India has a different and dynamic business scene, with a blend of enormous partnerships, little and medium-sized undertakings, and new companies. The country’s economy has gone through massive changes in ongoing many years, with financial advancement approaches prompting expanded contest, unfamiliar speculation, and business. Business play had a huge impact in India’s monetary development and have expanded into a scope of ventures, including broadcast communications, assembling, and retail. This book is a successful attempt by author to educate readers on India’a Business.
About the book: Seventy-five years after India attained freedom at the stroke of the midnight hour, the Indian economy has emerged as one of the largest in the world, with a vibrant start-up ecosystem. It has certainly come a long way since the time economic performance, shackled by socialist policies and the License-Permit-Quota Raj, was christened the ‘Hindu rate of growth’. In an attempt to understand this remarkably robust and resilient growth story of Indian business and enterprise, Amitabh Kant offers a multi-faceted survey of the nation’s business heritage and culture in Made in India.
This is a groundbreaking account of the development of Indian business and enterprise from the colonial period to the present. It not only introduces readers to formative business leaders (including Jamsetji Tata, Ghanshyam Das Birla and Walchand Hirachand Doshi) and leading firms (Wadia Group, Kirloskar Brothers Limited and Shapoorji Pallonji) but also analyse their presence in the country’s economy, their growth over time and their true impact on society.
Made in India comes to life with inspiring stories of entrepreneurs like Sunil Bharti Mittal and Rahul Bhatia, who have navigated many ups and downs on the road to building successful enterprises.
About the author: Amitabh Kant (born 1 March 1956) served as the organization’s second CEO. NITI Aayog is the Government of India’s think centre for public policy. He is a former employee of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), the country’s central civil agency.
Kant was listed in the 2019 edition of India Today’s High & Mighty rankings under the heading “The Supercrats – India’s Top Bureaucrats,” alongside other officials like Nripendra Misra and Ajit Doval. He is currently an Indian representative at the G20.