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KERALA TOURISM 2010

by Yogesh Kende
(yogesh.kende@gmail.com)
KERALA is a state who lies at the southwestern tip of INDIA.
Its capital is THIRUVANANTHAPURAM (TRIVANDRUM)
It covers the area of 38,863sq km with the total population of 3,18,38,610.
Language which are widely spoken are MALYALAM, ENGLISH.
Best time to visit is DECEMBER - MAY, Monsoon rejuvenation is in JUNE
NOVEMBER.
A BACKWATER SYMPHONY

Its a backwater trip to RELAX and staying COMFARTABLY in
a luxurious house boat and enjoy the wheather and
soothing climate in greenry of KERALA.
WONDERFUL WAYANAD

In the world of sound and fury signifying nothing, an escape to
some lively green, warming experiences will be quite
REFRESHING as well as REJUVENATING.


A CRUISE THROUGH THE CANALOF ALAPPUZHA

If u are cherishing the idea of spending some good time, at
admist the sights and sounds of the hydrosphere , then step
into a country boat and wind through labynith of canals in
ALAPPUZHA. Cruising through canals, one would come
across many interesting aspects of day to day life on the
land as well as on the water.

AKKULAM TOURIST VILLAGE

Its AKKULAM TOURIST VLLAGE which is about 10 km from
THRIVANANTHAPURAM city SOUTH KERALA. It is a backwater
destination and a beautiful picnic spot liked by the tourist.

PADMANABHA SWAMI TEMPLE

Its a 9
th
century temple is the only lake temple in kerala and is
the MOOLASTHANAM (original abode) of Anandapadmanabha
the deity of see padmanabha swami temple,
THRIVANANTHAPURAM . A crocodile at the temple pond,said
to be 150 year old is a major attraction for tourists.




PARTHASARATHI TEMPLE

The parthasarathi temple (dedicated to sree Krishna) on the
banks of holly river pamba attracts large on crowd of devotees.
The parthasarathi temple has fine murals from the 18
th
century.
ATHIRAPALLI AND VAZHACHAL

ATHIRAPPALLI and VAZHACHAL, the two senic and poplar
waterfalls on the edge of the sholayar forest ranges are just
5 km a part. The ATHIRAPALLI FALLS join the CHALAKKUDY
river after pulmmeting down a drop of 80 feet.
BEKAL

16 Km south of KASARGOD TOWN, kasargod district. Giant
keyhole shaped fort, the gold expanse of a beautiful beach
surrounding the fort,backwater and hill destination and water
sports facilities are also available.
AGASTHYA FOREST

The AGASTHYA FOREST is believed to have been the abode of
sage AGASTHYA, a character from mythology. Trekking trails
and thick forest around here. It is a spectacular peak in the
western ghats rises to a majestic 1890m in the form of a
sharp cone.
ARALAM WILDLIE SANCTUARY

It is spread over 55sq km undulating forested highlands on
the slopes of the western ghats. It covers the tropical and
semievergreen forests, the ARALAM SANCTUARY is a home of
vast variety of flora and fauna endemic to western ghats.
CUISINE OF KERALA
BEAUTIFUL SIGHT SEENS OF KERALA
FORT KOCHI

