura is assistant professor for entrepreneurship at FLAME University. He was a post-doctoral research fellow with Indian Institute of Management – Calcutta.
Dr. Ghura’s research work has been accepted for publication in journals like Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes (ABDC - C), Marketing Mastermind, Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Emerging Economies (SAGE Publications) and IIM Calcutta working paper series. His articles have been published in business magazines like Corporate India and Business newspaper Economic Times. Dr Ghura has written over 11 teaching cases, which have been published in IIM Ahmedabad Case center & Harvard Business Publishing, IIM Bangalore & Harvard Business Publishing, Ivey Publishing, ET Cases, Vision-The Journal of Business Perspective (ABDC -C), Emerald Emerging Markets Case Studies (EEMCS) and are used in different institutions in India.