Indeed, a leading global matching and hiring platform, is bringing its global flagship event, Indeed FutureWorks to Bengaluru, India on 30th November. This one-day event is set to be a gathering of industry experts, thought leaders, and visionaries dedicated to preparing for the dynamic changes and trends shaping the future of work in India. This year’s theme, “The World Can Work Better,” underscores Indeed’s objective to explore ways to create better work opportunities for all, aligning with the mission to help job seekers find meaningful employment and employers connect with top talent.
The keynote speaker at the event is Amitabh Kant, India’s G-20 Sherpa who will share insights on ‘Digital Transformation, AI, Nation Building and the changing world of work.
Speaking about his participation at the event, Amitabh Kant, India’s G-20 Sherpa, said, “India, with its immense working population, economic strength, and vast reservoir of talent, stands at the precipice of a transformative future in the world of work. As the global pursuit of innovation, efficiency, and adaptability continues, India has the potential to serve as a crucible where these elements blend, igniting an economic revolution. Through strategic investments in education, technology, and infrastructure, India’s workforce can not only shape its own destiny but also uplift the global economic landscape. Events like Indeed FutureWorks provide a vital platform to foster meaningful discussions and pave the way for a brighter, more equitable future of work in India, impacting the world at large.”
Nishita Lalvani, Marketing Director at Indeed, stated, “Indeed’s mission is to help all people get jobs. We want to empower individuals in their quest to find meaningful employment, firmly believing that the world of work can be enhanced for the benefit of all. Indeed FutureWorks India encapsulates this vision by bringing together industry leaders to share innovative ideas that will pave the way for a brighter future in the job market.”
Indeed FutureWorks India brings together a diverse group of speakers, each with their unique perspectives on shaping a better future of work. Anil Kumble, the cricket legend, who exemplifies teamwork and dedication. David Green, a renowned author and speaker, and Shraddha Jain, a creative content creator, will share their valuable insights. We’re also joined by experts like Callam Pickering, Indeed’s APAC Senior Economist, and Conor McCarthy, Indeed, Vice President of Sales for EMEA and APAC. Parmesh Shahani, author of ‘Queeristan: LGBTQ Inclusion in the Indian Workplace,’ will discuss diversity and inclusion with Nishita Lalvani, Director of Country Marketing for India, Singapore, and SEA, represents empowerment, and Sashi Kumar Ranganathan, Head of Sales at Indeed India, Rohan Sylvester, Talent Strategy Advisor at Indeed, aim to share insights to a brighter future
of work in India and beyond.
The future of work is being shaped by a confluence of technological, economic, and societal forces. Trends such as automation, artificial intelligence, remote work, and digital skills among others are revolutionizing industries, leading to a shift in the nature of employment. This one-day event will deep dive into the implications of AI and people analytics in recruitment, an in-depth analysis of India’s labour market, and the role of technology to make recruiting simpler, faster and more humane.
For the detailed agenda for Indeed FutureWorks India, please visit https://indeedfutureworksindia.com/.