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B2B Sales Outsourcing Company in Mumbai

B2B Marketing Outsourcing and B2B Sales Outsourcing Companies

We are a results based B2B Outsourcing made of a team of outstanding sales, marketing, and business development talent.

B2B Sales outsourcing solutions to help you find more customers.

Our B2B sales outsourcing teams have proven expertise helping clients with an innovative take on lead generation
and winning customer acquisition process – to find, acquire, and engage customers across all channels.

Whether you are focused on B2B marketing outsourcing or B2C sales, our B2B sales outsourcing teams utilize the most advanced marketing, sales, and digital technologies to help you gain customers, increase customer lifetime value, and improve customer loyalty. Our sales outsourcing solutions are also ideal for brands of all sizes and growth stages. From startups, to midsize, to enterprise, we provide companies with a people-first approach, deployed in a flexible, agile model, powered by insights and analytics.

 You need adaptable, highly trained teams with the knowledge, comfort and flexibility to sell both earlier and later in the sales cycle than ever before.

B2B Sales Outsourcing

B2B Sales Outsourcing is the transfer of responsibility of the business sales process to an outside company to develop a dedicated sales team to represent a product or solution directly to the customer of the organization.  The Sales Outsourcing company will have the responsibility of hiring, training, and managing the sales team as if they were an extension of your organization and presenting themselves as your brand to the customer.

Fulcrum generates leads and closes deals by recruiting, training, and managing sales teams. Whether we complement your current team or outsource your entire sales function, we’re here to help you get the job done.

Fulcrum  has focused on providing dedicated professional outsourced sales services and solutions by recruiting, training, and managing our client’s sales teams. We understand that there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to lead generation services or closing roles.

Leverage the expertise of our experienced, local sales resources to establish your business in territory, and generate direct revenue.

Why Outsource Sales?

  • Speed to Market
  • Sales Role Specialization
  • Lack of Management Experience or Expertise
  • Sales Talent Pool
  • Expertise with CRM and Sales Enablement Technology
  • Sales Strategy & Execution
  • Lack of Ongoing Sales Training
  • No Sales Culture
  • Predictable Pipelines
  • Local Sales experts with a wealth of experience
  • Reduced risk to your business
  • Access to a proven business development model
  • Services available in multiple languages & sales specialists with local knowledge
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B2B Marketing Outsourcing

B2B Marketing Outsourcing is an ideal solution if your business struggles with resourcing, management time, and the necessary internal infrastructure and tools to deliver a consistent model to acquire new business.

We quickly and efficiently deploy your new team, ready to grow an existing market or enter a new territory. With the help of our experienced and local sales resources, see your company win new business and make direct sales.

Our end-to-end sales outreach service helps develop long-term customer relationships, and accelerates sales and business growth.


We take a multi-channel approach to our Lead Generation service to maximise our efforts. Should you need targeted account based marketing, or want to hit the ground running with your territory expansion, our team is readily equipped with the tools and information required.

For a fixed monthly fee, we allocate dedicated specialist resources according to the campaign needs who immerse themselves into your products or services, and generate a solid pipeline of high-quality leads.

This model allows us to scale up, scale down, or adjust resources throughout your campaign to optimise the results.


Our Sales Consultancy services benefit clients who want to evaluate their current strategies, and expand into new territories. Validate your business model with the help of our seasoned experts.

The technology market is constantly evolving, so knowing where your future revenue and growth is coming from is vital. Our outsourcing services are proven to ensure our clients have the right resources at the right time.


⦁ Market opportunity analysis 
⦁ Go to market (GTM) Planning & Strategy
⦁ Sales readiness assessment
⦁ Sales team and Sales leadership training

B2B Sales And Marketing Staffing

Our staffing team keeps a roster of talent from both within and outside of our company, and sources based on an individual’s experience and traits that will be catered to your sales process. We will assemble a team and train them to the needs of your company to flesh out their product knowledge.

Once trained, they will function as an extension of your company. The process is designed to be implemented as quickly and thoroughly as possible – we focus on speed and efficiency.

