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My fellow AIESECers,

International Congress 2015 stands lofty as the arena to shape the future of AIESEC 2020. This milestone conference will converge our youth leaders, under the canopy of leadership development for a positive impact. AIESEC India has always shared the responsibility of pioneering a host of activities within the network and been the recipient of Global Contribution Awards over the last two years, which is a clear testament to our efforts. Central to our growth has been a keen focus on quality while enhancing our relevance within India. The historical significance of this landmark 5-year conference stands as a test to the caliber of the standards that have been held before be it at Agra in 2005 or at Hyderabad in 2010 and AIESEC India would like to extend it’s contribution by bringing AIESEC 2015 back to India. AIESEC India exists in the paradox of a nation that effortlessly interweaves globalization within a rich historical tapestry. With a united membership, a passion that runs deep in our veins and a commitment to excellence, AIESEC India is ready, eager and willing to once again carry the mantle of hosting the largest youth congregation of the network. Romain Rolland famously wrote: “If there is one place on the face of earth where all the dreams of living men have found a home from the very earliest days when man began the dream of existence, it is India”. It is to this land of ancient civilizations and modern marvels that I invite the network to celebrate and co-create AIESEC 2020 together at International Congress 2015 hosted in the shadow of Taj Mahal in Agra.

Yours Sincerely, AIESEC India


Table of Content I. EXTERNAL PERSPECTIVE ...................................................................................,,,..................... 4 1. Visa Requirements…….............................................................................................................. 4 2. Currency Exchange Rate History from the past 3 years....................................................................... 6 3. Political Situation .................................................................................................................. 7 4. Medical Facilities................................................................................................................... 9 5. Accessibility by Partners and Guests and Means of Transportation....................................................... 11 II. INTERNAL REALITY................................................................................................................ 14 1. Historical Data of Organization Goal Achievement for the past 3 years.................................................. 14 2. International Meetings hosted in the last 5 Years............................................................................ 15 3. Amount Fundraised in the last 3 Years divided by Project................................................................. 16 4. MC Partners and Amounts Raised............................................................................................... 16 5. Bank Statement as Proof of Reserves.......................................................................... Bid Package 17 III. CONFERENCE LOGISTICS......................................................................................................... 18 1. CC Structure and Analysis of Expected CC Pipeline.......................................................................... 18 2. Budgets – Pessimistic and Realistic Scenarios................................................................. Bid Package 19 3. Proposed Venue.................................................................................................................... 20 4. IT Facilities Availability and Internet Access.................................................................................. 23 5. Sales Plan........................................................................................................... Bid Package 24 IV. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION .................................................................................... Bid Package 1. Supervisory Group Letter............................................................................................. Bid Package 2. LCP Letter.............................................................................................................. Bid Package 3. Quotation from Proposed Venues.................................................................................. Bid Package V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION...........................................................................................Bid Package 1. BoA Letter to Support VISA Issues................................................................................... Bid Package 2. Airlines Partnership................................................................................................... Bid Package


External perspective 1. Visa requirement: All delegates need to get pre-arrival conference visa. [exception: Nepal, Bhutan] Documents required obtaining visa: • Valid passport & re-enter permit to country of return • Invitation letter for the conference [will be given by CC] • Return ticket All delegates are advised to submit documents for visa 21 days prior to event. The list of Indian diplomatic missions overseas can be consulted at http://www.mea.gov.in/indian-missions-abroad.htm Many Indian embassies and consulates have outsourced their visa processing services to VFS Global http://www.vfsglobal.com Missions will be required to make a prior reference to the Ministry of External Affairs and Ministry of Home Affairs before granting conference visas to foreigners participating in conference in India only in the following cases: - Participants from: 1. Afghanistan; 2. China; 3. Iran; 4. Pakistan 5. Iraq; 6. Sudan; 7. Foreigners of Pakistani Origin In the above cases, Ministry of External Affairs will examine the proposal along with the Ministry of Home Affairs and grant clearance within four weeks. Clearance will be conveyed to the Missions and organizers of the conference. Proposal to solve visa challenge for above mentioned countries: •

BoA Letter to support with VISA via Ministry of Foreign Affairs Association in bid package.

