The winners in business have shifted markedly in the past decade—and the keys to success are likely to be very different again in ten years’ time. How should leaders prepare their companies to thrive in a rapidly evolving landscape? What will it take to win the '20s?
The Trillion (and growing) Touchpoint Story: Recognizing the monetization conundrum
Indian Media & Entertainment industry has many feathers in its cap – be it the role in the economy of our country (direct impact of over INR 1.6 Lakh Crore in 2019 alone, employing over 5 million people, both directly and indirectly) or successfully being at the forefront of digital revolution witnessing disruptions almost on a daily basis. The report seeks to outline some of the critical areas which can enhance the value delivered to stakeholders disproportionately helping structure the imperatives and spark actions for new tomorrow which is better than today.
The Indian insurance industry has shown development across multiple dimensions over the last decade. In its ‘Teens’—the second decade after liberalization, the Indian insurance industry has been shaped by significant shifts in the distribution landscape, product mix, and changing competition landscape. Life insurance and non-life insurance segments have experienced different growth trajectories.
The Asset Management industry in India has the potential to cross INR 100 trillion in AuM in the twenties. Reaching the INR 100 trillion vision during the mid-twenties can help the industry become the 11-13th largest asset management industry in the world from its current standing of 17th largest asset management industry. Our estimates indicate that achieving this growth will require a 5x increase in the investor base from 2 crore to 10 crore investors. Unlocking this INR 100 trillion potential will, however, require significant effort by all stakeholders in the industry.
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