Dr Harsh Vardhan to address PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry Member on ‘Role of Technology in Restarting Businesses Post COVID 19”on 16th June, 2020

 

New Delhi, 13th June 2020: Union Cabinet Minister, Science and Technology, Earth Sciences and Health and Family Welfare, Dr Harsh Vardhan to address an interactive webinar organised by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry on ‘Role of Technology in Restarting Businesses Post COVID 19 on 16th June 2020, to discuss and deliberate upon the future of businesses’ after Covid-19’’ and the Importance of switch to e-governance, e-business, e-industry, e-learning, e-innovation, e-meetings in India, at great length with micro and macro detailings.

The objective of the webinar is to discuss about the future of businesses ‘after Covid-19’ and what would be the role of technology in creating a conducive as well as more productivework-environment in India. This technological transformation will mean less ‘physical-contact’ and focus more on ease of doing business. Thoughts would be deliberated on whether the companies will be comfortable in restarting work by implementing the Emerging Technologies.

It is expected that there will be more emphasis on areas like new and advanced technology, artificial intelligence, skills, education, cyber security etc.and to develop more synergies in focus areas such as health, mobility, environment that offer immense opportunities.

President, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Dr D K Aggarwal in a statement issued here today said that the situation during Covid19 has made Industry, Businesses and trade, largely dependent on various technological platforms in order to hold Business meetings, webinars, communicate with clients and keep their businesses going.

The global business situation may not be the same in this sensitive time, but one cannot deny that there are a number of possibilities that the technology can provide in ease of doing businesses, said Dr Aggarwal.

The webinar is organised by PHD Chamberof Commerce and Industry in partnership with India Office of German Foundation Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS).

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