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Miditech’s Niret Alva to represent India at the first Annual Asia 21 Young Leaders Summit in Seoul

18-November-2006
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Miditech’s Niret Alva to represent India at the first Annual Asia 21 Young Leaders Summit in Seoul

Niret Alva, co-founder of Miditech, has been selected to represent the Indian delegation at the first Annual Asia 21 Young Leaders Summit in Seoul. The summit involves nearly 200 specially chosen emerging leaders around the age of 40 from various countries and fields ranging from business, politics, media, arts and culture to academia. India will lead the Summit with 18 delegates, the highest amongst 23 nations participating in the event.

Assembled by invitation, this delegation of young leaders will examine the role of value-based leadership and its role in developing innovative solutions and shared approaches to address global challenges and the region’s most pressing issues.

As a delegate for Asia 21 Young Leaders Summit, Alva said, “It is a great honour for me to represent my nation and be a part of the Summit that seeks to build the network of the Asia-Pacific community’s young leaders dedicated to public service and responsible leadership.”

The Indian delegation constitutes leaders from different walks of life including the likes of Sachin Pilot, Prasoon Joshi, Rishab Ghosh, Vani Tripathi, and Sadanand Dhume, among others.

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