At minimum, our accounts will have two sales staff dedicated to sales, along with one manager overseeing and optimizing their sales process. We provide weekly reports on our process, weighed against previous weeks to show our progression with your account.

B2B Marketing Outsourcing. Specialising in B2B lead generation, high quality sales appointments and trade marketing.

B2B Telemarketing Outsourcing

Maximize your Marketing potential with the leading service for B2B telemarketing in the India., We use proprietary processes developed over the years and innovate to deliver B2B outsourced marketing services for your business. Reduce your team’s workload, and optimize your time and profitability with our telemarketing service. Empower your business by improving your customer service through our telemarketing service.

You know your business and we know how to run high-performing outsourced sales teams. We invest time into becoming your partner and brand ambassador, acting as a seamless extension of your brand. With 10+ years of B2B telemarketing expertise, we take care of demand generation, sales engagement, and client success so you can focus on your core activities.

Thanks to a deep understanding of our clients’ markets and challenges, we’ve got the experience to sell your products and services successfully. You’ll secure access to an award-winning outsourced sales team who can generate fresh opportunities, open new markets, and strengthen relationships across the globe.


We help reach and move your most valuable audiences to act through remarkable impact.

Outside Sales

Outside sales refers to face to face sales with your customers. An outside sales team meets directly with the prospect in a face-to-face sales approach. The outside model still must conduct much of the selling virtual. However, the outside sales professional develops and manages the relationship on a personal face to face basis. Knocking doors, conducting face-to-face cold calls, and attending networking events are all requirements for a successful outside sales team.

Inside Sales

Inside Sales, sometimes referred to as virtual sales, is a sales team or person who does all their selling via electronics. Telephone calls, emails, webinars, etc., but they never meet face to face with the prospect/client. Inside sales can be very effective with a specific product or service that needs a large buying audience and a low investment. Inside sales typically conducts the full life cycle of sales, from lead generation to closure.

How can we help you?

Our team works with b2b business to create a unique marketing message, define target market, and then use marketing channels to create awareness and engage the B2B target audiences. Our B2B Outsourced Marketing Services engagements have helped clients reach new target audiences, create an upscale value for the product, and grow their business.


Generate leads, build pipeline, and close sales

Find, target and convert new customers

Avoid the cost of building an in-house sales and marketing team


Automate sales and marketing processes to increase efficiency

Develop a long-term strategy for success

Let us help you plan and execute a great marketing strategy.

Sales outsourcing is the process of delegating a part of your sales process to a third party or agency.

Outsourcing sales could include market research, lead generation or even routine sales tasks like outbound calling or handling inbound calls. You can also outsource most of the sales process to an external agency.

Sales outsourcing is usually considered by businesses that lack adequate resources like manpower or time to expand their sales process. Let’s face it, salespeople would spend less time on sales without proper tools. A typical salesperson spends most of his time updating excel sheets and status, traveling to meetings, filling out timesheets, and more. In fact, sales reps spend only 30% of their time selling.

Sales outsourcing helps salespeople focus more on selling. Outsourcing sales can help increase flexibility and allows sales teams to focus on higher-level tactical tasks or strategies.

Small team: You have a small sales team that is simply unable to handle the volume of leads generated
New markets: You are a growing startup that is looking to scale across new geographies or markets, but lack good sales resources/talent.
Budget constraints: You don’t have the budget to hire top sales talent
Lack of resources: Lack of expertise in your sales team to handle certain sales functions
Manual task overload: Your sales team is caught up with administrative tasks, that leave very less time for selling.

Before you set out to outsource a big chunk of your sales process, evaluate your requirements.

  1. Identify business reason: Can this be done in-house or automated, or does it need to be outsourced?
  2. Define the objective and metrics: What do you aim to achieve by outsourcing or automating this function – Is it to grow your user base, enter a new market, or improve the lifetime value of customers?
  3. List down your scope: List down the markets you want to cover, what you need to outsource exactly and how an outsourcing agency or a tool comes into play.
  4. Inform all teams: Ensure there is internal alignment between your sales and marketing teams before you proceed with selecting a sales outsourcing agency or software – decide KPIs, roles, and responsibilities of your existing sales and marketing teams, and make sure everyone is working towards a common goal
  5. Choose between automated or manual sales outsourcing: Once you have identified the scope of your sales outsourcing program, decide if you want to outsource sales to a manual agency or deploy a sales outsourcing software in your company that automates crucial sales functions, and helps generate leads.