There is no better choice than setting out on foot ,relax
breath deep and come out in cotton dresses, soft shoes. It is a
best place meant for relaxation and peace of mind.
KERALA
THE EMERGING
INVESTMENT DESTINATION
KERALA A FACT FILE
Area - 38,863 Sq. Km. (2008)
Population 31.8 mn
Literacy rate 92%
Climate Moderate tropical
Language Malayalam; English is widely spoken
Rich in agricultural produce & Mineral deposits
International sea port at Cochin
3 International airports at Kochi, Calicut & thiruvananthapuram
Excellent road network
7 Minor Ports
KERALA UNIQUE ADVANTAGES
Salaries 1/5th of the international average
Operational costs less than 50% when compared to the other Indian cities
Rentals lower by more than 60% in comparison to other Indian cities
Power and water tariff among the lowest in the country
Human Development Index at par with the West
Strategic location on the trans- national trade corridor connecting Europe
and Pacific rim easily accessible with 3 international airports at
thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Calicut and an international seaport at
Kochi
Ranked best in India in terms of PQLI.
KERALA SOCIAL ADVANCEMENTS
Rank in India
Physical Quality of Life Index (PQLI) Highest
Literacy Highest
Density of Science & Technology Personnel Highest
Birth Rate Lowest
Infant Mortality Lowest
Life Expectancy Longest
Death Rate Lowest
No. of hospital beds per 1000 population Highest
Source : Overseas Development Council, USA
KERALA ON A FAST TRACK
Investment Promotion Board -
Committee of Senior Secretaries to Govt. headed by Chief Secretary -
Fast track mechanism for speedy clearance of projects
Single Window Clearance System -
Single Point Contact Scheme for all clearances
the first State in India to do so with statutory backing
FEW MAJOR UPCOMING PROJECTS
International Container Transshipment Terminal (ICTT) at Cochin - US$ 670
mn
LNG regasification terminal at Cochin- US$ 450 mn
Natural gas pipeline project in Kerala- US$ 440 mn
National Highway development project- US$ 650 mn
Expansion of Kochi Refineries & SBM project US$ 600 mn
Dubai Internet City US$ 350 mn
KERALA POTENTIAL SECTORS
Tourism
Health care
Education
Information Technology
Infrastructure
Manufacturing
TOURISM
Kerala - Rated by the National Geographic Traveler as one of the ten
paradises of the world The State has
Enchanting hill stations
600 Kms Shoreline with exotic beaches
Extensive stretches of breath-taking backwaters across the State
Tourism arrivals having increased many folds over the last five years
Scope exists for setting up high quality world class hotels/resorts
across the Kerala.
KERALA TOUR
Kerala tour, one of the most exotic holiday tours in India is
sought after by a good number of tourists from all over the
world throughout the year. This southern kaleidoscopic state
of India known as Gods Own Country is gifted with various
natural wonders. Kerala beaches and backwaters along with
age-old Kerala Ayurveda tradition are the main attractions to
the foreign tourist. Kerala tourism is teeming with other
various multiple potentialities and Kerala owns a place in the
World Tourism map.
The Kerala tour packages mainly comprises of some
important features of Kerala travel such as:
1. Kerala Backwater Tour
2. Kerala Ayurveda
3. Kerala Cultural Tour
4. Hill Station and Wildlife Tour of Kerala
1) Kerala Backwater Tour

