New Delhi: Consumer electronics major Sony India is eyeing sales growth of 10-15% this fiscal, snapping two years of de-growth, led by its premium TV range, audio products and cameras, a top company official said.
Sony India expects contribution from segments such as audio products and digital imaging to rise. The company's revenue at present is mainly led by the TV category.
"I am expecting a growth of 10 to 15% this year considering all the categories. If we are able to deliver that, then we would be in a very good spot," Sony India MD Sunil Nayyar said.
According to him, there is a "positivity in the market" being seen after a long time. Presently, Sony India gets around 65% revenue from the TV segment, 15% from audio, 10% from camera and rest 10% from other verticals. "Two years back, contribution of TV was 80%," he said.