For companies operating in select industries, we have industry specific practices at Talent Mappers.  We are passionate and committed to research, coupled with the comprehensive market intelligence, enables us in serving a wide range of industry verticals. Our consultants possess specific domain knowledge, who work as dynamic practice groups with dedicated research.

We cater to the following Industry Verticals:

Information Technology
Over the past decade, the Information Technology industry has become one of the fastest growing industries in India, propelled by exports. The industry accounted for more than a 25% of India’s services exports in 2008-09. The key segments that have contributed significantly (96% of total) to the industry’s exports include – Software and IT services and IT enabled services i.e. business services. Over a period of time, India has established itself as a preferred global sourcing base in these segments and they are expected to continue to fuel growth in the future.

The phenomenal growth witnessed in the last five years had brought about a lot practices in the recruitment scenario which needed to be corrected, and the changes have done exactly that. Attrition levels have slowed down and the methodology of benching candidates is being questioned.  Campus recruitment is still going on and so is specialist recruitment.  

Although IT jobs in many industries and the financial sector have been affected, there are a few sectors which offer many job opportunities. “Despite the slowdown, IT remains one of the 25 fastest growing industries. Companies over the next decade will continue to install sophisticated computer networks, set up Internet and intranet sites and engage in e-commerce. This should all lead to the continued employment expansion as indicated, even in a downturn economy and at Talent Mappers we continue to support out clients in their manpower planning & acquisition.

Application Programming I Systems and Embedded I Telecom Software I Networking protocol development  I ERP- CRM  I Networking and Systems Support /DBA /Data warehousing I QA and Testing

Telecom & Communication –
Although India's tele-density has improved from under 4% in March 2001 to over 36% by the end of March 2009. Cellular telephony has emerged as the fastest growing segment in the Indian telecom industry.
The recruitment team at Talent Mappers has an extra edge in understanding the telecom industry, technologies and methodologies used as well as market dynamics. Thus Talent Mappers has been instrumental in helping large multinationals, mid size companies as well as start ups in fulfilling the manpower needs.

Telecommunications | Digital Business and Software | Systems and Services | Semiconductors I Telecom Infrastructure I

Banking, Financial Services, Insurance (BFSI)

The BFSI Industry globally has been outperforming the general economy today. With the dual trends of globalization and cross industry consolidation, there has been a significant complexity in the operations through a wide range of financial services and solutions under one roof. With a final aim to manage these two trends in a manner which utilizes the best of Manpower across the globe, BFSI world, as a separate entity has been created.

We at Talent Mappers have a vast database and network to help our clients get the best talent matching their requirement. We provide ‘out of the box’ recruitment solutions to our clients.

Wealth Management  |  Retail Financial Services | Investment Banking | Insurance | Private Capital | Risk Management | Fin Tech | Infrastructure

FMCG & Consumer Durable –
The Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry in India is one of the largest sectors in the country and over the years has been growing at a very steady pace. The Indian FMCG sector having a market size of US$13.1 billion is the fourth largest sector in the economy. The sector consists of consumer non-durable products which broadly consists, personal care, household care and food & beverages. The Indian FMCG industry is largely classified as organized and unorganized. This sector is also buoyed by intense competition. Besides competition, FMCG industry is also marked by a robust distribution network coupled with increasing influx of MNCs across the entire value chain.
Now gradually people are shifting to processed and packaged food and the figures are expected to 200 million people by 2010. This left India with the requirement of US $28 million in the food processing Industry. Thus, Talent Mappers would help our clients to meet up to the recruitment requirement.

Consumer Electronics and Durables | Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) | Hospitality and Leisure | Media and Entertainment | Retail, Apparel and Luxury Goods | Sports Business | Chief Marketing Officer

Life Science /Health Care  - 

India’s pharmaceutical industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the Indian economy with the growth rate (CAGR) of 11.9% during 2004-2009. The industry has emerged as one of the strongest and most successful examples of knowledge-based industries in the world and it has made tremendous progress in terms of development of technology, products and infrastructure. Its large pool of skilled technical workforce, low production costs and government support has enabled its transformation from an import-dependent country to a major exporting country. The Indian pharmaceutical industry ranks fourth in the world in terms of volume with 8 %global share and fourteenth in terms of value 1.9 % global share.

This practice has niche yet critical requirement which we thoroughly understand and partner with clients to deliver on them with complete comfort and ease.

Pharmaceuticals |  Biotechnology  | Generics  |  Medical Devices  |  Diagnostics | Healthcare Services | Healthcare Informatics | Consumer Health

Automobiles –
Until the mid-1990s, automobile industry in India consisted of just a handful of local companies with small capacities and obsolete technologies. Nevertheless, after the sector was thrown open to foreign direct investment in 1996, some of the global majors moved in.

