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The annual conferences of the Emerging Markets Conference Board bring together scholars from around the world. Our goal is to advance the understanding of marketing in emerging markets and facilitate collaboration on emerging markets research.
Centre for Marketing in Emerging Economies (CMEE) is proud to organize the 2014 Annual Conference of the Emerging Markets Conference Board at the IIM Lucknow, Noida Campus in Noida, India on 9-11 January 2014. A pre-conference workshop will precede the conference on 8-9 January 2014. In addition to the stimulating intellectual and social opportunities, delegates will have the chance to experience the myriad expressions of Indian heritage and traditions which is more than 4500 years old. India, it is often said, is not a country, but a continent. Stretching from the frozen summits of the Himalayas to the tropical greenery of Kerala, its expansive borders encompass an incomparable range of landscapes, cultures and people. Walk the streets of any Indian city and you will rub shoulders with representatives of several of the world's great faiths, a multitude of castes and communities, with different cultural traditions, and different languages. You will also encounter temple rituals that have been performed since the time of the Egyptian Pharaohs; onion-domed mosques erected centuries before the Taj Mahal was ever dreamt of, and the echoes of the British Raj on virtually every corner. We look forward to meeting you in Noida, a suburb of Delhi, which is the fourth largest city in the world which inherently bridges the East and the West.