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TheTata group
a globalbusiness group
with products and services in over 150countries
over 540,000employees and operations
...
Tata Commitment
 At the Tata group, our core purpose is long
term value creation for all stakeholders
 The manner in whi...
Business Sectors
Materials
Metals
Composites
Engineering
Automotive
Engineering Products,
Projects and Services
Energy
Pow...
Group Revenue
6.0
29,100 8.9
38,607
10.4
49,457
FY92 FY04 FY06 FY08 FY10 FY11 FY12FY00 FY02
14.2
65,424
21.9
96,723
62.5
2...
Pioneering – Businesses and Industrial Practices
PIONEERING – BUSINESSES
PIONEERING – INDUSTRIAL PRACTICES
Pension and
Gra...
TataTrusts
 66% shareholding in Tata Sons, the promoter holding company
 Endowments for creation of national institution...
Role of Companies
 Committed to improving the quality of life of communities through
programmes in areas such as health, ...
Growth Drivers
INVESTMENTS IN INDIA’S
GROWTH ECONOMY
INTERNATIONALISATION
Key Expansion Areas
 Over a 5 year horizon major growth is envisaged in:
• Infrastructure
• Retail
• Financial Services
•...
Products and services for customers in the larger part of the pyramid
 Tata Chemicals – ‘Swach’ water purifier
 Tata Mot...
Growth Drivers
INVESTMENTS IN INDIA’S
GROWTH ECONOMY
INTERNATIONALISATION
Group International Revenue
FY06 FY07 FY08 FY10 FY11 FY12FY05
% of Total group Revenue
International Revenue ($ bn)
Y-on-Y...
NORTH AMERICA
Tata Steel
Jaguar Land Rover
Taj Group
Tata Chemicals North America
Tata Communications
Tata Consultancy Ser...
Sustainable Innovation
 Tata Nano World’s most affordable passenger car
 Tata Swach Nanotech-based water purifier provid...
Tata companies are building
multinational businesses that seek to differentiate themselves
through customer centricity, in...
www.tata.com
/ TataCompanies / TataCompanies
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  1. 1. TheTata group a globalbusiness group with products and services in over 150countries over 540,000employees and operations in over 100countries group revenue of $96.8 bn with 63%generated in geographies other than India global leader in several sectors
  2. 2. Tata Commitment  At the Tata group, our core purpose is long term value creation for all stakeholders  The manner in which we operate evokes trust among customers, employees, shareholders and the community  We are committed to protecting this heritage of leadership with trust through the way in which we conduct our business
  3. 3. Business Sectors Materials Metals Composites Engineering Automotive Engineering Products, Projects and Services Energy Power Renewable Energy Oil and Gas Exploration Consumer Products Beverages Watches and Jewellery Retailing Services Hotels and Realty Financial Services Logistics Urban Services Chemicals Chemicals Pesticides and Seeds InformationTechnologyand Communications Communications IT Services Design Services Revenue FY13: $ 96.8 bn / Rs 527,047 cr from 100+ operating companies Services 4% Energy 6% Consumer Products 4% Information Technology and Communications 16% Materials 28% Engineering 39% Tata Consultancy Services Tata Communications Tata Teleservices Tata Steel Tata Motors Voltas Tata AutoComp Systems Tata Power Tata Global Beverages Titan Indian Hotels Tata Chemicals Largest companies Chemical 3%
  4. 4. Group Revenue 6.0 29,100 8.9 38,607 10.4 49,457 FY92 FY04 FY06 FY08 FY10 FY11 FY12FY00 FY02 14.2 65,424 21.9 96,723 62.5 251,543 67.4 319,534 83.3 379,675 100.09 475,721 $ Bn Cr 96.8 527,047 5.8 14,092 FY96 FY13 Cr Nearly 10 times in last 11 years (Rs) Exchange rate for FY13 $ = 54.45
  5. 5. Pioneering – Businesses and Industrial Practices PIONEERING – BUSINESSES PIONEERING – INDUSTRIAL PRACTICES Pension and Gratuity; Worker’s Provident Fund scheme in 1901 Taj Group Tata Steel – India’s first integrated steel plant Schooling facilities for children Maternity benefits Tata Consultancy Services – IT services Eka - India’s first supercomputer in private sector Free medical aid Leave with pay, workmen’s accident compensation scheme Tata Airlines – Civil aviation Tata Indica – India’s first indigenous car Tata Nano - World’s most affordable car Eight hour working day Tata Power – Hydro power Profit sharing bonus Retiring gratuity
  6. 6. TataTrusts  66% shareholding in Tata Sons, the promoter holding company  Endowments for creation of national institutions • Indian Institute of Science • Tata Institute of Social Sciences • Tata Memorial Hospital • Tata Institute of Fundamental Research • National Centre for the Performing Arts • Tata Medical Center  Development assistance – for livelihoods, health, education, micro- finance, bio-diversity, water harvesting  Educational scholarships for Indians for higher studies outside India • JN Tata Endowment scheme (established in 1892)  Educational scholarships for studies in India  Medical grants for individuals  Disaster relief (along with Tata companies) …What came from the people has gone back to the people many times over. - J R D Tata
