India-Bangladesh Friendship Dialogue 2015
The Sixth round of the India-Bangladesh Friendship dialogue - being organised on 22-23 May 2015 in New Delhi, jointly by the India Foundation, Friends of Bangladesh, and Bangladesh High Commission in New Delhi, will witness high level participation from the political, media, executive and academic circles of both countries.
The event is literally a window of opportunity to both witness and participate at an academic level in the ground-breaking processes that Bangladesh and India have initiated and nurtured over last couple of years. One may examine the five key sessions - each of which caters to a very specific set of agenda and scope - and designate individuals to cover each session separately so that each may participate according to its own area of interest and vision - keeping the spectrum of sub-regional cooperation in focus.
The dialogue would be able to answer many of the frequently asked questions and would most likely render a fairly good idea about the future that the two aspirational countries may hope to be heading into.
Adam Pitman will represent Dezan Shira and Associates at this event. He is the Manager for International Business Advisory services at Dezan Shira & Associates in New Delhi, India.
Adam creates practical solutions for international businesses with an interest in India.
Based in Asia since 2009, Adam utilizes his experience delivering intelligence support and strategic advice to pinpoint risks and opportunities for clients in India. He also reports on pressing issues facing businesses for the India Briefing and Asia Briefing publications. His areas of expertise include international business advisory, market entry studies, investigations, business intelligence, and editorial publications.
Before joining Dezan Shira & Associates, Adam directed intelligence operations for a leading business risk consultancy in Southeast Asia. From his office in the Philippines, Adam managed an array of intelligence products for clientele that included Fortune 500 companies, foreign government agencies, multilateral organizations, and media groups. He advised clients on complex regional and thematic issues, providing clear-sighted operational support.
Adam previously served in India as a senior analyst with a top global risk consultancy. He analyzed political and security developments for a clientele that included 92% of the Fortune Global 100 companies and 64% of the Fortune Global 500 companies. During his time with the consultancy, Adam also managed an intelligence product that advised executive-level clients on the most significant risks to businesses in India.
Adam has worked with non-profit organizations in the US, UK and India. He holds MSc in Comparative Politics from London School of Economics and Political Science, UK. Adam has a BA in International Politics from Middlesex University, UK. He is a native of Minnesota, US.