Bharti Airtel

  • Airtel

    3 marks: 1. What is current assets policy? State the policies related to current asstes management. 2. State the matching approach concept of working capital policy. 3. What do you understand by the cost trade-off? 4. State the difference between pledge and mortgage? 5. What is optimal conversion size/amount? 6. What are short costs? 7. what is cash cycle? 8. State the difference between bank overdraft and cash credit. 9. Briefly explain the modes of security of bank financing. 7 marks:

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  • Bharti Airtel

    Hai |1 Case 5 – Strategic Outsourcing at Bharti Airtel Limited 1. Do you think Bharti should enter the outsourcing agreements outlined by Gupta? What do you see as advantages and disadvantages of such agreements? In my opinion, Bharti should go ahead with its outsourcing agreements outline by Gupta. There are advantages and disadvantages of delegating its telecommunications and IT networks to vendors. First of all, Indian market for Telecom is growing exponentially. In 1989, there were 4.2

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  • Marketing Mix of Bharathi Airtel

    ) Company Overview Bharti Airtel Limited (Bharti Airtel) is a provider of an integrated telecommunication service, based in India. The company is principally involved in the business of operating telecom services in the Indian Subcontinent. The company’s telecommunication business is broadly categorized into three service units namely, Mobile Services, Telemedia Services and Enterprise Services. The Mobile Service unit provides mobile and fixed wireless services using global system for mobile (GSM)

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  • Walmart/Bharti Joint Venture

    Williams, Ryan Challenged Exam Part 1 Walmart-Bharti Case Walmart-Bharti Case (1A) it’s quite simple how Wal-Mart became a world leader in supply chain management. Wal-Mart’s main focus was to develop cost structures that would allow them to provide low costs friendly everyday prices for all of its customers. They accomplished this by eventually cutting off all middle man distributors. Although this is what ultimately Wal-Mart above the rest of the competition it didn’t work right away

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  • Bharti Airtel in Africa

    Case #2: Bharti Airtel in Africa Competition in African markets is fierce. It really is a war zone. And, as with any conflict, the outcome hinges on decisions regarding strategy – and the available weaponry. Winning wars is not just a matter of having the best weaponry, although that helps. Without a strategy, chaotic retreat is the order of the day. Roy Johnson Bharti Airtel has a history of making first moves and emerging

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  • Eic Analysis Airtel

    E-I-C Analysis Bharti - Airtel 1. Economy Analysis GDP Growth Rate Annual GDP Growth Rate % change over the previous year 12 9.6 9.3 9.4 9.7 8.5 7.8 7.5 8.6 10 8 6 4 2 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 9.4 9.3 8.9 8.3 Industry Percentage change over previous year at 2004-05 prices at current prices 2010-11 2011-12 2010-11 2011-12 7.0 2.5 17.7 12.6 5.0 7.6 3.0 8.0 11.1 10.4 4.5 -2.2 3.9 8.3 4.8 11.2 9.1 5.9 21.5 14.7 10.2 16.5 18.2 21.7 15.3 15.0 11.9 9.2 14.6 18.7 19.3 15.6 1 Agriculture

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  • Airtel

    Airtel pricing : There are two segements of consumers-High demand and Low demand consumers.High demand consumers will have higher utility for services than low demand consumers.High demand users will be willing to pay higher entry charge to avail the service than low demand consumers.Therefore,Airtel will extract maximum consumer surplus from high demand consumers (40.5 in this case)by keeping the entry fees high and in order to expand their market they will charge lower entry fees(3.125) from low

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  • Bharti Airtel

    Bharti AirTel Case Digest Bharti AirTel Limited, although in relatively good financial standing, should be very careful in allocating its limited resources. Investments for network installation, maintenance, service and IT systems can cause significant pressure in Bharti’s working capital. As such, investment decisions can make or break Bharti. There are several key reasons why Bharti should outsource its network and IT systems. The first reason is the rapidly changing environment of the telecommunication

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  • Airtel Marketing and Strategy

    Strategy Airtel is the single largest player, both in terms of revenue and customers in the Wireless segment and in the Airtel Business segment in India. It is the largest private player in the Telemedia services – Broadband and Fixed Line services. It also is one of the leading players in the other SBU’s – Digital TV services, and passive infrastructure services. As the market leader, Airtel is making efforts to expand the total market, as well as defend its market share. Airtel has played a

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  • Airtel- Financial Ratio Analysis

    increase will have to happen eventually, it remains to be seen if all operators would make this move in the current fiscal or not. 5 2. COMPANY LEADER ANALYSIS In India, Airtel has the largest market share among the private company. Hence, we have chosen the company as the company leader. Here are the ratios for the Airtel in the last 5 years. 6 Analysis We have seen the overall ratios for the company. Now, looking at the ratio one by one, 1) Profitability: These ratios give users a good

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  • Customers Satisfaction of Airtel Bangladesh

    Topic Name Customers Attitude towards AIRTEL BANGLADESH Section: I Group: C Submitted To: Dr.Md.Mamun Habib Name ID 1. DAS, AMIT 10-17652-3 2. ISLAM, NABILA

