- India Inc. most optimistic about rise in exports; cautious business optimism as economic uncertainty spikes
- PE investments in India in 2018 matched the record-breaking levels reached in 2017
- Grant Thornton wins the best Sports Consulting Firm at Assocham’s Sports Excellence awards 2019
- The education sector in India must be re-aligned to create a talent pool to embrace Industry 4.0, says Grant Thornton-PHDCCI report
- UK is front runner as largest western investor in India – CBI/Grant Thornton
Striving towards excellence in the sports advisory space, Grant Thornton in India wins the Best Sports Services Consulting Firm at Assocham’s Sports Excellence awards 2019 during their “National Summit & Awards on Sports Business: Infrastructure, Investment and Merchandising” held in New Delhi today.
2018 saw PE/VC investments worth $20.5 billion, the same as in 2017, across 786 transactions. According to the seventh edition of Grant Thornton’s The Fourth Wheel 2019 report, the volumes were driven by tech-enabled start-ups, e-commerce and information technology (IT)/IT enabled service (ITeS).
India Inc. most optimistic about rise in exports; cautious business optimism as economic uncertainty spikes
According to the latest results of Grant Thornton’s International Business Report (IBR), India has emerged as the most optimistic nation for export expectations despite the increasing economic uncertainty all around. This is a significant jump from Q4 2017 where the country ranked 18th on this parameter and only 18% respondents vouched for an increase in exports as compared to 54% in H2 2018.
The United Kingdom has strengthened its investments in India to become the largest single western investor, while British companies have created over 422,000 jobs in India since the turn of the century, according to the CBI and Grant Thornton India’s Sterling Assets: Britain Meets India report.
The education sector in India must be re-aligned to create a talent pool to embrace Industry 4.0, says Grant Thornton-PHDCCI report
While India holds a competitive advantage in leveraging Industry 4.0 to disrupt the manufacturing sector, the country needs to revisit the standard of education at school and college levels and re-align it to the growing needs of today’s technology-driven times, suggests a Grant Thornton-PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry report titled Industry 4.0: Transforming the manufacturing landscape released at the Industry 4.0 Global Summit organised by PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry today.