From 1 to 27K workers in 10 years, Dell set to hire more in India says Michael Dell
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Terming India as a great growth story for it, global computing giant Dell has said it would further expand its operations and headcount in the country, where it has grown from one person to about 27,000-strong workforce in about a decade.
"India has been a great growth story for Dell. We have quite a large presence there and I personally visit the country few times a year. We have a great team there and about 27,000 people," the company's global chief Michael Dell said.
Dell, who was here for the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, said the company's plant (in Chennai) and the operations and staff size in the country would continue to expand as per the size of the business.
"If business gets bigger we would expand our operations. When we started in India, we had one person and then we had one thousand, then we went on to ten thousand and today we have 27,000 people working for us there," Dell said when asked about the company's expansion plans for India.
Refusing to put any figures to the company's hiring or other expansion plans for the country, Dell said that the company has never given any estimates and still it has grown from one person to 27,000 people. "All this has been through our natural progression in the country that would continue going ahead," he said.
"What is impressive about India is that you have an enormous population of very well educated young people and we love the talent that is available in India, so we are going to keep growing in India.
"We have grown from one person to 27,000 staff without giving estimates and we are still growing continuously and that would continue. One thing you can be assured of is that We will certainly continue to expand our operations in India," Dell added.
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