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The Mahindra Blues Festival is back!


The Mahindra Blues Festival is not just another music festival.
It’s a cultural movement.
And it’s back, this February, ‘Celebrating the women in blues’.
Here is your chance to secure a special Mahindra Employee ticket at a discount!
Link to book the tickets will open on Monday (December 18) at 11:00am.
So, keep an eye on your mailbox for an email offering discounted tickets for employees for the Mahindra Blues Festival!


Tech Mahindra launches Navixus


Tech Mahindra has introduced Navixus, a new business unit within Tech Mahindra Business Process Services (BPS). Navixus integrates Tech M’s automation, analytics, and consulting with Eventus’ customer experience (CX) and transformation capabilities, providing a comprehensive digital transformation suite. Its offerings include consulting, operational excellence, intelligent automation, generative artificial intelligence, and CX technologies. Recognising challenges faced by companies undergoing digital and AI transformations, Navixus assists businesses in navigating issues related to customer expectations across industries. Read more

M&M Ltd. overall auto sales for November 2023


Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. (M&M Ltd.) reported a robust growth of 21% in overall auto sales for Nov 2023, reaching 70,576 vehicles, including exports. In the utility vehicles segment, domestic sales surged by 32% to 39,981 vehicles, and overall, 40,764 vehicles, including exports. The domestic sales for commercial vehicles stood at 22,211 units. Veejay Nakra, President, Automotive Division, attributed the growth to a strong demand for M&M’s SUV portfolio. Read more

Mahindra’s Farm Equipment Sector tractor sales for November 2023


In November 2023, domestic tractor sales reached 31,069 units, a 6% growth from November 2022. Total tractor sales (Domestic + Exports) for the month were 32,074 units, compared to 30,528 units last year. Exports accounted for 1,005 units. Hemant Sikka, President, Farm Equipment Sector, attributed the growth to high demand during the festive season, supported by favourable terms of trade for farmers and strong retail performance during Dhanteras and Diwali. He also highlighted that rural spending by the Government and progress in Rabi sowing were factors to watch out for. Read more

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