ValueNotes Connect – January 2014

ValueNotes Connect
Welcome to the January issue of ValueNotes Connect.We hope you are well and that 2014 has started off on a good note.January is an apt time to prepare yourself for the rest of the year. To start 2014 off, and to tell us what lies ahead, Arun Jethmalani brings us his assessment of the state of the research and competitive intelligence industry in India, and lists the top trends for 2014.We also focus on another sector in this issue –
The construction industry is the second largest employer in India. A recent report by Global Construction Perspectives and Oxford Economics states that India will become the world’s third largest construction market by 2025. In this context, we take a look at the sub-sectors of the construction industry, and explore their growth opportunities –
– Varsha Chitale tells us how the new government legislations in India’s real estate industry will help construction materials companies develop better business strategies
– Aniket Pargaonkar explores the opportunities in the roof tile market in IndiaWe hope you enjoy reading our newsletter, and as always, we look forward to your comments.Warm regards.
New legislation will help construction materials companies develop better business strategies
by Varsha Chitale
New legislation will help construction materials companies develop better business strategies Construction is the second largest employer in India. Real estate constitutes a big chunk of this and is expected to grow rapidly in the medium and long term. However, analysing the opportunities in this sector is an uphill battle, considering the lack of data, and the large number of small, unorganised players. Will the Real Estate Regulation and Development Bill change this scenario?
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Opportunities in the roof tile market in India
by Aniket Pargaonkar
Opportunities in the roof tile market in India The roof tiles industry in India is highly fragmented, with a large number of small, local firms dispersed across the country. Most of them, manufacturers of clay roof tiles, do not have a presence on the Internet and are therefore hard to locate. This does not mean that the sub-sector cannot be studied; in fact we successfully identified opportunities for a foreign supplier.
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Top-ten research and competitive intelligence trends 2014 – India
by Arun Jethmalani
Top-ten research and competitive intelligence trends 2014 - India The business research and competitive/market intelligence landscape in India will evolve in 2014. We will see numerous trends – an increase in strategic research, emphasis shifting to small towns, increased globalisation with a new focus on organic growth in overseas markets, to name a few.
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