The bluest of blue-chip occasions in India Inc’s calendar– the Economic Times Awards for Corporate Excellence– is virtual this year. But register, if you have not currently, at and you will see from 5 pm onwards this Saturday, March 20, that virtual it might be, the ET Awards gala will pack simply as much punch as its in-person avatar.It’s not simply the fantastic list of winners, organization and government leaders who battled the recession and set brand-new criteria. As every year, we have essential policymakers, India Inc heavyweights and believed leaders speaking on top-of-the-mind concerns. Individuals who matter discussing things that matter.Leading the star cast, as every year, is India’s financing minister, Nirmala Sitharaman, who most likely will soon be shepherding the world’s fastest growing significant economy. She will speak on growth and jobs, and will address questions from a select group of business leaders.What are India’s post-pandemic challenges? To get India Inc’s views on that essential issue, we got a few of India’s leading magnate together– Sajjan Jindal, Chairman, JSW Group; SN Subrahmanyan, CEO & MD, Larsen & Toubro; Bhavish Aggarwal, Cofounder & CEO, Ola; Amit Agarwal, Nation Head, Amazon India; and Vibha Padalkar, MD & CEO, HDFC Life.That’s not all. One of the most influential investment gurus and global voices, Morgan Stanley’s Ruchir Sharma, will be talked to by Swaminathan Anklesaria Aiyar, ET’s Consulting Editor and a much-respected writer. Sharma, author of the influential book, Ten Guidelines of Successful Nations, is constantly original and thought-provoking. And as every year, we have a fantastic MC to hold the program together and give us some laughs. Doing that vital responsibility this year is Cyrus Sahukar, actor, stand-up comic and television presenter.As webcasts go, it does not get any much better. Remember to log in, and see you, essentially, at 5 pm, Saturday, March 20.
India Inc, policymakers to visit for ET Awards tomorrow
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