Bantwal Ramesh Baliga, Watertec India’s CEO, says that Bharat is ticking even though India has slowed during the pandemic. According to him, the demand for building products remains robust in tier II and III and rural markets, which have not been hit by the intensity of the coronavirus. Baliga shares his vision for the industry
Bantwal Ramesh Baliga, CEO, Watertec India shares his take on the Union Budget 2020-21 by underlining key proposals that are likely to have a multi-faceted impact on stakeholders. How will the Budget proposals impact your company vis-à-vis vendors, employees, end-customer, investors, and others? Our company shall benefit with the proposed changes in Dividend Distribution Tax
Bantwal Ramesh Baliga is inspired by the leadership traits of the likes of Rajesh Mehra of Jaquar Group; R K Somany of HSIL; Narayan Murthy, Nandan Nilekani and Krish Gopalaswai of Infosys; and Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India.
Dealer development is the cornerstone of growth strategies of companies that strive to play the long-term game. Bantwal Ramesh Baliga is one of those few professionals in the domestic bathroom industry to have imbibed this approach, during a career spanning three decades at MNCs and homegrown brands. He is now in the process of implementing
CEO Baliga is faced with a rather stiff target, and he needs to reinvigorate every single operation of the company to succeed. And he believes he is quite on target By Mrinmoy Bhattacharjee In 1997, when Watertec India was incorporated as a JV between UMS Group, Malaysia’s Watertec and Sri Lanka’s South Asian Investments, the
When the government declared its focus on affordable housing in 2017, Watertec (India) Pvt Ltd was poised at the proverbial right place at the right time. The Coimbatore-based Rs 250-crore plastic tap and bath accessories maker had already diversified into cPVC pipes and fittings in 2016. By virtue of its ‘value for money’ positioning, it