CC submits list of delegates from mentioned above countries to Ministry of Home Affairs at least 30 days prior to IC for security check with following info: a. Name of applicant b. Father’s/Husband’s Name c. Nationality d. Date of Birth e. Place of Birth f. Passport Number g. Date & Place of Issue h. Date of Expiry i. Address


Conference Visa - Indian Consular Fees These consular fees were generated on 08/02/2013 6:52am EST.

1. Special Fee Rates These are fees for citizens of countries which have an special agreement with India. The fee applies to all visas regardless of duration unless otherwise noted. Note: Reference Fee is applicable if you are applying for Indian VISA from a country other than your country of origin/citizenship.

Citizenship

Consular Fee

Reference Fee

Service Fee

Total Fee

Afghanistan

$0.00

$20.00

$13.00

$33.00

Argentina

$0.00

$0.00

$13.00

$13.00

Bangladesh

$0.00

$20.00

$13.00

$33.00

Jamaica

$0.00

$0.00

$13.00

$13.00

Japan

$11.00

$0.00

$13.00

$24.00

Korea, DPR (North Korea)

$0.00

$0.00

$13.00

$13.00

Maldives

$0.00

$0.00

$13.00

$13.00

Mauritius

$0.00

$0.00

$13.00

$13.00

Pakistan

$2.00

$20.00

$13.00

$35.00

South Africa

$0.00

$0.00

$13.00

$13.00

Uruguay

$0.00

$0.00

$13.00

$13.00

Sri Lanka

$7.00

$20.00

$13.00

$40.00

$103.00

-

$13.00

$116.00

$80.00

$20.00

$13.00

93

USA

Countries not mentioned above 3 Months Single Entry


2. Currency exchange rate:

Year

EUR/INR

Period Average

65.4786

Period High

68.6928

Period Low

60.6573

2012

68.6928

2011

65.1402

2010

60.6573

2009

67.4243


3. Political Situation: For nearly 65 years now, India has enjoyed the privilege of being an independent nation. However, it has faced a decent struggle for stability over the last couple of years, standing up against corruption, disarray of political parties, policy implementation, diversity, and mild radicalism. Like any other country India has been facing instability due to Naxal rebellion in its countryside and its intermittent border battles in the Kashmir region with Pakistan, And like always India has been able to stand tall. Being a democracy, India is heading towards the 2014 General Election, which will decide which party is going to get the clear majority in the Parliament. As a part of preparation for the big political battle, all the parties seem to be ready with their campaigning strategy and issues. Specific issues like corruption, inflation, subsidies on LPG, and hike in Petrol prices are the current topics of discussion, as a solution to the previous year which saw a full, high voltage worth of political activities. A solution to the above mentioned issues that is being debated over currently is building international relations to support the current economy and peace. However, with all this activity, there is now a nascent interest in building young leaders in the country, with the support of political as well as corporate institutions. Several initiatives have been introduced and backed, which enable young people to take action on a micro level. India today has an environment which is friendly and open to discussions involving international agenda. Several enterprises today are encouraging dialogues themed ‘global’ and are supporting all positive outcome of these discussions as well. Although, India is facing certain barriers, its inclement is towards a sound and steady nation looking for ideas that lead to growth. External References: India's 2013-14 Budget: A Reflection of Political Priorities and Economic Environment? http://www.nbr.org/research/activity.aspx?id=326#.Ufp4OflmiM4 BBC: India Profile 2013 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-south-asia-12557384 India’s Ecomonic Outlook 2013

http://unidow.com/india%20home%20eng/economic_outlook.html


Travel in India India is a vast country that's just over one-third of the size of the United States. Much of it is rural, and there are some incredible sights to be seen and discovered. To the north, there are the Himalayas. To the south, beaches. To the west, desert. And to the least, tribal territory. India is often thought of as a backpacker destination with grotty hotel rooms and dirt everywhere. Let me assure you that this definitely isn't the reality. You can travel as cheaply or as lavishly as you want in India, and that's definitely part of its appeal as a tourist destination. The luxury segment of the market offers some mesmerizing accommodations, such as authentic palace hotels.Alternatively you might prefer a quant guesthouse or homestay. Options, such as these top budget hotels in India, abound. There's a saying in India, "Athithi Devo Bhava", which means "the guest is God". Indians consider it a huge honor to have guests in their home, and go out of their way to please them. There's nothing like Indian hospitality. And, as a result of the growing popualarity of homestays in India, there are plenty of opportunities to experience it. Many homestays are far from the humble abodes you may expect too! India is place that everyone should visit once in their lives to get out of their comfort zones and get a different perspective on life. The culture shock in India can be hard to deal with. However, you'll quickly come to appreciate what you have back home and how fortunate you really are. Indian food can take a bit of getting used to for some people, but it really is worth it. You may be surprised to find that Indian cuisine is vastly different to the standard fare served up in most Indian restaurants, which is in fact predominantly north Indian cuisine. External Sources: Fobres: A Microcosm Of India's Geopolitical Challenge

