Business Today: Latest Business News, India economy News, Stock Markets, Sensex, Mutual Funds and Indian Tax
Search

Total 32 results found. Search for [ India's Best SMEs 2015 ]

Results 1 to 21 of 32
Team BT
Delhi, February 6, 2017
The first Budget since demonetisation has been a careful exercise by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. It caters to the core constituency - farmers and lower income people - while not introducing anything that hurt industry.


B.S.S. Reddy
January 23, 2017
In the past three years, the bank's advances grew even faster at 27.85 per cent CAGR, while in 2015/16 it grew by 29.99 per cent, according to BT-KPMG study. Growth in deposits clocked 18.61 per cent CAGR in the three-year period, but picked up pace in 2015/16 to 22.53 per cent.


By Anand Adhikari
Delhi, July 23, 2016
The Rs 22,915 crore injected into public sector banks will not be sufficient if we consider their severe asset quality deterioration, plunging profitability and low valuations.


IndiaToday.in
April 7, 2016
The awards considered the entire value chain to identify financial service providers - banks, insurance and mutual funds - which have performed the best in their categories.


Anand Adhikari
December 29, 2015
Rajeev Jain has transformed a small auto finance business into a well-diversified financial services company.


Anand Adhikari
December 21, 2015
Now, SBI, which was often labelled as old-fashioned, has an aggressive social media strategy, providing Internet and mobile banking solutions with ease to cater to the Gen Y customers.


PTI
New Delhi, November 2, 2015
According to research firm CMR, 3.35 lakh units of inkjet printers were shipped to India in Q1 of 2015, higher by 4% from the year-ago period.


Alokesh Bhattacharyya
October 5, 2015
Winners of Business Today Best SME Awards are setting high standards and taking giant strides forward.


Dipak Mondal
September 24, 2015
Udyog Aadhar is a one-page self-declaration form that will allow an enterprise to register itself with the government authorities and 'self-certify' its existence.


Manu Kaushik
September 25, 2015
Nearly 55 per cent of PMR's business comes from global operations. The tenure of a typical contract varies from one year to 10 years. However, some engagements are for the long term. The relationship with Bharti Airtel, for instance, is 21 years old.


PB Jayakumar
September 25, 2015
Symphony has a 50 per cent share (40 per cent in volume terms) of the domestic organised market, followed by Kenstar (35 per cent), Bajaj Electricals (15 per cent) and Usha.


Venkatesha Babu
October 2, 2015
In the past four years, its revenues have grown by 250 per cent and were $30 million in 2014/15, says Narayanan Ramanathan, Chief Executive of San Engineering and Locomotive.


Mahesh Nayak
October 2, 2015
Everest Flavours exports 95-99% of its products, with demand from China - driven by the country's focus on food crops since 2008 - acting as a driving force.


Jyotindra Dubey
October 2, 2015
Around 70 per cent of its revenues come from outside India, the US topping the list of foreign clients with 29 per cent, followed by West Asia at 28 per cent.


Alokesh Bhattacharyya
September 27, 2015
Established in 1991, Control Print has made admirable strides in the coding and marking industry. The company has a wide range of customers, including Holcim, ACC, UltraTech Cement, Unilever, Emami, and Tata Steel.


Taslima Khan
September 19, 2015
Small businesses rise up to the challenges of stiffening competition, increasing costs and slowing export markets.


Jyotindra Dubey
September 28, 2015
A fourth of Forace's revenues come from its innovations, which are propelled by a specialised R&D team. It has developed a solid resin technology for use in the shell process in foundries, which is more efficient than the traditional liquid resin technology used in India.


Jyotindra Dubey
September 19, 2015
State-run HSCC has managed to successfully crack a sector primarily dominated by private players.


Alokesh Bhattacharyya
September 30, 2015
Nitin Fire Protection Industries plans to achieve the target by growing organically and also by acquiring companies in the Gulf, Europe and Africa.


Alokesh Bhattacharyya
September 27, 2015
The major chunk of Cravatex's business comes from Fila, the 1911-founded Italian sportswear brand that is now owned by Yoon-Soo Yoon, who was once its Korean licensee.


PAGES 1 OF 2  12