While smartphones and ecommerce have become ubiquitous in developed markets, 1.4 billion young consumers in India are only just now beginning to get online. India’s booming economy and favourable demographics have spurred a digital golden age.
The country is on track to become the third-largest global economy by the decade’s end, creating a compelling growth story for investors and an appealing alternative emerging market exposure to China.
Join legendary investor and author of A Random Walk Down Wall Street Burton Malkiel and EMQQ founder and CIO Kevin Carter as we explore the great India internet opportunity and what makes the India Internet & Ecommerce Index (ticker: INQQ) a potential avenue for investors to gain targeted exposure to the country’s remarkable digital growth.
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Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to hear from the legendary Burton Malkiel. We'll be sending ten lucky webinar attendees a copy of Burton's A Random Walk Down Wall Street.
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1.1 Participants will only be considered as entrants to the giveaway upon attending the following webinar: ‘Investing in the great India internet story’.
1.2 Participants must be over the age of 21 to enter the giveaway. Entrants found to be below the required age will be asked to forfeit the prize should they win.
1.3 Participants must be classified as a professional investor and/or demonstrate a history of employment in an institutional investment body.
2.1 The winners will be ten (10) people who attend the webinar, chosen at the full discretion of HANetf.
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2.3 The winners must respond to the email notifying them of their win within ten (10) days or they will forfeit the prize, and another winner may be chosen.
2.4 The winners are not guaranteed a prize, and HANetf reserves the right to withhold the prize at any time.
2.5 The giveaway is not an incitement to invest and should not be considered a financial promotion.