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    • India’s largest business group With businesses in seven sectors And operation 80 countries; With products and services available in over 85 countries, And over 7,85,000 employees. Group over revenue up to RS 50 crore, 58% in geographies other than India.
    • Chemicals Consumer Products Material Energy 5% 3% Tata Consultancy Services • Tata Power •Tata Communications •Tata Chemicals •Tata Teleservices •Titan •Voltas •Tata Auto Comp System •Indian Hotels • 6% Services Largest companies •Tata Steel •Tata Motors 4% 32% 16% Information Technology and communication 35% Engineering
    • Group Revenue CAGR 15.1% $87.70 4,76,980 $67.4 3,19,534 $62.5 2,15,534 $. bn $14.2 65,424 $8.9 $8.7 $9.0 $6.0 29,100 34,591 38,607 $5.8 14,093 18,953 FY92 FY94 FY96 FY98 FY00 $21.9 96,723 $10.4 49,457 FY02 FY04 FY06 FY08 FY10 FY12
    • Groups Today-Market Value Market Captialistion of 31 listed companies on September 20,2012 US $ 87.70 bn / Rs 4,76,980 cr Over 8.2% of Bombay Stock Exchange’s market Capitalisation 3.7mn shareholder 5 Largest Companies TCS Tata Motors Tata Steel Tata Power Titan Industry $ 41.37 bn / Rs 2,15,723 cr $ 19.67bn / Rs 1,01,339 cr $ 8.89 bn / Rs 4,4,804 cr $ 4.89 bn / Rs 2,5,495 cr $ 4.03 bn / Rs 2,1,019 cr
    • Ratan is the great-grandson of Tata’s group founder Jamshedji Tata Ratan Tata began his career at the Tata empire in 1962; he initially worked on the shop floor of Tata Steel, shoveling limestone and handling the blast furnace In 1981, JRD Tata stepped down as Tata Industries chairman, naming Ratan as his successor. In 1991, he was appointed group chairman of the Tata group. As group chairman of company. 28 December 1937 (age 74)
    • Jamsetji Tata Founder(1839 – 1904) Laid Group foundation with 1868 trading firm Establish Modern Textile mills 1874 onwards Strong Proponent of India’s industrialisation Committed Group’s entry into steel, power and hotel and creation of Indian Institute of science Embedded group ethos of values and nation building
    • J R D Tata Chairman (1939 – 1991) Led Group Into new business, including: Chemicals and fertilisers, civil aviation, locomotives and trucks, tea and coffee, computer software, financial services Eminent public personality: Civil aviation pioneer; founder of Air India Ardent spokesman of liberal economic regime Advocate of family planning Decorated with Bharat Ratan, nation’s highest Civilian honour
    • Industry Pioneers Tata SteelEight Hour Asia’s first working day steel plant 1907 1912 1902 1910 Taj Mahal Tata power Palace Hotel Hydro power Luxury hotels Profit sharing bones 1934 1932 Tata Airline civil aviation Schooling Facilities for children 1917 Maternity benefits 1928 1920 Leave with pay worker’s PF schemes 1915 Free medical aid Tata Consultancy 1968 1937 Retiring Gratuity 1998 Tata Motors India’s first Indigenous Car
    • 66% Shareholding in Tata Sons, the promoter company  Endowments for creation of national institutions •Indian Institute of science •Tata Institute of sciences •Tata Memorial Hospital •Tata Institute of fundamental Research •National Centre for the performing Arts •Tata Medical Centers Development assistance including for livelinghoods, health, education, micro finance, Bio diversity, water harvesting IISC Bangaluru
    • Foreign Scholarships–-Science & Engineering •JN Tata Endowment Disaster relief (along with companies) Grants in Fy 2011 $110mn /Rs 502cr
    • Tata institute of sciences National institution Established 1936 by Sir Dorabji Tata trust as India’s first school of social work ; celebrating its platinum jubilee year Attained university status in 1964; regarded as a centre of excellence for its education, research, field action and extension work Host 6 Schools, 4 Independent centers and 26 teaching programmes at under graduate, postgraduate, diploma and certificate levels Setting up of campus in Hyderabad and Gwahati
    • Comprehensive Cancer Care Center Inaugurated in 2011 Located in Kolkata to catar to patients in east and north-east India Hospital capacity 170 beds; 250 more beds to follow 50% of beds earmarked for free treatment for poorer sections $ 70mn (Rs 350 cr) facility and $ 8mn(Rs 40cr) corpus founded by Tata
    • Committed to improving the quality of life Surrounding communities through programmes in health, education, vocational training etc. Active volunteering programmes in group Illustrative initiatives •TATA steel; HIV/AIDS Programs •TCS ; Computer-based Adult Literacy program •TATA Interactive-learning teaching application for children with learning disabilities FY 11 CONTRIBUTE TO SOCIAL WELFARE $ 60mn /RS 272cr
    • Metals Tata Steel Composites Tata Advanced Materials
    • Established - 1907 AMT top 10 steelmaker in the world capacity 27 MTPA Fortune 500 companies 40 •Jamshedpur works •NatSteel Asia •Tata steel Europe •Tata Steel Thailand 20 Global Mining portfolio •India, Canada, Mozambique, South Africa, Ivory Coast & Australia Presence in 50 markets; manufacturing operation in 26 countries Expansion plans •Jamshedpur works to10 MTPA by March 2012 •Kalinganagar – 3 MTPA by 2014; 6 MTPA by 2016 0 fY 08 FY 09 FY 10 FY 11
    • Engineering - Automotive Establish in 1945
