Opportunities in $123 billion Indian port infrastructure market

India is prudently located on the world’s shipping routes with a coastline of approximately 7,517 km.

India has 12 major ports. The major ports have a capacity of 1,452 million tonnes by FY18 end. The Maritime Agenda 2010-20 has a 2020 target of 3,130 MT of port Capacity.

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The ports’ infrastructure market in India is estimated to expand at a CAGR of over 9% during 2016-2025, on the basis of heavy infrastructure funding at ports and related infrastructures such as connecting roads, railways, and Coastal Economic Zones.

Furthermore, the National Perspective Plan of Government of India envisioned speculation in the investment of over USD10 billion for the next 5 years as well as focused at the development of ports. This investment inflow is forecasted to lessen demand and supply gap at ports in India in the near future.

The Government started the progressive Sagarmala Programme in March 2017, with an aim to desire the port-led development and growth of logistics-intensive industries. $123 bn would be invested across 415 projects under the Sagarmala Programme.

The National Perspective Plan for Sagarmala is expected to start with six new mega ports being developed in the country. Ports in India handle around 95 percent of the international trade volume of the country. This will lead to an increase in trade activities and private participation in port infrastructure is set to support port infrastructure activity in India.

Implementation of the Sagarmala dynamism by the Government of India grants investment opportunities for ports and related infrastructural development in order to boost maritime trade in India.

Besides this, modernization and expansion of ports by private international companies are anticipated to fuel growth in the marine transport sector in India, during the forecast period. Additionally, several Coastal Economic Zones (CEZs) projects are underway to concentrate manufacturing clusters near major ports and this is expected to surge demand for maritime trade in the country during 2016-2025.

The Sagarmala Programme was able to successfully complete 143 projects, while 190 projects worth US$ 28.2 Bn have been awarded and are under implementation. 21The average turnaround time was 59.51 hours during 2018-19.22The average output per ship berth day was 16,541 in 2018-19.23The development of the 13th major port has been approved at Wadhwan in Maharashtra.

Key factors of Indian port infrastructure market:

1. Over the decade starting 2005 annual cargo traffic doubled to 1 bn tonnes p.a.

2. The global growth rate of seaborne trade in India has grown at a rate of 3.3%

3. India is the 16th largest maritime country in the world

Investment Opportunities in Ports Shipping:

– Project – 84
– Opportunity – $10.44 billion
– Government Projects – 81

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES- Make in India.

-Shipbuilding
-Ship repair
-Ship recycling
-Development of inland waterways and inland water transport
-Port and harbour construction projects
-Port and harbour maintenance projects

The government is particularly bullish on this sectoral opportunity as it has further committed to adding 58 projects by 2025 involving a cost of USD6.5 billion as part of National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP) for infrastructure augmentation and development at major ports. Most notably, the government has introduced various fiscal and non-fiscal incentives for enterprises that develop, maintain, and operate ports, inland waterways, and shipbuilding in India. With the recent policy and initiatives stimulus, the government is looking to expand cargo traffic at Indian ports to 2500 MMTPA till 2025 from the current 2316.14 MTPA.

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Opportunities for investment in India post covid-19

The novel coronavirus pandemic has resulted in unthinkable loss to the global economy and the loss of human lives has been extraordinary.

Globally, the coronavirus pandemic has killed 119,666 people and infected almost two million people, according to Johns Hopkins University data.

The large wave of novel coronavirus has affected most business sectors from agriculture to poultry, from petroleum to shipping, from aviation to hospitality and from real estate to apparel. As no sector has been spared the list is lengthy, comprehensive and wide ranging.

Due to Covid-19 has the world has changed crucially. To safeguard the people the nations are practicing the lockdown by keeping their businesses on hold, which have brought a halt to the wheels of economic growth.

After facing this situation and dealing with this unaware pandemic wherein there is an economic dip due to the coronavirus everyone around the globe including the organizations and workers are thinking that is there any light at the end of the tunnel, and where do we go from here?

