#INDIA-UK, #Special Edition – May 2017

Now that Mrs May has triggered formal divorce proceedings with the EU, India Inc. CEO Manoj Ladwa explains how the UK could learn a lesson or two from the Japanese on getting up close to Modi’s India.

The late Sir James Goldsmith, the billionaire financier who spent a considerable part of his personal fortune on a campaign to force Great Britain out of the European Union, once famously said: “When a man marries his mistress, he creates a job vacancy.”

#2016, #Yearend 2016, #World View

The New Year should mark a period of inward reflection for one of India’s truly global conglomerates – the Tata Group.

What is common between Walmart, Apple, Google, General Electric, Volkswagen, HSBC and the Tata Group? These are all highly successful profitable companies or conglomerates that have branched out from their home countries to almost every corner of the world.

#2016, #Yearend 2016, #World View

The Tata Group is India’s most successful global firm but its geographical spread may not always be a good thing.

The Tata Group is a much respected, admired and valued conglomerate in India and one that is also highly successful. Very often the two do not go hand in hand. It is also perceived as a very ethical corporate group, having played a significant role in nation building since its inception in 1868 – creating country’s first steel plant, power station, luxury hotel, domestic airline and information and technology company.

#India-EU, #2016, #Special Edition - November 2016

Amit Bajaj is Chief Executive – Europe for Tata Consultancy Services, one of India’s leading software services firms. In this ‘India Global Business’ exclusive, he traces the Mumbai-headquartered IT giant’s 40-year footprint across Europe, what the region has to offer the Indian IT sector and the inevitable impact of Brexit.

#July/August 2016, #2016, #Last Word

‘India Global Business’ calls out for government hand-holding to make the most of opportunities arising out of this seismic shift in the global order.

A lot has been written on how Brexit will affect the Indian economy. But a disproportionate amount of attention has been paid on the impact on India’s domestic economy and its export prospects. Not enough has been spoken about how it could affect India Inc’s appetite for acquiring British and EU assets – both production facilities and brands – that could help domestic Indian companies ramp up their global presence.