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World Last Week: 29 Sept’14 – 5 Oct’14


  • PM’s US Visit: Narendra Modi’s CEO diplomacy to soon set the cash register ringing

While several American CEOs raised concerns about specific issues that worry them about investing in India, the PM’s sharp and articulate responses dispel most of those.

  • Telangana dreams of earning high from tourism

State to invest Rs 100 crores to give a boost to hospitality infra; promoting unexplored tiger reserves at Kawal, Jannaram, Tadavai and Mannanur

  • As iPhone 5S being offered at discounted prices on e-commerce sites, offline retailers have threatened to boycott iPhone 6

Retailers may boycott iPhone 6 models, bothered that the iPhone 5S is being offered at discounted prices on Flipkart, Amazon & Snapdeal.

We keep participating in tradeshows and events for building business relationships and promoting our services. In this exhibition, we bring a platform for SMEs to exhibit their products and services, identify their potential channel partners enhance their connectivity.

  • PM’s ‘Mann ki Baat': Govt may ease MSME registration process

PM Modi on Sunday assured the micro, small and medium enterprise (MSME) sector that his government is working on simplifying the registration process of setting up a small scale industry.

  • Indians to see a 10.8% rise in salaries in 2015 says Towers Watson

The pharma sector across the region, including India will continue to have amongst the highest salary increases.

  • Flipkart, Snapdeal and Amazon may spend up to Rs 200 crore this festive season

According to multiple media planners, the top three companies are expected to spend up to Rs 200 crores this festive season.

  • Fares to go up : Railways links 50% of tatkal tickets with dynamic pricing system

The rates of the tatkal tickets will go up with the Railways deciding to sell 50% of these tickets in selected trains using dynamic fare system.

PM Narendra Modi on Thursday, 25th September, 2014 promised easy and effective governance to help achieve high growth and creation of jobs while launching his government’s most ambitious project to make India, a manufacturing hub

  • MNCs like Whirlpool, PepsiCo and many others increasingly hiring Indians for top leadership roles in China

Cos are looking to set up large procurement offices and need senior management professionals for roles in supply chain and sourcing.



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