For which according to many experts, there would be new opportunities, too, for greater cooperation in sectors such as pharmaceuticals and textiles. Besides, there is a golden opportunity for joint investments that could be made.

And when it is gone, the countries with proper plans will take a lead. We have to make sure we are ready for the new world post- coronavirus. There are many steps that we can take now to make sure when the lockdown is lifted, our systems are ready for economic growth. If we can do scenario planning, we, as a country, will win.

Now if we talk about India which even after being under complete lockdown less than a quarter of India’s $2.8 trillion economy is functional.

Lifting the lockdown will not be an easy process. It is a bumpy road ahead but if we can plan for it in advance and tackle major issues, we will be on the right path towards rebuilding India.

After the COVID-19 pandemic, India will have a favourable chance to build an economy that is more strong, adaptable and attractive to the global manufacturers as the majority of the businesses world wide are facing disturbance and are in confusion.

This is a great possibility where we can focus on rebooting the Indian economy.

The world is looking at India and manufacturers & service providers from across the globe are hopeful to identify opportunities in India.

Luckily for us, our agricultural backbone that accounts for almost 14% of our GDP can retrieve rapidly and in fact, grow next year.

The Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) sector, which contributes to 30% of India’s GDP, is one of the key drivers of the Indian economy. We will also have to focus on integrating technology with distribution. If consumption products can be delivered using technology, it will be a massive push in reviving MSMEs.

These sectors will put people back to work and build some traction in the recovery of our economy.

Arguably, India and Indonesia should top the list of candidates. They are large countries located near China. Moreover, India has been extraordinarily been dealing well with the Covid-19 crisis so far.

It’s important that India is considered to share values and interests that align closely with those of Western democracies. It has impressive entrepreneurial talent, a large internal market and thriving private enterprises. India can offer everything that the world is looking for right from analytics, financial and management services.

Indeed, ever since the global financial crisis, more than 50 global companies (Apple, Nintendo, Sharp, HP, Dell, etc) based in China were already shifting, or planning to shift, their production location to other countries. The reason for their relocation was mainly due to rising unit labour costs, as rapid wage growth in China outpaced labour productivity growth.

If India aggregates its State capabilities with more open trade and investment policies, it could be a major beneficiary for the ‘Make in India’ strategy that would get a jump-start. India undoubtedly has the potential to be the winner in a post Covid-19 world.

India has showcased how responsible and reliable it has been by supporting the world medically during the tough times of pandemic. Prime Minister Mr. Narandra Modi is sure to ensure the post-Covid era belongs to India.

TendersInfo India Market Entry Services is organizing a Webinar on the topic: “Opportunities for investment in India post covid-19”. In this webinar learn how Companies from South Asia, Europe, North America and many other major countries can look at India as their alternative manufacturing or investment hub.

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The COVID-19 pandemic and the consequent situation has shaken us all, but what we need now is a judicious mix of optimism and caution. Civilisation has endured several crises in its history which we have put behind us, we will overcome again. This too shall pass. So do register and be a part of this insightful webinar.

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How Governments are battling with Masks Procurement Globally

As novel coronavirus spreads across the globe companies are changing track to fight COVID-19 from deo’s to hand sanitizer, Mobiles to face masks, people are rushing to medical stores to buy hand sanitizers and face masks. More than 100 countries are affected by this deadly virus and amongst them, the top 10 worst-affected countries by #COVID19 are China, Italy, Iran, Spain, Germany, USA, France, South Korea, Switzerland, United Kingdom (UK).

Italy, the worst-hit country in Europe, is getting 800,000 face masks from South Africa, but it still needs at least 10 million more. Even though the workers are churning out 300,000 masks a day – and it’s still not enough.

As a result, the demand for protective masks and sanitizers has gone up. COVID-19 has caused a sudden increase in the demand for face masks.

