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BCG in New Delhi

19th Floor, Tower C
Building No- 10, DLF Cybercity, Phase-II 
Gurgaon, Haryana 122 002
India

T +91 124 459 7000

F +91 124 459 7001

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Contacts

Office Administrator

Consultant Recruiting

Nidhi Madan

New Delhi

Alumni

Anchal Chaudhary

Human Resources Manager

Mumbai

Media

Jasmin Pithawala

Mumbai


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Decentral energy and DISCOMs – can they co-exist?

Decentral energy and DISCOMs – can they co-exist?

While the Indian Power Sector recently achieved the distinguished feat of 100 percent household electrification, ensuring cheap and reliable power 24X7 to all its consumers is a great challenge. Despite making significant progress, long power cuts are still the norm for select states and districts in India. In this backdrop, emerging technologies pertaining to distributed energy systems are gaining momentum across the country. While such systems have the potential to empower customers to move towards self-sufficiency, they are also perceived as a significant threat by DISCOMs.

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FIBAC 2019: Annual Benchmarking and Insights

As the banking sector nears the point of inflection, there is a need to assess new paradigms which would define the success for the banking industry. The gap between strong and weak banks is widening by the year, necessitating a change in the landscape of the industry.

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FIBAC 2019: Annual Benchmarking and Insights
Digital Powers Consumer Durables: A $23 Bn opportunity by 2023

Digital Powers Consumer Durables: A $23 Bn opportunity by 2023

By 2023, the Indian Consumer Durables industry will reach $36Bn and a whopping 63% of this will be digitally influenced sales, translating into a $23Bn opportunity. Approximately 80% of digitally influenced consumers today decide their brand after researching online, in a short window of 2-3 weeks and companies will need to win these consumers to stay relevant.

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BCG India CSR Policy

Our social-impact work seeks to make a difference beyond the business world. Having a beneficial social impact is fundamental to who we are as an organization and is one of our nine stated values. BCG's involvement in this area is motivated by our desire to make a positive difference to society in general and often to the underprivileged in particular. The CSR policy of The Boston Consulting Group (India) Pvt Ltd highlights the Company's philosophy towards Corporate Social Responsibility and lays down the guiding principles for undertaking the Company's CSR activities in India.

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BCG India CSR Policy
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