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Mahindra Finance today stands tall among the NBFCs in the country with an emphasized focus on rural finance. Ramesh Iyer, VC & MD of the company, who is passionate about the business model he developed, narrates the 22-year-old journey he undertook in 1995.
In India, where approximately 64 percent of girls drop out of school before they complete the secondary level, the education of millions of girls is considered a daunting task. So, in 1996, Anand Mahindra, chairman of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., began Project Nanhi Kali at the K.C. Mahindra Education Trust, with the aim of providing primary education to underprivileged girls in India.
Anand Mahindra on how his company’s investment in the arts ties in with brand building, being a blues lover and the role of art in building bridges.
One key message that emerged from the World Economic Forum that concluded last week is the uncertainty around the political and economic environment. How do businesses in this connected world push the pedal in this environment?
Mahindra will soon be setting up a global start-up incubation center outside of the country to attract Blockchain start-ups that can help the group in using the tech in as many ways as possible.
To feed our growing population, we need to reinvent our agricultural practices—and the solution lies in Agriculture technology, or AgTech.
Pawan Goenka, MD, Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, said electric vehicles had not taken off in India due to perception issues, uncertainty, cost and lack of charging infrastructure but if the government resolves to take care of this sector then India can make it happen and take a lead in the electric vehicle technology.
The tagline, 'Connected world. Connected experiences' believes in the hyper-connected world and appreciates that the new revolution is going to be powered by designing 'experiences'.
Bullish on prospects of new innovations like automation and artificial intelligence, industry leader CP Gurnani today said the Indian IT sector should see them as opportunities, but the challenge is to create new skill sets for these areas.
Who could have thought back in the late 1990s that Mahindra & Mahindra would overtake Tata Motors in the domestic sweepstakes? But Anand Mahindra has done it.
Anand Mahindra believes Indian industry is at an inflection point. And he is readying his company for the future.