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manpreet Roll No : 101324 Analysis of Cases and Written Communication Kanpur confectioneries Private Limited August 18, 2010 In partial fulfilment of the requirements of the course "Written Analysis and Communication" of MBA (Full Time) ...
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WRITING ANALYSIS AND COMMUNICATION-I Assignment No. 2 CASE ANALYSIS OF KANPUR CONFECTIONORIES PRIVATE LTD. (A) Name: Hitu Kanodia 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OBJECTIVE: Kanpur Confectionaries Private Ltd (KCPL) has the vision of emerging as a leading national brand in the biscuit...
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Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad IIMA/BP0268(A) Kanpur Confectioneries Private Limited (A) On September 10, 1987, Mr. Alok Kumar Gupta, 47, Chairman and Managing Director of Kanpur Confectioneries Private Limited (KCPL), was in a meeting with his brothers, Vivek, 42, and Sanjay, 33, to...
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Kanpur Confectioneries Private Limited (A) Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh 10/09/1987 To Mr. Alok Kumar Gupta, Chairman & Managing Director From Subject: Report on accepting or not proposal from A-One Confectioneries Pvt. Ltd. I am submitting herewith the report of acceptance or not proposal...
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Kcpl Acpl Case Study
Facts of the case Kanpur confectioneries Private Limited (KCPL) was started by Mohan Kumar Gupta in 1945 to sell candies under the brand ‘MKG’. However, in the heavy competitive environment he could not compete on costs and in 1954, he set up a candy-making unit at Kanpur, the first in UP. He established...
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286231 Shikha Srivastava--shikha Proxy4 286431 Sanjay K Gupta--af9320 Proxy6 287311 Arun Prabhakar--sonu1923 Proxy6 287313 Bhola Karmali--bhola Proxy6 289231 Vivek Singh--vivek Proxy6 289318 Rahul Saxena --rahuls Proxy3 289431 Dishank Gupta --120588 Proxy3 290316 s pushkar--saumya Proxy3 290319...
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