http://www.forbes.com/sites/stratfor/2013/08/01/a-microcosm-of-indias-geopolitical-challenge/ Blog: http://journeys2remember.blogspot.in/


4. Medical facilities The venue has a full time on call doctor appointed. Dr. Sudip KR. Raha Jaypee Palace Hotel & Convention Centre (HACCP & ISO-9001:2008 Certified) Tel: 91-562-2330800 Ext.2852 Fatehabad Road, Agra Fax: 91-562-2330850 Uttar Pradesh - 282004. INDIA. www.jaypeehotels.com

External Facilities: 1. Ajit Jaggi Hospital - http://www.ajmh.in/ Address: Vibhav Nagar, Tajganj Agra, UP 282001, India Phone: +91 562 223 0515 Distance:3.9km, 6min Drive

2. Dixit Hospital Address: 15/252/2, Fatehabad Rd, Taj Ganj, Agra Tel: (0562) 3094330,2330267, 3094323 Distance:4.1km, 7mins Drive


3. Ram Tej Hospital

Address: Atam Market, Sadar Bazaar, Agra – 282001 Tel: (0562) 2332257, 400167 Distance: 4.2 km, 6mins Drive

4. Upadhyay Hospital http://upadhyayhospital.com/

Address: Sahid Nagar, Agra Tel: +91 562 223 0344 Distance: 7km, 15mins Drive


5.

Accessibility by Partners and Guests: 1. New Delhi Flight: www.newdelhiairport.in Indira Gandhi International Airport is the primary international airport of the National Capital Region of Delhi, India, situated in Palam, 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) south-west of New Delhi city centre. With the commencement of operations at the new Terminal 3, Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport has become India's and South Asia's largest and one of the most important aviation hub, with a current capacity of handling more than 46 million passengers. IGI was recently awarded world’s second best airport. Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indira_Gandhi_International_Airport Going Around Delhi:

Delhi Metro: www.delhimetrorail.com Delhi Metro is a rapid transit system serving Delhi and nearby areas in the National Capital Region of India. Delhi Metro is the world's 13th largest metro system in terms of length. All stations have escalators, elevators, and tactile tiles to guide the visually impaired from station entrances to trains. Avg cost of travel in metro is close to 20 INR. Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delhi_Metro

Taxi: The Meru Cabs service is a licensed metered taxi operation and is governed by the fares prescribed by the Department of Transport in Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad & Bengaluru. The digital tamper proof meter on board and an e-bill receipt at the end of the ride ensures the passenger pays strictly in line with the prescribed fare structure and no more. For the first Km

Rs 20 [Day]

Rs 25 [Night]

Rate after 1st Km

Rs 20 / Km

Rs 25 / Km

Links:

http://www.merucabs.com/fares/ http://www.taxifarefinder.com http://www.clearcarrental.com/delhi-cab-rates-sheet http://www.taxiautofare.com/taxi-fare-card/Delhi-Taxi-fare


2. Agra Agra is 300kms from Delhi. It takes approx 3hrs to reach Agra from Delhi using taxi, bus or railway service.

Taxi: Google Map Cost: Avg. 20-25 INR per KM Time: 3-4hrs Distance: 225km A prepaid taxi counter is available at Airport, Railway Station[s] and Bus Station[s]. Both AC Taxis and non AC Taxis are available for hire.

Bus: Cost: Avg. 650 INR Time: 3-4hrs Guests can reach Agra by bus from Delhi using any of the several national and private transportation companies, some providing VIP Busses •

From Delhi: NH2, a modern divided highway, connects the 200 km (124 mi) distance from Delhi to Agra. The drive is about 4 hours. The primary access to the highway is along Mathura Road in Delhi.