Kerala houseboat cruise is famous as Gondola Ride of Venice.
If one books a Kerala backwater tour package he enjoys
various holidaying activities in the backwaters of the Kerala.
The backwaters of Kerala are scenic flowing parallel to the
Arabian Sea. Backwater canals, lagoons and lakes are the
main attractions that are explored by the tourist in a
backwater tour. Backwater cruise is a fantastic experience to
the tourist. One can experience a mesmerizing boat cruise on
the traditional kettuvallam, a houseboat of typical Kerala
style. This houseboat is decked with various amenities from
bedding to dining. The scenic surroundings of the backwater
canals will thrill one sure.
2) KERALA AYURVEDA
Indian ayurveda tradition has been practiced in Kerala only in
true form. Foreign tourists come to Kerala for its ayurveda
treatments and therapies. Gaining worldwide recognition
Kerala Ayurveda treatment is an important part of Kerala
tourism. The most remarkable thing about Kerala ayurveda is
that ayurveda treatments and therapies are offered by the
backwater and beach hotels and resorts. They have well-
maintained staff to administer the treatments to the guests
and thus must not be missed while on a Kerala travel.
3) KERALA CULTURAL TOUR
Tremendously rich cultural life of Kerala attracts the culture
freaks. Dance, music and martial arts are important parts of
the cultural and social life of the people. Kerala travel
includes the cultural life of the people of various religions.
One will find here people of all religions-Muslim, Hindu,
Christian, Jain, Buddhism, etc. Kerala Tour Guide takes one to
explore also the martial arts and sports tradition of the state.
Kerala cuisine is rich; tourist as a part of cultural tour can also
have the chance to savor various mouth-watering Kerala
dishes.
4) HILL STATION AND WILDLIFE TOUR OF
KERALA
The scenic hill stations of Kerala are other attraction to the
nature and trek lovers. Tourist can plan hill station tours to
the most beautiful hill stations like Munnar, Mananthavady,
Devikulam, Sulthan Bathery and Vythiri. Trekking to these hill
stations, tourists can explore the spice, tea, coffee
plantations. Moreover, there are plenty of sightseeing places
dotted on these hill stations. Wildlife enthusiasts can plan a
tour to the Kerala wildlife sanctuaries rich in various floras
and faunas.
HEALTHCARE
Indias best healthcare indices
Around 25 Specialty Hospitals &
13 medical colleges
Health sector attracting massive investments, the industry is poised for
a major leap forward
Health tourism is a fast emerging sector
thiruvananthapuram the capital of Kerala is fast emerging as the
medical capital of Kerala with 4 medical colleges and about a dozen
super /multi specialty hospitals.
Opportunity exists for investors to set up more world class health care
infrastructure including hospitals, R&D facility, medical device
manufacturing facility etc
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Indias most advanced datacom and telecom infra
Huge reservoir of skilled manpower
SAFE & SEA-ME-WE-3 cable landings with 15 GBPS bandwidth
100% digital exchanges - 988 exchanges
Opportunity exists for investors in IT and ITES related activities like
Software, BPO, Call centre, back office operation etc.
Opportunity also for investors for investing in IT infra development.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
National
ILD
Hub
100% of
telephone
exchanges digital
Highest
telecom
density
Cochin Communication Hub
SEA-ME-WE-3 & SAFE
cable landings
abundant bandwidth
1
st
wireless
district
in the country
Universal OFC
connectivity
across State
MANUFACTURING
The presence of highly skilled workers with a short learning curve provides
one of the ideal requisites for setting up manufacturing units in Kerala.
The prospective investor can leverage on the cost advantages by way of
salaries, power and water charges, rentals, cost of living etc and can think
in terms of relocating their business to Kerala.
Kerala produces 93% of the total natural rubber in India and is ideal for
rubber related units. Manufacture of medicines/herbal extracts in the Rs
100 Million Ayurveda sector is an other viable proposition.
INFRASTRUCTURE
Ready to occupy infrastructure Technopark in Thiruvananthapuram
and Infopark in Kochi have paved the way for development in the IT
sector in Kerala.
Opportunity exists in setting up specialized industrial parks
developed with
readymade state-of-the-art infrastructure
Ready to lease plots
dedicated power and water supply etc
Other viable propositions include: setting up theme based special
economic zones, Shopping malls and entertainment centre like
multiplex, Theme based amusement parks, etc.
Emerging Technology Hub - Kerala
In the 90s, the global
technology landscape
was profoundly altered.
Underlying this change
was the convergence
of communications
and computation; and
the extraordinary range
of exciting new hybrid
technologies & disciplines
that this convergence
spawned.
At the core of this transformation was the Information
Technology revolution, leading to the emergence of a new
Knowledge Society

India Inc. - The Metamorphosis
The 90s also
saw the
global
technology
map being
reshaped.

By Y2K,
India had
emerged
as the
dark horse
of the
global IT
industry.
By FY 2008
at current
rates of growth,
India is
expected to be
among the
top 3
countries in
the world
in IT revenues,
after the
US & Japan.

By FY 2002
India had
established
itself as the
undisputed
frontrunner
in software
services;
and is set
to be the
preeminent
IT sourcing
hub in Asia,
as service lines
become
commoditised
and off-shoring
becomes
increasingly
mainstream
Between
1992-2002,
the Indian
IT industry
grew at a
scorching pace
of 43%
every year;
making it
the fastest
growing
industry
worldwide.

India Inc. - The leading Global IT/
Technology Sourcing Hub
Pre-eminent
destination for
cross-border
IT services
Culture for
Services
Location
attractiveness
Long term
sustainable
competitive
advantage
Strategic product
Development and
R&D base
Leading global
ITES (BPO) hub
for high-value
activities
Core Competencies
in New Technologies
2
nd
largest
pool of scientific/
technical talent
2
nd
largest
English speaking
manpower after USA
Development costs
in India average
40% less than US
High quality of
service delivery
IT Core competencies
India - The pre-eminent South Asian
destination for IT/ITES
China
India
Ireland
China
India
Mexico
Ireland
Australia
UK
Singapore
Philippines
Low High
Low High
Size of circle indicates
quantum of IT services
exports(2000)
Size of circle indicates
quantity of knowledge
workers
IT Enabled Services IT Services
Future Strengths

