Mega Trends Driving India's Growth Story

Jun 18th 2015

Short Description:

Frost & Sullivan Senior Partner Sarwant Singh and Team Lead Archana Vidyasekar with guest speakers K Ganesh, serial entrepreneur, co founder & chairman Portea Medical, and VC Gopalratnam, president IT and CIO - APJ&C, chief of strategy, planning and operations, Cisco India, to present important information on Mega Trends in India. The experts will have a panel discussion about new findings that affect the market, followed by a live question-and-answer session.

You Will Discover:

In May 2014, India entered the top 10 stock markets in the world for the first time when the average market cap of its companies surpassed that of Australia and South Korea. This entry into the top 10 heavily reflects on the economic turnaround in India, which last year suffered from currency devaluations and fragile economic situations. Thus begins India’s resurgence story as the world waits with anticipation for the economic giant to take poise.

This presentation will weigh in India’s future prospects, examining exogenous factors and Mega Trends that will drive India’s growth story over the next 10 years. This presentation provides visionary insights into the impact of connectivity and convergence on our future lives, driven by the rapid proliferation of 4 billion connected devices by 2020. These new services will create innovative applications; enable seamless access and ubiquitous connectivity in the main home, work, and city sectors. In the city environment, smart cities will create new convergence opportunities as players compete to offer smarter solutions for India’s urban architecture.

Attend this webinar to discover:

  • The prospects, potential and capabilities of smart cities development in India.
  • The future direction of urban movement of mega city corridors and networked, integrated and branded cities, and evaluating opportunities/threats arising out of the same.
  • Insights into future demographic trends and the next generation of social networking.
  • New emerging industries, such as online retail which is growing at an exponential rate.
  • The implications arising from more than $1 trillion of expected infrastructure spending.
  • The opportunities arising from expected 4 billion connected devices in 2020.
  • The new business models such as Value for Many and implications on markets and business strategies.


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