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From Delhi / Noida: Yamuna Expressway, a modern access controlled highway connects the 200 km (124 mi) distance from Delhi to Agra. The drive is about 2 hours.

Distance from Delhi Airport to Bus Stn: 24.8km Means of Transport recommended: Delhi Metro/Taxi[Cab] Apporx Cost: Metro [80+20 INR] Taxi [350 INR] Distance from Agra Bus Stn to Venue: 8km Means of Transport recommended: Taxi[Cab] Apporx Cost: 160-200 INR [2-2.5 EUR]

Railway: Main article: Railways in Agra Cost: Avg. 430 INR Time: 3hrs Agra is on the central train line between Delhi (Station Code: NDLS) and Mumbai (Bombay) (Station Code: CSTM) and between Delhi and Chennai (Station Code: MAS) and many trains connect Agra with all major Indian cities like NewDelhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, etc. every day. Some east-bound trains from Delhi also travel via Agra, so direct connections to points in Eastern India (including Kolkata) (Calcutta) are also available. There are close to 20 trains to New Delhi and Gwalior Junction every day, There are three main railway stations in Agra:


Agra Cantt (Station Code: AGC) is the main railway station and lies southwest of the Taj and Agra Fort, both of which are a short ride from the station by car, auto-rickshaw, or cycle rickshaw.

Agra Fort Railway Station (Station Code: AF) near Agra Fort, is infrequently serviced by the interstate express trains, it is one of the oldest railway stations in the country. The station serves trains to east (Kanpur, Gorakhpur, Kolkata, Guwahati) and central India Ratlam, Nagda, Kota(Haldighati Express). Some of these trains also stop at Agra Cantt. The luxury trains – the Palace on Wheels, and the Royal Rajasthan on Wheels also stop at Agra on their eight-day round trip of tourist destinations in Rajasthan and Agra. The Buddhist Special Train also visits Agra. Distance from Delhi Airport to Railway Stn: 15.8km Means of Transport recommended: Delhi Metro Apporx Cost: 80-120 INR [1-1.5 EUR] Distance from Agra Railway Stn to Venue: 8km Means of Transport recommended: Cab Apporx Cost: 160-200 INR [2-2.5 EUR]

Flight: Agra Airport is about 12.5 km (8 mi) from the city center (Indian Air Force Airport – no scheduled commercial flights)

Local Travel in Agra: Bus services are run by Agra Municipal Corporation. Other para-transit modes include rickshaws and autorickshaws. While passengers need to negotiate rates for the rickshaws and they are usually expensive, there is a system of (what is called) 'Tempo' which are autorickshaws that run on specific routes called out by the drivers. Tempos take around 6 people simultaneously and work out to be the most economical and practical. Polluting vehicles are not allowed near the Tāj Mahal, so one needs to take electric autos or Tanga (Tonga) from a few kilometres outside the Tāj Mahal. Now, Tempos have been largely replaced by three wheeled auto-rikshaws which run on compressed natural gas. UP State Road Transport Corporation does run some air-conditioned and non-airconditioned low-floor buses within Agra which run on specific routes including M G Road. A lot is being done to improve the traffic system of Agra but the efforts seem in vain due to poor civic sense of the residents here. Blaring Horns and hurry of people at road may give you headache.


Internal Reality 1. Historical Data of Org goal achievement


Recognition in the Network: AIESEC India currently has 21 LCs, and 8 expansion initiatives. •

AIESEC India was the recipient of the UBS Awards: o UBS Achievement Award 2000-01 o UBS Achievement Award – 2000 o UBS Global Excellence Award – 2009 o UBS Regional Excellence Award – 2002 o UBS Achievement Award – 2001 o UBS Achievement Award - 2000 AIESEC India also received the ING Leadership Award: o o o

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ING Country Leadership Award – 2007 ING AIESEC 2010 Award ING Global Contribution Award 2012 ING Leadership for Growth – Absolute ING Mobilizing Resources to LEAD Growth Award

2. International meetings hosted in last 5 yrs

3.


