Making India Easy

Making India Easy · 04. May 2021
Most attractive: Indian Emerging Market India has been one of the fastest-growing Asian economies in the world over the last few years. Some of the major stimuli to this growth are the rising demands of a large consumer base and significant development of the IT and manufacturing sectors. As per the latest statistics presented by the World Bank, the annual growth of the Indian emerging market between 2009 and 2019 was about 8.4%. This was considerably higher than the global average growth of...
Making India Easy · 04. April 2021
According to an industrial and logistics consultancy report, India’s economy has doubled over the past decade, and its FY-2020 GDP saw an increase of 4.2%. The report also estimates that India will become the 3rd largest consumer market for the United States by 2030. Another consultant also reports that India is currently the 5th largest Unicorn base worldwide, with about 21 unicorns collectively valued at USD 73.2 billion and is expected to have approximately 100 unicorns by 2025. The...
Making India Easy · 04. April 2021
According to a 2020 National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) survey, India is home to 520+ business incubators and accelerators and records the 3rd highest number of active programs in the world. This unprecedented growth is a result of a rapidly developing industrial ecosystem and increased foreign investment in the country from 2009-2019. As per a study shared by Datalabs in 2020, India emerged as a hotspot for entrepreneurship and received a massive investment of $63...
Making India Easy · 03. March 2021
Indian Pharmaceutical Industry The Indian pharmaceutical sector witnessed considerable growth following the COVID-19 crisis. In fact, India’s active pharmaceutical ingredients market (API) was forecasted to clock revenue of $6 billion by the end of 2020. Such a rapidly growing sector is expected to witness catalytic development of newer trends in 2021, like artificial intelligence, big data and analytics, NLP (natural language processing), Internet of Things, blockchain, and other Industry...
Making India Easy · 03. March 2021
Things to keep in mind while Entering or Expanding in the Indian Market via M&A Route In India, the mergers and acquisitions activity has been largely resilient despite the highs and lows throughout 2015 – 2019. The Indian market witnessed more than 3500 M&A transactions having an aggregate value of greater than USD 310 billion. Sectors such as industrial goods, energy, telecom & media represented more than 60% of deals by volume and value. The Government initiatives and policies...
Making India Easy · 16. February 2021
Manufacturing Plant Setup in India The past year saw a slump in new greenfield projects in India, but with the pandemic now on its last legs, an affable attitude towards new greenfield projects is apparent in India. For instance, according to a report by Economic times, West Bengal govt. has put 6000 acres of land meant for Greenfield projects in a land bank and is now inviting industries to set up their manufacturing projects. Along with this, a ‘mega greenfield’ project is underway with...
Making India Easy · 15. January 2021
If you are planning Global Business Expansion these are the few reasons and factors to consider India in your plan. One of the main reasons organizations decide to go global is to improve their expansion and growth potential. For growth-minded business owners, the world is their oyster. Seeking international growth by going global offers numerous opportunities. However, entering any new geography comes with its own challenges, which can be either establishing a new market for your products or...
Making India Easy · 07. January 2021
The year 2020 has been difficult for most sectors, and the COVID situation has uncovered and exacerbated the prevailing susceptibilities in the Indian economy, coupled with the philanthropic concerns and subdued strategy answers. India has become a hotspot for the COVID-19 pandemic and the cases are on the rise and if the ever-increasing trend continues, India will soon surpass the US. India faced a lockdown from March 24, 2020, to May 31, 2020, which is known as the strongest lockdown...
Making India Easy · 07. January 2021
On April 1st, the Information Technology Ministry had notified a scheme, as a part of the National Policy on Electronics that would give 4-6% incentives to electronics companies, dealing with mobile phones and other components like diodes, resistors, capacitors and nano-components. According to the scheme, companies producing phones in India that sell for Rs.15,000 or USD 200 or more will be awarded an incentive of up to 6% on incremental sales of such mobiles. In the same light, companies...
Making India Easy · 19. December 2020
When officials or businesspersons think about manufacturing, China is the first name that comes to mind. However, different countries are preparing to grab the public eye, namely, India. India is proving itself to the other nations that it has the manufacturing potential, and there are various reasons for this. Firstly, India is the third-largest economy in the purchasing power parity, as compared to the US and China; its intellectual property is respected; it has a large pool of engineers and...

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