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    • Retail Industry In India A Booming Enterprise
    • W H Y I N D I A ? WHY Now?
      • The world’s largest unexploited retail market, recognised as the leading destination for retail investment in the 2006 Global Retail Development Index .
      • Organised retail still only accounts for less than 4% of the overall sector. This is expected to grow by more than 400% to $30bn by 2008, taking 8% – 9% of the retail sector as a whole.
    • Why to invest?
      • FDI of up to 51% is now permitted in an Indian company operating in the retail sector under a single brand.
      • Rapid development of real estate .
      • Overseas retailers are also able to operate via franchise and strategic licensing agreements as well as wholesale operators.
    • What is the target?
      • One quarter of the world’s youth live in India. More than 50% of the Indian population is below 25 years of age .
      • By 2050, India will have overtaken China as the world’s most populous nation.
      • Growing consumer class and rising disposable incomes
    • How can one see profitability?
      • 209 million households across the country. Although only six million of these are classified as rich, a further 22% are regarded as the consuming classes. This figure is expected to rise to 32% by 2010 .
    • What’s more!
      • Disposable incomes are expected to rise at an average of 8.5% per annum until 2015
      • Availability of cheap credit is increasing
      • One of the world’s fastest growing economies; 3rd largest country in the world in PPP terms
    • Contd…
      • GDP has more than doubled in the last ten years .
    • Indian Market –A perspective!
      • Rising disposable incomes, cheap consumer credit, highly attractive demographics, a booming economy and an increasingly liberal regulatory environment. No wonder, retailers globally are getting serious about India. Though the prize may be great the road is still a tough one. From understanding local tastes and tailoring the product offering, to securing access to the right real estate, entrants to the world's largest untapped retail market face some challenges.