Global tech major Honeywell is betting big on its 'Electronic Essentials' range to enhance presence in the domestic consumer electronics market.
The range, comprising products like surge protectors, cables, car chargers and adapters, will be priced Rs 399 onwards and will come with a three-year warranty and an easy replacement policy.
"Currently, our B2C presence in India is negligible and people know us more as an enterprise player. With Electronic Essentials, we will significantly enhance our consumer play," Secure Connection CEO Mohit Anand said.
He added that the range will provide better connectivity, operability for consumers' gadgets and a rich and seamless connected experience.
Lightsource bags 50 MW solar project in Maharashtra * Lightsource Renewable Energy today announced that it has been awarded a 50 MW solar project in Maharashtra under the government's solar programme.
This is the maiden solar project secured by the company in India, the company said in a statement.
Commenting on the award, Nick Boyle, Lightsource CEO, said, "We are delighted to be taking the first steps towards our ambitions for investment in India's solar PV market. The government has a huge appetite for solar energy and we believe that Lightsource will contribute significantly towards their targets."
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Coca Cola to train 3,5 lak people in food services * Beverages major Coca Cola today said its retailer capability development arm Coca Cola University will train 3.5 lakh people by December 2017 in the areas of food services, grocery and convenience store retailing.
"Coca Cola University, which runs skill training programs for traditional trade (kirana store) retailers, today announced that it aims to train 350,000 people by December 2017 in the areas of grocery and convenience store retailing and in food services," Coca Cola said in a statement.
Coca Cola said the training module will be a mix of classroom training and in the Coca Cola University (CCU) bus called "Coca-Cola University on Wheels".
The training module will focus on the owners and employers at dhabas and other small food service outlets and street food vendors, mostly in the unorganised sector.
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