C.K Prahalad Center for Emerging India

The Prof. C.K Prahalad Center for Emerging India, in honour of the legendary management Guru Shri. C.K Prahalad was inaugurated at Loyola Institute of Business Administration, Chennai (LIBA) by West Bengal Governor Mr. M.K Narayan and K.V. Kamath, Infosys Chairman on 8th August 2011. This center will work on the primary premise of fostering Bottom Of Pyramid 2.0, a more democratic model of the initial concept that will view the Bottom Of Pyramid market as co-creators and co-owners. The center will also be an incubator for all aspiring young entrepreneurs to hatch their business plans into robust enterprises. Hence do not miss this chance to be associated with this center, named after the great management guru, to see your dreams fulfilled.

The center plans to undertake research in the areas of strategy, innovation and entrepreneurship and also to create a global knowledge base of ideas, practices and experiences for sustainable development. It will also act as a bridge that connects social entrepreneurs with thought leaders and key players in business and non-governmental organizations. It will also incubate entrepreneurial ideas and research and publish best practices, articles and books.

Go ahead with the ideas that lie cluttered in your mind and come forth with the best business plans for ESPIRE 2011 organized by E-Cell, LIBA, Chennai and get all assistance required from the Prof. C.K Prahalad Center for Emerging India to turn your power point presentations into hard reality.


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