We work closely with each of our clients to understand their requirements, both in the short and long term and thus accordingly devise solutions suited to the relevant context.Bolt-Tech can provide various categories of staff having specialization in following fields.
Combining medical technology and the human skills,the health care industry administers care around the clock, responding to the needs of million of people.
India is the 15th largest insurance market in the world in terms of premium volume,and has good potential to grow exponentially in the coming years.India’s life insurance sectoris the biggest in the world with about 360 million policies.
India currently has one of the largest higher Education systems in the world and has become the second largest market for e-learning. The Education sector has been witnessing a paradigm shift, driven by digitization.
The Industrial sector in India is poised for a phase of remarkable growth because of policies like the ‘Make in India’ campaign and higher limits on FDI in various sectors.
The pharmaceutical industry has long been considered one of the largest, most enduring and knowledge-intensive sectors in the global economy.
The Indian Telecom industry is in a phase of consolidation after witnessing tremendous growth over the past few decades.
With sound fundamentals and tremendous scope for growth, India has one of the most developed Financial markets in the developing world.The banking regulator has allowed new entities such as payments banks to be created recently thereby adding to the types of entities operating
in the sector.
BANKING & FINANCE
BANKING & FINANCE
The FMCG sector in India has become a space for intense competition. The market is highly fragmented with almost 50
percent share with the unbranded, unpackaged home made products.The FMCG sector continues to face the war for talent, with the number of people with disposable income growing every year.
The Media and Entertainment industry in India has been making high growth strides, impacted by sustained technological innovation. Being one of the biggest beneficiaries of the country’s favourable demographics, this sector creates exciting opportunities and offers more choice to the Indian consumer.
The materialization of ICE age (Information, communication and technology) has imposed the need for proficiently qualified and brilliant people in the Information technology sector.The expanding Technological landscape in India has led to innovations in computer processing speeds, data storage, chip design, big data analytics, cloud computing and introduced to us the Internet of Things.
The Indian Retail Industry is one of the fastest growing sectors – domestically as well as internationally. With an increase in disposable incomes and affordability for consumers, the sector is experiencing incremental growth.Organised Retailing is manpower intensive and is the second largest employer in India.
Driven by the availability of large talent pool of dependable workforce, India has become a favoured destination globally for the Services sector. Various inter-related industries, including tourism, hospitality, civil aviation, and personal Services are heavily dependent on the workforce increasingly being sourced from the Indian sub-continent. With globalization taking unfathomed leaps, markets are becoming consolidated.
The Indian Logistics sector is a major contributor to the country’s growth and is integral to the progress of almost all other industries, including infrastructure projects.The presence of a large number of players in the industry has made it fragmented but a consolidation drive is fast becoming the latest trend defining the development activity in the Logistics sector.
The Automobile market is fast evolving into a competitive and increasingly sophisticated arena. The needs of the customers are being met with greater efficiency and customisation. The industry’s highly competitive environment translates into a strong demand for senior management who can successfully steer companies through challenging times.
Tourism is travel for pleasure or business; also the theory and practice of touring, the business of attracting, accommodating, and entertaining tourists, and the business of operating tours.The World Tourism Organization defines tourism more generally, in terms which go "beyond the common perception of tourism as being limited to holiday activity only".