Pran Choco Choco

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Term Paper Topic- Value Chain
Organization – PRAN
Product – PRAN Choco Choco

Submitted to
Shawkat Kamal
Assistant Professor
BRAC BUSINESS SCHOOL,
BRAC University.
Submitted By
Anesat Jahan
MD. Shahidul Islam
Sumaiya Hossain
Khawza Moinuddin
Zannat Tahera Lamia
Shafiqul Islam Sutirtha

Letter of Transmittal
July 26, 2011
Shawkat Kamal
Assistant Professor
BRAC BUSINESS SCHOOL,
BRAC University.

Subject: Submission of Project Report
Dear Sir,
With great pleasure we are submitting our report on “The Value chain management of PRAN CHOCO CHOCO”, that you have assigned us as an important requirement of MGT401 course. We have found the study to be quite interesting & beneficial. We have tried our best to follow your guidelines in every aspect on our report. We have collected what seems to be most important information to make our report as specific and coherent as possible.
We are earnestly thankful to you for your guidance during the preparation of this report. We hope you will appreciate our combined effort put forth hereby.
Thanking You.
Anesat Jahan
MD. Shahidul Islam
Sumaiya Hossain
Khawza Moinuddin
Zannat Tahera Lamia
Shafiqul Islam Sutirtha
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

 First of all we are graceful to almighty Allah for giving us the power to finish our term paper with a well established way and at a perfect or schedule time period. To make a report it needs a lot of information, effort, link, members’ coordination and so on. The main purpose of this report is to analyze the “Value Chain Management process of PRAN CHOCO CHOCO” . To make this report all the thanks goes to Mr. A.K. Azad, Line In Charge PRAN Choco Choco factor. He helped us a lot about giving information of PRAN Choco Choco. He gave us long patient hearing and sitting, practical orientation and answering our numerous quarries nicely. Also Mr.…...

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