The Global Business Summit 2024, which will be held at the Taj Palace in Delhi, is an important place for talking about global economic issues, working together as a business, and making strategic partnerships. India Inc. is looking forward to it very much. The event will take place from February 9th to 10th and bring together strong ministers and people from many other fields to talk about business trends around the world. The meeting is about India's plans for economic growth and is focused on the country's goal to build an economy worth 30 trillion rupees. Asia's 8th Global Business Summit is the best place for experts and thought leaders to share their ideas and thoughts. Well-known speakers like Spiros Margaris will talk about AI and fintech, which will shape the future of global business.
About Spiros Margaris
Venture capitalist, futurist, keynote speaker, board member, and senior advisor, is the founder of Margaris Ventures and is the first international influencer to achieve ‘The Triple Crown’ ranking (the No. 1 Fintech, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Blockchain influencer by Onalytica). He was also ranked the global No. 1 finance influencer by Refintiv (Thomson Reuters). Ranked as the global No. 1 Fintech Influencer by Onalytica. He was named the Key Opinion Leader (KOL) in Fintech (Who’s Who in Fintech?) by Onalytica. He is a top AI influencer, ranked as one of the leading influencers by several industry publications since 2017. He regularly appears in the top three positions of established global industry influencer rankings.
Two fintech startups he advised have become unicorns (valuations of over $1 billion for Wefox and STC Pay).
He is a keynote speaker at international FinTech and InsurTech conferences. He also gave a TEDxAcademy talk. He published an AI white paper, “Machine learning in financial services: Changing the Rules of the Game,” for the enterprise software vendor SAP. The first non-IBM keynote speaker at the biggest IBM event in Europe (10/2019) was “2019 IBM Systems Technical University.”.
MBA Toronto University and EMBA Universität St. Gallen (HSG), Switzerland.
Sotheby's ‘Styles in Art’ Course, London.
Investment committee member of one of the leading multi-family office fund advisory firms in Switzerland and Europe. Its 10-year return placed the firm within the top 5 percent among its peers.
I have been chosen as an author for @TheFINTECHBook (Wiley will be the global publisher of The FINTECH Book, available in January 2016) to write about the future of FinTech.
Placed 2nd in the equities division of Financial Trader magazine’s trading competition.
Co-founder of a financial technology (fintech) company based in New York that developed software to bring measurable accountability to investment advice at financial institutions through an objective, proprietary tracking and rating system.
Founder of one of the first innovative expert websites based in New York. Unlike traditional search engines and search sites, it provided an efficient mechanism, with a valuable human element, for users to find answers to their questions.
Conversation with VYGR Correspondence ( Ayanangsha Maitra )
Q: How feasible and prosperous is it?
Ans- I mean, as a thought leader, I believe India is one of the most promising places with Saudi Arabia, and it's a place to be. I think there's a lot of opportunities in the fintech space, in the AI space, and I'm looking very much at companies where to invest and where to get involved, but it's very exciting. It's very exciting to be here, and there are a lot of smart people. It's a place to be.
Q: Is the market smart, and are the startups very smart?
Ans- Obviously are very smart and also adapting to a global market, and you will see a lot of great—I mean, we've seen a lot of great companies and startups that became unicorns in India, and you will see many more.
Q: How do you imagine the future? For example, in the next 10 years, will AI only be the key factor, and what other factors will come into this picture?
Ans- AI will be the main factor, many in my space, but environmental issues, air pollution, and climate change will also play a part in the economics of countries. But I think a country that doesn't develop its AI capabilities will find it hard to compete.
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