17th Wow Wednesday: Mindset of Policy Professionals
Jagran School of Public Policy & International Affairs proudly welcomes you to the 17th Edition of Words of Wisdom (WoW) Wednesday Lecture Series. To grace this occasion we have the privilege of having with us Mr. Divay Pranav.
Mr. Divay Pranav is associated with Adani Group as Lead – Strategy and Partnerships. He is responsible for discovery and ideation of new strategic growth opportunities, and facilitation of partnership with foreign investors in India.
Join this live session on our official YouTube channel, @Jagran Lakecity University on 26th May at 4 PM.
About the Speaker
Prior to this, Mr. Divay worked for over 5 years at Invest India, Ministry of Commerce Industry. Invest India is national investment promotion and facilitation agency of Government of India and manages several important national missions such as Make in India, Startup India and AGNI. At Invest India, Mr. Divay lead several teams and initiatives such as investment targeting and facilitation from countries like China, Taiwan, UAE and Singapore. On the functional side he contribution to industrial location assessment, cost competitiveness studies and public policy advocacy for FDI cases in India. He facilitated market entry of over 40 foreign companies in sectors such as Electronics, Real Estate, Chemicals, Textiles, Battery and Storage solutions, infrastructure, etc.
Mr. Divay has keen interest in studying public policy initiatives across the globe and has been invited by several universities in China for lectures. He has also contributed to research papers and books on the manufacturing policies in India; and global geo-political events like US-China trade war and its implications on global trade. His latest intellectual contribution is for a joint publication by Peking University and University of Mumbai titled “Tailspin — The Politics of India-China Economic Relations.” He has actively worked on several policy formulation exercise along with teams at central government and state governments such as adjustments to FDI policy, designing new incentives schemes for cluster development and export oriented industries, national manufacturing policy, bonded warehousing, national logistics policy, etc.