As our Prime Minister himself is trying to make “Make In India” a grand success by shaking hands with more and more country over this campaign. We should be proud that we as a country are not weak anymore and our Indian brands are giving a tough fight to other brands across the country. So here we come with a list of those Indian brands companies, so lets’ start!
So here are the 10 Indian brands that give tough competition to foreign brands!
10. Cafe Coffee Day
Cafe Coffee day is owned by Chikmagalur based Amalgamated Bean Coffee Trading Company and it has a chain of cafes all around India. CCD opened its first outlet in Bangalore in 1996 and now it has 1640 outlets all across India and has its outlet outside India too like Vienna, Karachi, Prague, and Dubai.
9. Old Monk
Without any advertising, this brand of rum has reached superior levels and has stayed as the biggest Indian made foreign liquor brand for years. Old Monk Rum was launched back in 1954 and is owned by Mohan Meakin Limited and is produced in Ghaziabad. Old Monk is sold largely in India as well as in Russia, UK, USA, UAE, Finland, Estonia, Canada, and New Zealand.
Micromax’s headquarter is in Gurgaon and is an Indian consumer electronics company which gave a tough fight to South Korea’s Samsung and surpassed it by shipping more phones. It was also the first Indian mobile company to start its sale in Russia by 2014.
7. Royal Enfield
Royal Enfield is an Indian motorcycle manufacturing company which is based in Chennai and this motorcycle brand is loved by people all over the globe due to its high engine capacity and thumping engine sounds. And Royal Enfield’s are exported to countries like the US and Europe in bulk.
6. Louis Phillipe
Louis Phillipe is an Indian brand that sells men apparel since 1989 and is owned by Lifestyle and Madura Fashion, which is a division of Aditya Birla Group. They also own Peter England, Van Heusen, and Allen Solly. Louis Phillipe now has 2000 outlets both in and outside India.
Lakme is an Indian cosmetic brand that is owned by Hindustan Unilever and its CEO is Pushkaraj Shenai. And Lakme started as a part of Tata Group and the main purpose of establishing this brand was to remove all the foreign cosmetic brands from India. Now Lakme even runs a fashion event and also runs beauty salons across the globe.
Airtel is an Indian multinational telecommunications services company and its headquarter is in New Delhi. Except for India, it operates in 20 other countries across Asia, Africa and also the Channel Islands. This company is headed by Sunil Bharti Mittal now and is the largest cellular service provider across India with 19.2 million subscribers.
Jaguar is a multinational car manufacturer brand which is owned by Tata Motors but its headquarter is located in Whitley, England. This company holds some royal warrants from Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles and also have manufactured cars for British Prime Minister recently.
Infosys is an Indian multinational corporation and its headquarter is located in Bangalore, this company basically provides information technology, business consultancy, outsourcing services, and information technology. Right now Infosys is the 3rd largest Indian based IT services company and its clients are spread all over the globe including USA, China, Japan, Australia, Europe and many more.
1. ITC (Imperial Tobacco Company)
ITC is an Indian conglomerate company and its headquarter is situated in Kolkata, this company was established back in 1910 since then it has diversified a lot. It includes various brands like Aashirvaad food products, Gold flake cigarettes, Wills Lifestyle apparel, Fiama Di Wills, John Players, Classmate stationery and etc. They also own hotels like MyFortune and WelcomHotel in some countries and has also reached the Forbes list.
These are the Indian brands that are rocking worldwide. Do you think these Indian brands can take over the global market?