Academics and industry stalwarts discussed how GST may help transform consumption behavior, business environment, and investment in India.
Prof Dheeraj Sharma, Director, IIM-Rohtak said that, "GST is an innovation. It is innovation in tax collection and governance. He said new changes in GST are likely to further stimulate consumer demand by cutting inflation, improve investment environment in India, and encourage better tax compliance among traders and small businesses."
More than fifteen industry stalwarts and IIM faculty discussed how innovations can be fostered and commercialized successfully.
Sonali Dhawan, said "GST is likely to spur consumption and will make products affordable". She also said that innovation failure is a people related issue and not a product related issue
Prabhat Agarwal, said "GST presents an opportunity for pharma sector to leverage". He also talked about inefficiencies in supply chain that will be reduced as a result of GST implementation. Mr Dubey added that while on surface there is an increase in GST on pharma 12% but actually there may be reduced tax burden if other efficiencies in supply chain are realized properly by good organizational practices.
Mr Tridipta from Thompson Reuters said that new GST changes will bring positivity in business environment.
Mr Sunil Bhagwat from Huhtamaki added that GST will increase food consumption that will probably lead to increased business in packaging industry.
Nearly fifty students and five faculty members from IIM-Rohtak were involved in organization of this event that aims to crystalize how innovation in products, services, and governance can act as catalyst in transforming the economy.
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