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  • 1. PRESENTATION ON Chitkara Business School
  • 2. Meaning Of Electronics Industry. Business of creating,designing,producing and selling devices such as : radios televisions cameras stereos computers semiconductors transistors etc.
  • 3. EVOLUTION The electronics industry came in 1900s when the electron tube having two elements was invented by John Ambrose Flemming. till the 1950s the techniques developed were known as “radio techniques” as they were mainly used in the radio appliances It was the 1960s when the analog devices were invented that brought a revolution in the electronics industry In 1970s the consumer electronics were developed These years also saw the dominance of the United States of America coming to an end with many new economies showing their presence
  • 4. IN INDIA The electronic industry in india took off around 1965 Its was followed by consumer electronics mainly with transistor radios, black & white TV, calculators and other audio products In 1982 in the history of television in india the government allowed thousand of colour TV sets to be imported into the country And now growing at a brisk pace It is currently US$ 32 billion Constitute 0.7 per cent of global electronic industry
  • 5.  The output of the electronic hardware industry in india is worth US$ 11.6 billion at present India is also an exporter of a vast range of electronic components and products for the following segments a) Display technologies b) Entertainment electronics c) Optical Storage devices d) Passive components e) Electromechanical components f) Telecom equipment
  • 6.  The export performance of electronic goods is expected to touch US $ 15 billion by 2013-14. In the year 2005 India’s electronic consumption was around 1.8 %. It is likely to touch 5.5 % in 2010. According to a study conducted by ISA and Frost Sullivan, India’s semi- conductor market would grow by 2.5 times. The share of electronics production in Indias GDP has been growing over the years 1.6% share in Indias GDP in 2001-02, it has increased to 1.95% in 2009-10.
  • 7. The market for electronic products in India haswitnessed significant growth in recent years due toseveral factors, such as :-Manufacturing growth ICT penetration, growing disposable income retail boom and attractive finance schemes
  • 8. Challanges Heavy taxation:- total tax around 25-30% 65% of indian population still lives in villages increase in price wars due to the entry of new players in the market Poor distribution network in semi-urban and rural areas Low awareness of consumer electronics products in rural India Presence of gray market in consumer electronics products, especially in DVD player, music players. Companies need to increase focus on product differentiation to address various segmental specific needs.
  • 9. Market SizeThe electronic industry in India constitutes just 0.7 % of the global electronic industry
  • 10. MAJOR PLAYERS
  • 11. Market Share Of Major Players Sony 15 per cent Toshiba 13.2 per cent Samsung Apple Nokia 30.6 per cent
  • 12. SONY Akio Morita was a Japanese businessman and co- founder of Sony Corporation along with Masaru Ibuka.Morita On May 7, 1946, Morita and Ibuka founded the forerunner to Sony Corporation, Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha (Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation). It had about 20 employees. Moritas family invested in Sony during the early period and became its largest shareholder. He was the oldest of four siblings and his father Kyuzaemon trained him as a child to take over the family He later joined the navy and served as a lieutenant during World War II.
  • 13. TOSHIBA Tanaka Hisashige was a Japanese engineer and inventor during the late Edo and Meiji period Japan. He is one of the founders of what later became Toshiba Corporation. He has been called the Thomas Edisonof Japan" Tanaka was born in Kurume, Chikugo province (present day Fukuoka prefecture) as the eldest son of a tortoise shell craftsman. A gifted artisan, at the age of 14, he had already invented a loom. At 20 he made made karakuri dolls, with hydraulic mechanism. capable of relatively complex movements, which were then much in demand by the aristocrats of Kyoto, daimyō in various feudal domains, and by the Shōgun’s court in Edo. At age 21, he was performing around the country at festivals with clockwork dolls he constructed himself.
  • 14. SAMSUNG Byung-chull Lee He was the founder of Samsung Group was born February 12, 1910, died 19 November 1987. He was the son of a wealthy land owner and had attended lectures at the University of Tokyo Wesda though not until graduation. Lee Byung-chull use inheritance to open a rice mill for the first attempt. efforts were not going well. In 1938 Lee Byung-Chull export trading company established in Korea, selling fish, vegetables, and fruits to China. Lee moved its headquarters to Seoul in 1947. After the war, in 1954, Lee founded Cheil Mojik and build a woolen mill in Chimsan-dong, Daegu. And that is the largest woolen mill in the country, the company grew rapidly into large companies. After his death, his estate (Ho-Am) was opened to the public for tours.
  • 15. APPLE Steve Jobs was born in San Francisco, California to Joanne Simpson and a Syrian father. In 1972, Jobs graduated from Homestead High School in Cupertino, California and enrolled in Reed College in Portland, Oregon One semester later, he had dropped out, later taking up the study of philosophy and foreign cultures. He was co-founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Apple Inc. Jobs also co-founded and served as chief executive of Pixar Animation Studios he became a member of the board of directors of The Walt Disney Company in 2006, following the acquisition of Pixar by Disney. On medical leave for most of 2011, Jobs resigned as Apple CEO in August that year and was elected Chairman of the Board. He died of respiratory arrest related to his metastatic tumor on October 5, 2011. He continues to receive honors and public recognition for his influence in the technology and music industries
  • 16. NOKIA Knut Fredrik Idestam (October 28,1838– April 8, 1916) was a Finnish mining engineer and businessman, best known as a founder of Nokia. In May 1865, Idestam obtained a permit to construct a groundwood paper millat Tampere,Finland. The mill began operations in 1866. In 1871, Idestam and Leo Mechelin founded Nokia Ltd. and moved the companys operations to the city of Nokia, Finland. Idestam retired from the management of the company in 1896.
  • 17. CURRENT SCENARIO India’s consumer electronics devices market, defined as the addressable market for computing devices, mobile handsets and AV products, is projected at about US$29.4bn in 2011. This is expected to increase to US$50.6bn by 2015, driven by rising incomes and growing affordability. Only nine out of 1,000 people in India own a computer, one-fifth of the level in China, while Indian handset population penetration is about 57%.
  • 18.  Spending on consumer electronics devices is projected to grow at an overall CAGR of 14% through 2015, with the key segments including low-cost mobile handsets, colour TVs, set-top boxes and notebook computers. In 2010 demand for LED TV sets grew strongly, and touchscreen phones were another growth area.
  • 19. COMPUTERS Computers accounted for about 33% of Indian consumer electronics spending in 2010. BMI forecasts Indian domestic market computer hardware sales (including notebooks and accessories) of US$8.9bn in 2011, up from US$8.0bn in 2010. Sales were up by as much as one-third in H110 compared with the same period of the previous year. With PC penetration at about 2%, the computer hardware compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for the 2011- 2015 period will be about 18%.
  • 20. AUDIO AND VIDEO India’s domestic video, audio and gaming device market is expected to grow to a value of US$21.1bn in 2015. TV will remain the core product in this category, with sports events such as India Premier League cricket and the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi driving demand for TV set upgrades. LCD TV set sales were projected to pass 2.7mn in 2010, while vendors also reported strong growth in the LED TV set segment.
  • 21. MOBILES Mobile Handsets Indian mobile handset sales accounted for about 33% of Indian consumer electronics spending in 2009. Total Indian market handset sales are expected to approach 229mn units in 2015, as mobile subscriber penetration soars towards 145%. Vendors are likely to increase their focus on semiurban rural customers, with penetration in rural areas estimated at less than 15%, far below the national level. Smartphones and touchscreen models are a strong growth area