A large proportion of European companies fall well short of the sales targets they have set themselves in India. However, this has not only been the case since "Corona", but is a chronic phenomenon. Contrary to the
More and more companies want/need to make their supply chains more resilient and are therefore now looking to India for new or additional suppliers. In the last few months, this question has been addressed by the
Current business situation and outlook The Indian economy has been severely damaged by Covid-19 and the lockdown. The IMF forecasts negative growth of minus 10.3 per cent for India. This also suffers
Invitation to the Virtual Expert Panel, on Wednesday, December 2, 2020, 11:00 am to 12:15 pm CET According to the Business Climate Index India, 58 percent of medium-sized companies from the Germany, Austria
From our discussions with customers and current empirical surveys, we know that since the outbreak of the Corona crisis, almost 60 percent of German companies in India have had to contend with falling sales figures. Every second company already sees itself forced to operate with less
India is now the fifth largest automotive market (passenger cars) in the world. In addition, India ranks seventh as a manufacturer of commercial vehicles and has long been the global number one in motorised two-wheelers.
It is not only the Indian government and industry that want to become greener. According to Mohan Murti (Director Europe, Reliance Industries), it's the people of India who want the change when it comes to the environment.
We all entered new territory this spring. Because Covid-19 has changed a lot in business life: for example, how we work together in and between companies or how we find solutions for the
As part of the WB India Summit 2020, we discussed the current situation and the challenges on the ground with five selected sales experts for India. In spite of all the bad news about falling sales and