Due to this shortage, many companies are repurposing their production lines to join the fight against COVID-19. The COVID-19 outbreak poses unprecedented challenges to businesses, governments, and societies around the world. Organizations are reacting in different ways to ensure business continuity, improve
the flexibility of their supply chain or adopt innovative ways to generate revenue.

WHO is working day and night to analyze data, provide advice, coordinate with partners, help countries prepare, increase supplies and manage expert networks. They have already estimated that 89 million medical masks will be required every month. Due to limited access to supplies such as gloves, medical masks, respirators, goggles, face shields, gowns, and aprons. WHO calls on industry, suppliers, and governments to increase manufacturing. While the WHO has shipped supplies to 47 countries including Iran, Cambodia, and Uganda.

As production of masks is not as easy as you imagine. And there’s now a global shortage of melt-blown fabric due to the increased demand for masks — and the difficulty in producing this material.

Hospitals are running out of masks, gowns and eye protection. New supplies aren’t being made rapidly enough to keep up with demand, and stockpiles seem to be decreasing. This is resulting in an unusual and remarkably worldwide shortage of medical face masks, which invites a re-emerging debate about their value in an epidemic. Doctors rely on effective use of personal protective equipment—gloves, face masks, air-purifying respirators, goggles, face shields, respirators, and gowns. A critical shortage of all of these is projected to develop or has already developed in areas of high demand.

Both the masks made for medical personnel and for consumer purchase require a once-obscure material called melt-blown fabric. It’s an extremely fine mesh of synthetic polymer fibers that forms the critical inner filtration layer of a mask, allowing the wearer to breath while reducing the inflow of possible infectious particles.

An important challenge in this context is to immediately search and qualify suppliers. However, in many cases, the existing supplier base can be leveraged to avoid lengthy qualifications and onboarding processes.

Clearly, there is a shortage of manufactured N95 respirators. You know this. Healthcare workers know this.

You can help. Today, right now. As a supplier, you can do something to help others. Hospitals and doctors are reaching out via social media to ask for mission-critical help in solving the shortage of N95-type masks during the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

If you are one of those suppliers who can supply the following items, click the below items to know more.

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TendersInfo being the world’s one of the largest Public Procurement Support and through our Tender Portal we can help you in providing information on E-procurement, Public Tenders, Government bids, International Bidding opportunities, etc. We help business from all sectors and countries with potential tender leads that help them grow their business globally through Tendering and as a proactive measure to help the government find suppliers of essential medical emergency related products and equipment We are “Calling all suppliers – Help Governments combat Coronavirus disease”

It is our hope that every government successfully achieves their target procurement to the maximum, through the buoyant network of suppliers.

As we have now reached a critical phase where healthcare workers that are putting themselves on the line do not have enough protective equipment for themselves. Through our efforts we can help together with other complementary efforts around the world, we would be able to beat this pandemic in a good time and make the world safer.

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How to grow your business through Bids during covid-19 quarantine

After WHO declared Covid-19 a pandemic, schools, universities in many states of the country have been closed for our safety. Many businesses and companies have made it compulsory that their employees work from home (WFH) in the ongoing effort to reduce the effects of the coronavirus outbreak.

As a Bid Management Team we know how challenging it can be to work on submitting bids during COVID-19 quarantine as working from home is difficult and how managing bids across all the possible segments of the proposal can get a tad overwhelming. You need to make sure that your bidding strategy is aligned with your bottom line.

For times like these we have a Bid Management Software which allows a bid manager to have the entire bid process on a single repository wherein you can automate all your bid pricing processes which will let you define the approval workflows, offer bid tracking, and provide detailed pricing analysis at your finger-tips. You can now approve or reject, with confidence! Know more about the features of this Bid Management tool:

1. Stay Connected with your Team members: A bid manager is responsible for maintaining a communication flow between all the members involved in submitting a bid. In case of a large organization where there are various teams involved imagine having a conversation with so many people over an email, not having an apt communication flow and tool to support that discussion will surely lead to a disaster and might increase the chances of losing the bids. This Bid Management software will ensure all the members participating in submitting the bids have a smooth communication flow through a chatbox and instead of updating each team member the progress made by others they can just view the work done by their members on this platform. This not only saves time but also ensures submission of quality bids.

