February 18, 2010 :

The Evening of India

Lecture by Mr. Sanjeev Sinha

Mr. Shinha has been practicing supporting business connecting India and Japan as the president of a business consultancy. His lecture on the day had an overview ranging from India's present status, history, culture, philosophy, politics, economy to education, and the possibility of business development in both nations. According to his views, though the nature of both countries are in contrast to each other and it may show some difficulties for exchanging business, the both could be complementary to each other. Especially in the field of energy, infrastructure, medical service, education, manufacturing, it is highly possible to work together as a partner.
In the second half of the lecture, Mr. Mayank Mathur introduced India's design environment such as increasing popularity of cars and motorbikes and their design demand, developing public transportation, up to date architecture employing ecological technologies, governmental approach and education to those issues. In addition, he gave us a hint about a point on which Japanese design could work with India's fields.

Mr. Sanjeev Sinha:

President of Sun and Sands Advisors Co.Ltd. Joined Godrej and Boyce Co., major manufacturing company of India after completed the Integrated Master Course in physics at Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur. Came over Japan to engage in research and development of artificial intelligence at Gentech Co. After that, at Goldman Sachs, he had practiced financial business. In 2008, established a consultancy firm Sun and Sands Advisors Co.

Mr. Mayank Mathur:

Staff of Sun and Sands Advisors. Completed post graduation course in Msc. Entertainment Software Development from Sheffield Hallam University, UK. Then joined Tata Elxsi Ltd., Japan (a division of India's largest conglomerate Tata Group), engaged in computing and games. In 2007 he came over Japan as a director of Tata Elxsi Japan for developing game business. Presently making efforts to build business partnership between India and Japan centered by game business of his major.