Varco Showcase
Training Programs
Training Programs
Varco Showcase
We are a Strategic Engagement Company

We work across industries and are driven by opportunity, for us and our universe of clients and partners, who lie in the spectrum of early stage, mature businesses and governments.

All organizations or businesses, regardless of sector, strategy, scale, are confronted with universal challenges which reflect the constant change and complexity impacting their governance and sustainable growth.

We recognize this.

As you deal with these challenges, we walk with you as partners and collaborators to successfully navigate the journey.

Sectors We Engage With


80% of the 80M workforce is in the emerging markets: 10% countries generate 80%...

80% of the 80M workforce is in the emerging markets: 10% countries generate 80% of the globalGDP. Skill shortages have risen by over 25% in recent years.

We need a 3.5 B global workforce by 2030 and over 400 M in India in this decade. With this skills-scarcity it is hard for business to find talent pools with the skills needed to hire, retain and train the work force to deliver the competitive advantage.

A related challenge the world faces is in standards adopted and operated with by different economies and treaty regions. For the world to be a common market, common standards are-critical.

Likewise, policy initiatives and the implementation responsibilities will be shared by various bodiesand stakeholders to build and sustain the momentum to skill people, to meet the capacity needs.Intrinsic to this is the entire availability and framework of the state of Education in economic regions.


The global Healthcare market is about 10% of global GDP with a CAGR of 5%...

Now recognized as a key driver of economic growth, Globally the industry creates over 260 million jobs, with 9.5% of Global GDP.

In India, capital investment and M & A activity notwithstanding, the structural challenges for growth,new segments, quality of management, operational excellence, governance, value creation and-leverage of new brands, continue to reflect the priorities.

The hospitality industry was amongst the earliest to promote the opportunity and practice of global-branding in the global services space.

India has a great opportunity with about a 15% CAGR, trends and outlook. The opportunity lies in meeting the aspirations of customers at the wider end of the market. Availability and delivery of-access to a consistent quality experience will feed this growth. The upside is the growing scale of domestic demand.


Now recognized as a key driver of economic growth, globally the industry creates...

The global Healthcare market is about 10% of global GDP with a CAGR of 5%. The top issues:

● Ageing population and chronic diseases ● Cost and quality ●Access to care ● Technology Investment In India our spend on HealthCare is a low 4%. The sector is constrained by lack of investments,talent, supportive policies, the insured universe and others. One way forward for scalability is the enhanced use of customer inclusive technology wrapped with services for both preventive and postoperative care.

It is a deeply strategic sector which has long cycle times for research, investment and returns.Amongst the most stable sectors for its potential not only to grow but to spawn multiple business-areas and models in: ● Diagnostics ● Devices ● Drugs ● Delivery


Services with all the sub sectors within it, has a global share of over 63%...

Services with all the sub sectors within it, has a global share of over 63%. It is an engine of inclusive growth.

In India the share is just under 60% but importantly the CAGR is 8.5%. The global capital flows are amongst the highest for the services sector. The overall employment scope and the opportunity to-increase per capita income is very attractive here.


It is the bedrock of progress. The other sectors are either derived or serve into...

It is the bedrock of progress. The other sectors are either derived or serve into and around the industrial sector.There has been a revival with key developed markets holding their own and capacity utilization goingup or being added, employment rates going up. Long term expansion strategies are afoot.

India is jostling for global space with Defence, Aerospace, Auto-mobiles, Mining, Engineering-equipment getting both regulatory and investor attention. Implementation, talent, distribution,digitization issues will need resolution along the way to achieve optimal prosperity.

The global challenges for the near to mid-term will be around the core sector industries which are-facing a downturn due to weak commodity markets. Slide in revenues and market cap, workforce redundancy, technology obsolescence, foreign exchange reserves are a mix of interrelated factors impacting countries and economic regions, by the weakened demand..


This is probably the one sector that will continue to embrace innovation...

This is probably the one sector that will continue to embrace innovation with the most conspicuouschanges to redefining the product, consumer, choice, channel, intermediary and value connotations.Retail sales worldwide (see eMarketer)—including both in-store and internet purchases—is $22.492trillion in 2014. The global retail market will see steady growth over the next few years, and in 2018,worldwide retail sales will increase 5.5% to reach $28.300 trillion.

eCommerce accounts for about 6% of the total retail market worldwide in 2014, or $1.316 trillion. By 2018, that share will increase significantly to 8.8%, yet retail e-commerce will still account for just a fraction of in-store purchases even as it nears $2.5 trillion by the end of our forecast.

