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Richard Cawdell speaks at Healthcare India 2013 on India market entry

Richard Cawdell, Core Team Member, AcceleratorIndia, speaks at the Healthcare India 2013 event on July 3, 2013 on Indian Healthcare services market entry considerations. More »

Friday, August 9, 2013

RiffStream#Delhi - Uday Phadke Introduction

Dr Uday Phadke, Executive Chairman, AcceleratorIndia introduces RiffStream#Delhi. More »

Monday, March 18, 2013

RiffStream#Delhi - Daniel Lawes, South Downs Solar

Daniel Lawes, Technical Director, presents the Smart Power Controller developed by South Downs Solar, as part of their work commissioning and installing PV solutions for Residential and Commercial customers in the UK. More »

Monday, March 18, 2013

RiffStream#Delhi - Ankur Lal, Infozech

Ankur Lal, CEO of Infozech, presents the challenge for Telecom Tower operators in managing diesel fuel for gensets an alternate energy source and shares his insights gained by providing solutions. More »

Monday, March 18, 2013

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