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Opportunity in India - June 2007

India is an obvious "potential" market for any UK company considering exports. But it is important that it is seen as a very sophisticated market. It has a middle class of 300 million people who want access to all the products common to the UK High Street.  They may not yet have the purchasing power to buy at UK prices, but they do have the capability to enter into partnerships to produce locally at local prices. 

This report highlights on the opportunities and expressed need in Indian Economy for all these trade clusters:

Screen, Image and Sound (media)
Transport Technologies (aviation, automotive, infrastructure)
Medical Thighlights serve vsvechnologies (biotech & pharmaceuticals; healthcare)
Business Professional Services (education & training, insurance, tariffs)
Tourism and Leisure (heritage & restoration, travel and tourism)
Food and Drink
Information Communication Technologies (telecom)
The above highlights serve to illustrate the fact that India is ready to do business in almost every sector. It is a market, which is set to continuing growing for at least another 30 years as a result of its own demography. 

Source: UK Trade and Investment 

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Creative and Media Sector Review - June 2007

The contemporary creative industries in India are intricately connected to the information, communication and entertainment (ICE) sectors of the economy, and are considered to be a part of the growth sectors of the Indian economy.
These industries are known to be very receptive to overseas expertise and technologies so as to add value to the content of their outputs or to increase the efficiencies of their production and distribution processes. Thus there is a large business opportunity (in terms of equipment sales, knowledge and technology transfer, marketing and distribution arrangements, project management and consulting, software development, and others) to be exploited. In addition to several UK companies, USA, Japan, Canada, France & Germany, Singapore, Malaysia and Australia are all present in the market and working at tapping a sizeable portion of these opportunities.

Source: UK Trade and Investment 

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Entertainment and Media Industry today - March 2007

As the Entertainment and Media Industry continues to evolve due to shifting consumer preferences, evolving technology and convergence of traditional and new media, finding a concrete definition of the industry is similar to hitting a moving target. The definitions will continue to blur in the coming years. The potential impact of Convergence on the television and advertising industries has long been predicted, but in 2006, the theory is beginning to become a reality in India.

Source: Price Water House Coopers 

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Media & Entertainment: Market Overview - December 2005

India today is a major emerging global market. During the financial year 2004-05, India's GDP grew at an estimated 6.9 per cent on top of a growth of 8.2 per cent in the previous year making it one of the best performing economies in the world. Over the next 2-3 years, India is predicted to maintain a growth rate of 7-8 per cent. The BRIC report by Goldman Sachs predicts that India's economy will become the third largest in the world by 2032, ranking just after the US and China.

Source: India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF)

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Media & Entertainment, Animation India: Building On Age-Old Storytelling Skills - February 2005

When children in the US tune in to the popular cartoon programme "Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks" on PBS, few know that the adorable pig and his friends have been created in India.
Mumbai-based Crest Communications, the creator of Piggley Winks, has tieups with television networks in the US to produce animated content. So does Chennai-based Pentamedia Graphics, which has produced the most number of 3D animated movies in the world - six - and has a few more under production.

Source: India Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF)

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