'The Pitch', a one of its kind show in India that invites India's best entrepreneurs to a contest of skills and business plans, to walk away with a cool Rs. 5 Crore to take their business idea to the next level.
After grueling thirteen weeks on The Pitch, it is finally the day when one contestant takes away the seed fund of up to Five Crore rupees for their budding venture. But the battle is not easy, especially when it is the Grand Finale. What does the jury have in store on this episode? Who will take away the glory this season on Bloomberg TV India’s The Pitch?
With only three contestants left in the competition, the difficulty level of the semi inal task has been raised. In this week's task, the final three have to take the art of selling to a new level by persuading customers to buy a Hyundai Verna in shortest span using their best possible tactics. Who do you think make their way to this season' Finale of Bloomberg TV India's biggest reality show, The Pitch?
This week, our jury at The Pitch along with Marketing Guru and Humanitarian, Ingrid Srinath has decided to test the finalists with their capability to create a social media marketing campaign for a social cause. Who do you think will come with an excellent marketing plan and who will have to bid a farewell? Find out on this episode of Bloomberg TV India’s The Pitch.
This week has a few surprises in store. The finalists on their journey to fetch the seed fund have been asked to create a 360 degree marketing plan for an air conditioner by the jury along with brand building mastermind Rajeev Karwal. This is not all, there is another surprise lined up for the finalists. To find out, watch this episode of Bloomberg TV India’s The Pitch.
On this week’s episode of Bloomberg TV India’s The Pitch, the jury along with Sunil Alagh has chalked out an exciting task for the final five contestants. The budding entrepreneurs have five minutes to convince students from an entrepreneurship cell with their business idea. Who do you think is successful in persuading the crowd to gather votes and who bids adieu? Find out on this episode of The Pitch.
On this episode, the jury including Alok Kejriwal and retail expert, B.S. Nagesh test the final six with their skill of the long lost art in business- barter system. How difficult will it be selling a normal umbrella not for moolah but a new product on the whole? Who will ace this art and who will have to bid farewell? Watch it yourself in this exciting episode of The Pitch.
This week on The Pitch, the jury- including Alok Kejriwal & Ad Guru Piyush Pandey; test the contests on creativity. The entrepreneurs are divided in two teams and are given the task to create a TV commercial. With just three hours to strategize, edit and shoot a TV commercial, which team will manage to impress the jury? And who’ll be heading home?
In this week’s episode of Bloomberg TV India’s The Pitch, the jury - including Alok ‘Rodinhood’ Kejriwal and K. V. Srinivasan of Reliance Commercial Finance - has something unusual in store. The eight finalists are paired into four teams to perform the task of pitch and rebuttal against each other. With the level of cross questioning and analysis going high, which finalist fails to live up to the jury’s expectations?
The nine finalists form three teams to perform a task where the criterion is to innovate, create and sell. But that is not all; this task comes with a whole new set of complexities added by the guest jury Sunil Alagh, the man behind SKA Advisors. Which finalist performs to their best potential and who fails to impress the jury with their invention? Watch this episode of The Pitch to find it yourself!
The 10 finalists of 'The Pitch' come face to face with their first task in this episode. Split into teams of five, the finalists must use their business acumen to sell luxury lifestyle products like hand washes & soaps in a mall. Watch this episode to see how they fare and who gets eliminated.
