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Budget 2019: ET Now talks to SP Jain students, alumni and faculty about their expectations

With India’s Budget 2019 scheduled to be announced on 1st February 2019, Avanne Dubash from ET Now, one of India’s leading business news channels, visited SP Jain School of Global Management’s Mumbai campus to understand what the expectations are from the upcoming budget. SP Jain’s students, alumni and faculty were chosen to voice their views and share their expectations.

Topics: MUMBAI, SP Jain in News, Global Events at SP Jain, Budget 2019

Supply Chain Management Conclave, 2017 – Mumbai Chapter

After the successful completion of the Dubai and the Singapore chapters, Supply Chain Management Conclave was conducted at the Mumbai Campus on 5th May, 2017. The two panels discussed the recent changes in the global arena including the US presidential elections, vote on Brexit, oil price volatility and climate changes that will have a profound impact on supply chains, terrorist attacks at strategic nodes in the supply chain, regulatory norms governing cross-border trade, cyber security threats and advent of big data and 3D printing and positive disruptions. They also put forward their strategies to meet the challenges arising from the unexpected events.

The event was also covered by Business World. Click Here to read the article.

Topics: MUMBAI, Supply Chain Disruptions

China is an outlier, with higher income-expense thrift

SP Jain's Dr. Raja Roy Choudhury(Director - Professional Programs -DMM & RM) talks about India's e-commerce future with Forbes India. He says India is a better template for the ecommerce battle in other emerging markets.By 2030, more than 1 billion Indians will be online. Which is probably why no battle for the online future of India is more intense than the one now being waged in ecommerce.

Topics: MUMBAI, Digital Marketing

E -Tailing in India - A Critical Insight From S P Jain Global

Mumbai:July 31, 2016

Research at S P Jain reveals India has an internet user base of about 375 million (30% of population) as of Q2 of 2015. Despite being the second largest user base in world, only behind China (650 million, 48% of population), the penetration of e-commerce is low compared to markets like the United States (266 M, 84%), or France (54 M, 81%), but is growing at an unprecedented rate, adding around 6 million new entrants every month. The industry consensus is that growth is at an inflection point.

Topics: MUMBAI, Digital Marketing