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The automobile industry in India is one of the largest as well as fastest growing automobile industries in the world. In recent years, India has become a major auto hub and emerged as an important global manufacturing base for automobile companies as it provides low cost production opportunities along with an added advantage of having a well trained workforce at competitive costs. Numerous global automotive giants are upbeat about their expansion plans in India and are willing to enter into partnerships with domestic companies to produce automobiles.

During 2010-11, the Indian automotive industry registered a total turnover of US$ 73 billion, with exports worth US$ 11 billion. Of this, the turnover by the auto component sector stood at US$ 30 billion, with exports valued at US$ 5 billion. The sector is expected to witness high levels of growth on account of drivers such as low level of vehicle penetration, growth of the economy, the demographic profile of the country, increasing wages and salaries, and huge investments being made by the government in the infrastructure sector. It is forecasted that the Indian auto component industry has the potential reach a turnover level of US$ 66.4 billion by 2016 and US$ 113 billion by 2020, signifying a fourfold increase over a period of ten years.

Talent Challenges

The industry's highly competitive environment translates into a strong demand for senior management who can successfully steer companies through challenging times. The industry requires change management skills as well as an ability to create innovative middle and long-term strategies. However the availability of skilled manpower is gradually beginning to fall short of the industry’s requirements and this could have an impact on the future growth trends.

BR CONSULTANCY's Perspective

At BR CONSULTANCY we have been addressing mandates in the areas of Research and Development, manufacturing, construction, operations, information technology, corporate management, human resources, production, body shop, maintenance, mechanical engineering, sales and service, marketing, finance, customer care, design, etc. We understand the industry and its requirements very comprehensively and our team of consultants with a robust background of the industry across the different levels of the value chain ensures that we work on these mandates very efficiently.

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With sound fundamentals and tremendous scope for growth, India has one of the most developed financial markets in the developing world. The sector, majorly divided into banking and non-banking segments, emerged stronger after the financial turmoil due to its strict adherence to conventional systems and effective supervision by the central authority.

The Indian Banking & Insurance services market has huge further potential because of factors like annual savings rates of more than 30 per cent, favourable demographic trends and growing demand from India's 250 million-strong middle class.

Talent Challenges

The growing influence of the Indian economy is rapidly becoming a global platform for new growth in Bamking & Insurance services, creating demand for highly skilled Marketing and finance professionals. We address talent needs for all middle and senior management roles across all the segments of the sector such as Investment banking, Retail financial services, Insurance, Wealth Management etc.

Banking & Insurance sector companies require staff to build on knowledge, but they are finding it increasingly tough to train new workers. Retaining talent in an industry with a huge growth potential poses another big challenge.

BR CONSULTANCY's Perspective

Our role is not limited to being recruiters for different organisations – we act as consultants/advisors to our clients, helping them address critical talent issues. Besides executive recruiting, we also advise them on succession planning. Our industry expertise, proactive approach, and long term association with leading companies position us as the recruiter of choice.

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The Indian Retail Industry is one of the fastest growing sectors - domestically as well as internationally. US-based global management consulting firm AT Kearney in its 10th annual Global Retail Development Index (GRDI) 2011 has ranked India as the fourth most lucrative investment destination for retail. The size of India's retail market is expected to rise from about US$ 500 billion in 2011 to about US$ 2,500 billion in 2026. The sector, basically divided into organised and unorganised segments, has different formats for different purposes and customers. Major organised retail formats include Hypermarkets/ Supermarkets, Departmental Stores, Convenience Stores, Shopping malls, E-retailer, Specialty Stores.

Organised retailing is manpower intensive and is the second largest employer in India. The current scenario indicates that there will be a very high demand for manpower to match the scope of plans of various retailers in the near future. Organised retailing is also seen generating a great deal of indirect employment such as security, electrical and mechanical maintenance, property management services, parking, etc.

Talent Challenges

The sector is currently facing a talent crunch because of non availability of the talent required on such a large scale and a lack of training facility for the same. Though India has a vast pool of qualified human resources with the required education and motivation to undertake challenging tasks, there is a greater need for middle and senior level management. Management professionals from industries such as FMCG, telecom, BPO, and hospitality are increasingly being seen as suitable sectors to draw talent from. The sector is facing competency gaps in various key areas like supply chain management, vendor development and customer relations management.

BR CONSULTANCY's Perspective

We help our clients in the identification, assessment and recruitment of talented professionals with brilliant records. Our in-depth experience across sectors spans all functional areas, from top to middle level positions. BR CONSULTANCY’s experience with tier-1 companies ensures that essential competencies are readily available. Our dynamic database of candidates helps us proactively identify senior and top talent.