There are a number of hidden costs associated with starting and scaling your tech company. A big portion of those costs revolve around establishing an in-house sales team as they are the driving force behind revenue growth.

Reduced Employee Training Cost and Churn

Train and churn, it’s a vicious circle that can make any sales leader feel a bit like Sisyphus. Aspiring sales development representatives (SDRs) are pushed to the top just to watch them roll-off to a new opportunity so the process can start all over again.

Shortened Sales Cycle

Because lead generation and customer acquisition are the top priorites of outsourced sales agencies, representatives are trained in the most advanced sales strategies and equipped with the latest marketing tools and technology.

As more data is collected based on campaign performance, adjustments are made to build more precise procedures around your unique position in the market.

Efficient Sales Team

How much time does your sales team actually spend selling?

Yep, out of a typical eight-hour shift the average salesperson spends over five hours researching prospects, composing emails, setting appointments, maintaining data, attending meetings, and maintaining data (HubSpot).
So while these top-of-the-funnel tasks are important to success, they are also time-consuming and monotonous.
By outsourcing the lead generation and qualification process of sales, your team can focus on what matters most … selling.

Not only does outsourcing B2B sales allow companies to expand their prospecting reach, but also enables them to focus on closing the new business from the meetings generated by their outsourced sales partner. Businesses can take comfort in knowing they have a skilled partner using the industry’s best practices to provide them with more opportunities. The business leaders also benefit from the time they save and productivity gained.

Outsourcing B2B sales is when a company partners with a third-party provider that seamlessly integrates with the internal team to create processes, supply experts, implement software and execute sales strategies that generate leads. When working with an outsourced sales agency, the level of your team’s involvement varies depending on your company’s structure and leadership preferences.


B2B sales outsourcing provides your company with a fast and effective way to maximize opportunities without investing a significant amount of time or capital to manage and maintain employees, office space, or prospecting tools.

The high turnover rate of employees and volatility of leads make sales teams one of the most expensive to hire and manage. Sales outsourcing is essential because it helps companies reduce expenses while increasing revenue resulting in a more profitable and scalable business model.

Outsourcing is a common practice of contracting out business functions and processes to third-party providers. The benefits of outsourcing can be substantial – from cost savings and efficiency gains to greater competitive advantage.

On the other hand, loss of control over the outsourced function is often a potential business risk. You should consider carefully the pros and cons of outsourcing before deciding to contract out any activities or business operations.

Advantages of outsourcing

There are many reasons why a business may choose to outsource a particular task, job or process. For example, some of the recognised benefits of outsourcing include:

Improved focus on core business activities

Outsourcing can free up your business to focus on its strengths, allowing your staff to concentrate on their main tasks and on future strategy.

Increased efficiency

Choosing an outsourcing company that specialises in the process or service you want them to carry out for you can help you achieve a more productive, efficient service, often of greater quality.

Controlled costs

Cost savings achieved by outsourcing can help you release capital for investment in other areas of your business.

Increased reach

Outsourcing can give you access to capabilities and facilities otherwise not accessible or affordable.

Greater competitive advantage

Outsourcing can help you leverage knowledge and skills along with your complete supply chain.

Outsourcing can also help to make your business more flexible and agile, able to adapt to changing market conditions and challenges while providing cost savings and service level improvements.

