The Growth Net Annual Meeting 2015
in the news


Day 1 coverage report, 25 March 2015

India and Africa: Picking Up the Pace of Trade and Investment
– The National Law Review, March 10 2015
Jaitley:Expect GST Bill to pass in current session
– The Indian Express, March 26 2015
FM promises to step up public funding to boost infrastructure
– The Financial Express, March 26 2015
Govt Hopes Rupee Reflects It’s True Value, says Jaitley
– The Economic Times, March 26, 2015
Govt has a list of candidates for strategic sales: Jaitley
– The Business Standard, March 26 2015
FM pitches for low interest regime, says GST Bill in Parliament soon
– Hindustan Times, March 26 2015
Jaitley favors interest rate cut, but leaves decision to RBI
– The Hindu Business Line, March 26, 2015
Investment to be done for basic infrastructure (Hindi)
– Business Standard (Hindi), March 26 2015

Curtain Raiser Press Release

March Press Release for upcoming third edition



Media accreditation to the 2015 Annual Meeting of The Growth Net:
For all accreditation requests and registrations, please get in touch with our offices in India or Switzerland

A Media center at the meeting premises will provide a full-service facility for media representatives covering the inaugural meeting of The Growth Net. Interviews with public personalities and business leaders as well as press conferences will be organized on a regular basis, providing media representatives with all appropriate opportunities for in-depth coverage of the event.
While many of the sessions will be open to the media, Chatham House Rule will apply, except for session clearly identified as “on the record”.
At a meeting or session held under the Chatham House Rule, participants may use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s) may be revealed. The aim is to provide anonymity to speakers and encourage openness and sharing of information. The rule is now used worldwide as an aid to free discussion. The Chatham House Rule also applies to blogging and tweeting of sessions. To encourage free-flowing debate, bloggers and twitterati are not to reveal the identity or affiliation of those speaking in sessions without their permission.