We work across multiple sectors as under and each vertical is headed by an industry specialist who has thorough knowledge of the talent requirement across middle and senior positions.
Liberal policies, Government support and huge development in other economic segments have made the Indian banking industry more progressive and inclusive with regard to global banking standards. According to an IBA-FICCI-BCG report, India’s gross domestic product (GDP) growth will make the Indian banking industry the third largest in the world by 2025. According to the report, the domestic banking industry is set for an exponential growth in coming years with its assets size poised to touch USD 28,500 billion by the turn of the 2025.
India is one of the top 10 economies in the world, where the banking sector has tremendous potential to grow.
This industry is currently estimated to employ around 40-45 lac people and is expected to provide job opportunities for 80-90 lac people by the year 2022 thus almost doubling the existing numbers.
The BFSI (Banking, Financial Services and Insurance) sector is tipped to grown substantially in the coming years as the GDP grows and with new players joining in every year the search for quality talent is always a challenge for our clients, we support industry for fresh talent across multiple business verticals:
As per FICCI the Indian retail industry has experienced high growth over the last decade with a noticeable shift towards organised retailing formats. The industry is moving towards a modern concept of retailing. The size of India’s retail market was estimated at US$ 435 billion in 2010. Of this, US$ 414 billion (95% of the market) was traditional retail and US$ 21 billion (5% of the market) was organized retail. India’s retail market is expected to grow at 7% over the next 10 years, reaching a size of US$ 850 billion by 2020. Traditional retail is expected to grow at 5% and reach a size of US$ 650 billion (76%), while organized retail is expected to grow at 25% and reach a size of US$ 200 billion by 2020.
As India’s retail industry is aggressively expanding itself, great demand for real estate is being created. The cumulative retail demand for real estate across India is expected to reach 43 million square feet by 2013. Around 46 per cent of the total estimated demand between 2009 and 2013 will be come from Tier-1 cities. The sector is tipped to be one of the largest recruiters of talent in the next 10 years and with regulatory changes envisaged we will see many new players joining this industry in the coming years.
We provide fresh talent for the sector across:
The Indian Information Technology (IT) and Information Technology enabled Services (ITeS) sectors go hand-in-hand in every aspect. The industry has not only transformed India’s image on the global platform, but also fuelled economic growth by energising higher education sector (especially in engineering and computer science). The industry has employed almost 10 million Indians and hence, has contributed a lot to social transformation in the country. Furthermore, Indian firms, across all other sectors, largely depend on the IT &ITeS service providers to make their business processes efficient and streamlined.
Indian manufacturing sector has the highest IT spending followed by automotive, chemicals and consumer products industries. India’s IT-business process outsourcing (BPO) industry revenue is expected to cross US$ 225 billion mark by 2020, according to a Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) report, titled ‘The SMAC Code-Embracing New Technologies for Future Business’.
India is expected to become world’s second-largest online community after China with 213 million internet users by December 2013 and 243 million by June 2014, according to a report by Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) and IMRB International. India’s total IT industry’s (including hardware) share in the global market stands at 7 per cent; in the IT segment the share is 4 per cent while in the ITeS space the share is 2 per cent. India’s IT and BPO sector exports are expected to grow by 12-14 per cent in FY14 to touch US$ 84 billion – US$ 87 billion, according to Nasscom.
We can provide fresh talent for the sector across:
India has the potential to become the number one tourist destination in the world with the demand growing at 10.1 per cent per annum, the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has predicted. The WTO (World Travel Organisation) predicts that India will receive 25 million tourists by year 2015. Major attractions in India are the world’s highest mountains, miles of coastline with excellent beaches, tropical forests and wildlife, desert safari, lagoon backwaters, ancient monuments, forts and palaces, adventure tourism and, of course, the Taj Mahal.
India currently has over 200,000 hotel rooms spread across hotel categories and guest-houses and is still facing a shortfall of over 100,000 rooms (source: FHRAI). The country is witnessing an unprecedented growth in hotel constructions and will be adding almost 114,000 hotel guest rooms to its inventory over the next five years. (source: HVS)
The earlier setbacks in global tourism have strengthened the Department of Tourism’s resolve to promote India’s tourism through aggressive marketing strategies through its campaign ‘Incredible India’. The ‘marketing mantra’ for the Department of Tourism is to position India as a global brand to take advantage of the burgeoning global travel and trade and the vast untapped potential of India as a destination.
We can provide talent across: