The world, as we know it, has changed. Much of mankind today has not witnessed change of this scale. And having followed a drastically different pattern of life for an extended period, when we get out of this forced quarantine, business will have to face a new norm. To take our mind away from theContinue reading “The World after COVID- Top 10 Trends to Impact Business”
Tag Archives: International Trade
India’s Real Estate/ Construction Sector Circa 2030- How about building infrastructure for half the US population? Or 5 times Canada?
If projects in the pipeline were any indication of a sector’s growth, this industry has some some impressive numbers that companies out to tap global markets ought to take note: India’s infrastructure, in terms of projects planned, till 2030 include: $98 billion on 432 projects for Roads $90 billion on more than 400 projects inContinue reading “India’s Real Estate/ Construction Sector Circa 2030- How about building infrastructure for half the US population? Or 5 times Canada?”
Thick Crust Pizzas and the Great India Opportunity
Business owners often ask me “Which industries, do you think, have good potential in India?” My response has always been “Practically any”.
Let me give you an example: We all know that India has been going through an IT and BPO boom for years now, with companies running 24X7 offices where young Indians answer customer calls and write code for organizations from Seattle to Sydney. One such location which has a concentration of such IT companies is what’s referred to, as the IT Corridor, in Chennai in India- an area called OMR. Thousands of youth, male and female
Canada, India & the Middle East: The Opportunity Triangle
If you are in the business of International Trade or if you are a Canadian entrepreneur or SME looking to explore the potential for your business in global markets, this year’s FITT’s 14th National Conference: The Road to Trade Success must interest you. I will be one of the speakers at this event at HolidayContinue reading “Canada, India & the Middle East: The Opportunity Triangle”