Most companies prefer to stand still during a slowdown but, as a clutch of players in financial services have shown, there’s no better time than now to turn the heat on the competition.
People don’t stop falling sick in a slowdown. In fact, more people are likely to take ill in troubled times. That’s good news for the health care sector. E. Kumar Sharma reports.
Opto Circuits has benefited from operating in the almost recession-proof area of medical devices.
Everest Kanto isn’t just the second-largest player globally in its sector, it also has the most varied product range.
AIA Engineering isn’t just another engineering company. In fact, it has few competitors—globally.
Mundra Port hasn’t been hit by the slowdown in exports and the economy—not so far, at least.
When exports are down in the dumps, how is Allcargo Global Logistics holding its head high above water?
Diversifications into related areas in the good times are coming to Simplex Infrastructures’ rescue in the downturn.
Hero Honda defies the down-cycle in the auto sector with robust earnings growth and gains in market share.
Sun Pharma rises out of the gloom thanks to its distinctive four-pronged game plan.
Bharti Airtel says its superior products and services give it an edge over competition. Not all consumers may agree. So, what explains India’s #1 mobile operator’s relentless growth?
The robustness of Larsen & Toubro’s core business of engineering & construction helps it counter the tough times. Plus, it has newer growth engines that are revving up.
They’ve been posting robust double-digit growth for two quarters now even as their peers struggle to come to terms with the downturn. Virendra Verma finds out what makes these companies tick when business dips?