India’s Stage to Build Iconic Global Brands

TODAY, IT IS POSSIBLE FOR INDIAN COMPANIES TO GROW IN THE GLOBAL LANDSCAPE. WORLD-CLASS TECHNOLOGY IS POSSIBLE FROM INDIAN COMPANIES AS THEY STRIVE FORWARD TO CREATE ICONIC GLOBAL BRANDSEXUDES THE MINDMINE

India at one point in time used to be a closed economy scared of even rapid computerisation. But, with change in policy stance that led to opening up of the Indian economy, the Indian entrepreneur’s today strive for global excellence and scale. The second Mindmine exchange: Can Indian Companies build Iconic global brands? The animated tripartite exchange was among R C Bhargava, Chairman, Maruti Suzuki India, Jyotsna Suri, President of FICCI and Sunil Kant Munjal, Joint Managing Director, Hero MotoCorp and Chairman, Hero Corporate Service.

Setting up the stage, Suri, said, “Today, we are witnessing Indian brands going global and not even afraid to acquire overseas companies.We at our hospitality group have also taken giant strides in foreign countries including the United Kingdom and are geared up on any such opportunities, once convinced of its viability.”

Highlighting the inability of the manufacturing for not scaled up in global proposition,Bhargava, lamented, “No government in India has realized the true potential of the manufacturing sector in India and it haalways remained below its optimum potential. One needs to understand that for the Indian economy to do well, Services, Industry and the Agriculture- all have to work in harmony.”

Here, motivating delegates on the incessant possibilities, Munjal shared the recent success, the Hero Group had witnessed in a swift brand transition. “We have been awarded for the fastest brand transition and a successfully done transition.We during the brand transition ensured that at all consumer end points the message was sent across that our group will live up to the same ethos and promise every customer an even better experience riding our bikes.”

“Today, it is possible for Indian companies to grow in the global landscape.World-class technology is possible from Indian companies,” he added. Suri also itched in here encouraging delegates, as every trend points out the viability of Indian entrepreneurs setting up iconic global brands.

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