Hospitality

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India is one of the fastest-growing travel and tourism markets in the world. The Indian tourism economy has been deemed as the second-most rapidly increasing (8.8%) tourism economy in the world, by World Travel and Tourism. The country was ranked as the 11th most attractive tourist destination in the Asia-Pacific region by the World Economic Forum in 2010. The number of tourists arriving in the country grew from 466.8 million in 2006 to 710.6 million in 2010, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.03 per cent. The increase in the number of tourists can be attributed to factors such as India's robust economic growth and government initiatives. The industry is expected to add 50,000 hotel rooms over the next couple of years, two-thirds of which would be rooms meant for budget hotels.

Several international players like InterContinental, Marriott have entered the market, thus marking a landmark change in what otherwise is a highly fragmented sector with unorganized players. In addition to forming alliances with local hotel chains or real estate players, international players have started using the inorganic route to strengthen their presence in the country.

 

 

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India has one of the largest higher education systems in the world. The economic growth of the country is leading to a surge in demand for more engineers, management graduates, computer engineers, and many other professionals. Given the huge opportunity in the sector, there is a growing trend of private sector participation. According to a recent FICCI report on the private sector's participation in the Indian higher education, the country has displayed impressive growth over the last decade to become one of the world's largest systems of higher education. The number of institutions has grown at a CAGR of 11% while student enrolment has grown at a CAGR of 6%.

Given the Indian government's radical reforms and massive expansion plans in the education sector, a lot more schools and colleges are going to be opened across the country, including rural areas. According to the ASER (2012) report, over the last six years, private school enrolment in rural India has gone up by 5.5 percentage points.

Talent Challenges

While there is no official estimate of the number of teachers India will require by 2020, a rough estimate by the IIT’s pegs the country’s need at around 4.2 million lecturers to teach 42 million students at the higher educational level. The country is currently facing acute shortage of faculty at the higher education level. There exists a huge demand supply gap, and the sector is currently reeling under a huge talent crisis.

BR CONSULTANCY's Perspective

At BR CONSULTANCY Consultants we are closely following the sector and are tuned into the challenges as well as the dynamics of operating in this sector. Given the sharp gap in demand supply ratio, institutes are gradually coming forward and seeking consultants to recruit/retain the best talent.

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.PRINT | FEEDBACK Industry Snapshot With sound fundamentals and tremendous scope for growth, India has one of the most developed financial markets in the developing world. The sector, majorly divided into banking and non-banking segments, emerged stronger after the financial turmoil due to its strict adherence to conventional systems and effective supervision by the central authority. The Indian financial services market has huge further potential because of factors like annual savings rates of more than 30 per cent, favourable demographic trends and growing demand from India's 250 million-strong middle class. Talent Challenges The growing influence of the Indian economy is rapidly becoming a global platform for new growth in financial services, creating demand for highly skilled finance professionals. We address talent needs for all middle and senior management roles across all the segments of the sector such as Investment banking, Retail financial services, Insurance, Wealth Management etc. Financial sector companies require staff to build on knowledge, but they are finding it increasingly tough to train new workers. Retaining talent in an industry with a huge growth potential poses another big challenge. BR CONSULTANCY's Perspective Our role is not limited to being recruiters for different organisations – we act as consultants/advisors to our clients, helping them address critical talent issues. Besides executive recruiting, we also advise them on succession planning. Our industry expertise, proactive approach, and long term association with leading companies position us as the recruiter of choice.

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The Indian FMCG sector is the fourth largest sector in the economy with a total market size of more than US$ 13.1 billion. The sector is set to treble from US$ 11.6 billion in 2003 to US$ 33.4 billion in 2015. The FMCG sector in India has been experiencing an exceptional pace of growth since last decade on the back of rising consumer income and rapidly changing consumer tastes and preferences.

The market is highly fragmented with almost 50 per cent share with the unbranded, unpackaged home made products. This presents a tremendous opportunity for makers of branded products who can convert these consumers to become loyal users of their products.

Talent Challenges

The FMCG sector continues to face the war for talent, with the number of people with disposable income growing every year. Indian FMCG professionals in the marketing field are considered the best, with many of them leading organisations worldwide. Sales & marketing professionals from FMCG companies have been poached by companies from sectors such as telecom, textiles, pharmaceuticals and automobiles, and the trend is likely to continue. FMCG professionals are much sought after as they bring with them specific skills which can effectively drive business transformation.

