Deccan Herald’s prestigious Bengaluru 2040 Summit brings together some of India’s most influential policymakers, corporate titans, entrepreneurs, activists, and artists to plan a roadmap for ‘India’s Silicon Valley’.
The invite-only event, where DH’s Power of Good meets the city's Power of Thought, is slated for Saturday, January 7, 2023 in Bengaluru.
Karnataka's leading chronicler will host 200 of the city’s sharpest minds at the conclave, which discusses a wide array of topics, from the future of research and innovation to the city’s potential as India’s next big entertainment production hub.
The summit also showcases short films made by winners of a flash film festival.
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