Strengthening Indian R&D through innovation and technology to foster sustainable and inclusive growth

2nd Annual R&D and Design Leaders' Summit 2019

Research and development is the backbone of industrial development and only those industries which invest in R&D will survive the competition generated by globalisation. Realising the importance of that India became the world's 6th largest annual R&D spending country, accounting for 3.5 per cent of global R&D expenditure. R&D spending is anticipated to grow till 2.4 per cent of the country's GDP to 2034.

The future of R&D is inching faster towards innovation and digital solutions, and what matters is whether the R&D teams are getting ready for these numerous and concurrent changes, transforming the industry as a whole?

Is your organisation's R&D department concerned about innovating and disruptive technologies? Is your business's productivity stagnating? Do you have questions over best practices, R&D manpower, R&D pipeline and funding strategies? Then be a part of Inventicon's 2nd Annual R&D and Design Leaders' Summit 2019 which gives you the opportunity to network with industry leaders and gain insights to improve your R&D strategy.



  • R&D transformation: Re-fuelling the product innovation engine through innovation accelerator program
  • Carving the path to global R&D through digital transformation
  • Design trends in R&D in the age of hyper connectivity
  • R&D control and performance metrics in the new age
  • Emerging Technologies fuelling the future of R&D
  • The dream run: Achieving a faster new product development cycle
  • Prototypes and its role in new product development


Directors, VPs, Managers and Heads of:
  • Research and Development
  • R&D Technology Innovation
  • Product Design
  • New product development
  • Product Innovation
  • Innovation Management; Innovation Excellence
  • Engineering
  • Research Centre
From the following industries
  • Automobiles & auto components
  • Electronics & embedded systems
  • Consumer durables
  • Medical device & instrumentation
  • Companies falling under discrete manufacturing segment

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