International Business Studies in the Heart of the Indian Technology and Outsourcing Revolution by Ryan Moran

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International Business Studies in the Heart of the Indian Technology and Outsourcing Revolution by Ryan Moran

  1. 1. Ryan Moran<br />University of Louisville, Class of 2014<br />2011 Brown Fellows Symposium<br />presents<br />“International Business Studies in the Heart of the Indian Technology and Outsourcing Revolution”<br />Study Abroad Enrichment Trip to<br />Bangalore, Karnataka, India<br />
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  3. 3. Goal<br />To lay the foundation to become a successful and internationally minded businessperson.<br />Education Background<br />Majors: Accounting<br /> Economics<br /> Finance<br />Minors: International Business<br /> Marketing<br />Study Abroad<br />University Studies Abroad Consortium<br />Christ College, Bangalore, Karnataka, India<br />
  4. 4. This summer allowed me to:<br /><ul><li>Continue exploring different disciplines in relation to international business
  5. 5. Gain an intense cultural experience in India, one of the world’s fastest growing countries
  6. 6. Compare the newly industrializing economy of Vietnam to the BRIC economy of India
  7. 7. continue to build one project over four years</li></li></ul><li>Study Abroad Courses<br />International Marketing<br />Intro to Yoga<br />Service Learning<br />Session I<br />AnanthiKarthi<br />1 credit, <br />100 level<br />Cyril Gilbertson<br />1 credit, <br />100 level<br />Mark McConnell<br />University of Mount Union<br />3 credits, 400 level<br />Contemporary Developments of South Asia<br />International Political Economy<br />Session II<br />Richard Ponarul<br />California State, Chico<br />3 credits, 400 level<br />P.P.R. Nair & AindrilaChakraborty<br />3 credits, 400 level<br />
  8. 8. South Asia: A Troubled Neighborhood<br />South Asia<br />India<br />Sri Lanka<br />Bangladesh<br />Sino-Indian Relations<br />Indo-Pak Relations<br />Bhutan<br />Nepal<br />Pakistan<br />“String-of-Pearls” Theory<br />Maldives<br />
  9. 9. Bangalore,<br />Karnataka<br />
  10. 10. Infosys<br />Infosys Limited was started in 1981 by seven people with $250 and has since grown into a global leader in the "next generation" of IT and consulting, with revenues of $6.35 billion.<br />
  11. 11. Coorg,<br />Karnataka<br />
  12. 12. Mysore,<br />Karnataka<br />
  13. 13. Calangute,<br />Goa<br />
  14. 14. Mumbai,<br />Maharashtra<br />
  15. 15. Jaipur,<br />Rajasthan<br />
  16. 16. Agra,<br />Uttar Pradesh<br />
  17. 17. Freshmen Summer<br />Orientation Trip to Vietnam and Cambodia<br />Junior<br />Summer<br />Sophomore<br />Summer<br />Senior<br />Summer<br />Internship in Singapore or other Business Hub<br />International Business Studies in India<br />World <br />Bank in Washington D.C.<br />
  18. 18. Ryan Moran<br />University of Louisville, Class of 2014<br />2011 Brown Fellows Symposium<br />presents<br />“International Business Studies in the Heart of the Indian Technology and Outsourcing Revolution”<br />Study Abroad Enrichment Trip to<br />Bangalore, Karnataka, India<br />

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