New Mega Trends in India

Macro to Micro Implications to Businesses, People, and Society

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This study provides an insight into the key Mega Trends in India that will impact and shape the country’s economy, society, and culture. Understanding these pertinent macroeconomic forces is important to identify the inherent future opportunities and the needs of the customer. For the purpose of this study, Mega Trends are categorized into urbanization, social, economy, technology, energy, eMobility, infrastructure, business, health and wellness, political shift, new business models, and industry-specific trends. This study also highlights illustrations of projects, companies, and technologies that will invade and change the business ecosystem of the country in the next decade.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)Key Findings (continued)Rise of Connected Devices in IndiaConnected Devices and India’s Internet EconomyMobile Economy—Growth in Mobile Based Industries in IndiaIndia GDP Projections—India Needs to Grow at 10% per AnnumIndia’s Race to Superpower—5th Largest by 2020 if Growth AcceleratesIndia Inc—India’s Industrial Growth ForecastIndia in the Industry League Table—The Future Big Industries of IndiaSmart City InvestmentIndian Infrastructure—An Estimated Trillion Dollar InvestmenteRetailing Landscape in IndiaThe Middle BulgeWorking Age Demographic DividendAging IndiaFour Main Trends in UrbanisationIndia Urbanization RateIndia Future Energy MixRenewables—Future of Renewables Availability in IndiaHealthcare Market Outlook for IndiaFuture Innovation in Mobility to Focus on the “Wild” SideResearch Scope, Objective, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesResearch BackgroundResearch Methodology—From Macro to MicroResearch Methodology—From Macro to Micro (continued)Definitions Used in the StudyMega Trend 1—Connectivity and ConvergenceRise of Connected Devices in IndiaConnected Devices and India’s Internet EconomyIndia Mobile Apps EconomyMobile Economy—Growth in Mobile Based Industries in IndiaSpace JamBig Data ExplosionBig Data and the Indian Analytics Software MarketMega Trend 2—Bricks and ClickseRetailing Landscape in IndiaIndia Online Retail AudienceIndia Online Shopping PreferencesOnline Hypermarkets See Cash-on-Delivery Trump Online PaymentsWhat is Bricks and Clicks?Bricks and Clicks Models Currently Being Adopted in IndiaOnline Hypermarkets—Valuation BoomSmaller Stores—Urbanization Compelling Retailers to Shrink Store SizesMobile Omni-channel Links—Emerging ApplicationsOnline Social Commerce Business Models in IndiaIntegration of Social Media and RetailingClick and Collect Omni-channel ModelMega Trend 3—Social TrendsSocial Trends in IndiaThe Middle BulgeWealth PyramidWorking Age Demographic DividendAging IndiaPolar Family Structures—Multi-generational vs. Single HouseholdsMega Trend 4—Economic TrendsIndia GDP Projections—India Needs to Grow at 10% per AnnumIndia’s Race to Superpower—5th Largest by 2020 if Growth AcceleratesIndia GDP by Sector—Industrial Output Contests Services GrowthTop 10 States Contributing to India GDP in 2010 and 2020 India as Global Manufacturing Hub—The Competitive AdvantageEmerging Manufacturing Trends in IndiaIndia Inc—India’s Industrial Growth ForecastIndia in the Industry League Table—The Future Big Industries of IndiaMega Trend 5—UrbanizationFour Main Trends in UrbanisationIndia Urbanization RateMega Regions in 2025 and BeyondMega ConnectionMega Corridor Case StudyUrbanization Percolates to Rural Areas—Rurbanization Unacknowledged Urbanization in VillagesMega Slums—Case Study DharaviMega Trend 6—Smart is the New Green with Smart CitiesSmart City InvestmentIndia Plans for Smart CitiesMega Trend 7—Innovating to ZeroExamples of Innovating to ZeroPower of Shunya (Zero)—Examples of Innovating to Zero in IndiaMacro-to-micro Implications of Innovating to ZeroMega Trend 8—New Business Models: Value for ManyNew Business Models—Value for ManyExample of 'Value for Many' Business Models“Value for Many” to Replace “Value for Money”“Value for Many” to Replace “Value for Money” (continued)New Business Models—Global Vehicle PlatformsMacro-to-micro Implications of New Business ModelsMega Trend 9—Future of InfrastructureIndian Infrastructure—An Estimated Trillion Dollar InvestmentInfrastructure Funding MechanismsInvestment in Mass Transit Facilities by 2020Future Transport Infrastructure PlansFuture Airport Modernization PlansPort Development Initiatives—Below Par Performance Mega Trend 10—Future of Energy and ResourcesIndia’s Future Energy MixLiquids—Future of Oil Availability in IndiaNatural Gas—Future of Gas Availability in IndiaCNG Infrastructure—Proposed/Under Construction PipelinesFuel PricesRenewables—Future of Renewables Availability in IndiaRenewables—Future of Renewables Availability in India (continued)Future of Water in IndiaFuture of Food in IndiaMega Trend 11—Health, Wellness, and WellbeingHealthcare Market Outlook for IndiaGrowth Avenues for SegmentsGrowth Avenues for Segments—Healthcare Information TechnologyGrowth Avenues for Segments—Current Level of IT Adoption in Indian HospitalsEmerging Cloud-based Delivery of HealthcareMega Trend 12—Future of MobilityIndia’s Mobility TrendsCar Sharing—Alternative to Owning a CarRide Sharing—Alternative to Local TrainsRidesharing Market in IndiaOla and Uber—Middle-class India’s New RideQuadricycles—Replacing AutosCar Sales ForecastIndian Car MarketOpportunity Pyramid 2014Opportunity Pyramid 2020ConclusionFrom Macro to Micro—Taking Mega Trends from Information to Strategy ImplementationMega Trend Matrix—Understanding Implications of Key Mega Trends on the Indian EconomyMacro to Micro—Impact of Mega Trends on Cities, Businesses, and Personal Lives in IndiaMacro to Micro—Impact of Mega Trends on Cities, Businesses, and Personal Lives in India (continued)Macro to Micro—Impact of Mega Trends on Cities, Businesses, and Personal Lives in India (continued)Macro to Micro—Impact of Mega Trends on Cities, Businesses, and Personal Lives in India (continued)Legal DisclaimerAppendixResearch Methodology for India's Income Pyramid—Poverty LineResearch Methodology for India’s Income Pyramid—Income Slabs and EstimatesTransport Corridor in IndiaMega Corridors in IndiaMega Corridors in India (continued)Innovating to Zero in IndiaNoida to be a 'Zero Discharge' City by 2021—Case StudyForecasts of Electric Cars in IndiaProduct Life Cycle Analysis




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