Consumer & Retail

Services

Industrial & Manufacturing

Healthcare & Life Sciences

Technology Media & Telecom

Specialty & Agro Chemicals

Energy, Infrastructure & Transportation Logistics

Consumer & Retail

India is poised to become the third largest consumer market behind only the US and China. According to World Economic Forum, Consumer spending in India is expected to grow from $1.5 trillion at present to nearly $6 trillion by 2030. Tristone Strategic Partners specializes in working with companies that operate in the Consumer & Retail industry. Some of the businesses we cover in this sector include:

  • Food & Beverage
  • Consumer Products
  • Branded Apparel
  • Textiles and Garments
  • Retai

Services

India has the fastest growing (9.2% in 2015-16) service sector in the world and represents approximately 66% of the Indian GDP. The services sector, which stands at about $1.48 trillion, has a potential for exponential growth riding upon India’s distinctive competitive advantage of a young and increasingly literate demographic profile, established infrastructure and technology base, and a focus on knowledge-based services, unique among emerging economies. Consequently, a wide range of service sectors have seen double digit growth in the last few years, backed by digital technologies and institutional reforms. The service sector has received the highest FDI inflows between April 2000 and June 2018, totaling $68.6 billion. Globally, India ranked as the eight-largest exporter of commercial services with $195.1 billion exports in FY18. Some of the service companies that we cover include:

  • Business
  • Education
  • Hospitality
  • Wellness
  • Waste Management
  • Facility Management
  • Other IT Enabled Services

Industrial & Manufacturing

According to Mckinsey, India’s manufacturers have a golden chance to emerge from the shadows of the country’s services sector and seize more of the global market. Rising demand in India, structural reforms such as the Goods & Services Tax, together with the multinationals desire to diversify their production or supply chains, could together help India’s industrial and manufacturing sector to grow sixfold by 2025 to achieve nearly $1 trillion. Some of the companies and business segments we cover include:

  • Auto Components
  • Capital and Electrical Goods
  • Engineering Products and Equipment
  • Packaging
  • Industrial Automation
  • Building Products

Healthcare & Life Sciences

Indian healthcare industry is expected to grow from $110 billion in 2016 to $372 billion in 2022, representing a 22% CAGR over this period. India is expected to rank amongst the top three healthcare markets in terms of incremental growth. Rising income levels, ageing population, growing health awareness, access to insurance, changing attitude toward preventive healthcare are expected to boost healthcare services demand in the future. The low cost of medical services has resulted in a rise in medical tourism, attracting patients from around the world. India has the potential to be a global healthcare hub. Investment in healthcare infrastructure is set to increase. Some of the companies and businesses we cover in the Healthcare and Life Sciences sector include:

  • Hospitals
  • Clinics & Laboratories
  • Healthcare related services
  • Medical devices & products
  • Biotech
  • Specialty Pharma

Technology Media & Telecom

Within the broad TMT industry, we cover companies such as:

  • Software
  • Data Centers
  • Computing Services
  • IT
  • Other

Speciality & Agro Chemicals

Indian chemicals industry is the sixth largest producer of chemicals worldwide and is the third largest in Asia. India is the sixth largest consumer of chemicals in the world. The size of the Indian chemical industry in FY17 was $163 billion and is expected to reach $304 billion by FY2025. Indian Specialty Chemicals market grew at a CAGR if 14% over the last five years and is expected to achieve a size of $70 billion by 2020. This will represent 5% of the global specialty chemicals industry by 2020. India is the fourth largest producer of agro chemicals after US, Japan and China. Indian Agrochemical industry is worth $4.9 billion and approximately 50% of it is exported. Tristone serves companies in:

  • Specialty Chemical;
  • Agrochemical

Energy, Infrastructure & Transportation Logistics

According to the Global Energy Outlook published in 2018, India will need $4.5 trillion investment over the next 25 years for infrastructure development. India is growing fast and energy is central to achieving India’s development ambitions. India’s energy consumption is expected to grow the fastest among all major economies over the next 20 years. According to the BP Energy Outlook, India’s Energy consumption increase by 271% over the 1990-2016 period and is expected to increase by 165% over the 2016-2040 period. India’s share of global energy consumption will rise from 5% in 2016 to 11% by 2040. Power consumption more than trebles (+241%) and while coal remains the dominant fuel source, its share of generation drops from 77% in 2016 to 64% in 2040 as renewables rise from 5% to 23%. Renewables are expected to become the second largest source of domestic energy production overtaking gas and then oil by 2020. India will need significant investment in energy related infrastructure and production capacity. We work with companies and businesses that operate in the following areas:

  • Power Generation and Transmission (Renewable Energy)
  • Oil & Gas and ancillary services
  • Roads, Ports and Airports
  • Logistics
  • EPC