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CNBC TV18 presents 9th edition of India Business Leaders Awards 2013

MUMBAI: 2014 is perhaps the most critical year of the decade and the impending elections the most significant since independence. And this is why it becomes essential to put forth leaders who are ready to champion the change agenda, those who are strong enough to rise and lead the nation forwards.



CNBC TV18 presents India Business Leaders Awards 2013 on January 13th, 2014 at the Regal room, Trident hotel, Nariman point. The singular idea for IBLA this year is to envisage the year 2014 and to honour those poised to champion it.



The selection of winners across categories will showcase men and women who have the ability the vision the capacity to rise above the current volatility and see the long term goal, they have a global aspirations - to put india on the world map.



And since the year is as crucial as it is, we want to be able to put forth dialogues and conversations that resonate with the change agenda of the year. This is why the event opens with the jury sharing its vision for 2014 and goes into debates that detail the impact of economics, politics and business.



IBLA 2013 will be hosted in the present of top notch companies directors like, Deepak Parekh, Bimal Jalan, Arun Maira, Naina Lal Kidwai, AM Naik, KM Birla and Raghav Bahl, Nitin Paranjpe, Zia Mody, Shiv Nadar, Pratap Reddy, Vinod Rai, Satish Reddy, ISRO chairman – K Radhakrishnan, Ashok Ganguly, Soli Sorabjee, N Chandra of TCS, R Balki, Krishnakumar Natrajan, CP Gurnani, MS Unnikrishnan , Anil Jain, Sam Pitroda and Piyush Goyal of BJP, Meera Sanyal and other CEOs



On this occasion Mr. Anil UniyaL, CEO of CNBC-TV18 and CNBC AWAAZ said, “We are privileged to host  the  9th edition  of  the CNBC-TV18  IBLA  Awards  as  these  awards recognize  leaders  who have out-shined in these  unstable times. CNBC TV18 has constantly endeavored to bring expert analysis to  its  viewers  and  the brilliant  line  up  of jury  is testimonial  to  the credibility  of  these awards. Industry’s best would be recognized and this would be inspirational to upcoming business leaders.



These awards which will set stage for the various leaders on a global platform and envisage India on the world map.”

 

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