MLM companies are popping up all over India, and they are all looking to capitalize on the popularity of the ‘Big Data’ revolution.
According to an industry source, India has become the second largest market for the Big Data revolution, with an estimated 25 million people signing up to join the ‘digital revolution’ as of this year.
This figure has grown to over 30 million since 2016, with some reports stating that there are more than 20 MLM firms operating in India.
This revolution in the MLM industry is due to the rise of ‘Big data’, a term coined by IBM and used by its research firm, IBM Vision Analytics.
Big data is an increasing use of artificial intelligence to collect and analyze data, and is now being used to build ‘smart’ products.
It has been used to create products for businesses, such as Uber, and for consumers, such a mobile app called Shazam, which allows people to listen to music in their homes.
India has a booming market for MLM, which can now be used to generate income for the company’s founders, and some of the best MLM services are also operating in the country.
According a 2016 report by The Times of India, the biggest MLM in India is the Shazamsu, a mobile application which allows users to listen music in a private room in their home.
The app has over 50 million users and is considered one of the most popular apps in the state of Kerala.
Shazams is a paid app which is available in over 25 Indian states and has over 100 million downloads in India alone.
The app also allows users in the US, Canada and the UK to use the app to listen in a room in the home and record music in private, which is similar to how Shazoms allows users outside the US and Canada to listen.
According to Shazames chief executive officer Rahul Sankaran, the app has been downloaded over 20 million times and has earned him over Rs 5 crore in monthly revenue.
The company has also been active in the U.K. and the U