good morning indian industry

good morning indian industry - GOOD MORNING FUTURE CAPTAINS...

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GOOD MORNING FUTURE CAPTAINS OF THE GREAT INDIAN INDUSTRY WE SALUTE YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP WELCOME TO THE EXCITING ENTREPRENEUR WORLD
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WHAT IS INDUSTRY ? Industry in our context would be described as INDUS + TRY INDUS STANDS FOR INDUS VALLEY CIVILISATION OR THE INDIAN SUB CONTINENT TRY STRIVE HARD FOR ECONOMIC SUCCESS
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Richard Gordon, Chairman, Senate Committee on Tourism, Philippines, declared that, "India is going to boom."
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Gianni de Michelis, Member of the European Parliament, Brussels, said that My perception of India is that it is a land of opportunity
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Jim Goodnight, Chief Executive Officer, SAS, USA says that The people force of India is growing fast and well
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Percy Barnevik, Honorary Chairman, Sandvik, Sweden The biggest potential in India is to mass mobilize 350 million people Mobilizing them into entrepreneurship will make a tremendous difference to India's economy An NGO in Tamil Nadu has helped 80,000 women organize themselves into self help groups. Thirty five percent of these 5,000 projects are agri projects and 10% are agri related industrial activities.
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India: requirements for growth Ashish Singh, Managing Director & Partner, 10% growth target will be achieved via a combination of growth drivers, both existing and emerging. Focusing primarily on the domestic market the growth drivers are: financial services, consumer durables (including automotive) and a few others New sectors emerging include retail, infrastructure, and real estate.
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OUR GURU H.E. FORMER PRESIDENT OF INDIA
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ENTREPRENEUR RICH NDIA India has no dearth of entrepreneurs.  In fact, India has over 42 million  enterprises as compared to fewer  than 6 million in the US. Many of  these would be micro-enterprises  like the vegetable vendors, the  paan   shops and similar.
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YOUTH NEEDS ICONS Youth are increasingly celebrity conscious. Indians who have made lasting social and economic impact are often not visible as role models .
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SUCCESS STORY Karsanbhai Khodidas Patel , the founder of Rs. 2500 crore (US$ 500 million) “NIRMA” group, is from an agricultural family from Mehsana North Gujarat. After completing his B.Sc. in Chemistry, he worked as Lab Assistant from the age of 21years in New Cotton Mills.
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Dr. Karsanbhai Khodidas Patel started a small-scale enterprise by introducing a quality detergent powder Nirma, (named after his daughter Nir upa ma ) and it became a hugely successful brand. Quality & Quantity
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2010 for the course KNOWLEDGE 5654 taught by Professor Mr.david during the Spring '10 term at IESE Business School.

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