Six-day program in February 2008 for Indian and foreign executives

Harvard Business School (HBS) will be hosting a six-day course, "Building a Global Enterprise in India," in Hyderabad, India during February 10-15, 2008. According to HBS, the program is designed for "senior managers of growing Indian companies, as well as executives of foreign-based firms and private investors with substantial current or contemplated exposure to India."

The program is part of the two-year old India Research Center, and one of several open-enrollment, executive education courses that HBS offers around the world.

For more information, visit the HBS website.

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