In India the share of eCommerce as a % of the total Retail Sales is under 2%. Similarly countries like UK, China, US, South Korea, Germany, Norway, Denmark around have a share of above 10%. The eCommerce space in India has much headroom owing to several enabling factors in support of growth.


Arguably the most essential resource to economic direction is the production...

Argubaly, the most essential resource to economic direction is the production and consumption of energy.Over 200 years we have transitioned from an Agricultural society to an Industrial society and now to a technological society. The last 20 years of the 20 th century witnessed defining research andchanges in a technological direction in production and management of Energy.

We are perhaps now in the middle of a three decade period which may hopefully offer the start of altering the nature of energy production and consumption.

The present distribution of energy producing sources and consuming centres are changing. This may alter the regional flow of investments. Fluctuating Oil prices will have a deep economic impact on producing and consuming regional economies.

It is abundantly indicative that the research and innovation around energy saving technologies-across industries will give rise to higher new product introductions and improvements, than before-in the way energy is produced, distributed, managed and consumed.

If we look closer at the Power and Utilities industry there are positive competitive trends in-performance changes in these areas:● Computing power ● Data storage ● Bandwidth utilizationThe IOT (Internet of Things) is hinged to this and will influence the design and impact of IOT.


The Financial Services industry may see higher disruptive innovation in the mid-term...

The Financial Services industry may see higher disruptive innovation in the mid-term. This will provide new challenges that executives need to stay ahead of. These will range from Fin-Tech, IOT(The Internet of Things), Cyber Risk and changing demographics of wealth.Growth rates, Fund flows, Investment and exit opportunities, Geo politics, Producing and consuming-countries, savings rates, interest rates, security and insurance penetrations, micro finance are only-some of the myriad factors determining this most complex sector.

The sector will continue to look at Analytic, Disruptive opportunities, enriched customer experiences key areas to lead growth and consolidation.

The number of banking and non-banking companies and models are set to rise particularly in the-emerging and undeserved markets.

There will be increasing linkages in the global markets with companies entering newer markets.Reform programs in countries will allow for new paradigms of opportunities. The challenges will be-around sustainability, growth and profitability.

The Insurance sector in all the emerging markets has very low penetration. In India it is under 3%.This is a sector awaiting reform, infrastructure, change in customer behaviour, products to move up the adopting and penetration rates. It can be a substantial role player for change in quality of life,business and asset security and employment


Globally SMB’s (Small and Medium Businesses) account for over 95%...

Globally SMB’s ( Small and Medium Businesses) account for over 95% of firms and 60%-70% of employment and generate a large share of new jobs in OECD economies.SMEs are responsible for introducing most of today’s products and services on the markets and are typically much better at identifying and adopting new trends than larger, established corporations.World over, the SMB sector is a vital engine of innovation and job creation. Appreciating the real challenges and opportunities shaping the future of SMEs, is therefore a matter of the highest importance. Frankly Small business are – big business. They are a structurally less complicated and more efficient and flexible than large firms.

While SMEs make a huge impact on income, employment and wider economic output, their fortunes-are disproportionately affected by every financial crisis. SME’s are cause to job creation as much as-significant factor in job destruction. An EU estimate referred to the fact that as few as 50 % of firms-that started trading in 2001 survived beyond five years.

There is no magic formula for ensuring there is a thriving global SME community – but the expanded-use of International Standards can foster entrepreneurship and help small businesses compete on an-equal footing. And when they do, we can look forward to a new economic map emerging, where smaller businesses play a big role in shaping the world – at last.

Our Partners

Our Purpose

  • Our purpose is to create lasting value for our clients. It may be by enabling sustainable change within your organization or by creating a competitive edge. The interventions may be strategic or operational.

  • They may be turnkey or a as a long term partner. Our commitment remains the same.We draw satisfaction when we engage in projects which result in discovery and enduring results.

  • We work with you to arrive at business, operational or people insights to be acted on and then help deliver on them in our capability areas.We prefer to build long term partnerships which may start small but lead to a deep and enduring collaboration for your internal or business processes. We are committed to do the right thing for our clients, our communities and our people.

We'd like to hear from you about