The journey of investment ranges from ideation and justification of investment decisions to commencement of business till eternal sustainability. During this period, numerous activities are involved and with ever evolving modern technologies and changing consumer behaviours, the business needs to recalibrate their elements of focus and action items continuously. This, coupled with the statutory regulations to be complied with, leads to an environment of significant challenges for the business fraternity.
India offers a distinctive competitive advantage to investors. Its target of becoming a USD 5 trillion economy by FY 2026, with a contribution of USD 3 trillion from manufacturing and over USD 1 trillion from services sector requires accelerated investments. However, it can be challenging to navigate the Indian market due to the various nuances and considerations related to location, incentives, labour regulations, tax structuring, financial and non-financial regulations. The ever changing policy framework, intended to benefit the industrial investments, such as the recent announcements to boost manufacturing in form of Performance Linked Incentive (PLI) to transition from special economic zones (SEZ) to Development of Enterprise and Service Hubs (DESH) would also require constant monitoring to benefit from. In this context, how can an organisation tailor its expansion plans within India, to the most optimum regulatory situations and the most beneficial business structuring and industrial footprint creation?
The investment journey starts with ideation and justification of investment decisions, followed by commencement of operations and, finally, delivery of outcomes. PwC has launched Industrial Development and Investment Promotion (IDIP), an integrated service offering which brings together its sectoral capabilities. This is a comprehensive solution that aims to benefit both brownfield expansions as well as new entries into India. We travel with you as a partner on your successful business journey from concept to commissioning.
The challenges can be resolved with what we, PwC are now launching, called the Industrial Development and Investment Promotion (IDIP) initiative. Right from business commencement, the firm supports in all key aspects that occupy the minds of the promoters and top management of companies, as follows".
Unified PwC platform, leveraging the strength of 156 network firms shall provide value addition across all verticals to clients in a focused, effective and efficient manner.
PwC’s Industrial Development and Investment Promotion (IDIP) is a one-stop solution that can be leveraged for new investments and developments in the industrial ecosystem. In alignment with PwC’s The New Equation strategy, this practice brings together a community of solvers to develop trust and sustainable solutions for our clients.
For our clients, the biggest challenge is navigating constraints that arise when consultants and competencies are at different stages of the project lifecycle.
This paved the way for our IDIP practice which combines multiple xLoS capabilities of the firm into a holistic solution for our clients’ business proposals – from concept to commissioning. The platform formalises analytics-driven collaboration of the firm’s value propositions for successful project delivery. It saves significant time and money.
In a nutshell, IDIP supports business needs from concept to commissioning through an integrated team with diverse capabilities across business functions to maximise business opportunities with existing/new clients.
The challenges can be resolved with what we, PwC are now launching, called the Industrial Development and Investment Promotion (IDIP) initiative. Right from business commencement, the firm supports in all key aspects that occupy the minds of the promoters and top management of companies, as follows