Indians, comparatively, drink very little wine; they prefer liquor which
quickly makes them tipsy. There are also other hurdles - the amount of investment required, the
scarcity of local technical expertise and various marketing and
Pharmacy chain MedPlus is now the second-biggest in India, after Apollo Founded by a doctor-turned-entrepreneur, MedPlus is second only to Apollo Hospitals-backed Apollo Pharmacy. Every day, it sells around 600,000 units of medicine across its 1,070 stores spanning seven
Business incubators have arisen to help start-up entrepreneurs Social entrepreneurship has grown in India because of several factors. Business incubators have arisen to help social entrepreneurs understand the intricacies of business and scale up to attract investment.
Mysore Paints & Varnish's ink has made its mark at polls in India and elsewhere You may never have heard of Mysore Paints & Varnish, but the company's ink has made its mark at polls in India and elsewhere. In India, the ink is used for elections all the way from Parliament down
to municipalities, cooperative institutions, and organisations that, by
law, require elections.
Fund managers expect Sensex to hover between 18,000 and 20,000 In the third edition of the BT-Morningstar Asset Allocation Survey, nearly half of all fund managers expect the Sensex to hover between 18,000 and 20,000.
Debt-laden companies are selling off assets in a slowing economy A weak
rupee and volatile capital markets offer little hope of a turnaround
any time soon. The asset sales will release the funds as well as management bandwidth for corporate houses to focus on their main businesses.
India new battleground for rivals British Airways and Virgin Atlantic British Airways and Virgin Atlantic Airways are ready to slug it out in a new ring - India - with the two long-haul airlines looking to expand their offerings and increase their share of Indian travellers flying to Europe and North America.
Timeshare pioneer Sterling Holiday Resorts is staging a comeback Timeshare pioneer made efforts to increase revenues by adding new members, focusing on nonmember business and offering a wide range of food and beverages options at resorts. A strong social media strategy was drawn up, and human resources given top priority to make a comeback.