The 43rd North America Bengali Conference is organized this year by KPC Bengali Hall of Fame in partnership with several local cultural organizations.
Venue: Jim Whalen Boardwalk Hall
Atlantic City, NJ.
June 30th through July 2nd, 2023
The event is attended by several thousands from across the world. Extensive media coverage on various outlets including TV, Web, Podcast, Advertisement.
The Business & Economics Seminar is scheduled for July 1st, 2023
More information is available on nabc2023.net.
Business & Economics Seminar - An important part of NABC 2023, it is designed to be a forum for discussion of emerging issues, and trends facing the business world including innovation, technology, changing faces of work, trends in geo-political and economic issues, leadership in the changing marketplace, etc. An estimated 150 people are expected to attend the seminar.
Speakers and Discussion Leaders - Top business leaders from the US and India have been identified and invited in the seminar. Some of the guest participants from prior years include Indra Nooyi (Former CEO of PepsiCo), Rajat Gupta (Former Global Managing Partner of McKinsey), Dr. Pallab Chatterjee (Chairman of 3 Lines Venture Capital and former CEO of I2 Technologies and former CTO of Texas Instruments), Sanat Chattopadhyay (EVP and President of Merck & Co.), Nandita Bakhshi (CEO of Bank of the West), Prith Banerjee (CTO of ANSYS, Inc.) to name a few.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) - The role of speakers and corporate sponsors in the success of non-profit organizations and social NGOs like NABC cannot be overemphasized. Support of such initiatives in the business world has come a long way to become an integral part of the CSR strategy of corporations. In fact, companies like Accenture, Microsoft, Google, and Intel are amongst the leaders on the bandwagon and have been shaping our society through innovation, service, and a vision of integration of communities in the global arena. As a matter of fact, these companies have consistently ranked in the top echelons of best global corporate citizens as j judged by CR magazine.
Value Proposition – As corporate philanthropy keeps evolving with the changing times, there is a growing need for such giving to be more consistent with and to an extent accretive to the overall value chain. Philanthropy for society is morphing into clearly visible and contributory factors impacting the overall well-being of businesses and their bottom lines. And NABC could provide a good channel for such visibility. The statistics are compelling: an outreach of approximately 5,000 attendees (majority age ranging from 25 to 45), earning a median income of $175,000+, a concentration of technology professionals, etc. It’s also important to note that many attendees hold CxO or other positions of power and influence in the business world, thereby making the event a “hard to pass” from a business outreach perspective.