During his two-day stay in Silicon Valley, he would begin and conclude his engagements with the Indian-American community, the last one being addressing a strong crowd of over 18,500 Indian-Americans at the SAP Centre in San Jose.
Moments after he flies in, Modi's motorcade would drive directly to a lunch hosted in his honour by the Indian Ambassador to the US which is being attended by top Indian American community leaders from across the country.
Sandwiched between his two community events would his visits to the campuses of iconic Tesla, Facebook and Google.
In addition he would hold meetings with who's who of the corporate leadership of the Silicon Valley – ranging from Tim Cook of Apple to Satya Nadela of Microsoft, Sunder Pichai of Google and Shantanu Narayen of Adobe.
The first-ever Indian Prime Minister to visit the Silicon Valley after it became the hub of global innovation and entrepreneurship, PM Modi's first engagement after the community dinner tonight would be to drive down to the iconic Tesla.
And this is precisely why the Prime Minister decided to visit Silicon Valley – to experience and learn firsthand the success story of iconic companies and leaders here with the sole objective of building a similar ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship in India, said Indian Ambassador to the US Arun K Singh.


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