Factor Global Consulting to organize series of events to help Indian firms tap into Global markets

Under it’s Global Business Expansion Program to export 1000 Indian Mid Size Service Brands to opportune markets by 2018

Online PR News – 19-April-2014 – New Delhi / India – World economy will be $ 95 trillion by 2030 and 70% of that will be from developing countries, the greatest opportunities for businesses to profit are in emerging markets, where Three Billion People will enter the middle class. In Africa only, consumer oriented industries will grow by $ 400 Billion. According to a Mckinsey report world needs $ 57 trillion worth of new investment in infrastructure by 2030 primarily concentrated in developing / emerging world.

Indian Enterprises will witness unprecedented growth in next 15 years than in all of human history; but can we really tap in to global markets as leaders?

Venus Barak, President Factor Global consulting quotes: India finds itself in a unique position. Our extraordinary success in the service sector export has opened windows to expand our horizons from not just domestic consumption but to serve and acquire coming up 3 billion middle class consumers located in 70+ emerging and developing economies.

She adds: India should be a torchbearer especially when it comes to service sector globally. Service sector is our sweet spot when it comes to export and this is where we have a chance against china.

We have to integrate the volatility of today’s world in our business growth goals to be able to create a substantial impact in world’s economy in next two decades.

Telecom, Information Technology, Education, Financial, B2B, Health, real estate, Training, Travel and Tourism, alternative energy, agriculture, retail, construction, Automobile, transport, logistics are some of the priority sector witnessing consistent growth.

According to report from CATO Institute: 20 Years of Economic reforms in India

• India’s fast growth has not been based on using cheap labor for labor-intensive exports, the development path taken by other asian counterparts in¬cluding China.

• India’s booming ex-ports are brain-intensive, not just labor-intensive. This is a totally new develop¬ment model unmatched by any other developing country. It means India is well positioned to march up the value ladder.

• India is best known for its com¬puter software exports, but this sector accounts for no more than 2 percent of GDP.

• Other services exports (legal, en¬gineering, and medical services, R&D) have risen fast and exceeded $10 bil¬lion in 2010–11.

• Exports of autos and engineering goods have soared, reflect¬ing new skills in design and manu¬facturing. India remains an economy driven mainly by domestic demand, although the export share has risen substantially.

• India has become the world leader in frugal engineering, a concept that did not exist a decade ago. Frugal engi¬neering is the capacity to design and produce goods that are not just 10–15 percent cheaper than in Western coun¬tries but 50–90 percent cheaper yet quality driven.

The primary difference between service and manufacturing is becoming fairly transparent. The revenue chain is not just about the physical content of the product anymore.

The world is becoming flatter as a result of globalization. The exclusive western influence on global economy is already shifting and will shift drastically in next decade. We are no more the next big thing, we have arrived and we are the big thing.

India with its enormous entrepreneurial talent needs to push its boundaries to command leadership in the world economy.

Venus Barak adds: The opportunity and also challenge for us lies in creating an ecosystem that promotes and incentivizes Indian businesses for approaching and expanding business in Global markets. In this both government and enterprise role is crucial.

Ultimately, Top line growth, fresh market access and organizational development are mutually reinforcing. Growth and market access encourage greater investments both from short and long-term perspective.

The events will be held across regions between July – November 2014:
Middle East
South Asia

The events will provide much needed platform to share knowledge, market development and exploring synergies between Indian Service Enterprises and the rest of the world.

Currently, there is a huge gap of support structure of skill set, market research, business development, best practices and training for Indian Service Companies when it comes to global business and Factor Global Consulting model is of a global service company that really helps and empowers mid size enterprises primarily in service sector in India to capture the emerging market wave.

About Factor Global Consulting: Factor Global Consulting is a leading international business development and marketing consulting firm that specialize in helping businesses create sustainable growth through successful expansion into global markets.

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