Nasscom 2010 is tomorrow

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The 18th NASSCOM India Leadership Forum starts tomorrow.

Nasscom is the trade body that represents IT service providers in India.

This should be an interesting one because it follows a tough recession which although officially over could yet see another dip. Yes people are not ruling out a double dip recession.

It is an interesting time for the Indian suppliers. The intra company transfers scheme is being criticised, new rules on VAT could make life more difficult and then there is emerging competition from China.

How will the Indian suppliers change to prosper over the next decade?

They seem to have weathered the recession reasonable well and have displayed their flexibility to react to changing trends.

But it's not just the Indian companies at NASSCOM. Most outsourced service providers these days have significant Indian presences so they will all be there.

Unfortunately I will not be attending but I am hoping to get feedback to those that make it to Mumbai.

We have a guest blogger from PA consulting reporting after every day so look out for that. With the mobile technology around these days feel free to send your thoughts either in the comment section or by email on karl.flinders@rbi.co.uk


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