Industrial and infrastructure development holds critical significance for India's economic growth, acting as a catalyst for greenfield/ brownfield infrastructure development, industrial deepening, enhanced productivity, job creation and achieving ambitious development goals. The Government's unwavering commitment to advancing economic expansion is evident through transformative national programmes and amplified capital spending. By strategically prioritising these sectors, the government aims to lay the foundation for sustained progress, regional inclusivity, and heightened global competitiveness, helping ensure a robust and prosperous future for the nation.
The Industrial and Infrastructure Development Advisory (IIDA) practice of KPMG in India has been advising and assisting India’s development objective by seamlessly bridging the gap between Government’s vision and execution, steering impactful initiatives across the spectrum of infrastructure, industrial and Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) development as well as tourism, leisure, and sports. Our multidisciplinary approach blends cutting-edge strategies, regulatory acumen, and global best practices. Our team of multi-domain experts has successfully delivered national priority strategic engagements, providing guidance and insights to central and state governments, Public Sector Units (PSUs), and multilateral institutions.
As India's growth narrative continues to evolve, we remain steadfast in our commitment to guide and drive transformative initiatives aimed at propelling India towards a future marked by economic vitality and sustainable infrastructure
Key Service Offerings
Integrated infrastructure planning and development
Tourism, leisure development and planning
Policy support and implementation architecture
Public private partnership models and transactions
Industrial parks, economic corridors
Industrial productivity enhancement – land, labour, and capital
Transport/logistics planning, development, and competitiveness
Industrial development and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) competitiveness
Internal and external trade competitiveness and facilitation (export, and import substitution – Atma Nirbhar)
Technical assistance for INR 111 lakh crore National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP)
PM GatiShakti, National Integrated Logistics planning
Make in India – industrial deepening and indigenization across 15 sectors
India foreign trade policy vision
Raising And Accelerating MSME Performance (RAMP) implementation
Tourism circuit development as means for job creation
Asset monetization of several central and provincial assets to unlock value
Enhanced competitiveness of MSMEs in 33 clusters across 6 sectors throughout India under The World Bank funded program
Development of tourism policies across multiple states impacting economic growth, job creation, and cultural preservation
An overview of framework required for the planning, organization, and management of events in India and the need for an event management policy.
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