The Jig Saw

Wednesday, March 16, 2005

Tier-II cities are new BPO spots

Financial Express has a story on tier-II cities in India accounting for 15% of total IT and ITES exports from India?

Seems like the cost advantage of bigger cities is dwindling and with 1.8 million graduates (out of the 3 million India produces) coming from tier-II cities alone the shift seems like an obvious choice.
But what when the cost advantage offered by tier II cities starts fading too?


  • True.... but imagine the number of small cities or towns which are yet left untouched...the list will be really long and talent available in them unlimited.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:19 AM  

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