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  • INDIAS largest business group
    DIVERSE BUSINESS in 7 sectors
    OPERATIONS in over 80 countries
    GROUP REVENUE is 8330cr
    GROUP PROFIT is 2178.28 cr (approx)
    OVERVIEW
  • PIONEERS
    JAMSETJI TATA
    DORAB JI TATA
    SIR RATAN TATA
    JRD TATA
    NAVAL TATA
  • Deep rooted history
    FOUNDATION
    1868-1931
    CONSOLIDATION
    1932-89
    EXPANSION
    1990 onwards
  • FOUNDATION
    Central India Spinning, Weaving and Manufacturing Company
    1874
    1902
    TAJ MAHAL PALACE AND TOWERS
    1907
    TISCO, TATA LIMITED IN LONDON
    1910
    TATA ELECTRIC COMPANIES
    1911
    INDIAN INSTITUE OF SCIENCE
    1912
    EIGHT HOUR WORKING DAYS
    1917
    TATA OIL MILLS
  • CONSOLIDATION
    The Tata group ventured into new areas and built on the foundations, in spite of the restraints imposed by a controlled economy.
  • 1917
    TATA ELECTRIC COMPANIES AT TROMBAY
    1932
    TATA AIRLINES
    1939
    TATA CHEMICALS
    TATA ENGINEERING (TELCO)
    1945
    1952
    LAKME WAS LAUNCHED LATER SOLD TO HUL
    1954
    VOLTAS
    1962
    TATA FINLAY AND TATA EXPORTS
    1968
    TCS
  • EXPANSION1996 1998
    Tata India – India's first indigenously designed and manufactured car – is launched by Tata Motors, spearheading the Group's entry into the passenger car segment.
    Tata Teleservices (TTSL) is established to spearhead the Group's foray into the telecom sector.
  • 1999
    2000
    Tata Tea acquires the Tetley Group, UK. This is the first major acquisition of an international brand by an Indian business group.
    The new Tata Group corporate mark and logo are launched.
  •  2001 2003
    Tata AIG – a joint venture between the Tata Group and American International Group Inc (AIG) – marks the Tatare-entry into insurance.
    Tata Motors launches CityRover – Indicas fashioned for the European market..
  • 2004
    2005
    Tata Steel acquiredSingapore-
    based steelcompany NatSteel.
    VSNL acquired Tyco Global
    Network.
    TheTajtakes over
    management of The Pierre, NY .
    Tata Motors acquires the heavy vehicles unit of Daewoo Motors, South Korea.
    TCS goes public in July 2004
  • 2005
    TCS acquires Sydney-based Financial Network Services (FNS)
    Taco acquires WundschWeidinger, Germany.
    Tata Steel acquires Millennium
    Steel, Thailand.
    Tata Chemicals acquires controlling
    stake in Brunner Mond Group, UK.
    Tata launched gold plus ,a new
    jewellery range.
  • 2006
    Tata Credit Card launched
    Foundation stone for the Tata Medical Centre unveiled in Kolkata
    TCS launches India’s largest e-governance initiative, MCA-21
    Tata Coffee acquires US-based Eight O'ClockCoffee.
    Tata’sjoin hands with Indigene Pharmaceuticals.
    VSNL rebrands SNO as Neotel in South Africa.
  • 2007
    In a giant leap, Tata Steel's acquisition of the Anglo-Dutch steel major Corus.
    • Tata Nanowas in it development phase which got unveiled in 2008.
  • LATEST AQUSITIONS IN TATA GROUP
    JAN 2009 – General chemicals
    JAN 2010 – BT Groups
    DEC 2010 – British salt
    DEC 2010 – Metahelix life science.
  • INSPIRITATION
  • THANK YOU
    Group members:
    RUCHIKA THAKUR
    VIVEK
    MANISH