ION EXCHANGE: Q1FY18 REVIEW
Net Profit at Rs 7.3 Cr Vs Rs 8.1 Cr
Total Income at Rs 214 Cr Vs Rs 207 Cr
EBITDA at Rs 17.5 Cr Vs Rs 17.7 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 8.2% Vs 8.6%
EVEREST Q1 FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 0.4% at Rs 378 Cr Vs Rs 376.6 Cr
EBITDA up 29% at Rs 32.1 Cr Vs Rs 24.9 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 8.5% Vs 6.6%
Net Profit up 33% at Rs 22 Cr Vs Rs 17 Cr
SIYARAM SILK MILLS Q1 FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 13% at Rs 320.6 Cr Vs Rs 282.7 Cr
EBITDA up 11% at Rs 33.1Cr Vs Rs 29.9 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 10.3% Vs 10.6%
Net Profit up 26% at Rs 10.4 Cr Vs Rs 8.2 Cr
NESTLE Q1 FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 7% at Rs 2469 Cr Vs Rs 2301 Cr
EBITDA down 3% at Rs 466.6 Cr Vs Rs 482.6 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 18.8% Vs 20.8%
Net Profit up 10% at Rs 263.4 Cr Vs Rs 240.2 Cr
Other Income up 12% at Rs 412.3 Cr Vs Rs 367.5 Cr
MPHASIS: Q1FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 2% at Rs 1535 Cr Vs Rs 1505 Cr
EBITDA down 3.4% at Rs 276 Cr Vs Rs 286 Cr
EBITDA Margin down 100 bps at 17.4% Vs 18.4%
Net Profit up 1.6% at Rs 187 Cr Vs Rs. 184 Cr
RADICO KHAITAN: Q1FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 13.7% at Rs 1375 Cr Vs Rs 1209 Cr
EBITDA up 28% at Rs 67 Cr Vs Rs 52 Cr
EBITDA Margin up 60bps at 4.8% Vs 4.2%
Net Profit up 56% at Rs. 25 Cr Vs Rs. 16 Cr
HCL INFOSYSTEMS : Q1FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales down 16% at Rs 685 Cr Vs Rs 823 Cr
EBITDA Loss at Rs 11 Cr Vs Loss Of Rs 12 Cr
AGRO TECH FOODS : Q1FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales down 2.6% at Rs 187 Cr Vs Rs 192 Cr
EBITDA stable at Rs 14 Cr Vs Rs 14 Cr
EBITDA Margin up 20 bps at 7.4% Vs 7.2%
Net Profit up 12% at Rs. 6.5 Cr Vs Rs. 5.8 Cr
Net Sales down 3.7% at Rs 787.2 Cr Vs Rs 817.4 Cr
EBITDA down 73% at Rs 21.17 Cr Vs Rs 78.95 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 2.6% Vs 9.6%
PAT down 77% at Rs 10.3 Cr Vs Rs 45.6 Cr
ADLABS ENTERTAINMENT Q1 FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 0.7% at Rs 86.78 Cr Vs Rs 86.18 Cr
EBITDA up 6.5% at Rs 32.4 Cr Vs Rs 30.4 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 37.4% Vs 35.3%
Loss at Rs 22.51 Cr Vs loss of Rs 19.22 Cr
L&T FINANCE Q1 FY18 REVIEW
Net Sales up 16% at Rs 2365 Cr Vs Rs 2030 Cr
EBITDA up 8% at Rs 1591Cr Vs Rs 1473 Cr
EBITDA Margin at 67% Vs 72%
Net Profit up 49% at Rs 309 Cr Vs Rs 207 Cr
Van Dyck sells 3.9% Equity/Sh
Warhol sells 9.6% Equity/Sh
Ashish Kacholia brings 1.5% Equity/Sh
Bengal Finance & Investment brings 2.5% Equity/Sh
BNP Paribas Arbitrage brings 0.8% Equity/Sh
IDFC MF brings 0.6% Equity/Sh
Rajasthan Global Sec brings 1.1% Equity/Sh
Chrys Capital sells entire stake in KPIT Technologies
Chrys Capital sold entire 13.8% stake in company on account of fund closure
SHREE RENUKA SUGARS
Shree Renuka Sugars to consider fund raising
Microsoft collaborates with Sonata Software
Axis Bank to announce strategic initiatives
Snapdeal board clears the decks for sale of FreeCharge to Axis Bank
The proposed deal will value FreeCharge at Rs 385 Cr -Rs 390 Cr