International Conference Vishleshan 2K23

International Conference Vishleshan 2K23
International Conference Vishleshan 2K23

Innovative Practices for Sustainable Development

 15-16 December 2023 | hybrid event | pune, Maharashtra, india

The Global Executive Summit is an exclusive event that brings together the world’s most influential academic leaders, business leaders, thought leaders, and industry experts for a two-day conference aimed at sharing insights and strategies for success in today’s rapidly changing academic and business landscape.

At the Global Executive Summit, attendees have the opportunity to participate in high-level discussions on topics ranging from higher education, global economics and emerging markets to disruptive technologies and innovation. Through a combination of keynote speeches, panel discussions, and interactive sessions, attendees gain valuable insights on the latest trends and best practices in their industries, and learn how to stay ahead of the curve in an increasingly competitive marketplace.

In addition to the informative sessions, the Global Executive Summit also provides ample opportunities for networking and collaboration. Attendees have the chance to connect with peers from around the world, build valuable relationships, and explore potential business partnerships.

The Global Executive Summit is the ultimate event for executives and business leaders looking to stay at the forefront of their industries, connect with other industry experts, and gain valuable insights that can help them take their organizations to the next level.

"We must build an agenda for speedy yet sustainable economic growth that is inclusive of all, respectful of individuals, responsive to innovation and responsible towards the future generations”.

The conditions of a globalised society have given rise to new demands and possibilities in management model development for firms that include sustainability issues and need significant expenditures in innovation. Production and consumption patterns have changed significantly over the past few decades, causing changes in society and the environment as well as demands and constraints on businesses. As a result, competitiveness is becoming more and more dependent on the adoption of innovation management practices that in corporate sustainability. 

The purpose of sustainable innovation is to “meet the needs of presentgenerations without compromising the needs of future generations.”Businesses must actively embrace concerns like those outlined in the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Sustainable innovation is a long-term strategy adopted by businesses to meet customer demands for things like better working conditions, ecologically friendly processes and goods, and better communities.

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Development impact bonds are a promising financial tool that can improve the lives of those in need around the world, but measurement standards and guidance are needed to secure investors’ commitment. Woxsen University’s Disha Gupta and Kakoli Sen explain why, drawing on four case studies from India

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