The last few weeks have been quite thrilling, as there’s been a lot of activity that’s definitely contributed to the book being noticed and being talked about. For example, the UKs International Trade Minister referenced the book in an article that he penned for the Economic Times of India. Also, www.indiaincthebook.com received a phenomenal number of unique hits as a result of a flyer being emailed by the Marketing team of HCL Technologies to their entire workforce, which I’m grateful for.
I embark on my book tour tomorrow, and have been asked to speak at the following places:
22nd Feb – Reliance TimeOut store in Gurgaon, India
23rd Feb – British Council, New Delhi, India
24th Feb – HSBC Private Bank, Mumbai, India
25th Feb – Confederation of Indian Industry, Mumbai, India & Narsee Monjee Institute of Management, Mumbai, India
26th Feb – Gujarat Electronics & Software Industry Association, Ahmedabad, India
1st March – Aventis Business School / New York State University & SP Jain School of Management, Singapore
There’s also quite a few interviews arranged, such as with Hindustan Times, Financial Express and IBN Live.
As is par for the course, I’m sure the diary will change on a daily basis, as pre-planning things in India remains a huge challenge!
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I’m quite excited. Let’s hope it goes well.