1. Offshoring Industry
With business operations being performed in India and the outsourced company charging in dollars, the industry will gain massive profits from the value gap between dollars and INR.
2. Consulting and Analytics Firms
Several consulting firms operating from India provide services to global businesses. Though the operations of these companies are based out of India, they charge in dollars. Consequently, these firms are bound to leverage the decline in the rupee.
3. IT Engineers – GIG
There has been a substantial increase in the talent percentage of IT engineers, specifically in the gig economy of India. IT personnel who run their operations from India are under the payroll of global centers; earning in dollars, they are expected to leverage the high dollar value.
4. GIC: Senior HC on Global Payroll
The significant expansion of offshoring industries and GIC sectors across India has enabled a practice wherein various senior management personnel are in India but are under the global payroll. This group of people will remarkably benefit from rupee depreciation.
5. Talent Employed in Export Industry
With an increase in the value of the dollar regarding the Indian rupee, people employed in the export sector would unquestionably benefit. As the inward flow of money will be in dollars, the export industry will experience a boom in profit margins.
With platforms such as Fiverr, Upwork, Kimp, etc., it has become easier for global businesses to connect with talent all over the world. The massive gap between dollar value and the Indian rupee will benefit the segment of graphic designers, content writers, and academicians who work remotely but earn in dollars.
7. Electronic Data Publishers (Global Products)
With a growing demand for electronic data publishing, numerous foreign-based publishers find it lucrative to get their requirements fulfilled from India. As a result, India-based electronic data publishers providing services in the global market are set to profit from the sliding value of the rupee.