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Excerpts: Interview with Hinjewadi Industries Association

Hinjewadi is easily the most important part of Pune as far as software technology is concerned, and there are many associated infrastructural problems that do not get the attention they deserve. The Hinjewadi Industries Association is an association of industries that is trying to change that.

The Economic Times has an interesting interview with SK Kulkarni, President of HIA. Here are some excerpts:

About Hinjewadi, and the HIA

Hinjewadi contributes around 60 per cent of Maharashtra’s total IT exports. As of now we are able to generate the revenue of Rs 35,000 crore. This area has around 90 companies employing people and generating revenue however, around 50 companies are part of HIA. The major players in this area includes Infosys, Wipro, Cognizant, TCS, Persistent, KPIT Cummins along with Accenture and many others.

About the Industries in Hinjewadi

This area has around 85 per cent of IT sector; around 5 per cent of Biotechnology (BT) sector and remaining 10 per cent is manufacturing sector.

What is the objective of the Hinjewadi Industries Association?

The basic objective of the HIA is to have a structured growth of infrastructure, security and facilities for its member companies and their employees. Even today the major issues like security, traffic safety needs to be address.

For more, see the full article.

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One response to Excerpts: Interview with Hinjewadi Industries Association

  1. Subodh Gupta says:

    Hinjewadi has huge potential to grow further. There are so many more phases to be developed. Though infrastructure and connectivity could be a concern if the traffic grows.

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