/// Predicting the Indian Market for 2013: How Will Apple, Google, Facebook, Samsung and Amazon Fare?
Taj Mahal image via stockshoppe Given the enormous growth and development of India’s consumer Internet and mobile market in 2012, we can expect some highly groundbreaking developments in 2013. Despite the multitude of domestic family-run companies from Tata to Bharti, I predict six of the world’s largest multi-national consumer tech companies will drive the future of the Indian Internet landscape. Quick recap: In 2012, we saw Android take off like a rocket. India became Facebook’s second-largest market behind the U.S. And while 3G was slow to gain traction, price cuts and new marketing initiatives are giving it new life. These changes have led to major consumer brand marketers to finally start embracing digital and mobile media to grow their businesses
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Predicting the Indian Market for 2013: How Will Apple, Google, Facebook, Samsung and Amazon Fare?
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