The May 2014 Indian general election was the largest event of its kind in history...814 million people were eligible to vote and 100 million of them were first-time voters. It produced an exceptional result – something that very few had predicted but many had hoped for – the first single-party majority in over 30 years.

Alasdair Spink, Managing Partner of Odgers Berndtson in India writes about the changes that are taking place in India following this general election, and some of the business opportunities that are starting to become available.

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Alasdair Spink

Based in Singapore, Alasdair Spink is a Partner and Head of the Industrial Practice in APAC.With over 20 years of experience in executive search, Alasdair leads on regional level searches and ensur...

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