Making Asia Easy · 16. January 2020
After traversing new milestones last year, the Asian dawn is set to rise even higher in 2020 with its GDP set to beat the GDP of the rest of the world combined. The region is poised to contribute 60% alone in the global growth with Asia-Pacific contributing whopping 90% of 2.4 billion new middle members entering into the global economy. A big chunk of this phenomenal growth is coming from India. The development will change the entire market landscape and give rise to several new decisions for...
Make in India · 07. January 2020
The Indian FMCG sector is slowly rolling the wheels down as it shifts gears to catch up with the growing trend of wellness in the country. This fad has had a large chunk of consumer population today who are ready to pay what it takes to see healthier options on their platter. It however isn’t even restricted to any particular class or group. Consumers are actually adjusting their budget to invest money on healthy food items. According to a report by Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce...
Make in India · 07. January 2020
India’s FMCG sector has undergone a substantial transformation in the past few decades owing to a number of factors such as rising income levels, changing consumer behavior, and urbanization. The future of the industry is quite positive also as major players seem to gain huge post GST implementation. The rural consumption has surpassed the industry expectation as modern retail is set to grow 3 times in the next 5 years. Increase in disposable income and change in lifestyle choices are two...
Make in India · 07. January 2020
The Indian pharmaceutical industry has a variety of characteristics that help it stand out from the rest. It has branded generics dominating the retail market with a share of about 70-80%. Local players are ruling the roost thanks to early investments and formulation development capabilities. And, last but not the least, low price levels driven by a really strong domestic competition. Enhanced medical infrastructure and growing income levels are two key factors that are driving the growth in...
Make in India · 20. December 2019
According to a recent report by Baker McKenzie, India is poised to mark M&A deals of over USD 52 billion in 2019. This proves that India’s mergers and acquisition scene is way more stable than other countries currently battling a stiff headwind. One of the major reasons behind M&A stability in India is growing private investments owing to promising business environment. Baker McKenzie’s Global Transaction forecast has also predicted that India’s GDP will grow by 7% between 2019...
Make in India · 20. December 2019
Taking your business to a new market can pose a variety of challenges making your business expansion journey sort of difficult. The thought of operating your company within the boundaries of local regulations and managing stakeholders at the same time that too in a business environment you have limited knowledge of is downright daunting. Globalization has for sure opened doors of international markets for us but it is our response to underlying challenges that makes our business successful in a...
India Automotive · 20. December 2019
India’s automobile industry is one of the largest in the world. It manufactures 25 million vehicles annually, out of which over 3.5 million are exported to other countries. In the year 2019, India’s automobile exports grew 14.5% and is poised to grow at a CAGR of 3.05% during 2016-2026. Initiatives taken by the Indian Government and automobile players are driving the country’s automobile industry to new heights. With this consistent growth, India is expected to emerge as the third largest...
Make in India · 12. December 2019
Gone are the days when outsizing your immediate competitors was enough to mark success in the retail arena. The rules of the game have changed today way faster than you can probably imagine. Top local retailers who enjoyed high profit margins back then are now just a part of a winning strategy or formula to say. Amid rising consumer demand and digital advancements, innovation is the food for success in retail now. And it’s not just for brands out there churning out distinct products with this...
India Automotive · 07. December 2019
The Indian government lowered its target from 100% electric vehicles by 2030 to just 30%. But India’s ambitions for the future of its electric vehicles market remain immense. And the government is working on plans to require all two-wheelers to be electric by 2026. Read more on FORBES.
Make in India · 04. December 2019
According to a report released by Bain & Company’s latest luxury edition in collaboration with Fondazione Altagamma, Asia has once again emerged as one of the largest luxury markets globally. The continent is helping the entire industry grow at constant 4% exchange rate in 2019 due to which it has achieved a feat of whopping €1.3 trillion in luxury segment. Lead author of the 18th edition Claudia D’Arpizio also stated during a media interaction that the growth in the global luxury...

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