2. Helps you Communicate Expectations: Bidding can be a complex process. The role of a bid manager is to take ownership of the end to end bid process. One of the tasks of the bid manager is to monitor the status of the current bid, which can be quite time-consuming to gather updates from all the team members working on a bid from various departments over emails. The bid evaluation software helps a Bid Manager save time and get clear visibility of the bid status and the process, constant warning alerts are sent to members working on a bid through notifications about the timeline to be achieved, which enables the bid manager to have prompt communication with the team members through the chatbox system and get updates.

3. Evaluate & Analyze Frequently: To ensure that tasks are being completed on time, communication guidelines need to be clarified and set with managers. Bid Analysis software lets a bid manager analyze the data and support multiple business units and territories. The data is easily traceable and auditable. Get all the relevant data you need on a single platform, maintain a record for pricing bids and approvals, analyse the data in any dimension be it a business unit, territory, value, time, OEM/PARTNER, and competition. Take that pricing decision with confidence. As Two-way communication is absolutely key.

4. Save your time through Bid Approval process: A valuable bid review and approval is a process that provides a reasonable opinion from a customer-based viewpoint. Bid Approver can either Approve or Reject bids. The proposal management software will help a bid manager to capture competitors’ information, glance through the earlier proposals, have insights on the deal history and analyze the current bids, team is working on.

Working from home is an opportunity to do your best work. But you can only achieve this if you plan your day to be optimized for work and if you set up some rules to follow you will find that your productivity will not suffer and in fact you may be even more productive because of the lack of distractions.

A powerful bid management platform can initiate positive performance for your business that brings down the time it takes to develop the commercial bids from months to weeks to days.

Still wondering how you can submit quality bids during self-quarantine? Join our exclusive webinar ‘Learn how to win more bids by staying connected with bid teams in the times of lock down’ on 15th April and learn more about how you can target and win more by submitting quality bids. You can register on this link https://bit.ly/2URksWh and join us for our exclusive free webinar with your Bid Management Team.

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Tips for Bid Managers Working from Home during #Covid 19

As the world sweeps during the COVID-19 pandemic, many industries are being hit hard by this disruption. To maintain social distancing and self-isolation the government appeals to companies around the globe to roll out obligatory remote work that is giving their employees work from home to ensure that the employees are safe.

From the UK to the US, Japan to South Korea are encouraging employees to work from home while keeping their routine tasks on track while minimizing the probability of infection.

In the last few days Global companies like Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Apple, Amazon have made it compulsory for their employees to work-from-home.

Amid the spread of Covid-19 Bid/proposal managers have busy and chaotic working schedules. Efficient use of time management techniques can help improve performance and reduce stress levels.

Here are some tips for Bid Managers on how to find perspective and a sense of balance as you prepare to work within the confines of coronavirus quarantine:

Develop a remote working roadmap for your business:- Firstly analyze the attitude to remote working in your organization, where are you currently at and what needs to be done to qualify fully workable conditions. Do you have the necessary infrastructure in place? As a bid manager, you need to keep a necessary check of whether your employees are equipped with devices that can access the network remotely? Map out the full landscape as it currently is.

Maintain a Detailed Planner: Consider keeping a planner to map out what each day should look like, What tasks do you need to complete for your current assignments? Which coworkers should you virtually check-in with, and when?

Revisit that long-forgotten project: Somewhere in the deep, dark depths of your computer’s file system, do you have an unfinished project? If so, then you might want to use this time to dust off the files.

Video conference with your Bid Team: Technology allows managers and co-workers to talk about any circumstances without coming into contact with each other, through digital sites. These digital products are widely available and will help enhance your Bid team to work effectively.