    • Information Technology Tata consultancy Services Tata Technologies Tata Elxsi Tata interactive Systems Tata Business support Services Communications Tata Teleservices Tata Communications Tata Sky
    • Established - 1968 IT solutions & Services BPO services Infrastructure Services Assets based offering Global consulting Engineering industrial services
    • Established - 1989 India’s largest pure play Engineering and design services provider 5,200 professionals, 50,000 years of collective expertise; operations in 25 countries Serving world’s leading automotive, aerospace and construction equipment manufactures Leading edge, proprietary knowledge management solutions including
    • Established – 1995 commenced mobile Services 2004-05 83.7 mn wireless and 1.4 mn wireline subscribers Pan India CDMA operation; GSM in 18 out of 22 circles Services – voice and data: Access and Solutions CDMA, GSM and 3G Enterprise and Wireline
    • Take over by Tata 2002 Global network, managed and cloud Leading wholesale international voice, data and internet provider Domestic communications services to businesses in India and South Africa Listed on NYSE Goal: Top 3 service provider in chosen markets
    • Established - 2001 Market Leader By Value 8.5 mn connection in five years of operations State-of-the-art digital infrastructure Presence in over 10,000 markets; 100,000 retail outlet
    • Power Tata Power Renewable Energy Tata BP Solar Oil and Gas Exploration Tata Petrodyne
    • Energy - Power Established - 1911 Presence in generation (thermal, hydro, solar, wind and geothermal), transmission and distribution Strategic investments in coal mines Generation capacity 4771 MW – largest private sector in India Expansion: Generation capacity > 25,000 MW by 2017
    • Hotels and Realty Indian Hotels (Taj Hotels Resorts and palaces) Tata housing Financial Services Tata AIG Life and general insurance Tata Asset Managment Logistics Drive India Enterprise Solution Urban Services
    • Established - 1903 112 Hotels; 13606 Rooms; 12 countries; 5 Continents Goal: 20,000 rooms in 19 countries Ginger “Smart Basic” Hotels – 25 existing; 20 in Pipeline In India
    • Services – Financial Services Established - 2007 Area of Business Wholesale or Corporate Business Fund Based (Assets US $ m) Commercial Finance (1,400) Fee Based (Commitments us $ m) Private equity (875) Investment Broking Retail or Consumer Business Infrastructure Finance (950) Institutional Equity And Debt Broking Consumer Finance and advisory (800) Retail Equity and Debt Broking International Business – Singapore, London
    • Beverages Tata Global Beverages Tata Tea and Coffee Watches and jewellery Titan Industries Retailing Trent Infiniti Retail
    • Established - 1964 Major brands; Tata Tea, Tetley, Eight O’ Clock Coffee, Tata Tea gold and Premium 3,000 employees, three sales and marketing regions across the globe Vision: To Be the Global leader in ‘Goods for you’ beverages
    • Established - 1984 Indian’s largest manufacturer of branded Watches and branded jewellery Indian’s largest specialty (728 stores; 915,000 sq. ft.) Also in eyewear and precision engineering Goal: $ 3 bn revenue by 2014 -15
    • Established - 1998 350 stores;> 5 mn sq. 200 lifestyle department Stores (Westside) 55 hypermarket Stores (star Bazaar) 50 books, music and movies stores (Landmark) 25 international fashion stores(Zara) 20 franchises for premium apparel (Sisley)
    • Established – 1939 India’s No.1 in Salt and world’s No.2 in Soda Ash Domestic major in Fertilisers & agro chem Entry into Seeds and branded pulses Nano-biotech innovation center Low cost, portable water purifier Goal: Be among top 50 profitable global chemical companies
    • INTERNATIONALISATION Communication 1st International voice Global Beverages 2nd Tea Products Tata Chemicals 2nd Soda ash Tata Motors Buses Manufacturer 3rd Medium / Heavy CVs 4th Tata Steel 9th Steel TCS 9th IT services
    • INVESTMENT IN INDIA’S GROWTH ECONOMY Product And Services to Address the larger part of the pyramid Tata Chemicals - ‘Swach’ water purifier Tata Motors - Nano Tata Motors - Intra City light truck: Ace IHCL - Ginger Smart Basics Hotels Tata Teleservices - Low-cost mobility Tata Housing- Shubh Griha Project Tata Chemicals - Salt / Kisan Sansar Titan - Gold Plus
    • INVESTMENT IN INDIA’S GROWTH ECONOMY Smart Basics Hotels Rs 1,000 ($20) – Rs 3,500 ($70) tariff (single room) 100 Rooms per hotel 25 open; 75 + by 2014
    • Nano technology and Biotechnology Research at Tata Chemicals Innovation Biofuels Ethanol and bio diesel Tata Chemicals Automotive – Alternatives to IC Engines Tata motors Alternate Energy, including Wind and solar Power Tata Power and Tata BP solar Supercomputer Computational Research Laboratories
    • Global / regional leadership in IT services, steel, automobiles, hotels, chemical and beverages Developing products and services to serve the larger base of the pyramid in India, Africa and Asia India leadership in telecom and power; aggressive growth in retail, real estate, hospital and financial services Increase the level of community and rural development by the trusts and companies
    • , SEEMANT TYAGI Krishna Das