Gin Bar bright, bright bars scene could help boost business in India, according to a new report by the India Foundation.
India Foundation’s report says that the Gin Bar scene in India has been growing at a rapid pace, with over 5,000 bars and restaurants opening in 2016, up from around 300 in 2015.
The Indian government has also been promoting gin bars to improve its tourism revenue and its economic viability.
However, Gin Bar is still a relatively niche beverage in India.
In 2016, India had only 11 bars that were licensed to sell gin, and only three of them are Gin Bars.
India has more than 100,000 restaurants, but only around 3,500 Gin Bars have opened in the country.
The Gin Bar, as well as other alcohol-related businesses, are struggling to maintain their popularity, which is not good for the country’s economy.
The report suggests that India’s gin bar scene needs to grow more quickly and that it needs to diversify its portfolio to make up for its shortfall in gin bars.
Gin Bar owners are often seen as outsiders in the industry, but the report says the majority of bars are owned and run by professionals.
The average age of a bar owner is around 42, while the average age for the owner of a Gin Bar or other alcohol business is around 45.
The foundation’s study also found that the average gin bar owner has a Bachelor’s degree, while almost half the bar owners in India have at least a Bachelor degree.
India Foundation’s new report says Gin Bar owners can leverage this diversity to boost their business, while Gin Bar entrepreneurs can build businesses around their skills.
The report said that India needs to build a stronger gin bar culture.
India needs Gin Bars that are more like restaurants, and that Gin Bars can also become more like the restaurants they are meant to be.
This will enable the gin bar community to thrive and be able to sustain their growth, said Dr. Pankaj Kumar, founder of Gin Bar India, which he founded in 2014.
India’s Gin Bar Industry and Entrepreneurship ChallengesThe Gin Bar in India is currently in the midst of a major change in its business model.
In January, the Indian government passed a law that allows bars to operate on an autonomous basis and to serve alcohol in restaurants.
The change in regulation, which was announced in May 2016, will enable Gin Bar businesses to operate as independent restaurants, including bars that are owned by Gin Bar Owners and are not licensed by the government.
According to the report, Gin Bars are increasingly opening up across the country, with the number of Gin Bars in India increasing by around 60 per cent in the past two years.
The study also said that the gin industry in India needs more entrepreneurs.
The India Foundation says that it is now time for Gin Bar Entrepreneurs to take advantage of this opportunity and open up their businesses.
India is home to over one million people, of which over half are Gin Bar enthusiasts, the report said.
Many of these Gin Bar lovers have grown up in India’s Gin Bars, which are the second-largest export industry in the world after Coca-Cola, according the India Chamber of Commerce.