Anil Sawhney, business head at EI DuPont India Pvt Ltd, believes that Covid-19 pandemic has brought a moment of reflection for people, forcing them to relook their interior design. He also shares his views on the state of the realty and construction sector, and how his company is placed in the landscape. From an exclusive
The 8th edition of India Kitchen Congress (IKC) organised the CEO Roundtable on June 27. Held on a virtual platform, IKC brought together the brightest minds in the strategy spectrum to explore the turnaround of kitchen industry affected by social and economic disruptions triggered by Covid-19. Hetal Iyer, country head for the modular kitchen business
The country requires foreign direct investments (FDI) of Rs 50-60 lakh crore, which can be tapped primarily by infrastructure projects as well as Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises (MSME) sector to boost coronavirus-hit economy, said Nitin Gadkari, the Union Minister for the Road Transport, Highways and MSME. Underscoring the need of FDI as the need
In a bid to cater to the emerging touch-less bath accessories market triggered by Covid-19 pandemic, Grafdoer has launched its new line of hygienic touch-less bath accessories, including automatic sensor faucets, self-closing and pedal-control taps, and automatic soap or sanitizer dispenser machines. It has brought out the products eyeing offices, gyms, lounge, restaurants, institutions, and homes.
The 8th edition of India Kitchen Congress organised the CEO Roundtable, where leaders discussed the winning strategies for the industry. On the panel: Hetal Iyer, Godrej Interio; Kirit Joshi, Spacewood; Srikanth Iyer, HomeLane; and Khanindra Barman, Würfel Küche. This panel discussion was moderated by Deepak Bharadia, Meine Küche India.
The country’s economy will witness a recovery after the containment of Covid-19 pandemic, as well as the ongoing reforms directed at keeping India’s growth rate ahead of peers, PTI has reported Niti Aayog vice-chairman Rajiv Kumar as saying. “India’s economy will recover following the containment of the Covid-19 pandemic. India’s strong democratic institutions promote policy
Gujarat-based Asian Granito India Ltd, one of the leading manufacturer and exporter of tiles, marble and quartz, has launched AGL Atmanirbhar programme to drive retail and secondary sales in the semi-urban and rural areas. The company’s programme is aimed at reducing marketing costs and improving profitability while generating employment opportunities in these regions in the
The complete lockdown has stopped the construction and disrupted sales. It has financially weakened players who may have a tough time, and spiral a new wave of consolidation. “We think that the reputed developers may dominate. We assess that 4.7 lakh residential units planned to complete in 2020 may face completion hurdles,” says Santhosh Kumar,
Plywood and decoratives major Century Plyboards India Ltd has launched CenturyPly e-shop operation across the country. The company’s shopping platform will enable consumers to browse and buy plywood, doors, laminates, stark PVC and MDF from the company website: www.centuryply.com/eshop According to the company’s executive director Nikita Bansal, customers can log in through their phones, tablets, laptops