Ada Dyndo

President, WICCI's India-EU Business Council
Poland-India Business Advisor

Ada Dyndo – President of WICCI’s India-EU Business Council, Poland-India Business Advisor 

Ada Dyndo is an accomplished communication and cross-cultural business professional dedicated to fostering collaboration between Poland/EU and India. With over eight years of experience in India, she has held key leadership positions, serving as the Head of the Polish Investment and Trade Agency and as a Principal Consultant at a Europe-India project advisory company in New Delhi.

Ada’s significant contributions in these roles earned her recognition in 2021 from the Europe India Centre for Business and Industry, where she was honored as one of the Top under 40 Europe-India leaders, playing a crucial role in shaping the future of EU-India relations.

In 2022, Ada took the initiative to establish the WICCI’s India-EU Business Council, a pioneering networking platform aimed at empowering women in the India-EU business corridor under the Women’s Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Her leadership within this forum is dedicated to fostering connections, driving collaboration, and promoting gender equality. In acknowledgment of her efforts, Ada received the Women Leadership Excellence Award by Trescon in 2023.

Ada is an active advocate for gender equality in business and engages in discussions about Europe-India business opportunities at various international events, including the Economic Times Global Business Summit, Bengaluru Tech Summit, Vibrant Gujarat, and the Europe India Leaders Conference at the European Parliament. Her continuous efforts contribute to collaboration and underscore the impact of women in shaping the EU-India business corridor.

In addition to her professional engagements in India, Ada is an Indologist with two Master’s degrees in Indian Studies and Eurasian Studies from the University of Warsaw, supported by two Bachelor’s degrees. Her academic journey includes doctoral studies in Social Sciences, focusing on India, as well as international studies in Nepal, India, and Thailand. Proficient in Polish, English, French, Hindi, and Urdu, Ada brings a diverse skill set to her business collaborations. 


Economic Disruption: We live in an era of disruption in which powerful global forces are changing how we live and work. Powerful disruptions are changing our world. The gig economy, remote work, and the sharing economy have disrupted traditional employment models. The new generation is often at the forefront of these economic changes, seeking flexibility and independence in their careers.

Technological Disruption: The new generation is witnessing rapid technological advancements and digital transformation. They are at the forefront of embracing and driving these changes, leading to disruptions in various industries. Examples include the rise of blockchain, artificial intelligence, and the gig economy. Frontier technologies such as the Internet of Things, smart robotics, automation, and artificial intelligence are boosting productivity growth, raising prosperity, and replacing mundane or dangerous tasks. They have the potential to do good across a wide range of domains, from healthcare to education

Cultural Disruption: Social movements and changing cultural norms are disrupting traditional societal structures. The new generation is actively involved in advocating for gender equality, LGBTQ+ rights, and racial justice, challenging the status quo and pushing for more inclusive societies. The connection between resilience, equity and inclusion is widely accepted by policymakers: evidence has shown that creating more equitable and inclusive societies is a crucial part of any economic strategy focused on resilience and recovery.

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Skill Development: The new generation places a strong emphasis on personal growth and development. They prioritize continuous learning, self-improvement, and mental well-being. Tools like online courses, self-help apps, and social networks play a significant role in their development journey. It is important to have a conversation about how to begin closing the gap between what our students are learning and what the demands of the workforce will be once they enter. Half of us will need to reskill in the next five years, as the "double disruption" of the economic impacts of the pandemic and increasing automation transforming jobs takes hold.

Sustainable Development: This generation of leaders bears the responsibility of preserving and advancing the legacies of their businesses while actively championing sustainable practices across businesses, governments, local communities, and personal lifestyle changes to secure a brighter future for the planet. Sustainability, the buzzword across the world today, will have to take on a new avatar and become the soul of every organization - business or otherwise. Businesses cannot succeed in societies that fail.

Social Development: The next generation is deeply rooted in creating positive change in society by incorporating CSR, promoting digital literacy, improving access to quality education, and supporting public health initiatives. Smart living is about adapting the fruits of technology through models that are scalable, profitable and, importantly, ecologically and socially more sustainable.

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Geographical Diversification: The prime focus of the new-gen leaders will be on a geographic diversification strategy, either domestically or internationally, aiming to integrate its products and services as a routine in consumers’ lifestyles. This will mitigate the risks associated with regional economic fluctuations. In an interconnected world, diversity, shaped by globalization and technological advances, forms the fabric of modern society.

Business Diversification: The strategic expansion and diversification of businesses with investments in newer business avenues, will enhance the return on investment, reflecting the forward-thinking approach of the next-generation leaders' eagerness to innovate. Companies are discovering that, by supporting and promoting diverse products and services, they are gaining benefits that go beyond the optics.

Workforce Diversification: To achieve geographical and business diversification, the next generation of leaders will aim at prioritizing workforce diversity, to boost job growth and create together a multitude of ideas and perspectives, igniting innovation and creativity. In times of increasing disruption and uncertainty, companies need to continue to prioritize diversity and inclusiveness (D&I) for the benefit of their culture — and their bottom line.

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