Sriram Birudavolu is Senior Vice President and Head of Information Sciences at the T-Hub Foundation, where he also runs a Market Research Program. With over 24 years of experience in the ICT/Telecom industry, he is a C-Level advisor and has worked in over a dozen countries on 4 continents, with reputed organizations, such as Oracle, Hewlett-Packard, VeriSign and Siemens. His areas of interest are: business and technology innovation, ICT, IT and telecom, and enterprise architectures. He holds a PhD in International Business from the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (specializing in Open Innovation in ICT), a Master's in Computer Science and a Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering. He is a TOGAF certified Enterprise Architect, and a Certified PMP (Project Management Professional). He has also published and presented papers in international journals and conferences and has delivered guest lectures at academic institutes and companies alike. Currently, he is an academic advisor to Mahindra Ecole Centrale.Biswajit Nag is a Professor of Economics at the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), New Delhi. Involved in empirical economic research for nearly two decades, he also has extensive teaching experience in India and abroad. Earlier, he served the Poverty and Development Division of UN-ESCAP, Bangkok. Dr Nag has completed a number of projects for the Government of India and international agencies such as the UN, World Bank, Asian Development Bank, WTO, DFID, and the EU. His current research interests are trade and technology, international production networks, global value chains, trade in services (including IT enabled services), etc. Dr. Nag is one of the advisors on global value chains at the Asia Pacific Research and Training Network (ARTNet), UNESCAP. He is an active member of GERPISA, a Europe-based international automobile research network. Dr. Nag teaches courses on international economics, the global business environment and econometrics at the IIFT, and advises firms and government agencies on international market access and strategic issues.