• Retrenchment Strategies Type
    A retrenchment grand strategy is followed when an organization aims at a contraction of its activities through substantial reduction or the elimination of the scope of one or more of its businesses in terms of their respective customer groups, customer functions, or alternative technologies either singly...
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  • Telecom Sector
    Scenario Demographic characteristic Market size, Trends & Players Telecom turn over/ Subscribers Opportunities /Competitive landscape Porters generic strategy Progress /Acquiring Subscribers Rural India Government Initiatives / MVAS VAS Mobile VAS in Rural Market Access Device /3G Handset Key trends in Telecom...
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  • Dil Ne Tumhe Kaha
    in English and German. Anand shares his time between India and Spain. Being Fluent in Spanish, the little town of Collado Mediano near Madrid has adopted him as their "Hijo Predelicto" or famous son. A keen follower of all events around the world, he is also keen on maintaining fitness with biking...
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  • Technology
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBTCrtmaxrk – Vodafone Cricket Alerts http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTxZ0OTNil8 – Vodafone – Choose Ringtones Vodafone's strategy is product-led; the company is continually developing new products and services which utilise the latest technological advances. However, as consumers...
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  • Retailer Willingness Towards Spice Mobile
    India (TRAI) was created. TRAI was formed to act as a regulator to facilitate the growth of the telecom sector. New National Telecom Policy was adopted in 1999 and cellular services were also launched in the same year. Telecommunication sector in India can be divided into two segments: Fixed Service...
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  • customer services in bharti airtel ltd ,chennai
    between market performance of Airtel industry and other telecom service provider. To compare various parameters of marketing strategies, manufacturing process, technology adopted production policy, advertising, collaboration, export scenario, future prospect for the two companies and government policies...
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  • Corporate Level Strategies
    Corporate Level Strategies Kinds of Grand Strategies: * Stability Strategies * Growth Strategies * Retrenchment Strategies * Combination Strategies Stability Strategies The basic approach is ‘maintain present course: steady as it goes.’ In an effective stability strategy, companies will...
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  • Grand Strategy
    Gaurav kumar (SEC. A) Grand Strategies Strategy Formulation is a strategic planning or long range-planning. This process is primarily analytical, not action oriented. This process involves scanning external and internal environmental factors, analysis of the strategic factors and generation, evaluation...
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  • Competitive Strategies of Telecom Companies
    Page 1 of 50 A Project report On A STUDY OF COMPETETIVE STRATEGIES IN TELECOM SECTOR SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AWARD OF MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MASTER OF BUSINESS LAWS For The Course: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT SUBMITTED BY: MAYANK KUMAR AGARWAL M.B.A...
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  • Tata Nano
    Tata's Nano is not a car, it's a PHENOMENON. Tata Nano is undoubtedly being looked upon as the next big (actually small) thing. With a lot at stake on Nano, its success is extremely crucial. Let's delve into what all has been to market (online+offline) the car of the year. Online Marketing: 1) Website:...
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  • Mercy
    take 1 hour (c) Strategy Content, Process and Roles () c & d together will take 1 hour (d) The fit concept and the configurational () perspective in strategic management. (e) Dimensions and levels of strategy. – 1 hour 2. Competitive Strategy ( 4 sessions) Objectives:...
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  • Telecom Industry India Micro Analysis
    private companies and foreign invested companies. Main State owned companies are BSNL and MTNL. Major private Indian owned companies include Tata teleservice, Tata Communications, Reliance communications. And finally, the major foreign invested companies in this sector are Vodafone, Idea cellular, Bharti...
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  • Relience Communication
    in India. New National Telecom Policy is adopted.  2000 DoT becomes a corporation, BSNL Major Players There are three types of players in telecom services: • -State owned companies (BSNL and MTNL) • -Private Indian owned companies (Reliance Infocomm, Tata Teleservices,) • -Foreign invested companies...
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  • Study-of-Competetive-Strategies-in-Telecom-Sector
    Page 1 of 50 A Project report On A STUDY OF COMPETETIVE STRATEGIES IN TELECOM SECTOR SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AWARD OF MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MASTER OF BUSINESS LAWS For The Course: STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT SUBMITTED BY: MAYANK KUMAR AGARWAL M.B.A...
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  • Advertising Agencies
    specializes in marketing on their respective mediums. 1. Digital Advertising Agency: A digital advertising agency works on providing marketing strategies to rope in web users. There is an exponential rise in the number of web users in India every day. So, in order to convert online viewers into potential...
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  • Marketing Strategy
    OF VODAFONE The competitors of Vodafone in India are:- • Bharti Airtel • Reliance Communications • Idea cellular Limited, Virgin Mobile • TATA (DOCOMO) • TATA Indicom • Aircel • Spice communications Limited • State owned MTNL and BSNL POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, TECHNOLOGICAL ANALYSIS Political: - Governmental...
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  • principle of management
    the late 1970s, the company adopted the Sullivan Principles. The Sullivan Principles are a code of conduct created in the mid-1970s for corporations doing business in South Africa. General Motors was the largest American employer in South Africa 4 CSR Strategies: CSR Focus: • • • • • ...
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  • Sip Report
    of India (TRAI) was created. TRAI was formed to act as a regulator to facilitate the growth of the telecom sector. New National Telecom Policy was adopted in 1999 and cellular services were also launched in the same year. Telecommunication  sector in India  can be divided into two segments: Fixed Service...
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  • Jhon
    INDIAN BUSINESS HOUSE REPORT ON THE TATA GROUP INDIAN INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (IIEBM), PUNE MEba(2008-2010) 1 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We wish to express our sincere gratitude to director jai singh marwah who gave us an opportunity to learn something new on the basis of political...
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  • Critical Analysis of Vodafone Customer Satisfaction Survey
    Sampling Area : The area of the research was Lucknow, India. CONCLUSION Vodafone with the help of its correct marketing strategy & quality products & services at an affordable price is one of the world’s leading telecom companies with the customer base of over 250 million &...
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