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Facilities Management Services Market – Facilities Management Services Market India
March 2012

Executive Summary
Introduction
 Facility Management services imply the use of a third‐party service provider to maintain part of the building facility or outsourcing the management to an organization that executes this service professionally  It includes hard services and soft services and has application in retail and shopping malls, hotels, hospitals, banks, corporate houses, IT and ITES companies, manufacturing firms and others  Facilities management services market in India was valued at INR c bn in 20‐‐ and is slated to grow to INR a bn in 20‐‐, at a CAGR of b%  It is a highly fragmented industry with few organized players and mostly unorganized small operators  Consistent economic growth has led to a booming real estate sector in India, which will strongly drive the g growth of this market in the near future

Market

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Challenges
– Shortage of manpower – Large unorganized segment

Drivers & Challenges g

– Boom in real estate – Rise in infrastructural development – Growth in retail sector – Growth of hospitality sector – Improving healthcare scenario  Evolving project management and general contracting services  Development of facilities management training and education Development of facilities management training and education  Investments and M&A activity in facilities management sector Major Players

Trends

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Player 2 Player 5

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•Introduction t oduct o •Market Overview •Drivers & Challenges •Drivers & Challenges •Trends •Competition •Strategic Recommendations •Appendix

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