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  • Tata Motors Strategy

    Tata Motors Industry Analysis: Tata Motors is currently situated in India with only 6% of the revenue coming from exports. India’s automobile market has grown steadily over the last seven to eight years‚ with the exception of the previous two years where the effects of the global downturn were felt‚ primarily in sales of passenger vehicles. Indian automobile market (passenger vehicle) share is currently little more than 4% of the total available market. In the year 2011-12‚ total 2.53 million

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  • Strategy on Tata Motors

    The purchase of the Jaguar and Land Rover brands catapulted Tata into a different league‚ while also expanding its global footprint dramatically. Jaguar and Land Rover are highly sophisticated vehicles‚ well-engineered and superbly designed‚ selling to the upper middle-class motorists around the world. While Tata Motors has been running its UK subsidiary at an arm ’s length‚ it could eventually benefit from its engineering‚ design and marketing expertise. However‚ the benefits have not been yet

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  • Strategies of Tata Motors

    Brand name • Functionality • Styling • Quality • Safety • Packaging • Repairs and Support • Warranty • Accessories and services Price Decisions Some examples of pricing decisions to be made include: • Pricing strategy (skim‚ penetration‚ etc.) • Suggested retail price • Volume discounts and wholesale pricing • Cash and early payment discounts • Seasonal pricing • Bundling • Price flexibility • Price discrimination Distribution(Place)

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  • Strategy and Structure of Tata Motors

    Introduction As we all know‚ strategy and structure is one of the most fundamental and significant part of an organization. Strategy and structure is come up by planning process during processes of management in organization‚ therefore‚ it is not possible to ignore how well an organization in determining its mission and goal‚ planning appropriate strategies and structures of organization and implementing these strategies. Strategy is the direct result of decision making and structure is the indirect

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  • Marketing Strategies of Tata Motors

    Marketing strategies of TATA motors is one of the most successful marketing strategies in automobile industry. By looking at the SWOT analysis of Tata Motors‚ you will know why Tata Motors Company is able to produce more than 4 million different types of vehicles such asc a r s‚ trucks‚ commercial vehicles‚ 4×4…etc since the company began in 1945. Meanwhile‚ Tata Motors Limited has also become the largest automobile producer in India market. Marketing strategies of Tata motors What makes

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  • Tata Motors - Innovation Strategy

    INNOVATION STRATEGY _________________ OCTOBER 2010 ------------------------------------------------- TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY3 2. TATA NANO: LESSONS FROM AN INNOVATOR4 History of Tata Motors4 The Indian Automotive Industry 5 The Origin of the Nano 7 Tata’s Unique Business Model 8 Activities at Tata Motors 11 Effects on India’s Ecology and Economy 12 Risk of Imitation 13 Sustaining Competitive Advantage 13 3. REFERENCES16 4. EXHIBIT 117 1. -------------------------------------------------

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  • Tata Motors

    TATA MOTORS I. INTRODUCTION Tata Group is an Indian multinational company headquartered MUMBAI‚ MAHARASHTRA‚ INDIA. Tata group business is spread across 7 sectors their main sector being steels. Their empire is spread across 6 continents and has its presence in 80 nations. The combined market capitalization of all the 31 listed Tata companies was $89.88 billion as of March 2012.Tata group gets its major revenue from overseas market contributing 58%. Tata Motors Limited is an Indian multinational

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  • Tata Motors

    Tata Motors The Indian Automobile industry The automotive sector is one of the core industries of the Indian economy‚ Continuous economic liberalization over the years by the government of India has resulted in making India as one of the prime business destination for many global automotive players. The automotive sector in India is growing at around 18 per cent per annum. The cumulative annual growth rate of production of the automotive industry from the year 2000-2001 to 2005-2006 was 17 per

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    Introduction An automobile or motor car is a wheeled motor vehicle for transporting passengers; which also carries its own engine or motor. Most definitions of the term specify automobiles are designed to run primarily on roads‚ to have . seating for one to eight people‚ to typically have four wheels‚ and to be constructed principally for the transport of people rather than goods. Automobile comes via the French language‚ from the Greek auto [self] and mobiles [moving]; meaning a vehicle that

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  • Tata Motors

    Tata Motors Limited: Ratan’s Next Step Executive Summary Ratan Tata‚ chairman of Tata Motors Limited (Tata Motors)‚ came out with the good reputation "the world’s cheapest car" into New Delhi Auto Expo. Introduction of Tata’s background Situational Analysis Strengths Manufacturer of the world’s cheapest car 81% of domestic sales in India Diverse and complete range of resources (98 companies in 80 countries) Own steel factory resource Ratan’s well-known understanding of business (auto design

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