3. Amounts Fundraised in the last 3yrs: AIESEC India main strategy for revenue generation is National Exchange Partners, CSR Products and Youth Outreach Products. Below are funds acquired per partnership with the organizations:

Year 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Note: • •

Amount Raised INR 1865500.00 6218285.67 8655879.00

Amount Raised EUR 23244.130 77479.84 107852.25

Division of products/projects can be found in the next section. In 2010-11 IC Fund Raising is not included in the amount stated above. Total Cash Revenue Generation – Rs. 96,93,000 (119563.15 EUR) Total In-Kind Revenue Generation – Approximately Rs. 51,00,000 (62908.50 EUR)

Please find the breakup of the IC 2010 Fund Raising attached in the Additional Document Folder.

4. MC Partners and Amounts Raised: 2010-11 Partner AOL India

Credit INR 50000.00

BMR Associates

130000.00

Business Development

105500.00

COCA COLA INDIA PVT LTD Gogrej India

1130000.00

Total

1865500.00

450000.00

2011-12 Partner JGI Venture LINKEDIN CORPORATION Misc BD NBOA Soil School of Leadership Tata Steel Viacom18 D1-H-Coca Cola

Credit INR 101500.00 79000.00 973000.00 1014000.00 135000.00 980000.00 30000.00 125000.00

EUR

Product 624.91 Youth Outreach - National Conference 2010 1624.78 Youth Outreach - National Conference 2010 1318.57 Youth Outreach - National Conference 2010

14123.08 Youth Outreach - Excellence Awards & Rec. 2011 Corporate Social Responsibility - National Project 5624.24 2011 23244.130

EUR

Product 1268.58 Youth Outreach - June National Conference 2011

987.37 Youth Outreach - National Partnership 2011 12160.85 CSR- National Project 2011 12673.28 National Partnership - BoA 2012 1687.27 12248.33 374.95 1562.29

Youth Outreach - National Conference 2012 CSR - National Project 2012 Youth Outreach - National Conference 2012 Youth Outreach - 2012


D5-A3-HDFC Aditya Birla Group

500000.00 79200.00

DHL

27000.00

Hult B School

91417.67

Satyam Computer

18000.00

Tata Consultancy Services Total

2065168.00 6218285.67

2012-13 Partner

Credit INR

Board Contribution

1881000.00

GCDP Project Income

1240000.00

Recruitments & Membership

2147440.00

Tata Steel Godrej Tinkerbell Nokia Coca Cola Vodafone PDPU Total

750000.00 490000.00 650000.00 1497439.00 980000.00 196000.00 49000.00 9880879.00

6249.15 989.87 337.45 1142.57 224.97

CSR - National Education Project sponsor 2012 National Exchange Partnerships National Exchange Partnerships National Exchange Partnerships National Exchange Partnerships

25811.09 National Exchange Partnerships 77479.84

EUR Product 23509.3 MC Salary and Support 15497.89 CSR 26839.35 9373.73 6124.17 8123.9 18715.44 12210.80 2442.16 610.54 123447.3

Youth Outreach Project Project Youth Outreach Youth Outreach Youth to Business Forum 2012 Youth to Business Forum 2012 BRIC Conference

5. Bank statement as proof of reserves: Please find the requested bank documents in the Bank Statement Folder attached in the bid package.


Conference logistics 1. CC structure:

CCP 7 Member

CCVP Comm. 3 TL, 5 TM

CCVP ER 2TL, 6TM

CCVP Delegate Servicing 3 TL, 12 TM

CCVP Logistics 2 TL, 7TM

CCVP IM 2 TL, 6 TM

CCVP Events 3 TL, 9 TM

CCVP Finance 3 Member

TL – Team Leader | TM – Team Member Core CC Team: 8 | Team Leader: 15 | Teamsters/Team Member: 48 Position CCP [Full Time]

CCVP External Relations (Full Time)

