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Investigating locational aspects of corporate real estate in INDIA

conference contribution
posted on 2005-12-01, 00:00 authored by Richard Reed, C Heywood, K Naidu
In a relatively short time frame India has become a global hub for back-office services, although there is little research into the effect on urban cities. As American and European companies continue to relocate their information technology services and other back office works to the subcontinent, there has been a considerable effect on corporate real estate services. Today outsourcing In India is now a routine practice, with many competent players active in the marketplace and an increasing host of well established clients. This paper investigates trends in corporate real estate In India, with the emphasis placed on sought-after locations and the subsequent effect on real estate markets in the country. A survey of industry representatives In India and UK was conducted with the results providing an insight into the future direction of outsourcing In India. This research presents a unique insight into outsourcing and corporate real estate In India, and presents findings that are useful to both organisations seeking to relocate outsourcing to India and for property market analysts looking to understand drivers behind this sustained demand for corporate real estate.



Queensland University of Technology Research Week International Conference


Queensland University of Technology


Brisbane, Qld.

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Queensland University of Technology Research Week International Conference, QUT Research Week 2005 - Conference Proceedings

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