Dr Anand Sethi is a remarkable man who brings a wealth of experience and knowledge about India to Australia. After graduating from the world famous Indian Institute of Technology (Bombay), Dr Sethi lived and worked in the US where he was involved in converting semiconductors into the world’s first usable devices (e.g. transistors and integrated circuits) and other leading edge technologies. He returned to India to pioneer many high technology activities and ventures, including pioneering India’s first international expositions on electronics, telecommunications, biotechnology and aviation/ aerospace (India’s famed Air Show in Bangalore owes its start to him).
Dr Sethi has four decades of active involvement in international joint ventures and business, particularly inbound ventures, technology transfers, projects and investments into India, and he has worked closely with many international companies from the USA, UK, Switzerland, and the Nordic countries on projects in India and other Asian countries. Over the years, he has been associated with many leading Indian corporate entities and several Central and State Government organisations.
He is a frequent contributor to business and technical publications, journals and magazines in India, Europe and in the USA and is a co-author of the recent, highly acclaimed Doing Business in India.
Anand Sethi travels from India
- A Unique Perspective on India's Past, Present and Future
- An Understanding of India's Current Social Issues and Challenges
- How India Went Global and is Now the World’s "Rent-a-Brain" Supermart
- How Technology and Knowledge Propelled India to Become a Global Economic Super-Power
- India's Unique Demography, Diversity and Cultural Fabric
- The Emerging Transformation of Rural India
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