In today’s globalised world, manufacturing sector not only fuels growth and development of the economy but also provides tremendous impetus to allied sectors like agriculture and service, to name just a few. It’s like the backbone of the industry whose growth rate, if hampered, cripples the overall economy. Statistical data shows that this sector employs huge number of work force globally and contributes a significant fraction in increasing country’s gross domestic products (GDP).
Therefore, it has become increasingly difficult to find the right kind of a recruit for this particular sector. However, Prana WebSolutions is one of the leading international staffing agencies which provide quality as well as cost effective international recruitment solutions for the processing and manufacturing sectors. This agency tries to solve all problems related to recruitment and help the HRs to reach out to new talent base.
India's vast middle class and its almost untapped retail industry are key attractions for global retail giants wanting to enter newer markets. Driven by changing lifestyles, strong income growth and favorable demographic patterns, Indian retail industry is expected to grow at 25 per cent annually. Modern retail in India could be worth US$ 175-200 billion by 2016.
With the economy booming, competition in the marketplace is fierce. According to a report by AT Kearney and the Confederation of Indian Industry, retail is one of India's fastest growing industries with a 5 per cent compounded annual growth rate and expected revenues of US$ 320 billion in 2007.
The recent trends toward convergence and consolidation have redefined the entire consulting space. Today, India is among the leading M&A markets in Asia. The last decade has seen the financial services sector in India attain a degree of maturity, enabling many international players to enter it. Banking, with assets of US$ 273 billion and deposits of US$ 223 billion, remains the backbone of this sector. With the economy growing at 8.6%, the need for banking services is growing at 34%. The market's growth is driven by new products and services that include opportunities in credit cards, consumer finance and wealth management on the retail side and in fee-based income and investment banking on the wholesale banking side.
Adequate Infrastructure to live is a major indicator of the growth path of the nation and the quality of life it bestows on its citizens. The tremendous potential that this industry holds has been appreciated and acknowledged by the government, policy makers and professionals in the industry alike.
The economic reform initiatives in India have raised the annual growth rate to 5-6%. This has exerted the pressure on the existing infrastructure that is already saturated. It is evident that to sustain and accelerate higher economic growth rate in the county, India needs to build, upgrade and modernize its infrastructure urgently; and for the same many MNCs and new emerging companies are coming in the market. And for that the manpower requirement is just grown up very fast.
The healthcare industry in India has come a long way. Today, patients from neighboring countries in Asia are coming to India to receive specialized medical treatment. Not only the country is meeting international standards, but also at prices that compares very favorably with developed countries.
Our Consultants have been part of the global Pharma industry in the past and hence bring a superior understanding of the industry, people and best practices. We also offer extensive coverage and access to talent pools of Indian scientific and executive talent within India and across global markets.
India offers an unprecedented opportunity for telecom service operators, infrastructure vendors, manufacturers and associated services companies. The growth statistics of the sector combined with the government's decision to increase the foreign direct investment cap in the sector to 74 per cent is generating interest among global investors. Indian telecom tariffs are among the lowest in the world and the country has more than 171 million telephone connections, making it the 5th largest in the world. Driving this growth is the mobile telephone revolution-all the major cell phone manufacturers such as Nokia, Sony Ericsson, LG, Samsung, Haier and Motorola now have manufacturing bases here. In fact, the mobile telecom industry alone has generated 3.6 million jobs directly and indirectly.
Recruiting across all levels within the telecoms industry, we will work with you to refine the open positions. We also offer extensive support throughout every stage of the recruitment process, guiding you through any job offer discussions and acting as your representative to ensure your interests are looked after. Our processes ensure that you get the right person at the right time always.
FMCG Industry primarily deals in inexpensive goods that are sold in mass quantities. The increasingly consumerist spending patterns and fast paced lifestyles of people have led to tremendous development of the FMCG Sector at an unprecedented pace. As a result, this sector has seen much growth in the last decade. With the Indian Economy witnessing high growth in the recent years, this sector will gradually expand even more in the domestic and international markets.
This industry requires candidates from a wide range of disciplines with good insights into expanding a business & who love being part of an industry on a continuous learning curve. With national & international mergers occurring regularly, this sector has candidates with diverse backgrounds working together. Therefore each candidate has to be selected on the basis of their comfort level of working in a multicultural setup.