Changing paradigms for winning in consumer sector
By Nikhil Sethi, Partner – Business Consulting, KPMG in India
(4 min read)
Over the past year, India’s consumer sector witnessed unprecedented raw material inflation, affecting most consumer categories. With consumer wallets shifting across categories, it is imperative for brands/retailers to factor in the ‘zero-sum game’ and stay consumer centric going forward.
Outlook for the year - Insurance sector in India
By Narendra Ganpule, Partner – Digital and Management Consulting, KPMG in India
(5 min read)
The insurance sector has witnessed disruption in recent times due to extraneous factors as well as evolution of the industry itself. At a business level — customer centricity, advent of online, increased adoption of big data and payments digitalisation will be key contributors to the growth story of the sector.
Supply chain and greener business solutions: working towards a better environment
By Neeraj Bansal, COO-India Global, National Leader – Supply Chain Re-alignment, KPMG in India
(6 min read)
Amidst the global concern for climate change and rising temperatures, organisations are being assessed for their social and environmental impact of their supply chain. Hence, companies are adopting decarbonisation strategies and pushing for greener business solutions, leading to the supply chain becoming more environmentally responsible.
The rise of digital in Indian education sector
By Narayanan Ramaswamy, Partner and National Leader – Education and Skill Development, KPMG in India
(5 min read)
The disruptions caused by the pandemic left no sector untouched and the education and skill development sector in India was no exception. Faced with many unprecedented challenges – the only silver lining was the adoption of technology and emergence of newer ways of teaching and learning.
Way ahead for global automotive industry amid semiconductor chip shortage
By Vinodkumar Ramachandran, Partner, Global Head – Industry 4.0, India Head- Industrial Markets and Automotive, KPMG in India
(4 min read)
Motor vehicle manufacturers and suppliers are facing a dramatic shortage of microchips globally. These shortages have forced several original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to slow down production, with some even halting production. Now, the recovery of the industry is completely dependent on the demand supply equilibrium.
Connectivity of the future: 5G the gamechanger
A report by KPMG in India
Although 5G in India in delayed, it gives each of the players in the ecosystem a respite in terms of timeliness, financial readiness, and regulatory blockages. Through this report, KPMG in India provides a smorgasbord of the 5G readiness initiatives across TSPs, OEMs, device manufacturers, system integrators, and infrastructure providers and discusses opportunities, focus areas and support needed for each of them.