Future of India: The Winning Leap

To become a 10-trillion-USD economy in the next 20 years, India needs to accelerate its growth to a CAGR of 9%.

India needs to adopt new and innovative business models and take the Winning Leap.

The private sector has to play a significant role in creating the corporate capabilities that will make this transformation possible.

For the Winning Leap, India's most persistent problems have to be dealt with first and specific sectors need to be targeted.

What our leaders say

India is polio-free: Cheer with caution

WHO has declared India polio-free, but a few systemic problems persist. Read more

Generation Y: Ahead of the curve

More than half of India's population is under 30, which is also a marketer's dream segment.Read more

Water battles loom large

Let's pledge to be more action-oriented about the impending water crisis.Read more

Quick links

Tax and Regulatory ServicesDestination India 2014

StrategyWhy Indian companies need to get
Fit for GrowthSM and what you can do

Renewable EnergyThe leap towards sustainable power in eastern India

Technology ConsultingCloud computing discussion paper for the education, automotive and IT and ITeS sectors

PwC at BioAsia 2015

PwC is a partner and co-organiser for the BioAsia 2015, a unique platform for leaders from across the industry to discuss new opportunities and develop strategies to succeed in emerging markets like India.

CEO Summit 2014

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Deepak Kapoor says that without adequate skilling of the workforce, the demographic dividend may turn into a deficit

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Sectors revolving around the rural framwork have benefitted from robust rural growth, say Roopa Kudva

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Major investments hitting roadblocks can result in slower economic growth in the long run, says R Mukundan

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Leaders play a crucial role in guiding the organisation through both good and bad times, says Ronnie Screwvala

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These are the most challenging times that businesses have ever faced, says T K Kurien

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Businesses need to constantly reinvent themselves to stay in the game, says S Nagarajan