India – Ground zero for entrepreneurship and innovation

Every day, there is a story or two on e-commerce startups. The regularity of the stories would lead most to believe that India has made its mark on the world’s entrepreneurship landscape. This can be analysed by seeking answers to two key questions:

  • Is entrepreneurship thriving in India?
  • Is entrepreneurship sustainable in India?

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The value in sustainability

Sustainability is a tool for innovation in identifying hidden needs and values which would become more relevant in the years to come, says Juan Costa –  Former Minister with the Government of Spain, currently the Global leader of climate change and sustainability services at EY.

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Funding and regulatory framework: Imperatives for tackling climate change

Juan Costa Climent,  Global Leader for Climate Change and Sustainability Services (CCaSS) in conversation with Subhayan Chakraborty, Business Standard, on how businesses are increasingly looking at sustainable practices as a lucrative opportunity and why the upcoming international summit on climate change, COP21 in Paris, later this year is crucial.

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Redefining the role of CSO

man writingDo you think the role of the CSO is no longer restricted to planning, in which case is there a risk of ambiguity/dilution of his responsibilities?   In today’s blog post Guru Malladi, Partner, Advisory Services, EY India, highlights the evolution of the CSO  to a CSIO and its importance in modern organizations.

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Join us for a four-day Master Class on Companies Act

Companies Act mcTo make our Companies Act more contemporary and relevant to corporates, regulators and other stakeholders in India and to effectively handle some of the present day challenges of a growing industry, Companies Act, 2013 (“2013 Act”) was enacted in August 2013- to significantly change the regulations as applicable to the Companies in India.

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