Bid remotely and win together: Wondering how you can submit quality bids during self-quarantine? We have the answer for your problem on how challenging it can be to work on submitting bids during COVID-19 quarantine. For times like these we have a Bid Management Software which allows a bid manager to have the entire bid process on a single repository. Join our exclusive webinar ‘Learn how to win more bids by staying connected with bid teams in the times of lock down’ on 14th April and learn more about how you can target and win more by submitting quality bids.

As a proactive measure to help the government find suppliers of essential medical emergency related products and equipments TendersInfo as a part of Public Procurement domain has initiated a special dedicated page for Covid-19 Procurement Supplies: We are “Calling all suppliers – Help Governments combat Coronavirus disease” which would serve as a help page for governments procurement officers with needs to make Covid 19 related procurements faster and accessible. As a Bid Manager it’s your opportunity to Bid for the opportunities for #Covid 19 Tenders:

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We understand that you must be missing your daily routine of no morning shuttle , no stopping by your co workers’s desk to say hello, no lunch at your favorite restaurant around the corner from your office — the daily routine is feeling much different for many workers as the world works to contain COVID-19.

But remember as a Bid Manager it’s on you to bestow and lay out clear communication and sometimes it might also be difficult to keep up the team spirit and morale as It’s easy to be stressed out or depressed these days, but If as a bid manager don’t forget to acknowledge that there is stress and difficulty but your job is to be a cheerleader for the team during this difficult time.

It’s an incredibly roller coaster situation for us. Take care of yourself and others, and remember to wash your hands!

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Covid – 19

The new coronavirus (Covid-19) is spreading fast. The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared it a pandemic.

WHO is working 24/7 to analyse data, provide advice, coordinate with partners, help countries prepare, increase supplies and manage expert networks. Due to limited access to supplies such as gloves, medical masks, respirators, goggles, face shields, gowns, and aprons. WHO calls on industry and governments to increase manufacturing by 40 per cent to meet rising global demand. WHO also launched the #SafeHands Challenge to promote the power of clean hands to fight the coronavirus.

As the coronavirus reaches more than 100 countries the top 10 worst-affected countries by #COVID19 are China, Italy, Iran, Spain, Germany, USA, France, South Korea, Switzerland, United Kingdom (UK).

Since the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, prices have surged. Surgical masks have seen a six fold increase, N95 respirators have trebled and gowns have doubled. WHO is working with governments, industry and the Pandemic Supply Chain Network to boost production and secure allocations for critically affected and at-risk countries. WHO has so far shipped nearly half a million sets of personal protective equipment to 47 countries.

Due to the reach of global health challenges, no single country or agency can work alone to tackle these situations. Multiple international agencies such as Multilateral Agencies, Bilateral Agencies, Non-governmental Organizations and institutions help shape global health policies and fund, implement, and evaluate programs.

Multilateral Agencies like the World Health Organization, World Bank, United Nations Children’s Fund are the organizations that were created with the aim to unite countries in the common goals of tackling disease and achieving better health globally.

Similarly bilateral organizations such as Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and United States Agency for International Development were established as a government agency or not-for-profit organization that is based in a single country and provides funding to developing countries.

As a business, we promote public procurement worldwide and if you are one of the suppliers reading this blog click on the link and bid for the opportunities for #Covid 19 Tenders:

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Be SMART & inform yourself about #coronavirus by following the necessary steps laid down by The World Health Organization:
Follow accurate public health advice from WHO & your local health authority
Follow the news on latest coronavirus updates
To avoid spreading rumours, always check the source you are getting information from
Don’t spread rumours

Learn more to Be READY for #COVID19.

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Trump’s visit to India the Land of Opportunities

#Namaste Trump to one of the largest markets in the world.

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President Donald Trump arrives Monday in a country of billion opportunities.

It’s going to be a trip that will create attention and will activate hopes for a significant trade deal between the two countries.

During his two-day visit to India, Donald Trump will be contemplating to enter and have approach to India’s massive middle-income consumer base, US companies are looking at expanding to export business should be looking at the Indian consumer market and its dynamics now, which is about 400 million from a total population of about 1.3 billion which could be considered as exciting news for American exporters.

