In the capex waltz, the government has to lead
Private capex revival is slow with India Inc choosing to set its house in order, than chase growth
V Keshavdev - February 06, 2021
Nalanda Capital puts its eggs in few baskets, so why did it buy Thermax?
Even though the sector has been a troubled one, the marquee investment firm has increased its stake in the capital goods leader
Anishaa Kumar - June 02, 2020
"Your balance sheet is the most important thing during a slowdown"
Thermax is a player in an unpredictable sector but CEO MS Unnikrishnan manages that by keeping a hawk-eye on cash flows
December 11, 2019
Glimmer of hope
While capital goods makers are seeing a revival in demand, it still may be a little too early for investors to join the party
Prathamesh Mulye - December 07, 2018
What lessons can you learn from your clients? Prabhakar Mundkur finds out in Ambi Parameswaran's 'Sponge'
July 06, 2018
Cutting it fine
Pimpri-Chinchwad continues to battle rising commodity prices and labour cost but remains cautiously optimistic
Bhakti Tambe - February 12, 2018
"Automation and technology are enablers rather than threats"
Corporates want SMEs to focus on innovation and technology in their quest to scale up and go global
August 08, 2017
"To become an international player, you need to be global in your thinking"
Industry chieftains urge Indian SMEs to develop the right mindset as they set foot in the global market
August 04, 2017
"For us to be successful, our suppliers have to be self-sufficient first"
Four entrepreneurs share their journey of scaling up and going global at the Smart Enterprise Cluster Meet in Pune — Part 1
July 13, 2017
"Unless you have a competency elevation done, you can't go global"
Thermax MD & CEO, MS Unnikrishnan, on how to survive and thrive in the global market
July 05, 2017