New analysis released by the Mayor of London’s investment agency reveals Bengaluru as the world’s fastest-growing technology destination, with India’s financial centre of Mumbai also in the global top 10.
As the world limps out of 2020, a new US presidency is likely to guide the global hydrocarbons and renewables industry in a new direction. The implications for India, the world’s second largest oil importer, a signatory to the Paris Accord and the head of the International Solar Alliance, is likely to be profound.
Grouping has come a long way from an informal venue for exchanging views to a mature and stable network of multilateral interaction and a pillar of the global economy.
Smarter Grid Solutions (SGS) was recently awarded India’s first Active Network Management (ANM) contract by the electricity company, TANTRANSCO. In this exclusive interview, Alan Gooding, CEO of Smart Grid Solutions shares his insights on how new technologies like ANM can help India achieve its energy targets in a sustainable way.
Investors are looking past the immediate numbers and liking what they see. The Modi government’s far-reaching reforms promise to buoy demand and GDP growth in the coming years. So, the early birds are swooping in to book their pieces of the pie.
With such a large domestic market at their disposal, does it make sense for an Indian company to expand globally?
Armed with global ambitions, innovative products with international quality and remote access to most services around the world, Indian companies could be well poised for global domination. Some of the reason they should consider this leap are revenue diversification, enhanced brand value and access to international investors, among others.
In order to ensure that bounce in market demand does not peter out soon, despite rising sales, the government’s introduction of Stimulus 3.0 could be loaded with sound economic rationale and should go a long way in sustaining consumption, demand and growth.
GST collections are showing a growth trend; auto, FMCG, consumer durables and steel demand is up; many companies are stepping up investments in anticipation of better times ahead.
A new policy expected to be approved by the Modi Cabinet soon will see the government cede control of most of the 348 public sector units currently under its ownership and open up huge business opportunities for foreign and domestic investors.