August 3, 2016
Technology Investment in India

India: calm, prosperity and innovation

When the CEO of Barclays makes a statement like “India is an island of calm in a world beset by turbulence” one needs to pay attention and take note. What’s also interesting is his take on how positive PM Modi has been; considering him a “source of stability needed around […]
July 26, 2016
Enabling India through technology

Enabling India through technology

A unicorn is on the loose! After circa four years of operation, Dollar Shave Club have been acquired by Unilever. Although this is not specifically related to what is happening in India there are a number of parallels and positives to be drawn from the acquisition. Firstly, and after a long(ish) wait; […]
July 18, 2016
Technology Addiction

Technology addiction and its benefits for India

Do you suffer from nomophobia? What is that I hear you ask: “the fear of not having a functioning mobile phone”. Ring true for any of you? It turns out we may be more addicted to technology than we might like to admit. Our daily lives are proliferated with smartphones […]
July 12, 2016
The youth of today are the tomorrow of India

The youth of today are the tomorrow of India

When people think of India I suspect the first impression that comes to mind is not tall office blocks and glamorous family homes normally associated with urban living in the developed world. As true as that may be, for India, the reality is rural India is a very prominent part […]
July 11, 2016
Brexit ­ India's silver lining

Brexit – India’s silver lining

Now that the initial shock associated with the Brexit vote has eased, everyone’s attention is focused on analysing what the implications are of Britain’s decisive vote to leave the EU.Whilst the impact for the UK and EU will be significant, the risks to global growth (outside the UK and EU) […]
July 6, 2016
India Progress Concept

Progressive India through technology adoption and the rest

Of course I couldn’t start without mentioning Brexit, given it was such a prominent topic in my previous post. This times let’s add some perspective given by the IMF (International Monetary Fund), who, in their World Economic Outlook database, show how Britain has been steadily slowing in purchasing parity terms. […]