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June 11, 2012
| Industrial Goods and Services | Financial Express
By identifying the barriers to profitability, construction firms in India can fulfill the promise inherent in the sweeping opportunity before them, for themselves and their shareholders.
May 07, 2012
| Private Equity | Bain report
In this third edition of Bain's India Private Equity report, we highlight the key trends that shaped the PE industry in 2011 and closely examine industry expectations for 2012 and beyond.
March 19, 2012
| Social and Public Sector | Bain report
Too many individuals have been excluded from India’s economic boom over the past decade—the country is simultaneously home to one of the world’s fastest-growing HNWI populations and one in three of the world’s malnourished children.
December 19, 2011
| The Economic Times
Behind the dire headlines and marketplace frictions, a handful of macro trends are at work, according to a Bain & Company study of macro trends to 2020. Cumulatively, these macro trends will add up to $27 trillion in global GDP growth, which will swell to $90 trillion by 2020, 40% larger than
November 12, 2011
| Financial Services | The Economic Times
Industries in start-up mode can be innovative, scrappy and undisciplined as they scramble to grow and capture market share. Those traits have characterized the rambunctious life of the India's insurance market.
October 10, 2011
| Consumer Products | Bain newsletters
Is your global company organized to take full advantage of the rapid changes in emerging markets?
October 03, 2011
| IT | Bain capability brief
Four skills can help companies reap the hoped-for benefits of their IT spending and ensure that new IT investments target the highest-impact projects.
August 01, 2011
| Financial Services | Bain industry brief
Industries in start-up mode can be innovative, scrappy and undisciplined as they scramble to grow and capture market share. Those traits have certainly characterized the rambunctious life insurance market over the past decade of India’s rapid economic expansion.
March 24, 2011
| Private Equity | The Economic Times
The job of the chief executive has expanded dramatically in recent years, both in scope and complexity. The companies they head often operate worldwide and in a business climate that has rarely been more turbulent. Instead of heading simple pyramids, they now manage intricate networks of
March 23, 2011
| Private Equity | VC Circle
Our view of the 2011 global PE markets must take into account not only the conflicting forces at work in 2010, but also the continued fragility of the global economic recovery and credit markets.