The flagship annual summit of IAMAI is the India Digital Summit 2020. Since its inception in 2006, it has been the most prominent digital summit in the country. The 14th year of the summit will be a perfect platform to discuss intriguing topics that include – Policies, Advertising, Digital Commerce, Start-ups Ecosystem, Emerging Tech, eSports and other Digital Trends.
The digital world associates this summit with being one of the largest annual gatherings for business leaders, industry veterans & marketers. This year, the summit is expecting a footfall of more than 1800 delegates from Senior and Mid-level management. The delegates are from diversified industry backgrounds such as Cloud, E-commerce, Travel, Automobile, as well as Technology. The executives of leading agencies and digital experts from FMCG and BFSI brands, as well as Payment Regulators will all be participating in this summit.
This summit is the right platform to exchange ideas and interact with Government luminaries such as Corporate heads, Officers & Senior executives, Regulators, Advisers & Ministers from the Digital Industry, making it the perfect platform for industrialists and business leaders to discuss the nitty-gritties of upcoming technologies, opportunities and challenges.
DEEP Thinking (Day 1)
DEEP Thinking (Day 2)
Policy and Regulation
When you are running a start-up there are probably hundred things that can go wrong, and when you are an entrepreneur with past experience, you would probably know what those hundred things are. – Kunal Shah, (FreeCharge)
Financial Services by definition have to grow as the world moves from physical assets to financial assets. - Yashish Dahiya, (PolicyBazaar)
Video, Voice and Local Languages, should be at the centre for building products for people beyond the 150 Million internet users. - Rajan Anandan, (Sequoia Capital)
One should regulate in order to ensure an orderly growth. – Shri RS Sharma, (Telecom Regulatory Authority of India)
If you run out of ideas, which I do quite often, I just turn to customers. – Deep Kalra, (MakeMyTrip)
Remember dude, you are thinking too small, you are giving up much earlier than you had to. – Vijay Shekhar Sharma, (Paytm)
This is the first time we are opening a summit with a B2B topic. – Dinesh Agarwal, (IndiaMART)