Size of IT
services Exports

Sustainability
of cost
advantage

Depth of
talent pool

Quality of
service delivery

Conduciveness
of regulatory
environment
Location
Advantage

Infrastructure

Country risks/
FDI incentives

Time zone
attractiveness

Geophysical zone
attractiveness
People Advantage

English language

Cost

Type of skills

Abundance
Current Strengths

Cost of Service delivery

Quality of service delivery

Regulatory environment

Russia
Output of graduates in Life Sciences amongst the
highest in the world

Network of world-class R&D institutes frontier
research

Rich local knowledge repositories and advanced
legacy health care systems

Diverse and spectacular biological gene pool,
including extant tropical rain forests
Core Competencies
in New Technologies
BT Core competencies
Largest
entertainment
industry in
the world
Natural location of
choice for multimedia,
animation &
digital content
Media expansion &
absorption rate
among the fastest
growing worldwide
(both depth of
penetration &
range of spectrum
coverage)
Highest number
of movies made
Core Competencies
in New Technologies
ICE Core competencies
India with its advanced cutting edge technical
capabilities is poised to become the prime hub for
the New Technologies of the Knowledge Society
Kerala at the extreme south is Indias true
Knowledge Society with 100% literacy,
advanced HDI & widespread technology diffusion
India Hub for New Technologies
Information Technology is
the platform and motor for
the new Transformational
Technologies of the future
Kerala, India


Backdrop
Growth trends
and prospects
Competitive
Advantages
Governments
Role
Industry
Overview
The States
Value Proposition
Kerala The Knowledge Hub of
India
Universal literacy
Large base of knowledge workers
Highest density of Science &
Technology Personnel
HDI comparable with west
100% Digital Kerala
National
ILD
Hub
100% of
telephone
exchanges digital
Highest
telecom
density
Cochin Communication Hub
SEA-ME-WE-3 & SAFE
cable landings
abundant bandwidth
1
st
wireless
district
in the country
Universal OFC
connectivity
across State
100% Digital Kerala
SEA-ME-WE III
FLAG
SAFE
International
bandwidth
70% of Indias
data traffic
flowing through
Cochin
Mumbai
Cochin
Multiple, redundant
backbone service
provision through
BSNL, Reliance, Bharti
Kerala - Competitive Advantages
N
o.
1
State in Human
Development
Indices (HDI)
by Planning
Commission, GoI
April 2002
In terms of
Peaceful &
Pristine
Environment
State in
Technology
Diffusion
Index,
April 2002
State in
Law & Order
and stable
political
environment,
Sept. 2000
Kerala - Competitive Advantages
CII Study How the States are doing, September 2000
Kerala Karnataka Tamil Nadu A P Mrashtra Delhi
Parameters
General Achievement 6 15 13 12 7 4
Infrastructure Penetration 5 12 4 10 11 1
Finance 6 7 4 10 2 1
Labour 8 11 1 3 4 9
Social Sector 2 10 4 13 6 1
Law & Order 1 10 8 12 9 11
Affluence 3 7 11 12 5 1
Education, Heallth Expenditure 1 8 5 12 4 3
Investment Attractiveness 5 10 6 8 3 1
Overall Composite Rank 3 10 6 12 5 1
Key Initiatives by Indian Govt.

Assign priority sector status to ITES
and provide a debt-funding operation
Ensure consistency in taxation policy
Remove clause that prohibits change
in ownership of beneficial interest due
to denial of tax benefits

Remove key product-market barriers in
high IT consulting sectors, i.e., retail,
telecom and retail banking
Appoint one nodal agency as the
clear owner of e-governance initiatives
Ensure availability of required infrastructure,
i.e., national expressways, airports, telecom
connectivity etc.

Establish a body comprising industry,
academia and the govt. to devise
standards for IT education
Introduce software related courses in
all engg./science courses for one
semester year

Key Initiatives by Kerala Govt.

Labour law issues addressed to enable
24x7x52 service





E-governance a priority - long term
IT architecture and roadmap for
implementation



Availability of adequate civic
infrastructure
Major infrastructure thrust
Encourage and promote English
language teaching at all levels and
especially in graduate courses to
meet the short-term needs of
the ITES industry


Expedite unfinished
agenda in regulation
Drive growth of
domestic market
Proactively address
infrastructure and
talent issues
Governments role to ensure success for
the IT / ITES industry
Kerala - Visionary & Reformist
Government Initiatives
Key Government thrust areas Examples of specific actions

Creating a pro-enterprise, > Comprehensive overhaul & rationalisation
regulatory & framework of labour laws.
facilitating investment

Single window for IT/ITES > 1
st
custom-made regulatory framework
for 24 x 7 x 52 IT/ITES operations.

