• Titan Industries
    Titan Industries -- India's leading watch manufacturer and the world's fifth largest -- recently fired a fresh salvo in the watch market. In September, the Bangalore-headquartered US$760 million company made its very first foray into the world of plastic watches with a new range called "Super Fiber."...
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  • Titan
      C1. Manufacturers Manufacturing watches Supply to Clearing & Forwarding Agents 2. CFAs Receive goods from the manufacturer Warehouse Supply stock to various outlets Fixed remuneration from TITAN All other costs to be reimbursed by ompany name Timex Watches   Company name3. WOTs Online Ordering...
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  • Pestel Analysis of Titan Watches
    Pestel analysis of Titan Watches PESTEL analysis : Pestel stands for Political, Economical, Sociocultural, Technological Environmental, Legal analysis of the external environment affecting the business. PESTEL analysis is done by managers to understand the macro...
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  • Titan
    sales increase, profits will eventually follow. Titan industries, the watch and jewellery major is also changing its approach to its portfolio. Titan, Rs. 3,000 crore industry is moving towards a new segment what we call the life space. The strategy of Titan is discussed in the case study with an objective...
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  • Marketing
    This site provides comprehensive information on Titan Industries – a Tata enterprise, an India based watch manufacturing company. Titan Industries is also into the business of manufacturing Jewelery and Sports Sunglasses. Titan Industries, established in 1984 was a joint venture between Tamil Nadu...
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  • Intenship Training on Titan Watch Industry
    Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION Titan Industries is the world's sixth largest wrist watch manufacturer and India's leading producer of watches under the Titan, Fastrack, Sonata, Nebula, RAGA, Regalia, Octane & Xylys brand names. It is a joint venture between one of India's most respected business organizations...
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  • Titan
    Sonata brand from the parent Titan and its further association with TATA was a well long term planned strategy, as the association of Sonata built in quite strong with Titan and Titan in Indian context is synonymous with Watches thus a strong association of Sonata with the watches segment developed. But as...
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  • Case Studies
    An Analytical Study on Titan v/s Timex with respect to STP and Consumer Behaviour Prepared for: Prof. Subrat Sahu (Marketing Management) By Khushboo Mandot Roll no: 23 SKIPS LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL November 13, 2008 Prof. Subrat Sahu Marketing Management SKIPS Dear Sir, ...
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  • Titan Watches
    Seasonality One major way of promoting the titan product is through seasons. To understand a little more about it for Example. During a wedding season or for Diwali Titan promotes Nebula, Bandhan because there is demand for the product. Gold watches and pairs are the likes of a wedding occasion.,...
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  • Titan Analysis
    TITAN Company profile Titan Industries is the organization that brought about a paradigm shift in the Indian watch market when it introduced its futuristic quartz technology, complemented by international styling. With India's two most recognized and loved brands Titan and Tanishq to its credit, Titan...
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  • Titan Wrist Watch
    Introduction of Titan wrist watch Titan Industries is the world's fifth largest[citation needed] wrist watch manufacturer and India's leading producer of watches under the Titan, Fastrack, Sonata, Nebula, RAGA, Regalia, Octane & Xylys brand names. It is a joint venture between the Tata Group, and the...
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  • Titan
    Titan Industries is the world's sixth largest wrist watch manufacturer and India's leading producer of watches under the Titan, Fastrack, Sonata, Nebula, RAGA, Regalia, Octane & Xylys brand names. It is a joint venture between one of India's most respected business organizations, the Tata Group, and...
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  • Titan
    As a student of M.B.A., I underwent training at TITAN INDUSTRY HOSUR. Here, I am submitting the report of the institutional training. A detailed working experience that I have gained during the training in various departments of TITAN INDUSTRY, Hosur and. I have also given a brief profile...
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  • Sadsf
    student of M.B.A., I underwent training at TITAN WATCHES, for a period of 20 days. Here, I am submitting the report of the institutional training. A detailed working experience that I have gained during the training in various departments of TITAN, is presented. I have also given a brief...
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  • Titan
    10/31/2010 The Titan story Home About us World of Titan Media Room Contact us Corporate Collections The Titan Story Downloads Titan TV New Arrivals The Titan Story Early 2001, when Indian consumers rated Titan ahead of all other brands as the Most Admired Brand in India across all product...
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  • Titan
    [pic] TITAN AS A BRAND Early 2001, when Indian consumers rated Titan ahead of all other brands as the Most Admired Brand in India across all product categories (the first ever such survey done by Brand Equity), It did not surprise people that a 13 year-old had managed to beat many older and more...
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  • Titan Casestudy
    Titan - The Outsourcing Journey "Once Titan puts its valuable name on the watch it does not matter to the customer whether we have manufactured it, or assembled it, or fully outsourced it." - Jacob Kurien, Vice-President (Marketing), Titan, in 1999. Introduction In late 1999, the top management...
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  • Zohaib
    cost watches to the consumers. * Having a strong distribution network channel for consumers. 2. Critical Success Factors: Critical success factors for the firm are quite essential that provide one company competitive advantage over other firm. Critical Success Factor | No. | Titan | Timex...
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  • Titan
    Titan - The Outsourcing Journey Introduction In late 1999, the top management of Titan Industries Ltd. (Titan), India's leading watch, clock and jewelry manufacturer, was surprised when several senior executives threatened to resign. The threats reportedly came after a long period of employee unrest...
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  • Titan
    TITAN OCTANE Note: All information in the case has been garnered from sources in the public domain. This case has been developed for purely academic purposes, and is not in any way the intended or actual plan of Titan Industries Ltd. Comstrat 2009                                   Visit us at www...
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