DOING BUSINESS IN INDIA

5 good reasons to do business in India

1

India is the
world’s fastest
growing major
market

2

India is 25 years
behind China,
so opportunities
for development
remain abundant

3

India’s 1.3 billion
consumers have
increased spending
power and
aspirations for
foreign goods,
services and expertise

4

Prime Minsiter Modi’s
government is the
most pro-business
and investor friendly
in a generation

5

India offers an
abundance of high
quality and affordable
talent to support
local and
international
business needs

Key sector growth
areas for India

50% of India’s population (representing 10% of the worlds total population!) is under 25 and needs education/skills training. There is a huge lack of local infrastructure/faculty which sees 300,000 Indian students travel overseas every year and pay $20,000 – $50,000 per head to access quality education in the USA, UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Ireland.

Almost $1 trillion will be invested in India’s rail, roads, ports, power, water and communications infrastructure over the next few years feeding countless ancillary industries and supply chains.

Manufacturing – India’s “Make in India” Program creates a great opportunity to establish local manufacturing facilities for local and international distribution.

Growing at 24%, the F&B sector is attracting significant international investment as the sector becomes more organized and demands international brands, outlets, restaurants and supply chain infrastructure.

Silicon Valley’s success owes a lot to the skills of Indian tech engineers. Now Indians are leading these businesses (Microsoft, Nokia, Google, Adobe, Sun) and accessing more of the same expertise in India maintaining a cost advantage, attracting the brightest talent and ensuring they are well placed to serve the needs of the world’s second fastest growing tech consumer market – India.

Interesting Stats

1 in 5

of the world’s future
consumers live in India

22% of the world’s
population under 25 years old

1 in 6

of the world’s population
lives in one market

India

Over the next 25 years

50 million consumers will be added to the population of rich countries compared with one and a half billion people added to emerging economies.