Disadvantages of outsourcing

Outsourcing involves handing over direct control over a business function or process to a third party. As such, it comes with certain risks. For example, when outsourcing, you may experience problems with:

  • service delivery – which may fall behind time or below expectation
  • confidentiality and security – which may be at risk
  • lack of flexibility – contract could prove too rigid to accommodate change
  • management difficulties – changes at the outsourcing company could lead to friction
  • instability – the outsourcing company could go out of business

Offshore outsourcing issues

Offshore outsourcing, although potentially more cost-effective, may present additional challenges such as hidden costs of provider selection or handover, severance and costs related to layoffs of local employees who will not be relocated internationally, etc. Even simply managing the offshore relationship can prove challenging due to time zones, different languages or cultural preferences.

Examine the pros and cons of outsourcing carefully to make sure that the benefits outweigh the risks. Before choosing a strategy, think about these common outsourcing considerations.



Mumbai ( also known as Bombay — the official name until 1995) is the capital city of the Indian state of Maharashtra. According to the United Nations, as of 2018, Mumbai is the second-most populous city in the country after Delhi and the seventh-most populous city in the world with a population of roughly 20 million.[16] As per the Indian government population census of 2011, Mumbai was the most populous city in India with an estimated city proper population of 12.5 million living under Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai.[17] Mumbai is the centre of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, the sixth most populous metropolitan area in the world with a population of over 23 million.[18] Mumbai lies on the Konkan coast on the west coast of India and has a deep natural harbour. In 2008, Mumbai was named an alpha world city.[19][20] It has the highest number of millionaires and billionaires among all cities in India.[21][22] Mumbai is home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Elephanta Caves, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, and the city’s distinctive ensemble of Victorian and Art Deco buildings.[23][24]

The seven islands that constitute Mumbai were originally home to communities of Marathi language speaking Koli people.[25][26][27] For centuries, the seven islands of Bombay were under the control of successive indigenous rulers before being ceded to the Portuguese Empire, and subsequently to the East India Company in 1661, through the dowry of Catherine Braganza when she was married off to Charles II of England.[28] During the mid-18th century, Bombay was reshaped by the Hornby Vellard project,[29] which undertook reclamation of the area between the seven islands from the sea.[30] Along with construction of major roads and railways, the reclamation project, completed in 1845, transformed Bombay into a major seaport on the Arabian Sea. Bombay in the 19th century was characterised by economic and educational development. During the early 20th century it became a strong base for the Indian independence movement. Upon India’s independence in 1947 the city was incorporated into Bombay State. In 1960, following the Samyukta Maharashtra Movement, a new state of Maharashtra was created with Bombay as the capital.


Mumbai is built on what was once an archipelago of seven islands: Isle of Bombay, Parel, Mazagaon, Mahim, Colaba, Worli, and Old Woman’s Island (also known as Little Colaba).[67] It is not exactly known when these islands were first inhabited. Pleistocene sediments found along the coastal areas around Kandivali in northern Mumbai suggest that the islands were inhabited since the South Asian Stone Age.[68] Perhaps at the beginning of the Common Era, or possibly earlier, they came to be occupied by the Koli fishing community.[69][70]

In the 3rd century BCE, the islands formed part of the Maurya Empire, during its expansion in the south, ruled by the Buddhist emperor Ashoka of Magadha.[71] The Kanheri Caves in Borivali were excavated from basalt rock in the first century CE,[72] and served as an important centre of Buddhism in Western India during ancient Times.[73] The city then was known as Heptanesia (Ancient Greek: A Cluster of Seven Islands) to the Greek geographer Ptolemy in 150 CE.[74] The Mahakali Caves in Andheri were cut out between the 1st century BCE and the 6th century CE.[75][76]

Between the 2nd century BCE and 9th century CE, the islands came under the control of successive indigenous dynasties: Satavahanas, Western Satraps, Abhira, Vakataka, Kalachuris, Konkan Mauryas, Chalukyas and Rashtrakutas,[77] before being ruled by the Shilaharas from 810 to 1260.[78] Some of the oldest edifices in the city built during this period are the Jogeshwari Caves (between 520 and 525),[79] Elephanta Caves (between the sixth to seventh century),[80] Walkeshwar Temple (10th century),[81][82] and Banganga Tank (12th century).[83][84]


