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  1. 1. India
  2. 2. Part # 1 Cities in India
  3. 3. City People Delhi 17 million Mumbai 12 million Bangalore 8.5 million Chennai 7 million Hyderabad 7 million Ahmadabad 5.5 million Kolkata 4.5 million
  4. 4. Mumbai is the most densely populated city in the world. 23,000 people per km2.
  5. 5. Dadra and Nagar Haveli north of Mumbai in the western part of India have had the highest population growth since 2001.
  6. 6. Chennai. People people per km2 in 2011.
  7. 7. Part # 2 People who live in India
  8. 8. At least 16 languages are spoken in India.
  9. 9. Number of girls aged 0 – 6 years for every 1,000 boys
  10. 10. 40% of India’s women in the ages 25–54 were economically active in 2010. In comparison, 88% of women in China and 73% in Brazil were economically active in 2010.
  11. 11. India is home to 28% of the world's hair - thanks to the long tresses that Indian women maintain throughout their lives. Johnson, Marc: Seizing the White Space, p. 73.
  12. 12. Families in India spend many resources on weddings
  13. 13. The high power distance in India can reduce innovation. For example, only the so-called “peon” = a runner will move a desk from a to b in companies.
  14. 14. 2 reasons for high power distance in India: 1. The influences of Hinduism. 2. The tradition of the caste system.
  15. 15. The importance of caste is changing in India. For example, no caste exists for  call-centre workers,  computer programmers  English teachers.
  16. 16. Part # 3 Innovation examples and potential in India
  17. 17. 10% of people in India have refrigerators.
  18. 18. In Shani Shingnapur, a town 300 km. East of Mumbai, houses have no doors.
  19. 19. 124 million households in India cook with wood.
  20. 20. Feeling your food is a way of signalling to the stomach that you are about to eat. You become more conscious of the taste, textures and aromas.
  21. 21. Supermarkets in India.
  22. 22. Foreign participation in India’s retail sector is highly politicized because of the large number of people employed in mom-and-pop stores.
  23. 23. The number of people using the Internet in India is growing strongly
  24. 24. India has 62,000 newspapers. 90% of them are in local languages. How can the use of blogs help speed up innovation?
  25. 25. On people can connect with the government and contribute to achieving good governance.
  26. 26. creates a digital national agricultural market with the goal of increasing farm productivity.
  27. 27.
  28. 28. 2014/01/13/40-more-maps-that-explain-the-world/ Between Kolkata and Chennai in the Eastern part of India, few households have toilets.
  29. 29. There is a strong need to create conditions that help keep the Yamuna river in the Northern part of India clean. The Yamuna river is polluted to a level 100,000 times above the standard for safe bathing. It receives 3 billion litres of waste every day from small industries and sewage lines.
  30. 30. The jewelry market in India, estimated to be around USD 15 billion to USD 20 billion, primarily comprises a host of small players. While there are strong city-specific players like and in Bangalore or in Chennai, is the only significant national brand.
  31. 31. Weavers, who work for, get wool from Australia, New Zealand, Argentina and China and blends it with wool from Rajasthan in the Northwestern part of India.
  32. 32. Examples of crowdfunding platforms:
  33. 33. Using icicibank, people can pay other people on Twitter.
  34. 34. 75% of the patients at Aravind eye hospital in Madurai get free treatment.
  35. 35. Examples of hotels in India.
  36. 36. Automotive industry clusters in India
  37. 37. Strong growth in Internet of Things in India 2015 Potential in 2015 Less than 1 million devices connected to the Internet. 3 billion to 10 billion devices connected to the Internet.
  38. 38. Further inspiration