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Maruti Suzuki India sales fall for fifth consecutive month, company registers 14 per cent drop in June 2019

By on November 16, 2019

first_imgMaruti Suzuki India today reported a 14 per cent decline in monthly sales to 1,24,708 units during June 2019. In comparison, the figure stood at 1,44,981 units during June 2018. This is the fifth consecutive month when the country’s largest carmaker has seen its sales going down.Barring January 2019, when the sales had risen by a marginal 0.2 per cent, there has been a continuous fall. There was a decline of 0.8 per cent in February 2019, 1.6 per cent in March 2019, 17.2 per cent in April 2019 and 22 per cent in May 2019.Of the 1,24,708 units sold during June 2019, the total domestic sales accounted for 1,14,861 units, while the total export sales stood at 9,847 units. The total domestic sales also include 1,830 units sold to other OEMs.During June 2019, there was a decline of 36.2 per cent in the mini sub-segment to 18,733 units and 12.1 per cent in the compact sub-segment to 62,897 units. However, the mid-size sub-segment witnessed a 47.1 per cent jump in monthly sales to 2,322 units.The mini sub-segment includes Alto and Old WagonR. The compact sub-segment comprises of the all-new third-generation WagonR, Celerio, Ignis, Swift, Baleno and Dzire. The mid-size sub-segment has Ciaz.Coming to the utility vehicles sub-segment, there was a 7.9 per cent drop in monthly sales to 17,797 units during June 2019, while the vans sub-segment registered a 24 per cent drop in sales to 9,265 units.The utility vehicles sub-segment includes Gypsy, Ertiga, Vitara Brezza and S-Cross. The vans sub-segment has Omni and Eeco.The light commercial vehicle category of Maruti Suzuki India witnessed a 24 per cent rise in monthly sales to 2,017 units in June 2019. This section comprises of Super Carry.advertisementFor the quarter ended June 30, 2019, Maruti Suzuki India reported a 17.9 per cent loss in total sales to 4,02,594 units. The company had sold 4,90,479 units during the corresponding quarter of the previous fiscal.ALSO READ | Audi e-tron previewed in India, expected to priced around Rs 1.15 croreALSO READ | MG Hector: 5 reasons why new premium SUV may beat Tata Harrier, Mahindra XUV500, Jeep Compass, Hyundai CretaALSO READ | Jaguar Land Rover India hands over specially prepared Discovery Sport to NGO for relief operationslast_img read more

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SAINTS have announced their squad for Sundays Sto

By on July 31, 2019

first_imgSAINTS have announced their squad for Sunday’s Stobart Super League Round Three trip to Hull KR.Paul Wellens, Jamie Foster and Michael Shenton return but there is no place for Mark Flanagan who is still sidelined with a chest injury.Lee Gaskell also missed out with a leg injury.The squad is:1. Paul Wellens, 2. Ade Gardner, 3. Michael Shenton, 4. Sia Soliola, 5. Francis Meli, 6. Lance Hohaia, 7. Jonny Lomax, 8. Josh Perry, 9. James Roby, 10. Louie McCarthy Scarsbrook, 11. Tony Puletua, 12. Jon Wilkin, 13. Chris Flannery, 14. Anthony Laffranchi, 16. Paul Clough, 17. Gary Wheeler, 19. Andrew Dixon, 21. Tommy Makinson, 22. Jamie Foster.Hull KR:1. Shannon McDonnell, 2. Craig Hall, 3. Kris Welham, 4. Jake Webster, 5. David Hodgson, 8. Joel Clinton, 9. Josh Hodgson, 10. Scott Taylor, 11. Constantine Mika, 13. Rhys Lovegrove, 14. Lincoln Withers, 15. Liam Watts, 16. Jason Netherton, 18. Graeme Horne, 19. Scott Murrell, 20. Jordan Cox, 21. Sam Latus, 22. Scott Wheeldon, 23. Mickey Paea.The game kicks off at 3pm and the referee is Ben ThalerStat Pack:Hull KR have won their last four home Super League meetings with St HelensSaints’ last league win at Craven Park was 40-0 on June 17, 2007 – they also won a Challenge Cup Quarter Final (24-18) on 1 June, 2008.Super League Summary:Hull KR won 5St Helens won 6Hull KR highest score: 28-24 (H, 2010) (Widest margin: 26-10, H, 2009)St Helens highest score: 68-12 (H, 2010) (also widest margin)last_img read more

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Startup Global Philadelphia Arrives at Temple University Fox School of Business

By on July 28, 2019

first_img Last Updated Oct 5, 2017 by Jillian MarkowitzFacebookTwitterLinkedinemail regions: Philadelphia Startup Global Philadelphia Arrives at Temple University Fox School of Business RelatedBuilding Stanford GSB EntrepreneurshipWhen it comes to startups, no metro is hotter than San Francisco. With entrepreneurial spirits higher than ever, the Stanford Graduate School of Business—located on the eastern side of Stanford University’s campus in Palo Alto, California—has made a point to offer plenty of coursework and resources to students hoping to…June 22, 2017In “Featured Home”Gain a Global Edge with These Philadelphia International Business MBAsEvery day, it becomes easier and easier to make connections across the world, building a global network of business and resources that can help to benefit the world. Due to an increasingly global economy, possessing a deep knowledge and understanding of the way global markets work can be a crucial…December 7, 2017In “Featured Home”Five Babson Startups Advance to Final Round of MassChallenge Global Business CompetitionFive startups, launched by either Babson MBA students or alumni, advanced to the final round of MassChallenge, a international business competition designed to support early-stage entrepreneurs. These startups will be accepted into MassChallenge’s 2013 class and spend the next four months drawing on resources provided by MassChallenge, including free office…May 31, 2013In “News”center_img In late September, Temple’s Fox School of Business hosted Startup Global Philadelphia, which provided resources, strategies, and advice for startups that wanted to expand internationally. The panel topics included: tools and strategies to grow internationally; legal considerations for global startups; startups going global; and government partners and community resources.One of the overarching themes of the advice given at the event was: take advantage of resources offered to startups. Both the private and public sectors can offer a multitude of resources to help start ups expand their reach.Export.gov is a resource provided by the Department of Commerce to offer advice and tools meant to help U.S. companies effectively reach global markets. Usman Ahmed, Head of Global Public Policy at PayPal, spoke on a panel, and revealed that PayPal actually has a Global Sellers Program to create versions of company websites specific to different regions. Using cutting targeted marketing techniques, PayPal is able to hone in on exactly which color schemes and verbiage work in various locales. It is also essential that startup companies looking to go global utilize the professionals who specialize in protecting ideas, such as advisors and lawyers.“You have to protect [your idea] before you go anywhere. Eighty-six percent of SMEs and independent inventors did no know that their United States trademark of patent would not be protected overseas,” said attorney-advisor at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Benjamin Hardman.Another theme of the event was: utilize your own knowledge base. Temple student Nigel Satenstein told the origin story of his startup, Pinpointer, which exists to help people without clear addresses benefit from eCommerce.According to Satenstein, “It all started one day late last summer when I got a call from one of my best childhood friends. He started telling me about his roommate, Sam, who was born and raised in Kathmandu, Nepal, and to this day still down not have a home address.” This story prompted Satenstein and his friends to build a tool that would account for this gap, and because they had personal knowledge of Kathmandu, then chose to start by using the technology there.The free annual event took place at Temple’s Alter Hall, on 1801 Liacouras Walk.Startup Global Philadelphia is a collaboration between the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Global Innovation Forum. About the AuthorJillian MarkowitzView more posts by Jillian Markowitz last_img read more

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