India will achieve success in the enterprise segment of small and medium businesses (SMBs), especially in emerging sectors such as agriculture, battery manufacturing, renewable energy, pharmaceuticals and biotech.

“The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data” – The Economist

& India is about to give rise to prodigious data ‘new oil’ — in large quantities. India is constantly noticing undivided growth in mobile data fueled by low-cost connectivity enjoyed by 800 million users. Even Facebook and Google, the US tech giants, are earning worthwhile profits using Indian data. In the coming years, to generate jobs and wealth in their country in activities such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotics large number of US firms will be desiring to have these Indian statistics, facts, figures to generate jobs and wealth in their country in activities such as artificial intelligence (AI), robotics.

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On the 2nd day of his trip Tuesday US President Donald Trump will be meeting a group of about a dozen Indian CEOs and amongst them will be those who have made funding in the manufacturing sector to create jobs in America.
As India represents a positive scope for market research for overseas investment and is taking necessary steps to attract more foreign investors.

An Overview of Indian Market :
There are multiple fruitful reasons for investors to trade in Indian market :

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→ World’s largest Youth country by 2020 : According to market research every third person in an Indian city today is a youth. The population in India is usually between the age-group of 15-34. By 2020, India is set to become the world’s youngest country with 64% of its population in the working age group.

→ World’s fastest-growing economies : India offers a diverse and dynamic market, and therefore the challenges and opportunities vary, depending on the sector and business model of global firms. With a constantly rising growth rate, several of the strongest industry and agriculture markets worldwide and important exports and imports, the nation is now considered as one of the fastest-growing economies in the world and could become the world’s first power by 2050.

→ Robust Demand : India has a robust and well regulated financial system. India’s banking sector is strong and with top quality balance sheets, high levels of competition and strong corporate governance which becomes fascinating for the investors to trade in India.

→ Attractive Opportunities : Rising affluence is the biggest driver of increasing consumption in India. India’s consumer story will be led by its 129 mn urban mass consumers. Segments like affordable houses, hospitality and warehousing are growing at a fast pace in India, presenting wider opportunities for Investors.

→ Increasing Investment : Centre of global maritime trade to move from the Pacific to the Indian Ocean Region. India and China will be the largest manufacturing hubs of the world by 2030. In the next five years, India will have greater economic influence across the Asia-Pacific Region. Private consumption to be four times by 2025. Increasing impetus to develop infrastructure in the country is attracting major global investors. The sector is one of the largest receivers of FDI inflows in India.

→ Growth in Technology : India has become the digital capabilities hub of the world with around 75% of global digital talent present in the country. With the advent of new technologies, leading Indian IT firms are continuously expanding their product offerings and adding artificial intelligence and block-chain-based developments and creating research and development centres in India. India is also gaining prominence in terms of intellectual capital with several global IT firms setting up their innovation centres in India. Many large global companies target India as a prospective destination to expand their business because of its large consumer demand, bringing with them new technology.

→ Rising consumerism : Modern lifestyle has led to an increase in the demand for safe and hygienically packaged consumer goods. Indian consumer market is expected to become the world’s third largest consumer market by 2025.

Growth in the purchasing power of individuals and the organized retail segment. Government is taking steps to promote this segment in the Indian market. It recently sanctioned 42 mega food parks, 228 cold chain facilities, and 10 food labs for testing in India. Introduction of online grocery portals and hyper-local delivery services have led to an increase in the demand for processed food. The market for food machinery is expected to reach ~USD 51 billion by 2024-25. Total consumption of the food and beverage segment is expected to reach ~USD 1.2 trillion by 2025. The sector is expected to receive investments of up to USD 33 billion and generate employment of up to 9 million within the next 10 years.

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TendersInfo India Market Entry Services

Tendersinfo India Market Entry Services was inbuilt to stop all your barriers and have a valuable market set up which not only helps to lower down the stress of doing business in India but helps it to get done in a virtuous manner. Knowing the business culture and understanding the market trends is a tedious process.

