From clothing and jewellery to decor, everything is intricately crafted for an Indian wedding, especially for the Indian bride. The needs are no more just the essentials, and the lavish indulgences are paving a wider way for an ever booming industry.
The extravaganza of Indian weddings possibly makes them one of the most opulent of nuptial ceremonies anywhere; and of course the fancy show comes with some good business. The wedding industry in India is huge with ample opportunities for wedding planners, designers, bakers, caterers, decor managers, makeup artists, florists and other professionals, who contribute to the USD 50 billion worth market. The trends are shifting from simple to fancy and also high-tech, bringing more business with them. To cater to the demands, wedding exhibitions take place all over the nation and have become the go-to event for wedding planning and purchasing as opposed to shopping malls. We visit Runway Bridal 2017, one such wedding exhibition, and discover the latest trends in bridal wear and other related services.
From clothing and jewellery to decor, everything is intricately crafted for an Indian wedding, especially for the Indian bride. The needs are no more just the essentials, and the lavish indulgences are paving a wider way for an ever booming industry. The extravaganza of Indian weddings possibly makes them one of the most opulent of … Continue reading 2017 Trends in Indian wedding industry →
Amidst deep speculations of its privatisation, the national carrier Air India will continue with its expansion plans, said its chairman and managing director Ashwani Lohani.
In a candid video interview with us, he talks about many aspects of currents debt situation Air India is going through, and how AI is trying to come out of it on a year-on-year basis, with new routes and new aircraft and why there is a silver lining in the sky.
The third executive committee meeting of the Film Federation of India discussed imperative issues related to the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and its recently announced slabs for the film industry.
Under the tutelage of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India’s economy has gone on to grow in leaps and bounds. It has seen an annual growth of 7 pc. The government has launched numerous programmes like Skill India and Make in India, aiming at easing the business exchanges between India and the world.
What we eat defines us and it is important that the food we consume is safe and hygienic. With the Indian food processing industry in India growing in leaps and bounds, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) is taking necessary measures to ensure that all food chains follow the already established standards. … Continue reading In a conversation with Pawan Agarwal, CEO, FSSAI →
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) presented its Economic Survey of India 2017 in New Delhi. MIG TV interviewed OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría who hailed India’s recent growth rates of more than 7 percent annually as the strongest among G20 countries.
Emphasising the importance of information and applauding efforts to put the focus on civil aviation industry, Union Civil Aviation Minister, P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju, launched the maiden issue of Airports India Business Magazine (AIBM) at an event in New Delhi on Thursday.
Bengal Global Business Summit 2017, held in Kolkata, West Bengal on January 20-21, attracted business leaders and delegates from India and 29 countries around the world.
While the aviation sector in India is growing in leaps and bounds, the commercialisation of air travel is also reaching newer heights. In the last two years, the air travellers in India marked over 20 pc growth, which in itself is a good sign. The industry experts predict the same growth over the next few more years. Media India Group interviewed Bhupesh Joshi, CEO and Director, Club One Air, to explore the new trends and developments in the aviation and private jet segment of the industry.
The Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit, organised by the Gujarat government on January 10-13, 2017, is all set to see its eighth edition unfold in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Media India Group took the opportunity to interact with Padma Shri Dr Anil Gupta, a professor at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad and a globally renowned scholar and innovator. He will be speaking at the summit and will talk about the grassroots innovations, which he believes is a key solution to eliminate poverty, and improve sustainable livelihood and environment.