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This post is part of a series titled “Strategizing for E-mobility Opportunities in India” from EV Next Perspectives. See all posts for this series from here. See previous post E-mobility – Evaluating the Opportunities (2020-2030)
The data and insights in the earlier posts from this series from EV Next would have enabled a prospective business or entrepreneur to arrive at a shortlist of opportunities based on the size of investment needed, the types of markets (B2B or B2C), and the firm’s key strengths and capabilities.
Doubtless, the above sections will lead to different types of businesses and entrepreneurs to arrive at different shortlists that comprise the most attractive business opportunities for them.
As a summary, we have provided a Sector-Size matrix below that lists the types of opportunities for each Sector & Size, depending on where you belong on the two-dimensional spectrum of Sector & Size.
Note that opportunities that are listed under Micro & Small are also feasible for Medium & Large firms (though they might not be the most optimal for them!), but the inverse is not valid – that is, opportunities listed under Medium & Large usually might not be feasible for small firms unless they are able to form synergistic partnerships with larger firms.
Similarly, those opportunities listed for specific industry sectors are ideal for companies in those sectors, but that does not prevent a company from outside the sector to target the opportunity if they are able to form relevant strategic partnerships.
Cell making machinery | Pack making machinery | Testing & standardization services | Financing | Insurance
|Sector/Size||Micro & Small||Medium & Large|
|Auto & Auto Component Industry||
|Power, Electrical & Electronics Industry||
|Other Industry Sectors||
Prominent industry sectors that comprise the “Other Industry Sectors” category would be
|Metals & mining||Chemicals||IT & Software||Finance|
|Construction||Machine & machine tools||Oil & gas||Logistics & transport|
|Engineering design firms||Testing & validation firms||Trading firms|
This post is part of a series titled “Strategizing for E-mobility Opportunities in India” from EV Next Perspectives. See all posts for this series from here. See next post Vertical integration opportunities in e-mobility sector
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