Delhi is the most attractive state for investors, followed by Tamil Nadu and Gujarat, based on the NCAER’s assessment of doing business in 21 Indian states.
How entrants like Patanjali can unseat top consumer goods firms in India using the ‘Ayurveda’ brand and what it means for the larger FMCG market.
India offers tax, business, and regulatory incentives to foreign investors in the electronics manufacturing sector to service the huge domestic market, scale down imports, and increase exports.
India’s entertainment business is rapidly diversifying and expanding across new and old industry segments – streaming, local language content, TV.
The love for sport in India is moving beyond the game of cricket towards a wide variety of sports, resulting in the growth of viewership, participation, and sports-related industries.
India’s large labor market needs to be serviced by a competent higher education system – a priority under the current Modi government that is increasingly dependent on private sector and foreign investments.
Rising demand for automation in India’s manufacturing sector is creating new space for the application of industrial internet of things (IIoT).
Major sports events like the FIFA World Cup and domestic leagues such as the IPL and PKL have created new opportunities for advertising, retail, and services in India.