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Xavier Institute of Management, Bhubaneswar to host the annual conclaves from November 7th to November 22th, 2020
This year, Stratonomics revolves around the theme –‘Revolutionary vs Evolutionary Strategies: How to tackle Business Uncertainties?’ and is scheduled to be held virtually on 8th of November. The speakers who will be presiding over the conclaves are -Mr. Devroop Dhar: Partner & MD at Primus Partners Mr.Akshat Mohindra: Global Manager, Cisco, Mr. Perry Goes: Chief Strategy Officer, United Breweries and Mr. Rohan Prasher: Group Brand Manager, Asian Paints.
A well developed and efficient road network has a significant bearing on a country’s economic performance, the competitiveness of its industries and the quality of life of its citizens. These benefits often push Governments across the world to identify innovative ways to develop and strengthen their road networks.
RHAI Recommends Infrastructure Status To Rental Housing Industry – Submits Its Recommendations To Ministry Of Housing
Recognizing the urgent need to provide better living conditions for our people in India, Rental Housing Association of India (RHAI) has submitted a detailed recommendation to the Ministry of Housing to create a sustainable ecosystem and improve the living conditions of people in India.
To this effect, a white paper was released in a webinar conducted by Guesture – Primus Partners and Invest India.
Though India has emerged as the fastest-growing major economy over the past few years, its growth has primarily been driven by its services sector which contributes close to 55 per cent to the country’s GDP compared to the manufacturing sector whose share in the GDP has stagnated at around 16 per cent. The government has also shared its intention of turning India into a manufacturing powerhouse and raising the share of manufacturing in India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to 20 per cent by 2025. (Authored by Anurag Singh, MD and Auto Sector Lead, Primus Partners)
“Cities are growing at an unprecedented rate, providing opportunities for economic and social growth. But as the economy grows, market opportunities grow, and migration becomes inevitable,” Ms Aarti Harbhajanka, Co-Founder & MD, Primus Partners, said. “Millions of people migrate into cities, but only a few can afford housing – such a scenario is not sustainable