People in India have a reputation for being hardworking, social, and polite. Many companies like Lottoland India employ thousands of workers just like you because they value those traits. If you’ve ever wanted a job that could take you to other countries, why not see if some of the companies below are hiring? You might be surprised what big names are just around the corner!
Fast-Food Chains (Especially Pizza Hut)
We know everybody has preferences regarding restaurants, so we decided to lump the international restaurant chains in India into one point. If you have a favorite fast-food chain from the United States, it probably has a branch in India. KFC, McDonald’s, Starbucks, and Dunkin’ Donuts are all present on Indian streets. Subway even has all-vegetarian stores!
Special mention, however, has to go to Pizza Hut. Pizza Hut has a habit of altering its Italian-American menu to suit wherever it opens its branches; for example, tuna pizza in Japan. In India, Pizza Hut has Tandoori Paneer, Chicken Tikka Supreme, and Veg Kebab stuffed crust varieties. According to this press release, Pizza Hut has over 500 stores in India, and wants more!
Tech giant Apple has been operating in India for over 20 years but has ironically been behind the times in other regards. Even though they have sold phones, computers, and other devices, India did not have an online app store for Apple until September of 2020. They also included India’s many languages to make staying in touch easier than ever before!
If you’re into cryptocurrency, playing the lotto, or simply like fancy cars, you are probably familiar with the term “Lambo.” The good news for you is that you won’t have to stack import duties on top of the sticker price of an expensive car! Lamborghini has three dealer locations in Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru. If you’re working hard for the money, show it off!
The cosmetics brand Maybelline has trotted the globe. After starting in Chicago in 1914, it changed its HQ to New York and is currently owned by L’Oréal in France. It has been in India since 1998. The international brand has adapted well to India. Its 3D face-modeling technology lets you preview your makeup before you buy and frequently appears on Indian beauty blogs.
Disney India has been around since 2004. In 2019, Disney’s purchase of Fox also allowed them access to HotStar, India’s #1 streaming service. This made Disney+ the most widespread streaming service in all of India! According to Forbes, Disney streams India’s cricket matches. That alone attracts a massive audience of 18.6 million users!
But there’s another reason for India to be excited about Disney’s attention. There’s a sensation that Hollywood is running out of ideas. Whether this is true or not, it seems like a good time for something new. With Disney increasingly eying India, entertainment blogs like Collider wonder if the next Disney princess might be Indian. If you’ve ever dreamt of telling an Indian story with the biggest entertainment company on the planet, now might be the time to pitch your idea. They might be receptive to a story that can appeal to one of their biggest audiences!
International companies have recognized the power of India’s workforce for decades. More recently, the pressure to expand into India has gotten heavier. India has the people that companies want to boost their sales and try something new. Whether it’s about streaming subscribers, creative pizza flavors, or finally getting an online store that supports Devanagari, companies from around the world have started to turn to India. What company will show up in India next? Only time will tell.