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by: Evalueserve,
type: Articles
in: 48 India

Over the past several years, investors have earned massive profits in the Indian market. However, beyond the tech-heavy activity that has driven much of these profits, there are many new and interesting areas that private equity (PE) and venture capital (VC) firms are now aggressively looking to take advantage of. The Indian market is certainly unique. Therefore, investment players, who are new to India, are required to have an in-depth understanding of this market and make some behavioural adjustments in order to maximise their returns. In addition to the required capital, proper research in a challenging market, subtle and savvy managerial skills and a healthy dose of patience must also be invested to ensure success. In this article, Evalueserve’s analysis shows that those who manage the fundamentals and persevere stand to make significant gains in the years ahead. And, their impact will be felt not only in India, but also on the global economy.more....

by: Evalueserve,
type: Articles
in: 48 India

Similar to the US, the Indian banking industry too has undergone several changes since the initiation of financial sector reforms in 1992. Deposits and credit have grown at a fast pace driven by the booming economy, increasing disposable income and increased corporate activity; credit penetration has increased significantly though it remains way below the numbers in developed markets; and foreign banks have set the trend in product and service innovation. more....

by: Evalueserve, Greenfield Online,
type: Articles
in: 48 India

Evalueserve and Greenfield Online conducted a survey among 100 top Indian executives to understand their opinions on the recent mergers and acquisitions (“M&A”) by Indian organizations. Aimed at senior finance and strategy executives and M&A analysts, the survey results throw up some interesting insights.more....

by: Evalueserve,
type: Articles
in: 48 India

A recent study conducted by research and analytics firm, Evalueserve, has shown that Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) graduates are expanding their career choices beyond the traditional engineering and technology opportunities. There has been a noticeable shift towards consulting and financial services as well as continued interest in entrepreneurial aspirations. This shift is likely related to the buoyant Indian economy, a surging Indian stock market, and the increased earnings potential in these sectors.more....

by: Evalueserve,
type: Articles
in: 48 India

Many Indian families will not experience the same struggles as the Ganguli family depicted in the famed book and movie, “The Namesake”, as it seems most fresh college graduates in India now prefer not to leave India. It is well known that graduates from the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITians) have historically preferred to move to the United States or other countries to pursue higher studies and explore more attractive career opportunities. However, preferences have changed during the last few years according to a recent survey of 677 IITians by Evalueserve – a global research and analytics’ firm. Among IITians who graduated during 1964 and 2001, 35% moved to countries other than India, while 65% remained. However, among IITians who graduated in 2002 and later (including the graduating class of 2008), only 16% moved while 84% remained in India. Recent graduates also believe that India will be the most promising geography for IIT graduates in 10 years.more....

by: Evalueserve,
type: Articles
in: 48 India

This is an updated report on Knowledge Process Outsourcing with figures that analyse the predictions for the future growth of KPO in India that we made more than three years ago. In this new study, we review the evolution of KPO to date and update our predictions for the industry for the rest of the decade.more....

by: Evalueserve,
type: Articles
in: 48 India

The Venture Capital market in India seems to be getting as hot as the country’s famous summers. However, this potential over-exuberance may lead to some stormy days ahead, based on sobering research compiled by global research and analytics services firm, Evalueserve.more....

by: Evalueserve,
type: Articles
in: 48 India

Evalueserve believes that there is a huge opportunity for international technical universities and research institutes to assist India in meeting the demand for trained R&D professionals. Evalueserve also provides an overview of some possible business models that international universities could consider for establishing their presence in India.more....

by: Evalueserve,
type: Articles
in: 48 India

The concept of ‘Bottom of the Pyramid’ (BOP) was proposed by C.K Prahalad and Hammod in 2002. It refers to the approximate 4 billion people across the globe with a purchasing power of EUR 1000 per year or less. The article attempts to provide insights into the Indian Bottom of the Pyramid market segment and the potential it could offer to a multinational company to expand its market and build a global base here.more....

by: Evalueserve,
type: Articles
in: 48 India

Evalueserve believes that there is a huge opportunity for international technical universities and research institutes to assist India in meeting the demand for trained R&D professionals. Evalueserve also provides an overview of some possible business models that international universities could consider for establishing their presence in India.more....

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