How to follow our #wefindia meeting in New Delhi

For this to be Asia’s century, India’s role is crucial. Image: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

Ross Chainey, Digital Media Specialist, World Economic Forum

This article is part of the India Economic Summit


India’s growth has been instrumental in ensuring that South Asia is the fastest-growing region in the world. As the world economy undergoes a slowdown, it is critical that India continues on this trajectory to ensure regional and global growth. At the same time, the country should take a more active role in geo-strategic affairs. As the largest democracy and with a pluralistic society, India’s active global engagement has a symbolic significance. For this to be Asia’s century, India’s role is crucial.

The 2017 India Economic Summit, held in partnership with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), will explore these issues, and more. The meeting will take place in New Delhi from 4–6 October.

Here is our guide to how to follow #wefindia on our digital channels, as well as how to watch sessions online.

Join the conversation

Twitter

The official meeting hashtag is #wefindia. Follow tweets on this hashtag to keep up with everything going on at the meeting.

The World Economic Forum’s official Twitter account @wef has over 3 million followers.

You can also follow our communities: Global Shapers, Technology Pioneers, Schwab Foundation and Young Global Leaders.

Facebook

You can also join our 4 million followers on http://wef.ch/facebook. We will post highlights from the meeting and stream selected sessions live.

Instagram

Follow us on Instagram, here http://wef.ch/instagram.

LinkedIn

Follow the meeting on our LinkedIn page at http://wef.ch/linkedin.

Google+

Follow the meeting on Google+ at http://wef.ch/gplus.

YouTube

Live streamed session videos will be available on YouTube.

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Watch and embed our webcast sessions

Livestream

Key sessions and press conferences will be broadcast live as webcasts at http://wef.ch/ies17.

Video player: https://webcasts.weforum.org/widget/1/india2017?p=1&pi=1&ms=1

Add the full broadcast programme to your website and the videos will appear automatically once the meeting starts. Just copy and paste the following code in your website:

<iframe src=”https://webcasts.weforum.org/widget/1/india2017?p=1&pi=1&ms=1&th=1" 
width=”970px” height=”696px” frameborder=”0" scrolling=”no”></iframe>

This code will add a section to your website that will look like this:

For a more advanced version of the embed code click on the “embed” button where you can configure the player for a different language interface, a different background colour, 
set the autoplay to ‘on’ or ‘off’ and choose different video player layouts or sizes.

Option 2: Individual videos per session

You can embed any of the individual sessions being broadcast directly to your website. To do that, select the title of the session you want to embed and click on the embed button as indicated on the image below:

Photographs

A selection of the best pictures will be made available free of charge under the creative commons licence (cc-by-sa) on Flickr at http://wef.ch/pix.


Originally published at www.weforum.org.

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