So in order to have a better Market understanding and thus creating a right set up of your Business in Indian Market. Tendersinfo with India Market Entry expert team ease down your needs to let you have a better and smooth way of establishing business in India.

Our expert’s services include opportunity assessment, feasibility studies, partner (Joint Venture, distributor, vendor, licensee, and franchisee) identification, M&A advisory, competitor analysis, price benchmarking, location identification, technology collaboration, assistance in greenfield establishment, organizing India validation visits and b2b networking events.

TendersInfo India Market Entry Experts stretches its wings to let you get engulfed into the following Services by providing aids into Indian Business Market:

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1. Market Intelligence & Industry Analysis : We can help you with studying In-depth research & analysis of your target sector in Indian Market.

→ Identify Gaps & Opportunities in Indian Market.

→ Apprise on regulatory aspects, trade and non-trade barriers specific to client’s target industry

→ Present a detailed Trade Advisory report.

2. Opportunity Study : We offer and provide opportunity assessment reports on sectors of interest as well as intelligence updates along with regular updates on relevant regulatory changes.

3. Partner Search : Identifying Indian companies and assessing and interest accompanied by presenting a summary report which includes detailed profile of the shortlisted companies based on one to one discussions & internal evaluations.

4. Location Analysis : To help the companies with shortlisting the potential manufacturing/office locations based on the requirements provided by the client and advice on most suitable site alternatives along with details such as gross rental, availability, normal Lease terms and structures and lease tenor.

With this information we also provide the complete assessment regarding the Advantages and Disadvantages of setting up in a Domestic Tariff Area vis-a-vis Special Economic Zone
Tax incentives/grants available from the local government for setting up of manufacturing facilities.

5. Greenfield Set-Up : Through Greenfield set-up through our services we will help you to submit, co-ordinate and expedite all relevant government building and manufacturing statutory approvals.
→ Project monitoring and tracking to make sure that the strategies and plan of action that is decided remains on schedule
→ There will be a single Point contact in India with a designated person for all your queries
→ Recruitment and selection of staff including senior management and with providing you with local representation wherever necessary
→ Liaising with contractors and vendors
→ Review and advice on office lease agreement
→ We can assist with negotiation of vendor/contractor price and payment terms
→ Attend weekly teleconference progress meetings

6. Trade Events Participation : Tracking important industry events and apprise regularly
Attend and participate on behalf of clients.

7. India Validation Visit : Develop meetings plan & submit detailed itinerary
→ Accompany the companies to meetings
→ Prepare Call Reports

8. Company Incorporation & Trademark Filing : Our expert’s services also included with assisting the companies with the registration and permission from Reserve Bank of India (if applicable)
→ Liaising with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) towards filing an application for incorporation of a Company and x Obtaining certificate of incorporation
→ Immediate Business Compliances including obtaining PAN (Permanent Account Number), → TAN (Tax Deduction Account Number), Service tax, VAT(Value Added Tax), IEC (Importers Exporters Code) and Excise Registration
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5 Reasons Why Bids Fail!

One of the often common questions we are faced with is “why did my bid fail?” Companies bidding for contracts will inevitably encounter failure at some point, but is important to understand the reasons a submission was unsuccessful. Always assuming you have selected an appropriate bid in the first place and priced it competitively, you must then persuade your prospective client that you are a capable organization with the depth of resource, the expertise, the empathy and the solution to meet with their objectives. Let’s have a glance over few points and make a conclusion:

