SUPPLIER MARKET IN INDIA AND ITS POTENTIAL AS A SOURCING PARTNER

India’s rise as a rapidly growing economic power presents attractive opportunities in supplier sourcing. The diversity and dynamism of the Indian economy, exemplified in sectors such as information technology, automotive, pharmaceuticals, and textiles, underscore the country’s potential as a preferred sourcing partner for companies from the Western world.

These industries in India not only offer a wide range of products and services but also demonstrate continuous innovation, which is invaluable for global supply chains. Despite the potential offered by the Indian market, companies face several challenges. Infrastructural and logistical obstacles can cause delays and difficulties in the procurement and delivery processes. Legal and regulatory complexities require an in-depth understanding of relevant regulations, tax aspects, and customs requirements. Additionally, companies must consider cultural differences and quality standards to establish sustainable business relationships and ensure the quality of delivered products and services. Environmental and sustainability aspects are also becoming increasingly important, requiring targeted analyses and strategic interventions. The role of consulting firms in tapping into the Indian supplier market is becoming increasingly relevant due to rising complexity. Through thorough market analysis, identification of potential suppliers, risk assessment, and implementation of quality control systems, companies can successfully operate in this emerging market.

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Sarujan Mohanaranjan

Gianluca Salierno

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SUPPLIER MARKET IN INDIA AND ITS POTENTIAL AS A SOURCING PARTNER

SUPPLIER MARKET IN INDIA AND ITS POTENTIAL AS A SOURCING PARTNER

India’s rise as a rapidly growing economic power presents attractive opportunities in supplier sourcing. The diversity and dynamism of the Indian economy, exemplified in sectors such as information technology, automotive, pharmaceuticals, and textiles, underscore the country’s potential as a preferred sourcing partner for companies from the Western world.

These industries in India not only offer a wide range of products and services but also demonstrate continuous innovation, which is invaluable for global supply chains. Despite the potential offered by the Indian market, companies face several challenges. Infrastructural and logistical obstacles can cause delays and difficulties in the procurement and delivery processes. Legal and regulatory complexities require an in-depth understanding of relevant regulations, tax aspects, and customs requirements. Additionally, companies must consider cultural differences and quality standards to establish sustainable business relationships and ensure the quality of delivered products and services. Environmental and sustainability aspects are also becoming increasingly important, requiring targeted analyses and strategic interventions. The role of consulting firms in tapping into the Indian supplier market is becoming increasingly relevant due to rising complexity. Through thorough market analysis, identification of potential suppliers, risk assessment, and implementation of quality control systems, companies can successfully operate in this emerging market.

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Sarujan Mohanaranjan

Gianluca Salierno

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