Businesses are struggling to make ends meet.
There are only a few dozen people working in the Indian market.
They are all struggling to survive.
They have to find new ways to keep afloat and their incomes depend on them.
Many are left with no option but to seek a career in the finance sector.
Theres no shortage of candidates in the field.
There are plenty of jobs that require an MBA degree and many are quite lucrative.
The demand is strong and the pay is decent.
But there are challenges in this new era of globalization.
In 2018, I joined a small team of people working on an automotive startup in India.
It was a dream job for us.
We were working on a project that had been in development for more than a decade and we wanted to make it a reality.
I was lucky enough to have mentors in the company.
They encouraged me to take risks, and we worked hard to deliver.
I was proud to be part of this project and I look forward to the next phase of growth.
I think the future of Indian manufacturing is bright and it is very promising for the future.
But this is the story of a few small teams that started out in the US in 2017 and have since moved to Bangalore.
They were struggling to get funded and it took them a while to get going.
In 2019, we have reached a point in our lives when we no longer have the financial backing of our parents.
We had to start from scratch and invest in the startup that was born from our passion.
Our team has grown to over 15 people and we have a strong team of talented people who have come together to help us.
We are all working on the same goal: We want to bring the best of what India has to offer to the global automotive industry.
The next few years will be a tough one for Indian manufacturing.
In 2019, the government is trying to revive manufacturing in India, and there are plans to increase subsidies for startups to invest in manufacturing and set up factories in the country.
But the future is bright.
We can do it.
I want to share my story and tell my story in the hope that it inspires others who are struggling with the same challenges.
In India, you need to be prepared to get paid and stay in India if you are interested in making a living in the automotive industry in 2019.
I can help you do just that.
If you are looking for an affordable start-up company in India to invest, I would love to hear about it.
We would be happy to help.