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India Set Top Boxes (STBs) Market (2012-2017): Market Forecast by: STB types

India Set Top Box (STB) market is expected to ship 67.2 million units by 2017, at a CAGR of 28.5% from 2012-2017. At present, DTH subscribers are the major customers of STBs in India, however with the government directives to digitize entire pay TV network including cable TV, the market for India STBs is expected to gain significant momentum. Evaluating the present market scenario, around 93.5% of the total cable TV subscribers are still on analog based networks; however we expect a major shift towards digital cable TV platform in the coming years. Also, with the introduction of High Definition (HD) channels and smart TVs, the market for digital TV viewing is expected to grow exponentially.

The report thoroughly covers the market by STBs types, by unit shipments and by regions. The report provides an unbiased and detailed analysis of the on-going market trends and market segments. The report also gives the insights on key market drivers and restraints and opportunities that shape the present and future market.

Key Highlights of the report
Market dynamics of India Set Top Box (STB) market.
Revenue forecast by different STBs.
Unit Shipments by different STBs.
Forecasts by region.
Price Analysis.
Market Trends.
Market share Analysis

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ACRONYMS USED
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 KEY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE REPORT
1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION
1.3 MARKETS COVERED
1.4 METHODOLOGY ADOPTED AND KEY DATA POINTS
1.5 ASSUMPTIONS
2 MARKET OVERVIEW
2.1 INDIA PAY TV MARKET- AN OVERVIEW
2.2 INDUSTRY LIFE CYCLE
2.3 INDIA STB MARKET (REVENUES VS UNIT SHIPMENTS)
2.4 PRICE ANALYSIS
2.5 MARKET DYNAMICS
2.5.1 MARKET DRIVERS
2.5.1.1 Government rules & regulations
2.5.1.2 Growth of Pay TV subscribers
2.5.1.3 Declining STB prices
2.5.1.4 Aggressive nature of DTH operators
2.5.1.5 Launch of HD channels
2.5.1.6 Entry of Smart TVs in Indian market
2.5.2 MARKET RESTRAINTS
2.5.2.1 Lack of awareness
2.5.3 OPPORTUNITIES
2.5.3.1 Local manufacturing
2.5.4 CURRENT AND FUTURE MARKET TRENDS
2.5.4.1 Subscribers shifting towards digital platform
2.5.4.2 Low penetration in IPTV market
3 INDIA SET TOP BOX MARKET
3.1 SATELLITE SET TOP BOX
3.2 CABLE TV SET TOP BOX
3.3 IPTV SET TOP BOX
4 SD STB VS HD STB
5 IMPORTED VS LOCALLY PRODUCED
6 GEOGRAPHICAL MARKET
6.1 NORTHERN INDIA
6.2 SOUTHERN INDIA
6.3 EASTERN INDIA
6.4 WESTERN INDIA
6.5 NORTH-EASTERN INDIA
7 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
7.1 COMPETITIVE BENCHMARKING
7.2 MARKET SHARE
8 COMPANY PROFILES
8.1 BHARAT ELECTRONICS
8.1.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW
8.1.2 KEY COMPANY FACTS OF 2011
8.1.3 STRATEGY
8.1.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS
8.2 CHANG HONG
8.2.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW
8.2.2 KEY COMPANY FACTS OF 2011
8.2.3 STRATEGY
8.2.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS
8.3 CISCO
8.3.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW
8.3.2 KEY COMPANY FACTS OF 2011
8.3.3 STRATEGY
8.3.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS
8.4 ECHOSTAR
8.4.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW
8.4.2 KEY COMPANY FACTS OF 2011
8.4.3 STRATEGY
8.4.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS
8.5 HUAWEI
8.5.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW
8.5.2 KEY COMPANY FACTS OF 2011
8.5.3 STRATEGY
8.5.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS
8.6 HUMAX
8.6.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW
8.6.2 KEY COMPANY FACTS OF 2011
8.6.3 STRATEGY
8.6.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS
8.7 INDEON TECHNOLOGIES
8.7.1 BUSINESS OVERVIEW
8.7.2 KEY COMPANY FACTS OF 2011
8.7.3 STRATEGY
8.7.4 KEY DEVELOPMENTS
8.8 MCBS

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Event Management Market in India 2012

As globalization set in, event management got a head start as multinationals started pouring into India. The general need to sculpt an event with utmost success has deliberated on the advent of event management as a profession. Today even general family events such as marriages are treading the lines of getting assistance from event management concerns. Formerly what started as a means of streamlining the entire set of activities to make a grand event, has inadvertently transpired into infusing elements of glamour and glitz to make it stand out from the rest.