Mumbai is on a narrow peninsula on the southwest of Salsette Island, which lies between the Arabian Sea to the west, Thane Creek to the east and Vasai Creek to the north. Mumbai’s suburban district occupies most of the island. Navi Mumbai is east of Thane Creek and Thane is north of Vasai Creek. Mumbai consists of two distinct regions: Mumbai City district and Mumbai Suburban district, which form two separate revenue districts of Maharashtra.[151] The city district region is also commonly referred to as the Island City or South Mumbai.[34] The total area of Mumbai is 603.4 km2 (233 sq mi).[152] Of this, the island city spans 67.79 km2 (26 sq mi), while the suburban district spans 370 km2 (143 sq mi), together accounting for 437.71 km2 (169 sq mi) under the administration of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM). The remaining areas belong to various Defence establishments, the Mumbai Port Trust, the Atomic Energy Commission and the Borivali National Park, which are out of the jurisdiction of the MCGM.[153] The Mumbai Metropolitan Region which includes portions of Thane, Palghar and Raigad districts in addition to Greater Mumbai, covers an area of 4,355 km2 (1681.5 sq mi).[5] Mumbai lies at the mouth of the Ulhas River on the western coast of India, in the coastal region known as the Konkan. It sits on Salsette Island (Sashti Island), which it partially shares with the Thane district.[154] Mumbai is bounded by the Arabian Sea to the west.[155] Many parts of the city lie just above sea level, with elevations ranging from 10 m (33 ft) to 15 m (49 ft);[156] the city has an average elevation of 14 m (46 ft).[157] Northern Mumbai (Salsette) is hilly,[158] and the highest point in the city is 450 m (1,476 ft) at Salsette in the Powai–Kanheri ranges.[159] The Sanjay Gandhi National Park (Borivali National Park) is located partly in the Mumbai suburban district, and partly in the Thane district, and it extends over an area of 103.09 km2 (39.80 sq mi).


Mumbai skyline from Bandra Reclamation

Mumbai is India’s largest city (by population) and is the financial and commercial capital of the country as it generates 6.16% of the total GDP.[34][148][194] It serves as an economic hub of India, contributing 10% of factory employment, 25% of industrial output, 33% of income tax collections, 60% of customs duty collections, 20% of central excise tax collections, 40% of India’s foreign trade and ₹40 billion (US$560 million) in corporate taxes.[195] Along with the rest of India, Mumbai has witnessed an economic boom since the liberalisation of 1991, the finance boom in the mid-nineties and the IT, export, services and outsourcing boom in the 2000s.[196] Although Mumbai had prominently figured as the hub of economic activity of India in the 1990s, the Mumbai Metropolitan Region is presently witnessing a reduction in its contribution to India’s GDP.[197]

Recent estimates of the economy of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region is estimated to be $368 billion (PPP metro GDP) ranking it either the most or second-most productive metro area of India.[10] Many of India’s numerous conglomerates (including Larsen & Toubro, State Bank of India (SBI), Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC), Tata Group, Godrej and Reliance),[148] and five of the Fortune Global 500 companies are based in Mumbai.[198] This is facilitated by the presence of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE), and financial sector regulators such as the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).[197]

Until the 1970s, Mumbai owed its prosperity largely to textile mills and the seaport, but the local economy has since then diversified to include finance, engineering, diamond-polishing, healthcare and information technology.[199] The key sectors contributing to the city’s economy are: finance, gems & jewellery, leather processing, IT and ITES, textiles, and entertainment. Nariman Point and Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) are Mumbai’s major financial centres.[197] Despite competition from Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune, Mumbai has carved a niche for itself in the information technology industry. The Santacruz Electronic Export Processing Zone (SEEPZ) and the International Infotech Park (Navi Mumbai) offer excellent facilities to IT companies.[200]


