By: Deepa Reddy The Times Of India, July 20, 2018 The number of CPA-related companies that are active in India’s market is increasing rapidly.
As per a report by research firm McKinsey & Co, the number of registered CPA companies has gone up by 12% over the last year to 5,400 companies.
This growth has been driven by growth of the industry and a growing awareness among the Indian public.
“The trend of CPG industry is accelerating, and CPA’s are the main drivers of it.
With the advent of blockchain, there is a need to capture the value of CPMs,” said Naveen Rao, Partner, Kishore Bhattacharya & Co. “In the past, CPA was a relatively small sector in India.
It was the second largest sector after retail.
Now, CPM is being used in every industry and CPM’s are a major revenue stream for many companies.”
However, CPG companies are under attack by the government.
As CPAs are a very small business, they are under constant threat.
It has been said that these are not big businesses, but rather large companies,” he added.
The CPA industry is growing at an impressive rate.
The industry has seen a huge growth in the last three years, as over 30% of the Indian CPM market has been taken up.
According to McKinsey, CPLs have accounted for more than 50% of all CPM businesses in India, accounting for Rs 5,846 crore.
This is up from Rs 3,766 crore in 2015.
The other 2% are related to the sale of CPPs, CPP-based transactions, CPEs, and similar services.”
The demand for CPM services is increasing as consumers are becoming more aware of their needs and demand for them.
The market is also becoming more fragmented.
This gives them a large potential to grow and expand.””
CPM’s have a strong customer base, and their business model is to offer CPM solutions that cater to their specific requirements.
This gives them a large potential to grow and expand.”