Manpower Distribution 7 CC VPs

2 Team Leader, 6 Teamsters

Job Roles • • • • • • • •

CCVP Finance

CCVP Delegate Servicing

CCVP Logistics

3 Teamsters

3 Team Leader, 12 Team Member

2 Team Leaders, 7 Teamsters

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Leading the team and keeping the team accountable for the same. Maintaining a communication channel between CC, AIESEC Egypt and AIESEC International. Selection of CC team including VPs, teal leaders & teamsters. Tracking the progress, budget and overall governance of the congress. Raising funds & in-kind support for the congress. Designing & selling the sponsorship package for the congress & special events. Coordinating and servicing the partners throughout and after the congress. Delegating work to the TLs and teamsters. Creation and management of the congress budget. Managing the cash flows and the books. Coordinating with the government & venue regarding legal issues and permissions. Designing the financial management structure of the congress. Managing the CC stall and the merchandize sales. Delegating work to the teamsters. Planning and designing a delegation servicing plan for the congress. Communicating with delegates in all respects (registration, congress detail, arrivals & onsite) Managing delegate pick-ups and reception from the airport to the venue. Coordinating with venue with respect to any delegate requirements. Designing and implementation of study tours. Delegating work to the TLs and teamsters. Coordinating with AIESEC International and making a list of logistical requirement. Making sure that they the logistics are present & available as needed throughout the congress. In-kind raising for the logistical requirements. Coordinating with venue in terms of food, accommodation etc. Managing the transportation of the delegates and externals to and from the venue Delegating work to the TLs and teamsters.


CCVP Information Management

2 Team Leader, 6 Teamsters

CCVP Events

3 Team Leaders, 9 Teamsters

CCVP Communications

3 Team Leader, 5 Teamsters

• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Coordinating with AIESEC International in terms of IT requirements of the congress. Creation and maintenance of the congress website. Ensuring IT support to all the function before and during the congress. Delivering smooth performance by proper technical support to the technical equipment’s. Internet and IT specification at the venue. Delegating work to the TLs and teamsters. Planning of all the special events to be held at the international congress. Coordination of the venue and logistical requirements of the events. Communicating with the different VPs especially finance to align the event to the budget. Delegating work to the TLs and teamsters. Inviting and servicing media for the congress and its events. Managing all the dimensions (print, paper, virtual etc.) of the media and partnering with them. Coordinating with alumni’s & speakers and invite them for the events. Handling the online promotion of the congress within the delegates and other stakeholders. Servicing the externals during the time of the congress or event. Delegating work to the teamsters.

CC Pipeline Analysis: •

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10 National Conferences – AIESEC annually hold 10-12 national/regional conference, in the year 2012-13 AIESEC India hosted 18 conferences. Consequently more members would gain OC experience, in addition to some VPs gaining OC coaching experience. On avg every conference has a core OC of 10-12 members and 20 on-site members. 21 LCs + 8 Expansion : - Avg EB size of AIESEC India LCs is 10-16members with Management Body [TLs] of 24. This forms a great pool of talented and experienced members to take such great opportunities. Timing of LC & MC Terms Ending - The ending of the LC terms and MC terms are placed at opportune timings. The MC term ends in June, which would coincide with the opening of applications for CCVPs, the LCs’ terms end in December which would coincide with the opening of applications for the second batch of team leaders and teamsters at the start of 2015.

2. Budgets – Pessimistic and Realistic Scenarios Please find the budget, cash flow doc and solutions in the Budget folder attached in the bid package.


3. Proposed Venue: Option 1: JP Palace, Agra - http://www.jaypeehotels.com/jaypee_palace/index.aspx Address: Fatehabad Road,Agra,Uttar Pradesh 282003, Agra, UP 282003, India Phone:+91 562 233 0800

360 Degree Panoramic View: http://www.jaypeehotels.com/jaypee_palace/jaypeeagra/index.htm The regal Jaypee Palace Hotel and Convention Centre, a glorious structural blend of red sandstone and marble is spread over an unbounded 25 acres of elegantly landscaped luxuriant greenery. Sprinkled with enormous water bodies and endless walkways, this magical creation impeccably blends Mughal and contemporary architecture with modern amenities. Leading the way to luxurious rooms and suites, the impressive interiors along the way set the tone for a majestic way. Location • Located in the main tourist district of Agra, on Fatehabad Road. • 2 hours from Delhi by Train and 2 hours by Yamuna Expressway/ Road • 12.4 kms. From Kheria (Agra ) Airport. • 8 kms. from Agra Cantt. Railway Station. Accommodation 341 guest rooms including 15 Suites and 40 • Wi-fi enabled. • Central air-conditioned. • Electronic door lock. • Individual Safe. • Complimentary Newspaper.