BR CONSULTANCY's Perspective

BR CONSULTANCY’s clients include well established multinational companies having globally benchmarked talent management practices, as well as domestic players with an interest in developing globally competitive capability and talent management programs. Our wide network of consultants collaborates closely to ensure that we can match our knowledge and expertise to our clients’ business needs.

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The Indian pharmaceutical industry is highly dynamic and offers great opportunities for both domestic and foreign companies. The industry is estimated to have generated revenue worth US$ 13.1 billion in FY 2011, according to a new Research and Market’s report, “Indian Pharma Sector Forecast 2014.” India will emerge as a leading global player in pharmaceutical industry by 2020, securing a place among the top five major global markets, according to Ikon Marketing Consultant (IMC). Also, Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Assocham) has said it expects the Indian pharmaceutical industry to reach US$ 20 billion by 2015, making it one of the world's top 10 pharmaceuticals markets.

India has a strong local manufacturing base and domestic players are developing substantial international presence. Healthcare is also one of the largest service sector industries in India, in terms of revenue and employment. Rising health awareness and increasing government expenditure on healthcare sector is driving growth in the sector. Medical tourism and health insurance are also on a rise, with significant growth in healthcare sector and establishment of large number of hospitals, both public and private. The Indian healthcare industry, estimated at US$ 50 billion, is expected to reach over US$ 75 billion by 2012, and US$ 100 billion by 2015.

Talent Challenges

While specialised talent is critical for any knowledge industry, it is more so within the pharmaceuticals industry. Companies gain competitive advantage through primary or applied research and thus the need for specialised talent has become even more acute. The industry being a Research & Development (R&D) driven business, there is a high need for people with both technical as well as practical knowledge and skills. Across all the levels of the industry value chain, there is an intense requirement of talented people to discover, develop, license, manufacture, market and monitor medicines.

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The emergence of innumerable TV channels and private FM radio operators has made entertainment and information available across the entire Indian landscape.

The Media and Entertainment sector in India, which includes sectors such as television, music, radio and print, is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 13.2% to reach a size of Rs 1.19 lakh crore by 2015, according to a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). In 2010, the Indian industry grew by 11.2 per cent, one of the highest growth rates in the world, due to improved economic conditions and rebound in advertising.

Talent Challenges

Amidst the major challenges faced by the industry are threats from piracy and violation of intellectual property rights, lack of quality content, and lack of cohesive production and distribution infrastructure. In a bid to constantly think of new and innovative ways to keep themselves ahead of their competitors, companies are increasingly focusing on their quality of talent. However, the sector continues to reel under challenges of paucity and mismanagement of talent and lack of standardisation across levels with regards to salaries and designations. The demand supply gap particularly with regards to "right" creative content talent is another chronic trend.

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The Indian Electrical Equipment Industry is witnessing a turnaround because of demand from sectors such as power, textiles, and cement. The electrical equipment manufacturing industry provides direct employment to over 3,00,000 persons and indirect employment to over 15,00,000 persons. While exports of electrical equipment stood at US$ 4 billion in 2010-11, the industry expects exports to rise six-fold to touch US$ 25 billion within a decade, according to Indian Electrical Equipment Manufacturers Association (IEEMA).

The Indian Electronics Industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in India, driven by growth in key sectors such as IT, consumer electronics and telecom. A study by the Export-Import Bank of India (Exim Bank) has estimated the size of the electronics industry in India to exceed US$ 150 billion by 2015.

The government plans to create electronics development fund of about Rs 10,000 crore to support R&D, innovation, IPR development, technology transfer of IT and nano electronics. Mr Kapil Sibal, Telecommunications Minister, said that the electronics manufacturing policy aims to create employment opportunities of US$ 28 million by 2020.

India stands on the verge of a renewable energy revolution. UN’s World Economic and Social Survey 2009 report on climate change pointed out that India is the most developed renewable energy market in South Asia with an annual turnover of about US$ 500 million. The country’s renewable energy power generation capacity now stands at 15,789 megawatts following the government’s efforts to boost the sector.

Talent Challenges

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There is a vast pool of highly qualified and skilled engineers, which has attracted many multinational companies to set up their R&D centres in the country. The talent pool is primarily concentrated in a few metros, hence relocating them to small towns is difficult. High attrition rate due to the small pool of talent available for both manufacturers and machine sellers is another reason for the shortage of skilled hands

Electrical Equipment Industry
For the switchgear and control gear industry, the skill sets available in the country are relatively less expensive making the industry competitive globally. The sector has become technology intensive, thus raising requirements of tech-savvy talent with the ability to increase productivity, using technology

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