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Based on the responses received, it was observed that five out of the six optimism indices declined as compared to same quarter last year. Optimism for Volume of Sales, New Orders and Employees stood at a 31-quarter low.
The survey for Dun & Bradstreet Business Optimism Index for Q1 2017 was conducted in the month of December 2016 when the economy was grappling with the after-effects of the radical action taken by the Centre to withdraw all Rs 1,000 and Rs 500 notes. While the move was aimed at rooting out counterfeit notes, the immediate impact has been demand destruction due to severe cash crunch and heightened degree of uncertainty amongst businesses.
Corporate leaders acknowledge the building of a strong foundation of human resources that holds the key to long-term sustainability. India has tremendous diversity in terms of culture, employable population, skilled/unskilled labour, and businesses. Keeping this as a background sharing of HR Best Practices is gaining apprehension to maximise organisational and individual efficiency. This Dun & Bradstreet and Sodexo India event will revolve around the theme ‘Transforming the Thinking’. The event features the release of the second edition of HR Best Practices publication and is followed by the panel discussion on HR Best Practices focusing the pioneering companies across industries.
The energy sector is an essential building block for economic development of the country. Resource augmentation and growth in energy supply need to get advanced to meet the ever increasing demands exerted by the multiplying population, rapid urbanization and progressing economy. Renewable energy sources offer viable option to address the energy security concerns and India, today, has one of the highest potentials for the effective use of renewable energy. This event aims at exploiting opportunities which lies in the generation of power from renewable energy sources—wind, hydro, and solar energy, other renewable energy technologies, including solar photovoltaic, solar thermal, hydro and biomass power.
The Banking, Financial services and Insurance (BFSI) sector is playing a critical role in driving the country’s economy by providing a diverse range of financial and allied services to the largely diversified demographic spectrum of the country. We are currently witnessing a very dynamic environment in this sector in terms of innovation, high competition, consolidation, and increasing use of alternative multiple channels to name a few. Spotlight will be on the developments in this sector and its leading players from banking, insurance, NBFC, insurance, and broking segments at the launch of the ninth edition of India's Leading BFSI Companies 2017.
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