Top 6 Indian Brands That Compete With Foreign Brands

Top 6 Indian Brands That Compete With Foreign Brands

There are multiple Indian brands in the world market today. From gadgets and software to apparels and FMCG products, there are Indian brands for almost any product that you might look for. Some of these brands are so good that they have established their name not just in India but on a global level too. In this post, you will find a list of the top 6 Indian brands that have given a tough competition to the foreign brands.

1. Infosys

Infosys Limited is a multinational company that provides services in the fields of business consulting, IT and outsourcing. It is the second largest IT company in India. As per the latest reports, its market capitalisation was $44.32 billion.

2. Airtel

Bharti Airtel Limited, popularly known as Airtel, is a telecommunication company that offers telecommunication services in India and other countries in South Asia and Africa. It is the second largest mobile network operator in India and the third largest mobile network operator in the world.

3. Patanjali

Swami Ramdev’s brand Patanjali is one of the most successful Indian brands today. It has given a tough competition to big brands such as Dabur, P&G and Unilever. Recently, Patanjali has also made its presence in the apparel market with its brand Patanjali Paridhan. This has given another reason for foreign brands to rethink their strategy and maintain their hold in the Indian apparel market.

4. Cafe Coffee Day

Cafe Coffee Day is an Indian cafe chain which belongs to Amalgamated Bean Trading Company (a Chikamagalur based company). This company has its own coffee estates and exports beans to countries like USA, Japan and other European countries. The first outlet of Cafe Coffee Day was opened in 1996 at Brigade Road in Bangalore. Till date, there are close to 2000 outlets of Cafe Coffee Day in the country. Currently, there are outlets of Cafe Coffee Day in countries like Austria, Czech Republic and Malaysia.

5. Royal Enfield

This is an Indian motorcycle manufacturing company based in Chennai. Hugely popular for its motorcycle Royal Enfield, this company has become popular in countries like the USA and other European countries.

6. Louis Phillipe

Owned by Madura Fashion and Lifestyle, a division of the Aditya Birla Group, this brand is one of the largest apparel brands in India. You can find exclusive stores of Louis Phillipe in India and abroad.

Conclusion

These were some of the top Indian brands that give a tough competition to foreign brands not just in India but on a global level as well. While brands like Patanjali Paridhan have the potential to compete with foreign brands in the country, brands like Cafe Coffee Day are also on the upfront to compete with popular brands in the world.

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