Executive Rooms. • Mini bar. • Interactive TV with remote control. • Multi-channel Music. • Direct dial telephones.

• • • •

Iron/ Iron Board. Tea/coffee maker. Weighing scale. Wake up facility.


Other Services and Facilities • Swimming Pool. • Tamaya - Spa, Salon & Wellness Centre. • Money Changer. • Doctor on Call.

Convention Brochure: Click here Technical Information: Click Here

` Conference Halls:

• • •

Valet Service. Postage. Golf on Request.

• • • •

Travel Desk. Astrologer. Shopping Plaza. Business Centre.


Option 2: Vivanta by Taj Stylish & sophisticated, Vivanta by Taj delivers premium hotel experiences with imagination, energy & efficiency. It’s the flavour of contemporary luxury, laced with cool informality and the charming Taj hospitality. An experience that always inspires your senses. An experience that seeks to redefine the usual. An experience that serves up the ordinary with a twist. That is Vivanta for you. Quick Peek: A perfect destination for urbane corporate travelers seeking an intelligent mix of business environs & vibrant pleasure options. With 327 spacious rooms, more than 18000 square feet of dedicated conferencing and banqueting facilities, restaurants with theatre kitchens and a fashion accented bar, you couldn’t have asked for a more balanced diet. Vivanta by Taj - Yeshwantpur, Bangalore is the closest five star property to the airport (35 kms – 45 minutes) and is also conveniently located near the city centre (10 kms – 15 minutes) Bangalore International Exhibition Centre – BIEC, city's premier international exhibition - cum - conference facility, is about 15 minutes from the hotel and so is Peenya Industrial Estate. The hotel is located close to famous educational institutions, world class medical facilities, up-market residential complexes and World Trade Centre.


4.IT Facilities Availability and Internet Access: Hotel band width 10 Mbps(download/upload) and limit of 2 Mbps for individual users. Name Of Avaialble Equipments Commonly Used In Conferences: L.C.D Projector 2500 lumens Microphone Corded L.C.D Projector 4500 lumens Cordless Microphone (Neck Or Hand Long VGA Cable Held) Crammer Conferencing Mike Video CD Player Sound System (250 Watts) DAS Betacom Video Cassette Recorder Sound System (500 Watts) DAS Plasma Screen Sound System (1000 Watts) JBL Mixer 12 channels Sound System (2000 Watts) JBL Yamaha Mixer 16 channels Sound System (4000 Watts) JBL Yamaha Mixer 32 channels Projection Screen 8*10 Sq Feet Projection Screen 9*12 Sq Feet

Back Projection Screen 6*8 Sq Feet With Masking Back Projection Screen 6*8 Sq Feet With Masking Laptop Computer Photocopier (With 500 Copies Free) Fax Machine Laser Printer With One Cartridge Banner Framing Banner framing with printing Stage


5. Sales Plan:

The sales plan below outlines major prospective partnerships. Such companies as LinkedIn, Airtel, Nokia, CocaCola are already working with AIESEC India. More information you can find in ‘Amounts fundraised in past 3 years’ part of the Bid. 1. Complex partnership package for BoA members: TATA Consultancy – 32 500 EUR (2 500 000 Rs) Godrej Industries – 32 500 EUR (2 500 000 Rs) Fortis Healthcare – 32 500 EUR (2 500 000 Rs) 2. Grants from Government Institutions: Discover India initiative – 13 000 EUR (1 000 000 Rs) Youth Grants – 26 000 EUR (2 000 000 Rs) 3. Youth to Business package for companies with Indian Youth as TA: Target: 52 000 EUR (4 000 000) in total.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Prospective Companies: Nokia (BlackBerry) LinkedIn (Facebook) ISB Unilever (P&G) Coca Cola (Blue, PepsiCo) Ericsson PwC (Accenture, Deloitte) Airtel (Vodafone) Total ER Target: 188 500 EUR

Please find the detailed sales plan including the congress products, prices, timeline of raises and people responsible in appendix.


Supporting documents: 1. Supervisory Group Letter 2. LCP Letter

3.

Quotation from Proposed Venues

Additional Documents: 1. IC 2010 Fund Raising 2. Letter of BoA for VISA Support 3. Letter of Support from AIR India

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