Services Industry

The Indian government recognises the importance of encouraging growth in the services sector and offers a number of incentives in areas such as health care, communications, transportation, information technology, banking, finance, tourism, education, engineering, and management.

The services industry not only accounts for the major chunk of India’s GDP, but it has also attracted substantial foreign investment, contributed significantly to export, and created enormous numbers of jobs. The services sector in India covers a wide range of activities, including IT/ITES, logistics, financing, insurance, real estate, commercial services, community, public, and construction-related services.

The Indian government recognizes the importance of encouraging growth in the services sector and offers a number of incentives in areas such as health care, communications, transportation, information technology, banking, finance, tourism, education, engineering, and management.

Continued growth in this industry has created significant demand for a skilled workforce from entry-level jobs to executive level. Our mission at QSS Global is to give the greatest level of service to both individuals and businesses.

We ensure the highest quality service because for every search, we guarantee honesty, integrity, punctuality, and diligence. Our experts will not take shortcuts in order to make recruitment. We rely completely on the goodwill we’ve built in the marketplace and referrals from happy customers.

IT/ITeS

The Indian IT/ITeS industry has had an unmatched impact on India. It has made a significant contribution to promoting India as a preferred investment destination for international investors, as well as producing a large number of job opportunities in India, the United States, Europe, and other parts of the world.

In terms of revenue, the industry has increased by ten folds in the last decade, and its contribution to India’s GDP is expected to be approximately 8% in FY 2020-21.

Legal

From employment legislation to data protection and foreign investment, the dynamic and rapidly expanding Indian legal market is reacting to the global economic and social problems of our times. On the corporate front, transactions in healthcare and technology, particularly in e-commerce, are continuing at a rapid pace.

There is significant investment going into and out of India. Private equity and venture capital firms and funds who have money to spend are looking for chances in India

BFSI

India possesses one of the most developed financial markets in the developing world. Commercial banks, insurance companies, NBFCs, pensions, mutual funds, and other smaller financial entities make up the industry. The banking regulator recently approved the creation of new businesses such as payments banks, expanding the sorts of entities functioning in the industry.

The new opportunities in India’s financial services sector have accelerated the need to acquire highly skilled personnel with extensive experience.

Logistics

One of the significant contributors to India’s economic growth is the Logistics sector. It is essential to advancing almost all other industries, including infrastructure projects. By adopting GST and increasing investments in dedicated road and rail routes, the Indian government has created a favorable climate for the logistics sector.

The market is fragmented due to the high number of companies; however, consolidation is quickly becoming the next trend defining development activity in the Logistics sector.