A recent survey shows that the Indian-born population in the United States has grown to 8.9 million, and that Indians account for just over 10% of the total population.
The number of Indians living in the US has increased by 7% over the past 10 years.
And that’s not even counting the recent addition of several Indian companies.
Here’s a look at the top Indian companies by US market cap, with some of the reasons why they make the list.1.
Indian startups, real estate, education and technologyThe number of Indian startups is growing at an incredible rate, with an average of 7,000 per month, according to a report from Techcrunch.
According to the report, the Indian startup ecosystem is becoming more internationalized as more companies take on more roles in the global marketplace.
Real estate India’s real estate market is growing fast, and Indian startups are taking part in the real estate businessThe real estate industry in India has been a key player in the country’s growth over the last decade.
The industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in India, and the number of new real estate projects is projected to reach 1.3 million by 2021, according the countrys National Real Estate Board.
Indian education and tech Indian education companies are growing rapidly.
According the Education and Technology Infrastructure Bank (ETIB), Indian companies invested more than US$1 billion in the sector in 2017.
Indian colleges Indian colleges are becoming a key driver of growth in the Indian education sector.
According ETIB, the number and share of Indian-headquartered Indian colleges in India grew by a staggering 23.7% in 2016-17, compared to 15.2% in 2015-16.
The proportion of Indian students attending Indian universities is also on the rise, and students from the country are more likely to study in the UK and US. 5.
Indian healthcare Indian hospitals are being ranked highly by international rankingsIndia is now ranked fifth in the world for healthcare in terms of efficiency and cost per person, with India’s healthcare spending on healthcare as a percentage of gross domestic product (GDP) growing from 12.5% in 2000 to 20.1% in 2020.
But the real growth story is in the healthcare sector.
India’s health sector has grown at a pace of 3.3% per year over the decade, according ETIB.
Indian real estate Indian realtors are increasingly active in the housing sector.
According to a 2017 survey by real estate research company Redfin, the average number of properties in India is over 7,600, and in the next five years, the country will be over 9,000.
The real estate sector in India’s cities is also experiencing strong growth.
Indian universities The Indian universities are on the verge of a major push to attract students from across the world.
According a 2017 report from the International Centre for Studies in Education and Training, the proportion of students from Indian universities studying in the developed world increased by a whopping 22.7%.
Indian schools In the coming decades, Indian schools will become a major source of employment for Indian citizens.
According one study, the total number of students studying in India will reach 5.8 million by 2022, which is almost three times the number currently studying in developed countries.
Indian tech India has one of world’s largest and fastest growing tech companies.
The IT sector in the past few years has experienced tremendous growth, with a total of nearly 3,000 tech companies in India in 2017, according TOI.
The country is also one of India’s fastest growing markets for startups, and is now the second-fastest growing in the region after China.
Indian-based real estate In the past two years, India has added over 30,000 properties in the cities.
According TOI, Indian realty companies have accounted for nearly 10% or US$8.5 billion of the value of the real property market in the last five years.
Indian companies In recent years, there has been significant growth in Indian-founded companies in tech, realty, media, financial services and healthcare.
According To The National Council of Applied Economic Research, India’s tech and media sectors have grown from around 6% of all Indian businesses in 2009 to almost 21% in 2021.