Reportedly, the corporates have expressed interest to be a part of 'Make in India' campaign. Here is what some of the CEOs said:
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein: "We discussed India. We are enthusiastic about the changes and the reforms in India and we are anxious to do our part in making India a better place. The meeting was very good. He is a very charismatic leader."
General Electric CEO Jeffery Immelt: It was an "excellent" meeting, Immelt Jeffery said, "GE is a long term investor in India. We look forward to more in the future." Modi is a PM with "good head set for business", he said and expressed hope that Modi would continue to "drive the reform process".
BlackRock CEO Laurence Flik: "Black Rock will host global investors meet in India, early 2015," External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin tweeted.
Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga: India-origin CEO Ajay Banga praised the Prime Minister for being a good listener and that he believed that Modi can execute plans like the way he did in Gujarat.
PepsiCo's chief Indra Nooyi: "Modi's answers questions brilliantly and is very focused on improving India. So, we are thrilled to be working with him".
IBM CEO Virginia Rometty: The US-based global technology giant IBM has been impressed by Modi and has taken keen interest in being a part of India's newly-launched initiatives like Smart Cities and Digital India.