Industry Focus

Banking & Financial Services

According to Deloitte, The BFSI Industry has been going through structural changes due to new operating models and investments in emerging technologies for greater efficiencies and competitiveness.

Talent acquisition and recruiting are undergoing rapid disruption, challenging companies to leverage social networks, aggressively market their employment brand, and re-recruit employees every day. In such a competitive environment which is faced with scarcity of skills, our goal is to engage with the best talent for the role at hand. We work on a regional, national and global level to reach out to banking professionals and help them realize their next big move.

In today's scenario the old ways of recruiting talent are no longer effective. Hence our customized & research-based approach suits our clients to acquire and retain talent.

Our areas of focus: Consumer, Private & Commercial Banking, Private Equity, Investment Banking & Family offices.


According to McKinsey, this decade for the Consumer Industry marks the tipping point in a fundamental long-term economic rebalancing.

In the coming years, the growth of emerging markets will continue to outstrip that of the developed world by a wide margin. While the emerging countries in Asia-most notably China, India, and Indonesia-already had a significant share of global growth (18 percent) throughout the last decade, this growth share is expected to increase to nearly 30 percent in the next decade. As a result, the global middle class will expand dramatically: by 2020, there are expected to be more than 1 billion new consumers spending between $10 and $100 per day.

With the industry experiencing an unprecedented growth, we are focused on executing key leadership searches.

Our areas of focus: Consumer Goods, Fashion, Telecom & Retail.


With the world moving towards digitization, manufacturing hasn't been spared. Industrial manufacturers would be focusing on new operating models, aggressive hiring, smart partnerships and targeted investments.

According to PWC, companies that have not yet felt the shortage of technology - savvy staffers need to take steps to prepare for it as the number of job openings in this field will continue to outpace the number of available hires for the foreseeable future.

Our areas of focus: Automotive, Oil & Gas, Transportation & Energy.


A recent study by PWC indicates that beginning in 1997, health spending has been accelerating as a percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) among Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries.

In 2002, the cumulative health spending of 24 OECD countries was $2.7 trillion. PricewaterhouseCoopers estimates that health spending for OECD countries will more than triple to $10 trillion by 2020.

Our areas of focus: Pharmaceuticals, Hospitals & Clinics & Research & Development.


Technology is a game changer redefining standards not only within but in all other industries. As per a survey by A.T. Kearney, outsourcing and off shoring will continue to thrive in all industries, albeit with some differences.

Rising costs in Asian locations, better language capabilities, and closer communication in Eastern Europe are driving delivery models toward nearer locations in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), while relocating Asian outsourcing operations to Eastern Europe is a mini-trend that deserves watching.

Our areas of focus: Software, Services, Technology Start-ups and Outsourcing.


The hotel industry is going through a period of unprecedented, irreversible change and will look very different in 2020 than it does today.

As per Grant Thornton, as 2020 approaches, they will need to make digital a part of everything they do - from marketing and distribution to in-room entertainment. But most hotels don't have the talent, technology or organisational structures to achieve this. They will need targeted investment and creative solutions to transform key areas of the business.

"To satisfy today's consumers and get better insight from data, you can be sure that hotels will be competing against other industries for the best talent." -

Our areas of focus: Hotels, Start-ups & Entertainment.


According to Knowledgeworks, looking at the drivers of change, the 2020 landscape highlights the need for "schools" and centers of learning to be life-affirming organizations-for learners, their families, educators, and the broader community.

As the future unfolds, schools will emerge as critical sites for promoting health, environmental vitality, academic growth, student wellbeing, and connections across their communities. In the best case, they will become focal points for interventions focused not only on educating resilient students, but also on promoting resilience in their communities.

Our areas of focus: Schools (Day-boarding/Boarding), Universities, Colleges, Educational Institutions, Start-ups & Educational services.