Patrick Schwerdtfeger is available to speak in Chennai as a leading authority on technology, online marketing and global business trends. He’s the author of the award-winning book Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley) and a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. If you are planning a business conference at the MLS Business Centres India PVT in TVH Beliciaa Towers, the Arkay Convention Center on Lakshana in Tamil Nadu, the Mayor Sri Ramanathan Chettiar Centre on TTKrishnamachari Road in CIT Colony (Teynampet) or some other convention space in Chennai, India, Patrick will deliver the buzz and energy you’re looking for. As a motivational speaker, his #1 objective is to leave attendees excited, inspired and energized to take action and see tangible results.
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Chennai has many conference facilities, including:
- Chennai Trade Centre on Off Porur Road
- Hyatt Regency Chennai on Anna Salai
- Madras Institute of Technology on MIT Road
- Vel Tech on Gandhi Mandapam Road
- Anna University on MIT Road
- Other meeting spaces in Avadi, Minjur and Perungalathur
General Information about Chennai, India, for Meeting Planners
Nicely situated right on the Coromandel Coast of the sparkling Bay of Bengal, Chennai is the capital of Tamil Nadu, a well-known convention city. With over 4-1/2 million residents, Chennai is India’s sixth most-populated city. Businesses such as technology and the auto industry, are important here, and Chennai also houses a significant film industry, sometimes referred to as “Kollywood.” With George Town as its neighbor to the north, Chennai nevertheless enjoys the moniker of South India’s Gateway. The city itself can be sectored off into four areas, each with its own reason for being. Here is Patrick’s economic forecast for India.
2014 Business Conventions in Chennai, India
Chennai will play host to hundreds of business conferences in 2014. In April, Man machine Interaction hosted by Techno Forum Group will take place at VIT University on Kelambakkam Road. Second International Conference on Global Business, Economics, Finance and Social Sciences, hosted by Global Business Research Journals will take place in July at Hyatt Regency on 365, Anna Salai. Spectramind will host Business Analysis Training, on the second Saturday of every month at DBS House 31A on Cathedral Garden Rd. Greenwich in Chennai, hosted by University of Greenwich in India, Summer 2014 will take place on a date yet to be announced at Sudershan Plaza, 9 Mohan Kumaramangalam Street Chennai.
2013 Business Conferences in Chennai, India
A number of conventions and summits are taking place at Chennai during 2013. During this year, the International Indian Statistical Association will celebrate 2013 as the International Year of Statistics by organizing a Conference in Chennai Savera Hotel in January with the theme “Impact of Statistical Science on Society”. On the other hand, the Ethiraj College for Women will host the International Conference on Social Sciences – Department of History, Tourism and Travel Management in January at the campus. Also, the Department of Physics and Nanotechnology is hosting an International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICONN2013) in March at SRM University. Moreover, (ACWW) Associated Country Women of the World’s 27th Triennial Conference “Empowering Woman Worldwide Encourage, Educate, Enrich” will be held in September at Chennai Convention Center.
Chennai Food Choices for Convention Attendees
If you’re in Chennai for a convention, you’re in for a treat! It’s one of the world’s centers for wonderful, fresh, food made from global recipes. Try Burgundy’s, at the Somerset Hotel, for an outstanding continental buffet of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. You can also get traditional Indian food here, and alcohol, too. The Greek cuisine at Kryptos by Willi is some of the best in town, and reasonably priced with sumptuous portions. Try the Mezze Platter! For traditional, down-home Indian cuisine, you cannot find a better place than Annalakshmi Restaurant, which can be found behind Air India’s office. They serve a lunch buffet you will never regret, and always remember.
Chennai Attractions for Conference Delegates
Don’t forget to set aside time apart from your convention to see the Chennai attractions. Temples and amusement parks, shopping areas and beaches are all important parts of the spicy flavor of Chennai. Storytrails is a cool theme park that lets you experience the city’s history. One of the favorite temples to visit is Kapaleeshwar Temple, a magnificent homage to Shiva with deep artistic, architectural and historic value. Elliot’s Beach is the place to go to completely kick back in this busy metropolitan city. The locals call this beach “Bessie.” Set in the upscale neighborhood of Besant Nagar, this beach tops the local Marina on many levels.