India And South East Asia Focus

India and South East Asia are amongst the world’s most vibrant ecosystems, driving massive technology
transformations and value creation. They are led by exemplary technology talent, entrepreneurial zeal,
and innovation-friendly government policies

India And South East Asia Focus

India and South East Asia are amongst the world’s most vibrant ecosystems, driving massive technology transformations and value creation. They are led by exemplary technology talent, entrepreneurial zeal, and innovation-friendly government policies

Technology is rapidly building the India and South East Asia’s digital economy, connecting people, businesses and countries. India and Indonesia, in particular, are leading the way as the world’s fastest digitising nation

India and South-East Asia are home to 1.8 billion people, largely Millennials and ‘Gen-Z’ with a median age of 28-29 years. These countries will witness their period of demographic dividend over the next 4 decades

India and South East Asia are high growth economies, and this trend is expected to continue. The per capita expenditure of the rural population is growing three times faster than its urban peers thereby aiding the overall economic growth

Both India and South-East Asia have witnessed significant capital deployment into their digital economy, with the world’s largest investment funds considering these geographies as a key focus area. India, in particular, is now home to over 50 ‘unicorns’ with 17 of them formed post the onset of Covid-19

Technology is rapidly building the India and South East Asia’s digital economy, connecting people, businesses and countries. India and Indonesia, in particular, are leading the way as the world’s fastest digitising nation

India and South-East Asia are home to 1.8 billion people, largely Millennials and ‘Gen-Z’ with a median age of 28-29 years. These countries will witness their period of demographic dividend over the next 4 decades

India and South East Asia are high growth economies, and this trend is expected to continue. The per capita expenditure of the rural population is growing three times faster than its urban peers thereby aiding the overall economic growth

Both India and South-East Asia have witnessed significant capital deployment into their digital economy, with the world’s largest investment funds considering these geographies as a key focus area. India, in particular, is now home to over 50 ‘unicorns’ with 17 of them formed post the onset of Covid-19

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