Establishing Kerala as a > IIITM-K as Regional centre of excellence
global centre for excellence > Focused training for BPO & ITES.
in HR > Exclusive ITES habitat in Cochin.
> Educational Grid for e-Learning.
> International Business School at Cochin.

Establishing internationally > 100% Digital Kerala initiative launched.
competitive IT infrastructure > Dedicated E-governance Grid.
& environment > Carrier Neutral Facility.
> International consultants for Master Plan
& Business Development.
Regulatory Framework Implementation
of Government Initiatives
Labour
Laws
Others
Procedures
24x7x52 service by declaring the ITES sector
a public utility service' under the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947.
Allow women and younger people (in the age group 18-21 to work at night.
Allow flexible working hours and staggered timings.
Permit use of contract/part-time employees. On a continuing basis.
Facilitate termination of services with fair compensation.
Facilitate single-window clearance for establishing an ITES unit in the state
Allow ITES companies to repatriate money abroad for sales and marketing
by removing requirement for inward remittances
Reinstate benefits with respect to remuneration received for services rendered
outside India under Section 80 RRA of IT Act
Assign priority sector status to ITES and provide a debt-funding option
Kerala Venture Fund established for start-ups
Business and Technology Incubators
Area
Keralas Value Proposition
60% cost reduction
for off-shore process
Labour cost arbitrage,
the reason for cost savings,
likely to exist for the next
20-30 years.
Lowest attrition
Faster turnaround
time
Time zone
difference
24x7 service
Learning curve
effect
Infrastructure
Advanced telecoms
best in the country
Excellent connectivity
3 airports
Lowest power/
bandwidth costs
Indias 1
st
& only
COPC company
3 CMM Level 5
companies
Performance
Excellence
Initiative
Quality
Cost Quality
Keralas
Value
Proposition
Productivity
Industry Overview




Asias
largest
IT Park at
Trivandrum,
Technopark
Industry
domains -
hardware &
telecoms,
software &
software services
& ITES
Multinational
representation
from
USA,
Germany,
Japan,
France, UK
More than 55
companies
including
3 CMM Level 5,
2 CMM Level 3,
10 ISO 9001
companies
Legacy System Evolution (5 Companies)
Web Enabling
Porting/Conversion
Development, Maintenance

Business Applications (13 Companies)
Custom Projects for Banks/ Insurance/ Health/
Shipping/Travel/Retail
Internet Technologies (15 companies)
Enterprise Network Solutions
Web Design & Hosting
Web Based Multimedia
Intranet Based MIS
E-Business Colutions
Industry Overview. Services
Telecom (3 Companies)
Transaction Billing Solutions
Maintenance & Application Development

Embedded Systems (4 Companies)
Board Support Packages (BSPs) & Device Drivers
Real-time Operating Systems
Firmware Development Services
Assembly, C C++; Embedded Java Programming
DSP Firmware, Software & Algorithms
Industry Overview. Services
IT Enabled Services (7 companies)
BPO including Online/Offline Processing
Call Centers
Medical/Legal Transcription
GIS

Animation (3 companies)
2D/3D Animated Content for Films/ Advertising/
Education

CAD/CAM Services (7 companies)
High-end Design & Modeling
Industry Overview. Services
Platforms
IBM Mainframe
COBOL, Assembler, PL/1
DB2, CICS, IDMS, IMS, WAS

Client-server
Oracle, SQL Server, Informix
VB, Delphi, C, C#, VC++, Power Builder

Linux
Web Technologies
Java, .Net, XML, EJB, Websphere
Key Clients
North America
Sun, IBM, Cisco, EDS, Costco, Safeway, Toys R Us,
Alstom, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Convergys

