India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF) will be back with India Adda at the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2014, scheduled to be held from January 22-25, 2014 at Davos. Enlivened by engaging conversations involving corporate leaders, social entrepreneurs, citizen groups, academia and media all in the warmth of Indian hospitality, the India Adda is set up adjacent and outside Café Schneider on the Promenade at Davos. Luminaries like former US President, Bill Clinton, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, David Cameron and Indra Nooyi, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo among many others have been hosted at the India Adda.
"The IndiaAdda over the years has emerged as the hub for conversations on India. The India Adda 2014 brings to life a vibrant rendition of the traditional miniature style that was popular across Indian princely courts. This art form brilliantly personifies an artistic continuum that has lived through the times. Typically such art form in the yesteryears elegantly portrayed in deep, vibrant colours the natural landscape, the monumental forts as also scenes from courts and illustrations of battles. We have though added another artistic layer to it. Leveraging the richness of India's unique arts in vivid colour and detail, a body of imagery has been built in miniature art form to offer a panoramic view of the business trends that have shaped India," said Aparna Dutt Sharma, CEO, IBEF.
The Made in India label will also be prominent at the Adda through the display of tea, coffee, wines and chocolates from India, courtesy the Tea, Coffee and Spices Board (s) of India and APEDA. India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF) is partnering with Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces this year, one of the finest hospitality companies from India.
Tasked with nation branding for India, IBEF has been setting up the India Adda at the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum, Davos in recent years.
A series of meetings engaging the Government of India and Indian business organisations with their global peers and members of the media makes the India Adda truly the hub of conversations on India.
Brand India's message will