  7. 7. Role of Companies  Committed to improving the quality of life of communities through programmes in areas such as health, education, vocational training  Sustainability built into business processes  Active volunteering programme – over 45,000 volunteers  Tata Council for Community Initiatives – nodal agency to synergise and evolve strategies for group companies‘ sustainability activities  Active programmes around the world include: • India: UN award winning programme on HIV/AIDS , computer-based adult literacy, e-learning teaching application for special children, whale shark conservation • North America: Partnership with the First Book programme • UK: Education Business Partnership centres providing learning facilities • China: Support Operation Smile’s treatment of cleft lip patients • Africa: Scholarships, skills transfer and training In a free enterprise, the communityis not just another stakeholder in the business, but is in fact the very purpose of its existence. - Jamsetji Tata
  8. 8. Growth Drivers INVESTMENTS IN INDIA’S GROWTH ECONOMY INTERNATIONALISATION
  9. 9. Key Expansion Areas  Over a 5 year horizon major growth is envisaged in: • Infrastructure • Retail • Financial Services • Defence and Aerospace
  10. 10. Products and services for customers in the larger part of the pyramid  Tata Chemicals – ‘Swach’ water purifier  Tata Motors – Intra-city light truck: Ace  Indian Hotels – Ginger 'Smart Basics' hotels  Titan Company – Sonata watches and Gold Plus jewellery  Tata Chemicals – Salt / Kisan Sansar (Farmers' World)  Tata Housing – Shubh Griha project  Rallis – Agro products and services  Tata Power Solar Systems – Rural energy sources Expanding Domestic Addressable Market
  11. 11. Growth Drivers INVESTMENTS IN INDIA’S GROWTH ECONOMY INTERNATIONALISATION
  12. 12. Group International Revenue FY06 FY07 FY08 FY10 FY11 FY12FY05 % of Total group Revenue International Revenue ($ bn) Y-on-Y growth 4.7 FY13FY09 6.8 10.8 38.3 45.9 38.4 48.3 59.1 60.7 27% 32% 38% 61% 65% 57% 58% 59% 63% 44% 60% 254% 20% -16% 26% 22% 3%
  13. 13. NORTH AMERICA Tata Steel Jaguar Land Rover Taj Group Tata Chemicals North America Tata Communications Tata Consultancy Services Tata Elxsi Tata Global Beverages Tata Interactive Systems Tata Sons North America Tata Technologies SOUTH AMERICA Rallis Tata Chemicals Tata Communications Tata Consultancy Services Tata International Tata Motors Tata Steel Europe AFRICA Jaguar Land Rover Taj Group Tata Africa Holdings Tata Automobile Corp SA Tata Chemicals Magadi Tata Consultancy Services Tata Communications Tata Global Beverages Tata Motors (SA) Tata Power Tata Steel KZN AUSTRALIA Taj Group Tata Communications Tata Consultancy Services Tata Global Beverages Tata Interactive Systems Tata Steel TM International Logistics EUROPE, incl. UK Jaguar Land Rover Taj Group Tata Chemicals Europe Tata Communications Tata Consultancy Services Tata Elxsi Tata Global Beverages Tata Interactive Systems Tata Limited. Tata Motors Tata Steel Europe Tata Technologies TM International Logistics WEST ASIA Taj Group Tata Consultancy Services Tata Elxsi Tata Interactive Systems Tata West Asia FZE Tata Motors Titan Voltas SOUTH EAST ASIA, EAST ASIA and SOUTH ASIA Jaguar Land Rover Joil (S) Pte. Kalzip NatSteel Holdings Taj Group Tata AutoComp Tata Capital Tata Communications Tata Consultancy Services Tata Global Beverages Tata International Tata Motors Tata Steel International Tata Steel Thailand Tata Technologies TM International Logistics Trust Energy Resources INDIA Headquarters for majority of Tata companies, including promoter holding company Tata Sons Indicates Key Operations CHINA Jaguar Land Rover Auto. Trading Kalzip Nanjing Tata AutoComp NatSteel Xiamen Tata Communications Tata Consultancy Services Tata Global Beverages Tata Projects Tata Sons China Tata South East Asia Tata Steel Asia Tata Steel International TM international Logistics TRL Krosaki Refractories York Transport Worldwide Footprint
  14. 14. Sustainable Innovation  Tata Nano World’s most affordable passenger car  Tata Swach Nanotech-based water purifier provides potable water without using electricity  Aluminium body structures in cars Jaguar Land Rover has pioneered the use of aluminium body structures in cars and SUVs, to reduce weight and thereby improve fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emission  Silent Track Tata Steel’s Silent Track system tackles noise at the source and can be fitted with minimal change to current railway infrastructure. Benefits people living near railway lines by reducing noise  Tech Services to Formula 1 racing Tata Communications has a Global Technology association for services like connectivity, hosting and content delivery
  15. 15. Tata companies are building multinational businesses that seek to differentiate themselves through customer centricity, innovation, entrepreneurship and trustworthiness while balancing the interests of shareholders, employees and civil society, with the core purpose of long term value creation for all stakeholders Going Forward
  16. 16. www.tata.com / TataCompanies / TataCompanies Follow us on Leadership with Trust
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