Monday, October 13, 2008

'With the rise of oil prices, airlines are in cost-cutting mode'

‘Slowdown will last at least 3-4 quarters more’

Despite the hit that it has taken in the mortgage space (with contribution from mortgage business coming down from 20 per cent to 12 per cent), the Mumbai-based BPO player Adventity is confident that the company is in line with its target of expanding to 8,000 people in the next 12-18 months, from the current 4,500.
Kumar Subramanian, CEO, Adventity, told eWorld in a recent interview that he expects the slowdown to last at least three to four quarters more and companies that do not have capital or staying power will probably sell out to larger players.


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