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Indian brand that needs to make a comeback

Year Established: 2001

Headquarters: Mumbai, India

Parent: iBall Worldwide

Our Findings

Be it a laptop, router, mouse, USB drive, mobile phones or speakers – iBall had a significant presence in India over the last decade. However, like most low budget electronics manufacturers, iBall too is dependent on China for its resources because when it comes to localisation, China has the cost advantage. Little is known about this company’s future plans, but it’d be safe to assume that it would try to take advantage of its Indian roots for creating better products.



Investor Information


Chinese Presence in Top Management: no

Nationality of Chairman/CEO: Indian

Nationality of Top 3 Shareholders: Indian

Indian Alternatives


Foreign Alternatives

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