The city of Mumbai came in light in the year 150 CE through the geographical work of renowned geographer, Ptolemy. The city, consisting of several islands, was then ruled by native Agris and Kolis. These natives ruled the islands up to 1345. Thereafter, Mumbai’s rulers changed through history until Islamic rulers conquered what is now Maharashtra and conquered some of the islands in 1534. Subsequently, sultan of Gujarat took over all the islands, which were then conquered by the Portuguese.Mumbai City District is a district of Maharashtra in Konkan Division. As a city district, it has no headquarters or subdivisions. It, along with the Mumbai Suburban District, makes up the metropolis of Mumbai. The city area is called the “island city” or South Mumbai or Old Mumbai. It extends from Colaba in the south to Mahim and Sion in the north. The city has an area of 157 km2 (61 sq mi) and a population of 3,085,411.[1]




Mumbai Suburban District (Marathi: Mumbai Upanagar Jilhā; previously Bombay Suburban district) is a second most populous district of Maharashtra in Konkan Division. Its headquarters is in Bandra. It consists of three administrative subdivisions : Kurla, Andheri, and Borivali.[1] The district along with Mumbai City district and other suburban localities make up Greater Mumbai on Salsette Island. The district occupies an area of 446 km2.[2]

This is the second smallest district of Maharashtra, and it administratively comes under Konkan Division.

The jurisdiction of Mumbai Suburban District is from Bandra to Dahisar, from Kurla to Mulund and from Kurla up to Trombay Creek.

Mumbai Suburban District is one of the largest districts in the country by population. The current population is 9,356,962, according to the 2011 census, making it the fifth most populous district in India (out of 672).[3] The Mithi River is the main river in the district.

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As the city that never sleeps and famous for its high-end malls and lucrative streets. Mumbai City also known as Bombay, offers unique experiences, from the beautiful promenades to the cosmopolitan culture.


Known as the city of dreams (Mayanagri), it is the capital city of the Indian state of Maharashtra. Mumbai is also the second most populous city in India with a population of 19.98million. Moreover, it lies on the Konkan coast, which is on the west coast of India, with its very own natural harbour.


Back in 2008 Mumbai was named an alpha world’s city and it’s the wealthiest city with the largest number of millionaires and billionaires in all of the cities in India. Generally, the city serves as headquarters to some of the financial institutions like the National Stock Exchange, Reserve Bank of India and the Mint among many other


According to the 2011 census Mumbai City district has a population of 3,085,411,[3] roughly equal to the nation of Mongolia[4] or the US state of Iowa.[5] This gives it a ranking of 115th in India (out of a total of 640).[3] The district has a population density of 19,652 inhabitants per square kilometre (50,900/sq mi) .[1] Its population growth rate over the decade 2001-2011 was -7.57%.[1] Mumbai City has a sex ratio of 832 females for every 1000 males,[1] and a literacy rate of 89.21%. Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes make up 7.13% and 0.81% of the population respectively.[1]

Religions in Mumbai City district (2011)
Religion Percent
Other or not stated



Public transport systems in Mumbai include the Mumbai Suburban Railway, Monorail, Metro, Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) buses, black-and-yellow meter taxis, auto rickshaws and ferries. Suburban railway and BEST bus services together accounted for about 88% of the passenger traffic in 2008.


The Mumbai Suburban Railway, popularly referred to as Locals forms the backbone of the city’s transport system. It is operated by the Central Railway and Western Railway zones of the Indian Railways. Mumbai’s suburban rail systems carried a total of 6.3 million passengers every day in 2007.


Mumbai’s bus services carried over 5.5 million passengers per day in 2008,[241] which dropped to 2.8 million in 2015.[253] Public buses run by BEST cover almost all parts of the metropolis, as well as parts of Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayandar and Thane.[254] The BEST operates a total of 4,608 buses[255] with CCTV cameras installed, ferrying 4.5 million passengers daily[241] over 390 routes.


The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (formerly Sahar International Airport) is the main aviation hub in the city and the second busiest airport in India in terms of passenger traffic.[281] It handled 36.6 million passengers and 694,300 tonnes of cargo during FY 2014–2015.[282] An upgrade plan was initiated in 2006, targeted at increasing the capacity of the airport to handle up to 40 million passengers annually[283] and the new terminal T2 was opened in February 2014.[284]


Water transport in Mumbai consists of ferries, hovercraft and catamarans. Services are provided by both government agencies as well as private partners.[269] Hovercraft services plied briefly in the late 1990s between the Gateway of India and CBD Belapur in Navi Mumbai. They were subsequently scrapped due to lack of adequate infrastructure.