Japan
Hitachi, Toshiba, NIT, Mazda, Yamaha, Yazaki, ISO,
Deutsche Bank

Europe
Shell, European Space Agency, Dutch Ministry of
Transport, KPN, EDS, Philips, KPN/Dutch Telecom,
Motorola, Siemens, IBM, IMG, Swissair
Leading global players leveraging
Keralas services capabilities
Company Description
Swissair
The IT subsidiary of the Swissair Group, IBS has a 400-person captive ODC
in Kerala focusing on providing solutions for airline businesses, airport
operations and cargo handling.
US Technologies
Has an Indian subsidiary, US Software, which offers IT solutions to 12
Fortune 500 companies.
Comcraft
Has set up Toonz Animation which does work for Pepsi, Coke and Nestle.
A Global award winner in animation and digital content, Toonz is the 1
st

digital studio in India.
Hays Doc
Has set up a support center for its European document management
operations.
24x7Customer
Customer services for 1 of the top 2 global financial; long-distance telco; car
rental and hotel chain companies.
Aggressive growth by
ITES companies in Kerala
Example Year of set up Area of Operations Status / Future Plans
IBS 1997
Aviation Industry solutions Employee base has grown from
20 to 375. Revenues have grown
from USD 5 mn to USD 10 mn.
US Software 1999
Finance, Retail, Banking
solutions
Employee base has grown from
20 to 400 - to increase to
1000 by Y2003.
NeST 1991
Networking and software
solutions
Employees 3000. Plans to
become a USD 250 mn Co.
by Y2005.
SunTec 1997
Finance Industry solutions Plans to grow to USD 1000 mn
plus by Y2005.
Endorsements
A lesser known aspect of Kerala
is that below the lush green
landscape and serene backwaters
lie a plethora of optical fibre
cables that service two-thirds
of Indias entire data traffic

CB Richard Ellis
May 2002
Kerala is the best-networked
state in the country and offers
the best possible connectivity.
Keralas new IT policy is a
radical one. The special attention
to the ITES industry is a
particularly welcome move.

NASSCOM
December 2001
Technopark offered complete
facilities, state-of-the-art
communication and an inspiring
ambience. We were fully
operational within six months
of our decision. The added plus for
us has been the wealth of talent in
Kerala. We're delighted to be here."

Toonz Animation
January 2000
"This is an exciting concept.
IT is a crucial element of the future,
both in the private sector & as
applied to Government. If Kerala can
marshal its current advantages
and market them successfully,
the future will be bright."

Ambassador of USA to India
February 2002
Source: NASSCOM-McKinsey Study

Size of circle corresponds to
the number of qualified
workers in that country
Capability of Workers
Capability of Workers

Qualification/capabilities
Foreign languages,
primarily English
Quality of work/work ethics
Cost differential
The People Factor
High
Low
High
India
UK
Australia
Ireland
Holland
Singapore
Hong Kong
Philippines
Mexico
China
Kerala
Low
India
UK
Australia
Ireland
Holland
Singapore
Hong Kong
Philippines
Mexico
China
Kerala
Location Attractiveness
Infrastructure
Communication
Basic infrastructure
Trivandrum, Kochi
Rated as #2 and #3
respectively. Best cities in
India to do business in
Business Today Study
(Dec 2001)
The Infrastructure Factor
Source: NASSCOM-McKinsey Study
High
Low
High Low

Size of circle corresponds to
the number of qualified
workers in that country
High
Low
High
Capability of Workers
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India
UK
Australia
Ireland
Holland
Singapore
Hong Kong
Philippines
Mexico
China
Kerala
Location Attractiveness

Infrastructure
- Communication
- Basic Infrastructure

Country Risk/FDI Incentives
- Attractive Incentives
- Political incentives

Time Zone Attractiveness
Keralas Position
Source: NASSCOM-McKinsey Study

Size of circle corresponds to
the number of qualified
workers in that country
Low
Kerala - Key Benefits
A Bouquet of Services from ITES to Embedded
Systems.
Reliable and redundant data connectivity options
Good air connectivity with USA/Europe Singapore /
Middle East
Stability of operations:
Lowest employee attrition rates in India
Kerala rated 1
st
in Law & Order in India
Stable Government, stable policies
Risk of natural disasters/war minimal
Green environs, soothing ambience One of the 50
must-see destinations of a lifetime - National
Geographic Traveler
Excellent local manpower pool highest HDI in India
Excellent HR practices
Kerala - Business Opportunities



Offshore
Software
Development
Product
Marketing
Business
Process
Outsourcing
Onsite
Consulting
Joint
Ventures/
Strategic
Alliances
Thanks
Yogesh Kende
Navi Mumbai, India

Write to yogesh.kende@gmail.com