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The growth market India.

THOMSEN GROUP, after Germany
and the USA, now also India.

THOMSEN GROUP India, after Hamburg and Miami, is the third global site led by Anoop Desai who has over two decades of experience in the consulting industry and has worked for many years as an executive in companies such as DuPont. The new site in Mumbai follows a great tradition: Whether at the German Federal President’s visit in India, or during India’s Prime Minister Modi’s visit at the Hannovermesse, German-Indian relations are on a solid foundation.



A great leap forward in the World Bank’s business climate ranking. And with 7.5 %, a stronger predicted economic growth than China. India is experiencing a “fresh breeze” in its bureaucracy. And when it comes to innovation: Since April, the THOMSEN GROUP is right there.


The THOMSEN GROUP already has a close relationship with this continent, thanks to Prof. Bernd Thomson’s many years of teaching at the SP Jain in Mumbai (one of the top 100 business schools in the world), and is now manifesting this with a subsidiary.

Since taking office in 2014, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has worked tirelessly for reforms of the framework conditions for enterprises in his country. A streamlined bureaucracy is one of the catalysts in the Indian economy. Considering the buying power of 1,252 billion Indians, the country is facing significant changes in the future. Another reason to commit on a sustainable basis.

As in all global regions, in which the TGISC® is already active, the task at hand in India is clear: Increase corporate values and take clients to the top through differentiation and proven innovations. Thomsengroup.in.


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