VENKAETSH S WARAN
Senior Hr -executive
Asso.prof.(commerce & Management) Pg
Trainer And Content Developer
All the Very Best for your Attempt
I have point out to some idea for your program
- For an Every youth across india they very much interest to start a Businesss(Working Proffesional also )
- So you Should Explain The Growth Of Each and Every Industry ( Like BPO /ITES , Small Scale Industries , Import and Export )
-There is N no of Goverement Scheme is there For Bussiness People and Entrepreneurs ,,(Like Rajiv Gandhi youth) If Explained Clearly Meanly It will Be Victory Of your seminar
- Time Management
- Put some Basic Buggdet to Low Level Bussiness (Like Soap Manfacuring , Import Licenceing , Education )
- Empower entrepreneurs in india
- and Put some Third Party Storry , like domestics and International Business Man Winning Strategy and their Growth
In my Point of i mentioned Few . It May Usefull For Yours All the Best
25th February 2014 From India, Chennai
For example = "Guerrilla marketing" would be preferable to "Sales & Marketing",as a topic.
25th February 2014 From India, Kochi
Your efforts for the freshers are highly appreciated.
I have been conducting various training for different streams and I sincerely suggest you to kindly take up Ethical Practices, Attitude Building (I do not mean Optimism) that covers : 1. having right approach before joining the company, while working in the company and before joining other organization 2. Team building and being team player 3. Work ethics
Hope this helps the youngsters to shape a proper and satisfactory life.
27th February 2014 From India, Trivandrum
If you are looking at addressing a joint group of business students, entrepreneurs and business developers then you certainly need a topic that is meaningful to all three categories. A topic like "Business networking" may be meaningful to them.
Hope this helps and all the best.
27th February 2014
I would rather wish to suggest you that your seminar lectures should concentrate on the immediate future, the current affairs, say the post parliament elections. How the industry, entrepreneurs, professionals should focus on the promises in store for them, challenges to be faced since installation of a new central govt. and its impact on India's business future, policies & strategies. Especially it is expected that political parties are wavering and are split into 3-4,5 fronts and expected to be a hung parliament and polarization of diff.kind might take place. I view that the real test of time for industrial sector lies in the first year of a new govt. i.e. 2014 full fiscal year, it could either make or break. So the seminar should focus it's attention on such uncertainties in short term and how to maneuver with it in a long run. Ofcourse it's difficult to get ready made course materials for this kind of a subject to be circulated to the participants but by itself is a challenge to the faculty and guest lecturers & industrialists.
On a optimistic note, apart from the routine and ever popular subjects like BPO, IT, infrastructure and the like industry focused, you must add latest topics like promises in the Space Sector (I would like to call it like that)-satellite & aviation sector (not the air traffic)- Chandrayan & mangalyan yatras, scientific advancements-especially in health tourism, Insurance & Service sectors business, alternatives & unconventional energy sources (expected to be a single agenda which is going to engage the policy makers to cut down budgetary deficits which is instrumental to stabilise the stock markets), Disciplining the Education & medical Business ??!! and so on. How about online marketing and it's impact on retailers and promises/threats for the future? By now you might have been poured with lots of topics, so I close here before you get confused more. Won't you find the one day seminar is too short, why don't you try to make it a 2 (to)days seminar ?
My best wishes for the success of the seminar.
27th February 2014 From India, Bangalore