Shangar Decor Management Discussions

A. Overview of the Indian Economy:

The Indian economy has fully recovered to the pre-pandemic real GDP level of 2019-20, according to the provisional estimates of GDP released on May 31, 2023. Real GDP growth in FY 2022-23 stands at 7.2%. These figures are associated with stronger growth momentum, indicating increased economic demand. The investment rate in the fourth quarter increased to its highest level in the previous nine quarters. Moreover, capacity utilization in the manufacturing sector rose in the fourth quarter, as against the third quarter, implying a build-up in demand, which is consistent with the growth objectives of the Indian economy.

Future capital spending of the government in the Indian economy is expected to be supported by factors such as tax buoyancy, streamlined tax system, thorough assessment and rationalization of the tariff structure and digitization of tax filing. In the medium term, an increase in capital spending on infrastructure and asset-building projects is set to increase growth multipliers. Furthermore, revival in monsoon and Khari sowing helped the agriculture sector gain momentum.

India has emerged as the fastest-growing major economy in the world, and is expected to be one of the top three economic powers globally over the next 10-15 years, backed by its robust democracy and strong partnerships.

B. Outlook:

In the last decade, India has been one of the fastest-growing economies, with annual growth rate averaging 6-7%. The increase in GDP can be attributed to a variety of reasons, including favorable demographics, influx of investment capital and technological efficiency and productivity gains.

C. Industry structure and development:

The growth of Companys Services is based on the push-and-pull effects of Demand and Supply determinants like the economic trends in India & Outside, growth of infrastructure. It always remains key area of the Company to provide innovative Service in design and finishing to the customers without compromising with quality. Today, per head income in India is increased which converted into purchasing power of a person. However, looking to the stability of Central Government, clear vision and mission of Government to provide Stable income to every family at possible level etc. the growth rate of this industry is expected around 7 to 8% in coming year. The population in India has the youngest persons in the world. The mixture of newness and economic productivity is result into investments in interior as well as exterior decoration. In India urbanization is the big matter which may generate more demand for Decoration Services and will result into increase in demand of associated products. The growth rate of this industry in the country is expected to increase with the peoples preferences now leaning towards a safer, cleaner and more secure environment.

D. Opportunities and Threats:


> Good Brand Image: Company has a good brand image and quality Services in the Indian market.

> Wide Service range: Company has very wide service coverage for social and cultural events.

> Superiority over its competitors: Company remains eager in providing latest designs and Service to its customers.

> Online Services: Company provides Online Services to its Customer. The company will take effective steps to take benefit of this opportunity.

> Expand Market Network: The Company continues to expand its marketing networks by appointing Consignment Agent, branches, distributors, dealers etc. in various states in all over the country.


> High Competition Era: The Decor Industry has entered into the orbit of the high competition. The market fights are set to intensify with unstoppable capacity build up. The Competition from both unorganized and other organized players, leading to difficulties in improving market share.

> Manpower: The one of the common problem emerged for finding talent with competence or even skilled man power for Decor industries irrespective of the company Brand or Size.

> Under cutting of price: Due to high competitions in market, the competitors are doing price cutting of Services to compete or keep their existence in markets which is ultimate big problems for the industries.

> New Entrance: More and more new organized players are entering into market which will increase competition in organized sector also.

E. Segment-wise or Product-wise performance:

The Company is primarily engaged in single segment i.e. Event Management.

The Turnover of the Company for the Financial Year 2022-23 is Rs. 965.54 Lakhs.

F. Future Outlook:

The Companys outlook for the year 2023-24 is to add more products in the product range as per requirement in the market.

G. Risks and concerns:

Our growth is directly or indirectly, linked with infrastructure development and real estate industry. Any ups and downs in these industry space impacts the growth. Increasing competition may lead to dilution of market share. Operational disruption owing to several factors like pandemic or breakdown may lead to decline in production. Untimely recovery of payment from customers may impact the working capital of the Company.

H. Internal control system and their adequacy:

The Company has an independent Internal Audit function with a well-established risk management framework. The scope and authority of the Internal Audit function are derived from the Internal Audit Charter approved by the Audit Committee. The Company has engaged a reputable external firm to support the Internal Audit function for carrying out the Internal Audit reviews.

The Audit Committee meets every quarter to review and discuss the various Internal Audit reports and follow up on action plans of past significant audit issues and compliance with the audit plan. The Chairperson of the Audit Committee has periodic one-on-one meetings with the Chief Internal Auditor to discuss any key concerns.

Additionally, the following measures are taken to ensure proper control:

• Budgets are prepared for all the operational levels.

• Any material variance from budget has to be approved by the Commercial director.

• Any major policy change is approved by the managing director.

• Any deficiency in not achieving target is reviewed at management meetings.

I. Discussion on financial performance with respect to operational performance

The financial performance of the Company for the Financial Year 2022-23 is described in the report of the Board of Directors of the Company.

J. Material developments in Human Resources/Industrial Relations front, including number of people employed

The cordial employer - employee relationship also continued during the year under the review. The Company has continued to give special attention to human resources.

K. Caution Statement:

Statements made in the Management Discussion and Analysis describing the various parts may be "forward looking statement" within the meaning of applicable securities laws and regulations. The actual results may differ from those expectations depending upon the economic conditions, changes in Govt. Regulations and amendments in tax laws and other internal and external factors.