  1. Research your potential customer thoroughly-To make your bid more engaging you must demonstrate a clear understanding of the corporate objectives of your company i.e. what is the rationale behind. Show that you have taken the trouble to understand them and mention their goals often. Provide details of how your products or services will help them achieve those aims, no matter in how small a way that might be. By doing this, you will help yourself to observe the first rule which is to be less generic. Have a Lucid Approach rather than a confusing one!
  1. Follow the Specifications ardently-The specification is your guide to completing the tender and not following it will inevitably result in failure. Make notes and pay attention to specific areas such as word count, font type, layout and style as these often trip companies up. Any aspect which is not adhered to is a potential area the evaluator will use to exclude you. As procurement procedures become more competitive, the contracting authority will look for any reason to narrow down the field, so stick to the specification.
  1. Have Conclusive Evidence-Each point you make within a submission must be backed up with evidence. You must be able to explain exactly how your services will benefit the contract. Without enough convincing evidence the contracting authority cannot be sure of the quality of your bid and you will likely lose out to a competitor.
  1. Do not be More Generic-Whilst this may appear to be self-evident, you will be surprised by the number of bids we read that are simple ‘cut and paste’ or template driven responses. Here the solution is straightforward; stop talking about you and start talking about them. If you mention your own corporate plans more than you do theirs, you are writing a bid that will fail. The more often the reader sees their own name the more they are engaged with the text. Ultimately, the bid is not about you – it is about them.
  1. Not matching the funder’s priorities-As with the eligibility criteria, a common mistake is that organizations apply indiscriminately to a variety of funders, without first checking that the funder’s priorities match the work they want funded. The funder’s priorities are the specific causes and areas of work they wish to fund.  For example, two different funders may each fund projects for the benefit of children and young people: one funder prioritizes sports projects whereas the other prioritizes creative arts.  If a charity working with children and young people applies to the creative arts funder for a sports project, they will not be successful.

 

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India Market Entry Services: Ingress to Business in India

India has already marked its presence as one of the fastest growing economies of the world. It has been ranked among the top 10 attractive destinations for inbound investments. Since 1991, the regulatory environment in terms of foreign investment has been consistently eased to make it investor-friendly. India, with a young skilled workforce, high growth rate and deregulation being undertaken by the government, is set to become an important destination for market entries. But the higher number of competitors and dominance’s of market forces in India makes it difficult for entities to have a hold into the captive forces of Indian Market industry.

Tenders info India Market Entry Services was inbuilt to stop all your barriers and have a valuable market set up which not only helps to lower down the stress of doing business in India but helps it to get done in a virtuous manner. India Market Entry services enables you to understand the Indian market forces by inculcating deep feasibility studies which includes Financial, Project, Market, Economic and other feasibility reports.

Indian market is not set up with only concrete facts and figures which lets to build a base to incorporate the business; But on the other hand as we know that India is a land of building endearment of relationships. Thus India Market Entry services enables you to build strong business relationships in order to have an effective hold of the market forces and let you to have an ease of doing business.

Knowing the business culture and understanding the market trends is a tedious process. In this dynamic business scenario it really becomes tough to have a nick and peck of time and thus to remain updated. India Market Entry Services  helps you to break through barriers, it enables you to understand the business culture, the procedures and the trends. It gives you an advantage by analyzing your business and helping you establish the ideal route to market.

Tenders Info India Market Entry Services stretches its wings to let you get engulfed into the following Services by providing aids into Indian Business Market:

  • Market Intelligence and Industry Analysis
  • Partner Search
  • Opportunity Study
  • Greenfield Set-up
  • Trade Events Participation
  • India Validation Visit
  • Trade Mission Support
  • Company Incorporation & Trademark Filings
  • Location Analysis

Various Sectors in the Indian Market needs a specialization of facts and a build up support to understand the business in a better way. Indian market is sector specific and thus needs a deeper knowledge about each and every sector to know your business flow in the manner as per your vision. Tenders Info India Market Entry Services deep en roots itself in the following business sectors namely:

  • Automotive
  • Chemicals
  • Clean Technology
  • Construction and Mining
  • Health Care and Life Services
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Marine

And Many More……!!

So in order to have a Better Market understanding and thus creating a right set up of your Business in Indian Market  Tenders info India Market Services ease down your needs to let you have a better and smooth way of establishing business in India.

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