Participants will discuss key issues such as how Internet of Things (IoTs), smart city planning, and manufacturing issues are shaping the future of the US-India technology partnership, it said.
Led by USIBC chairman and Cisco Executive Chairman, John Chambers, the summit among others will feature Union Cabinet Minister for Food Processing Harsimrat Kaur Badal and Secretary, Ministry of Electronics and IT Aruna Sundararajan.
The summit will also honour Sundararajan with the 'Transformative Leadership Award' for excellence in public service and for her commitment to advancing US-India cooperation and Digital India.
Last year's recipient for this award was Amitabh Kant, CEO of Niti Aayog.
"India is changing rapidly due to digitisation and this in turn is changing how Indian consumers access information, public goods and services, and create opportunities for innovation," said USIBC president Mukesh Aghi.
"Moreover, India's digital economy has the potential for doubling to USD250 billion, contributing 7.5 pct of the country's GDP in the next three years," he said.
"The summit will bring together top minds in the industry and the government of India to discuss these possibilities and the future of the US-India technology partnership," Aghi said.
The companies which will attend the summit include Amazon, Paypal, Deloitte, Facebook, Nuveen, Mastercard, Dell, TransAsia, Varian Medical, Visa among others.
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