Start your AIB Conference experience with a tour of an amazing NGO in Bangalore. The visit is free. The learning will be priceless. Please sign up now.
When: Friday, June 26. 2:30 to 5:00 pm
What: See first hand how innovative social organizations are dealing with some of India’s key challenges. Two NGOs have agreed to host visiting delegations on Friday, June 26:
- APSA, Association for Promoting Social Action. APSA started in 1981 as a crisis intervention center and since then has supported more than 15, 000 children in distress: child laborers, street children, victims of abuse, trafficked and abandoned children. http://www.apsabangalore.org
- CWC, Concerned for Working Children. The CWC, was founded in 1986 has been working to empower working children to organize themselves to identify and solve problems. The CWC was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in every year since 2012. http://www.concernedforworkingchildren.org
How: Space is limited to 30 people for each visit. To sign up, email Susan Mudambi: [log in to unmask] and indicate whether you prefer to visit APSA or CWC. We will provide transportation for you to the NGO and will return you to the conference hotel.
Why: This is the start of what we hope will become an AIB tradition of more closely engaging with our local host communities.We look forward to seeing you on one of these visits. Even if you cannot take part, please help us spread the word.
Organizers: Nakiye A. Boyacigiller, AIB President, Rosalie Tung, Sri Zaheer, Susan Gupta, Susan Mudambi, and local hosts Professor S. Raghunath and Usha Raghunath
Susan M. Mudambi
Marketing PhD Program Advisor
Marketing & Supply Chain Management Department
Fox School of Business