Mr. Vijay Swaminathan,

Co-Founder & CEO

Human Capital at the Crossroads: Leveraging India for Global Talent Resilience

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The Indian IT industry contributes around 8% of the country’s GDP today. With strategic planning, we have the potential to double this in the next 3 to 5 years.

India has shown significant resilience in learning new skills. However, the rural Indian talent is largely untapped. We have mapped about 50 global cities where Rural Indian Engineering talent is growing and thriving (Engineers who started and studied in small towns/villages in India).

However, the rural Indian talent is largely untapped. We have mapped about 50 global cities where Rural Indian Engineering talent is growing and thriving. We have also developed a skills opportunity map by mapping common skills that India can develop and dominate.

Tapping into rural talent, sending better messages about the Indian university system, and focusing on reskilling are some of the ways to get there.

Some of the Key Topics covered include:

  • Macro tech trends influencing the tech talent ecosystem
  • Impact of the widening talent gap in developed economies
  • Strategies to bridge the talent gap in emerging & traditional tech roles
  • Augmenting your workforce with Role Commoditization
  • Organic reskilling initiatives and how to leverage them for maximum advantage
  • Optimal strategies to tap into India's massive early-career talent pool.

Mr. Ishtjot Singh,

Senior Consultant, Draup

Innovative Talent Sourcing Strategies – A Multi-Channel Approach

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As the war for skilled & diverse talent intensifies, HR executives are struggling to keep up with the talent demand for emerging skillsets. Rapid digitization and new-age startups are only amplifying the war for skilled talent.

India's current tech talent gap is alarmingly large (1 Mn+) and is expected to grow 3X by 2026. This effectively means that traditional recruitment strategies will no longer work, and HR executives must expand their arsenal of intelligent talent management strategies.

A talent-rich country like India presents innumerable opportunities to transform your talent pipeline and deflect the potential impact of the oncoming talent shortage.

Some of the Key Topics covered include:

  • Understanding India’s current talent supply
  • Tech talent distribution across the country
  • Growth trends in the Indian Tech talent ecosystem
  • Existing demand-supply gap in the Tech talent ecosystem
  • Emergence of the Indian start-up ecosystem
  • Draup’s Job-Role Commoditization Model for developing robust hiring plans in T2/T3 cities.

    Time

    Event Date & Time

    21 July 2022

    Location

    Event Location

    Sheraton Grand Bengaluru Whitefield

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