Today, the automobile industry in India is the 9th largest in the world with an annual production of over 2.3 million units in 2008. In 2009, India emerged as Asia's 4th largest exporter of automobiles, behind Japan, South Korea and Thailand. As the automobile industry has matured over the past decade, the auto components industry has also grown at a rapid pace and is fast achieving global competitiveness both in terms of cost and quality.

Most job vacancies in the above automobile companies are in operations, information technology, corporate management, human resources, production, body shop, maintenance, mechanical engineering, sales and service, marketing, finance, customer care, forging, cnc, design, etc.

Industrial & Manufacturing –
According to a UNIDO analysis based on 2007 figures mentioned in the International Yearbook of Industrial Statistics 2009, India ranks among the top 12 producers of manufacturing value added (MVA). In textiles, the country is ranked fourth after China, USA and Italy, while in electrical machinery and apparatus, it is ranked fifth. It holds sixth position in the basic metals category; seventh in chemicals and chemical products; 10th in leather, leather products, refined petroleum products and nuclear fuel; twelfth in machinery and equipment and motor vehicles.

The rapid growth of the Indian economy is likely to make India the fifth largest consumer market in the world by 2025 from twelfth in 2005, according to a study by McKinsey Global Institute. Aggregate Indian consumer spending is likewise estimated to more than quadruple to approximately US$ 1.5 trillion by 2025, on the back of a ten-fold increase in middle class population and a three-fold jump in household income. The manufacturing sector is estimated to have a US$ 180-billion investment opportunity over the next five years, according to the Investment Commission of India.
Our senior consultants at Talent Mappers come from the manufacturing background, hence having an extra edge to understand the industry as well as the client requirements and delivering on it with the earliest TAT (turn around time)

Aerospace and Defense | Automotive and Transport | Building Materials | Chemicals and Process Industries | Energy and Clean Tech | Engineering and Construction | Machinery and Automation | Mining and Metals


The services sector has been at the forefront of the rapid growth of the Indian economy, contributing nearly 63 per cent of the GDP in 2007-08. The sector has come to play an increasingly dominant role in the economy accounting for 59.6 per cent of the overall average growth in GDP in the last eight years between 2000-01 and 2007-08. As per the Central Statistical Organization, the services sector has continued to grow in the second quarter of 2009-10. Trade, hotels, transport and communication grew 8.5 per cent in July-September 2009 from a year earlier. Financing, insurance, real estate and business services grew at 7.7 per cent in July-September, 2009 from a year earlier. Community, social and personal services grew at 12.7 per cent in July-September, 2009 from a year earlier.

We cater to the recruitment needs of the companies across service verticals which include fortune 500 companies to source their high caliber talent through our in depth understanding of the talent acquisition requirement.


Framing and maintaining the rules and regulations for society at large; for business houses as well as public in general, law is the way a society regulates its behavior. The legal industry is a growing at a fast pace with Legal Process Outsourcing (LPO) as a latest buzz word. The India revenues from legal services off shoring are slated to grow from $146 million for the calendar year 2006 to reach $640 million by end 2010. The industry employed around 7,500 people in the legal off shoring space in India as of end 2006. The number of employees is expected to reach 32,000 by end 2010.

At Talent Mappers, we furnish in-depth personalized service, providing the industry experts to our clients by recruiting a diverse array of stellar attorney talent, in every discipline of law, from the ranks of the world's best law firms and corporations. It is our responsibility to simplify the search for paralegal and secretarial support staff as well. We know the unique challenges that this staff must be able to meet and each of our candidates is thoroughly tested and interviewed. Whether you are a professional in search of a job, or an employer seeking qualified legal support staff, we can help.

Civil Law I Corporate Law I Direct Taxation I Indirect Taxation I Litigation I MIS I Accounting & Budgeting I Legal transcription I  Legal research I Intellectual Property

Oil & Gas
Oil refining is the process of turning Crude oil into Gasoline and many other products which involves the work of various profiles including Chemical Engineers, Petroleum engineer, HSE Manager, Operations Technologist, Refinery Designs Engineer and other profiles.
India is a huge source for these profiles owing to the numerous institutes of good repute producing technicians of the best caliber.
Our vast resource of manpower of various profiles and skills, sourcing fresh talent from the best colleges and institutes and trusted network of professionals, placed by us providing us references of the best talents in the industry are our key differentiator in providing customized recruitments solutions to our esteemed clients.

Marine Engineering I Oil Drilling I Gas Production


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