The report begins with an introduction of concept of event management along with a brief description of the event planner as well as the activities that is required to manage. It is then followed by a detailing of the key steps in event management. The market overview section entails an understanding of the sector in India as also provides the market size and growth. A description of the key segments that event management concerns look to cover comes next. This gets followed by an analysis of the costs incurred and revenues garnered by a concern in this field on a normal basis. The focus then moves towards discussing the revenue model adopted by majority of the players in this sector. The next section elaborates on the value chain analysis of the sector. The section gets concluded with a Porter’s Five Forces analysis of the sector.

Brief descriptions of the drivers that help the sector to prosper include growth in disposable income and consumer spending, increase in below the line activities, increase in corporate vents, spurt in sport events, rise of wedding and other family events and rising need of organized and structured events. Event management service is deemed as a luxury product whose chief driver remains increased disposable income that can be expended beyond one’s expenditure for necessity. It is possible for people to splurge on extravagant events only if they have enough income at their hands coupled with their willingness to spend on parties. Another significant aspect in this regard is the increase of below the line (BTL) activities. Marketing as a genre has improved vastly with innovative avenues like BTL churning more publicity and visibility for products. BTL indulges in public events that are required to be organized keeping the interaction quotient in mind.

A significant driving factor in this sector is the increase in corporate events which are organized on a grand scale and as such require the help of event management concerns. As India awakens to a light towards prosperity, it is beset with a growth in the corporate sector per se. While corporate events get associated with business events, sports events are the latest addition in commercial events that also ask for event management services. Gala events in the likes of ICC World Cup or Commonwealth Games have their opening and closing ceremonies over and above the entire gamut of services required to be meted out during the entire course of event. As people hoard more money, they look at celebrating their personal events with equal extravagance and splendour as seen in weddings and other family events. Finally, the general need of an organized method to structure events that would not only be designed with precision and perfection but also stand out form the rest making it unique and successful in it own manner. While these factors can be termed as growth drivers, there are certain aspects that act as hindrances to the sector namely high entertainment tax and lengthy procedure of import of equipments.

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Olympics 2012: The Economic Impact 2012 – Market Assessment

To win the right to host an Olympic Games, a city must jump through numerous hoops held by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). It is not an easy process, with several stages and several rounds of voting. The bid for London 2012 began in 2003, the date of the deadline for the application of host cities, and did not end until 2 years later in 2005, when the IOC awarded London the Games, some 7 years before the event even began.

It is perceived as a great honour to be chosen to host the Games, as it is a statement from the IOC that it approves of a city’s political and social support, general infrastructure, sports venues, potential Olympic Village, environment, accommodation, transport system, security, past experience, finance and legacy.

With an event of the magnitude of the Olympic Games, is undeniable that there is the potential for significant economic impact on the host city or even, if the country is small, the entire host country. The event may last only for a few weeks, but the preparations for the Games begin almost as soon as the host city is announced.

The economic impact of the Olympic Games on London is the focus of this Key Note Market Assessment; this will be analysed using figures for tourism and hotels from the three previous Olympics, as well as taking into account other significant issues such as transport and security. This report mainly focuses on the economic impact on London during the Games period, with some mentions of prospects for the economy after the Games is over. However, it must be noted that the pre-Games activity, which has been in motion since 2005, has also had an economic effect, such as through investment expenditure, preparatory costs and the potential loss of benefits from projects that may have occurred in London, but were displaced in favour of the Games.

Whether the economic impact of the Games will be positive or negative remains to be seen at the time of writing (February 2012), but the impact of past Games can be noted and used to draw some conclusions. In the years of the Games in Sydney (2000) and Athens (2004), for example, the direct contribution of travel and tourism to gross domestic product (GDP) in Australia and Greece rose by 18.3% and 12%, respectively. 2008 saw the contribution of travel and tourism in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) after the Beijing Games increase by only 6.4%, however. The financial markets were already experiencing difficulties in 2008, the results of which were the full-blown global recession and the UK’s current economic position.

It would seem foolhardy to assume that generally depressed economic activity across the world, with a debt and currency crisis on the UK’s doorstep in the Eurozone, is not going to affect spending on non-essentials such as travel and tourism. Therefore, despite the myriad of events occurring in London in 2012, including celebrations of the bicentenary of Charles Dickens’ birth, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the nationwide Cultural Olympiad, figures suggest modest growth of 7% in the direct contribution of travel and tourism expenditure in the UK. Although it is slightly larger than Beijing’s increase, it remains smaller than that recorded in Greece and much smaller than that seen in Australia.

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