Mumbai Port Trust (also known as the Bombay Port Trust) is a port which lies midway on the West coast of India, on the natural deep-water harbour of Mumbai (Bombay) in Maharashtra.The harbour spread over 400 square kilometres (150 sq mi) is protected by the mainland of Konkan to its east and north and by the island city of Mumbai to its west.[1] The harbour opens to the south to the Arabian Sea.

The port is administered by the Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT, formerly the Bombay Port Trust (BPT)), an autonomous corporation wholly owned by the Government of India.[5] The port is primarily used for bulk cargo, while most container traffic is directed to Nhava Sheva port across the harbour.


MARKET(Crawford Market)

Crawford Market (officially Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Mandai) is one of South Mumbai’s most famous markets. The building was completed in 1869, and donated to the city by Cowasji Jehangir. Originally named after Arthur Crawford, the first Municipal Commissioner of the city, the market was later renamed to honour Maharashtrian social reformer Mahatma Jotirao Phule. The market is situated opposite the Mumbai Police headquarters, just north of Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station and west of the J.J. flyover at a busy intersection. It was the main wholesale market for fruits in Mumbai until March 1996, when the wholesale traders were relocated to Navi Mumbai.

In 1882, the building was the first in India to be lit up by electricity.


R City Mall is a shopping mall located in Ghatkopar West, Mumbai.[1] The mall spreads across 1.2 million square feet with the capacity to house over 350 stores.[2] The mall has over 194 shopping stores, over 66 food outlets, 10 entertainment areas, 3 ATM facilities, 13 service areas, and a Movie Theatre (INOX Leisure Limited). The mall was opened in two phases, the total size of the first phase of the development is 7.5 lakh square feet.[3] It is a project developed by The Runwal Group.



This is a list of movie theatres in the city of Mumbai, India. Mumbai has long been associated with films, with the first film being displayed here in 1896 by the Lumière Brothers. It thereafter became the centre of India’s Hindi and Marathi language film industries, with the former often dubbed as Bollywood. The first cinema opened in 1913. Mumbai has many cinemas catering to a large and polyglot population. Cinemas often serve as major landmarks in the city and define the neighbourhood. Most of the cinemas in the city are one-screen halls, but in recent times these have been giving way to large multiplexes.

Recently some cinemas, (often interchangeably called “theatres”) have been forced to shut shop due to the high entertainment tax (which stands at 55%), that results in huge losses. Since 2000, 50 cinemas have shut down in the city.


Mumbai is known for its entertainment industry so there are a lot of cinemas. Such One Example is Maratha Mandir which is known for playing Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge for almost 20 years being a single screen cinema. There are also 3 IMAX venues, namely BIG Cinemas, PVR Cinemas, and Cinépolis IMAX in Thane.


Sanjay Gandhi National Park is a 87 km2 (34 sq mi) protected area in Mumbai, Maharashtra State in India. It was established in 1996 with headquarters at Borivali.[1]

The rich flora and fauna of Sanjay Gandhi National Park attracts more than 2 million visitors every year. Tourists also enjoy visiting the 2400-year-old Kanheri caves sculpted out of the rocky cliffs which lies within the park.


Bombay Hospital a.k.a. BHMRC (Bombay Hospital And Medical Research Centre – Mumbai) [1] is a private hospital in Mumbai, India. It was founded in 1950 by R. D. Birla.[2] It has 830 beds, 110 of which are in the critical care and recovery area. It has 22 operating theatres, 3,200 full-time employees, 240 eminent consultants and 200 resident doctors. In the R D Birla International Cardiac Centre associated with Bombay Hospital, there are 4 dedicated operation theatres, 2 cath labs where 1,800 surgeries and 4,000 angiographies/angioplasties are conducted each year. The department of neurosurgery and neurology also has 4 dedicated operation theatres.


Air india staff colony
Airoli sector 4
Airoli sector 8
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