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India’s Top CEOs will flock to Break the Ceiling Touch the Sky — The Success and Leadership Summit for Women(TM)

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Mumbai:  House of Rose Professional Pte Ltd recently announced a lineup of distinguished CEOs/C-Suite executives to share best practices and success techniques with delegates at the 2017 India edition of Break the ceiling touch the sky – the success and leadership summit for women (and men who support gender diversity).  The summit is scheduled to take place in India on 11 May 2017 at the Grand Hyatt, Mumbai.

Break the ceiling touch the sky is the fastest growing summit in Asia for women in leadership that enables them to learn, network and achieve. Participating companies can support gender diversity and enhance the leadership skills of their women leaders at a fraction of the cost of other expensive training programs. While content is customized for women, male leaders are welcome. Over 1300 leaders from 170 organizations have attended prior editions of the summit to date.

The initial CEO/Executive line-up of speakers for the 2017 India Edition includes: T.R. Ramachandran, Group Country Manager, India & South Asia, Visa;Ann Mukherjee, Global Chief Marketing Officer, SC Johnson & Son; Venkatesh Kini,  President, Coca-Cola India and South West Asia; Lynne Anne Davis, President and Senior Partner, FleishmanHillard Asia Pacific; Priya Nair, Executive Director, Hindustan Unilever Ltd.;  Richa Arora, Chief Operating Officer, Consumer Products Business, Tata Chemicals; Sam Balsara, Chairman Madison World; Krish Iyer, President & CEO, Walmart India; Shantanu Khosla, MD, Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals Ltd; P.K Hariharan, General Manager — India Consumer and Professional Beauty, Coty Inc; Stephanie Keen, Office Managing Partner, Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee, Singapore; Alex von Behr, President vBA Consulting and former Global Chief Customer Officer, Unilever Plc; Sangeeta Pendurkar, Managing Director, Kellogg India; Madhulika Mathur, Co-Founder, weddingsutra.co; Plc; Fatima Karan, Consulting Editor, Bloomberg TV; Annurag Batra, Chairman & Editor-in-Chief of BW Businessworld and exchange4media Group; Sunil Bijlani, Senior V.P., Human Resources,  Asia Synchrony Financial;  Veena Gidwani, CEO, Veena Gidwani Consulting, etc. Additional speakers will be announced 01 April 2017.

Max Rangel, SVP, Asia Pacific, SC Johnson & Son shared, “The roles of women have significantly expanded from what they were traditionally. But there still exists a huge opportunity for society to benefit from their contributions.  Platforms like these will inspire, motivate and bring to light, the evolving role of women in society. At SC Johnson, gender diversity is valued and leveraged. We started the journey with Break the Ceiling touch the sky in 2015 and are delighted to continue as a Platinum Sponsor for the 2017 India Edition.”

Richa Arora, Chief Operating Officer, (Consumer Products Business), Tata Chemicals, said, “Stronger women make for a stronger nation. Tata Salt Plus and House of Rose Professional share a common objective of tapping the unrealized potential of women as leaders, in business and society. We are delighted to be a part of Break the ceiling touch the sky.”

The 2017 India Edition is sponsored by (early) sponsors — SC Johnson & Son as a Platinum Sponsor; FleishmanHillard, Hogan Lovells, Visa, and Coty Inc. as Silver Sponsors and Tata Salt as Luncheon sponsor. Companies interested in sponsoring the summit may connect via details below. Network partners include BW Businessworld, exchange4media Group and the National HRD Network (NHRD).

GRIPS PROEVENTS will serve as event manager for the summit in India.

To register for the summit one can visit www.houseofroseprofessional.com .

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