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Revenue $67.4 billion (2009-10)
Profit $1.74 billion (2009-10)
Total assets $52.8 billion (2009-10) Employees 396,517 (2009-
I. Tata Steel
II. Tata Steel Europe
III. Tata Motors
IV. Tata Consultancy Services
V. Tata Technologies
VI. Tata Tea
VII. Titan Industries
VIII. Tata Power
IX. Tata Communications
X. Tata Teleservices
XI. Taj Hotels
XII. Tata Chemicals
XIII. Tata Global Beverages
JAMSETJI TATA DORAB JI TATA SIR RATAN TATA
Deep rooted history
Ratan Tata, Chairman Emeritus
Cyrus Pallonji Mistry, Chairman
Farrokh K Kavarana
The beginnings of the Tata Group can be traced
back to 1868, when Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata
established a trading company dealing in cotton
in Bombay (now Mumbai), British India.
This was followed by the installation of Empress
Mills in Nagpur in 1877. Taj Mahal Hotel in
Bombay (now Mumbai) was opened for business
Sir Dorab Tata, the eldest son of Jamsetji became
the chairman of the group after his fathers death
in 1904. Under him, the group ventured into
steel production (1905) and hydroelectric power
After the death of Dorab Tata in 1934, Nowroji
Saklatwala headed the group till 1938. He was
succeeded by Jahangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata.
The group expanded significantly under him
with the establishment of Tata Chemicals (1939),
Tata Motors and Tata Industries (both 1945),
Voltas (1954), Tata Tea (1962), Tata Consultancy
Services (1968) and Titan Industries (1984).
Ratan Tata, the incumbent chairman of the
group succeeded JRD Tata in 1991.
Different groups of
• Tata group encompasses seven
business sectors: communications
and information technology,
engineering, materials, services,
energy, consumer products and
• Tata group has spread itself in various sectors:- they
ENGINEERING:- Tata products, Voltas consumer
ENERGY AND POWER.
CHEMICALS:- Rallis India, Tata Pigments.
SERVICES:- The Indian hotels co., Tata Asset
COMSUMER PRODUCTS:-Tata Salt, Tata
INFORMATION SYSTEM: - Nelco, TCS.
PHILANTHROPHY & NATION BUILDING: -
TATA Memorial Hospitals, Indian Institute Of
AUTOMOBLIE SECTOR: -TATA MOTORS
2000 Tata Tea acquires The Tetley Group Ltd., UK
2001 TATA-AIG marks the Tata re-entry into insurance.
2005 Tata Steel acquires Singapore-based steel company
NatSteel by subscribing to 100 per cent equity of its subsidiary.
2007 Tata Steel purchased a 100% stake in the Corus group at
608 pence share in all cash deal.
2009 TRF acquires UK-based Hewitt Robins International.
2008: Jaguar and land rover Brands
February 2000 – Tetley Tea Company, $407 million
March 2004 – Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Company,
August 2004 – NatSteel's Steel business, $292 million
November 2004 – Tyco Global Network, $130 million
July 2005 – Teleglobe International Holdings, $239 million
October 2005 – Good Earth Corporation
December 2005 – Millennium Steel, Thailand, $167 million
December 2005 – Brunner Mond Chemicals, $120 million
June 2006 – Eight O'Clock Coffee, $220 million
November 2006 – Ritz Carlton Boston, $170 million
Jan 2007 – Corus Group, $12 billion
March 2007 – PT Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC) (Bumi Resources),
April 2007 – Campton Place Hotel, San Francisco, $60 million
January 2008 – Imacid Chemical Company, Morocco[
February 2008 – General Chemical Industrial Products, $1 billion
March 2008 – Jaguar Cars and Land Rover, $2.3 billion
March 2008 – Serviplem SA, Spain
April 2008 – Comoplesa Lebrero SA, Spain
May 2008 – Piaggio Aero Industries S.p.A., Italy
June 2008 – China Enterprise Communications, China
June 2008 – Neotel, South Africa
October 2008 – Miljo Grenland / Innovasjon, Norway
On the occasion of India's 50th Republic Day on
26 January 2000, Ratan Tata was honored with
the Padma Bhushan.
In February 2004, Ratan Tata was conferred the
title of honorary economic advisor to Hangzhou
city in the Zhejiang province of China.
He was listed among the 25 most powerful people
in business named by Fortune magazine in
In May 2008 Mr. Tata made it to the Time
magazine's 2008 list of the World's 100 most
The international brand consultancy Brand
Finance has ranked the $68-billion conglomerate,
Tata Group, as 50th most valuable brand in the
The Tata Group has helped establish and finance
numerous quality research, educational and
cultural institutes in India. The Tata Group was
awarded the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy in
2007 in recognition of the group's long history of
philanthropic activities. Some of the institutes
established by the Tata Group are:
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
Tata Institute of Social Sciences
Indian Institute of Science
National Centre for Performing Arts
Tata Management Training Centre
Tata Memorial Hospital
Tata Football Academy
Tata Cricket Academy
Tata Trusts, a group of philanthropic organizations run by
the head of the business conglomerate Tata Sons
The JRD Tata Eco-technology Centre
The Energy and Resources Institute (earlier known as Tata
Energy and Research Institute) – a non governmental
The Tata Group has donated a Rs. 220 crore
($50 million) to the prestigious Harvard Business
School (HBS) to build an academic and a
residential building on the institute’s campus in
Boston, Massachusetts. The new building will be
called the Tata Hall and used for the institute’s
executive education programmes.The amount is
the largest from an international donor in the
business school's 102-year-old existence.
Its TATA every where !!!
‘TATA’ in your life!!!
What makes you lick your fingertips, but of
What makes your costumes neat and clean?
What gives a foundation to your dreams?
What makes you feel fresh?
What helps you to prosper?
TATA YELLOW PAGES.
What/Who increases your valuable treasure?
TATA McGraw-HILL PUBLISHERS.
The producer of MISS WORLD & MISS UNIVERSE from
What beeps next to your heart?
What makes the world within your reach?
What makes you more relaxed other than your
What keeps you on the move?
TATA ENGINEERING & LOCOMOTIVE.
What protects you from disease?
What makes you punctual?
Who gives you a roof over your head?
Founder(s) Jamsetji Tata
Headquarters Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Area served Worldwide
Cyrus Pallonji Mistry
Automotive, steel, IT services, electricity
generation, chemicals, beverages, telecom,
hotels, financial services, consumer goods,
retailing, engineering goods
Revenue US$83.3 billion (2010-11)
Profit US$ 5.8 billion (2010-11)
Total assets US$ 68.9 billion (2010-11)
Owner(s) Tata Sons
Employees 424,365 (2010-11)
Subsidiaries List of subsidiaries