Industrial Hotspot

Pune is the epicentre of large industrial clusters like Talegaon, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Bhosari, Ranjangaon, Chakan, etc. The township of Pimpri-Chinchwad is dotted with over 4,000 manufacturing units. There are 400 multinational companies in the city. Pune is also the largest hub in India for German companies. According to the Indo-German Chamber of Commerce, over 225 German companies have set up their businesses here. Being located on the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) has lately propelled the industrial activity to greater heights.

Automotive Hub

Pune is one of the most important automotive hubs in India, with domestic and international giants manufacturing here, including Bajaj Auto, Tata Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra, Force Motors, Volkswagen, Daimler Benz, Jaguar Land Rover, Renault and MTU FN. Several automotive component manufacturers like TATA Autocomp Systems, Robert Bosch GmbH, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Visteon and Continental AG are located here. The Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) which is responsible for the homologation of all vehicles available in India, is based in Pune.

Development Establishments

As a significant military base ever since British Raj, Pune has national defence research laboratories and manufacturing units like the Defence Research & Development Organization (DRDO) and Armament Research & Development Establishment. The city is thus a fertile business ground for defence equipment manufacturers and suppliers.

Education Hub

Thousands of students from all over the world come to Pune for a large variety of academic courses. A large number of reputed educational institutes has earned it the name ‘Oxford of the East’. The history of pioneering educational institutions in Pune dates back to 1800s when The College of Engineering Pune and Fergusson College were established. Pune is also famous for institutes of national repute like National Defence Academy, Film and Television Institute of India, Symbiosis International University, ILS Law College and Armed Forces Medical College.

IT Hub

Pune is a leading IT destination with all major IT and software companies such as Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys, Amdocs, KPIT, Cognizant, Accenture, Persistent Systems, IBM, Wipro, and Symentec having a base in Pune. The IT hubs of Pune are located in different corners of the city such as Hinjawadi, Hadapsar and Pimpri-Chinchwad, Kalyani Nagar and Nagar Road with significant local, national and international IT companies dotted across the city.

Cultural Capital

Pune is popularly hailed as the cultural capital of Maharashtra. There are numerous theatre groups, classical music and dance troupes, poets, authors, prominent artists, filmmakers and actors in Pune. Pune’s culture reflects a beautiful harmony of traditional India and Western arts, music, dance and lifestyle. Pune’s cosmopolitan society and rich social infrastructure comprising multiplexes, malls, night clubs, restaurants, sporting zones and outdoor adventure gives the city an ever lively aura.

Pleasant Climate

Nestled on a plateau surrounded by hills, Pune has a moderate climate. The city experiences three seasons – summer, monsoon and winter. The absence of humidity keeps the discomfort level low even during the summer heat. The pleasant climate makes it a lovely place to live and work. No doubt, Pune is a top pick for expatriate population.

Located in India’s leading Industrial State

Pune is located in Maharashtra, one of the most industrialised states in India with exclusive government backed provisions for industrial development.

  • One of India’s most urbanized states.
  • Top GDP contributor with 14% of National GDP.
  • Leading state in attracting industrial investments – 18% of India’s domestic projects.
  • India’s foreign direct investments is 23%.
  • Per capita income of Euro 1075 – Second highest in the country.
  • Accounts for 18.4% of India’s industrial output & 27% of exports.
  • Business-friendly government.
  • Large cosmopolitan population and availability of skilled, unskilled, technical and non-technical staff.