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Thursday, June 13, 2013

City entrepreneur to represent India at G20 Moscow Summit

A local entrepreneur will represent India at the G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance Summit (G20 YEA Summit) at Moscow, Russia, between June 15 and 17. The announcement was made in Bangalore on Wednesday by Young Indians, a part of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).

Twenty-six-year-old Siddarth Krishna Kumar, a member of Young Indians, did his schooling in National Public School, Indiranagar, and graduated later from the Carnegie Mellon University, U.S.

Following his father’s footsteps in choosing entrepreneurship, he started out with social enterprises, founded Phronimos, an Internet-based business enterprise, and currently works with Reap Benefit, an environment-based enterprise. He is also the chairperson of CII Young Indians Bangalore Chapter.

The summit will be hosted by the Centre for Entrepreneurship (CFE), an entrepreneurship development organisation in Russia and aims to foster international collaboration of industries to drive economic growth. With a congregation of entrepreneurs aged between 18 and 40, the summit will witness the brightest young minds addressing the common crucial issues faced by the G20 countries and making recommendations to the governments of the nations to solve them...Read more»

By: The Hindu