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  • Airtel

    BO BHARTI IN 3Q 68.0 8.0 18.0 6.0 4Q 69.0 9.0 17.0 5.0 CMP : INR 324 Rating : Buy Target : INR 410 Bharti Airtel Margins contract due to higher network costs and fuel expenses… Operating matrics in India improves, while that of Africa disappoints … Voice realization in both India and Africa continues to remain under pressure, but higher AMOU in India is a major positive… Headline tariffs are set to improve… Maintain 'Buy' rating on the stock with revised price target of Rs 410 Bharti Airtel's

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  • Airtel Profile

    COMPANY PROFILE Bharti Tele-Ventures was incorporated on July 7, 1995 as a company with limited liability under the Companies Act, for promoting telecommunications services. Bharti Tele-Ventures received certificate for commencement of business on January 18, 1996. The Company was initially formed as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bharti Telecom Limited. Bharti Airtel Ltd is one of the world's leading providers of telecommunication. Airtel has GSM network in all countries in which it operates, providing

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  • Airtel

    09 | 20.32 | 24.82 | 40.79 | 32.90 | | | | | | Book Value | 130.16 | 115.42 | 96.24 | 145.01 | 106.34 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Source : Dion Global Solutions Limited | | | | | | Profit & Loss For Bharti Airtel Ltd. (Rs in Cr) | Mar' 12 | Mar' 11 | Mar' 10 | Mar' 09 | Mar' 08 | Income : | | | | | | Operating Income | 41,603.80 | 38,015.80 | 35,609.54 | 34,048.32 | 25,761.11 | Expenses | | | | | | Material Consumed | 18.30 | 244.10 | 313

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  • Assignment on Sensory Marketing of Airtel

    2. Auditory Sound is used in branding to evoke emotions and feelings to influence brand experiences and interpretations. Sound when matched with a message is a powerful way to make the customer remember it. Jingle of Airtel 3. Olfactory Smell is used in branding because it increases the customers' remembrance of the brand. Smell is the sense most linked to our emotional recollection. It can create instant connections between a brand and other memories. *

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  • Bharti Airtel

    BALANCE SHEET OF BHARTI AIRTELFor the year ended 2013 (in crores) | LIABILITIES | 2012 | 2013 | ASSETS | 2012 | 2013 |   |   |   | |   |   | EQUITY SHARE CAPITAL | 1898.80 | 1898.80 | GROSS BLOCK | 70450.30 | 76206.10 | RESERVES | 47528.70 | 52247.40 | LESS:DEPRICIATION | -26466.00 | -33023.50 | REVALUATION RESERVE | 2.10 | 0.00 | | 43984.30 | 43182.60 | TOTAL DEBT: |   |   | CAPITAL WORK-IN-PROGRESS | 1072.50 | 1030.80 | SECURED LOAN | 2.90 | 2.00 | INVESTMENTS | 12337.80 | 28199

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  • Reort on Airtel

    Submitted By:- Bhuvaneshwar S. Kushwah 12BSP0292 Bharti Airtel Ltd. (DTH Division) Contents Introduction 3 History of Airtel Digital T.V (DTH) 3 Hardware Information 4 How digital TV works 4 Objective of the Project 6 Methodology 7 Competitors of Airtel Digital T.V 7 Mystery shopping 9 Importance of mystery shopping 9 Half of the week I was visiting one Airtel digital T.V Outlet 9 Creating new outlet of Airtel digital T.V. (DTH) 10 Why we were targeting these shops

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  • Bharti Walmart Venture

    Bharti, Wal-Mart end joint venture Bharti Enterprises and Wal-Mart Stores have finally downed the shutters on one of the most ambitious joint ventures in the country. TNN | Oct 10, 2013, 05.26AM IST NEW DELHI: Bharti Enterprises and Wal-Mart Stores have finally downed the shutters on one of the most ambitious joint ventures in the country. The two companies announced that they are breaking off their seven-year-old alliance to pursue their retail dreams independently. The two had a 50:50 partnership

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  • Airtel

    SBI VS HDFC Although all banks recognize the need for CRM, not every bank is implementing the complete CRM concept. The way CRM has been implemented thus far seems to depend heavily on the current balance between the discretionary and advisory services that the bank provides. Customer Relationship Management is beneficial for all stakeholders: customers, employees, and investors. It is being used large or small banks in India as well as abroad. Due to privatization, deregulation, and globalization

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  • Factors Influencing Consumers’ Buying Pattern Toward Telecom Operator in Bangladesh: a Study on Airtel Bangladesh Limited

    Introduction: Airtel Bangladesh Ltd. is a GSM-based cellular operator in Bangladesh. Airtel is the sixth mobile phone carrier to enter the Bangladesh market, and originally launched commercial operations under the brand name "Warid Telecom" on May 10, 2007. Bharti Airtel Limited of India took management control of the company and its board, and rebranded the company's services under its own Airtel brand from December 20, 2010. The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission approved the

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  • Bharti Airtel

    If you were Bharti, what major concerns would you have about entering an outsourcing agreement with IBM? With Ericson, Nokia or Siemens? Bharti Airtel started as a very small company with only $900 capital. Who would have imagined it would have become India biggest Telecom Company. Today, Airtel is the largest provider of mobile telephony and second largest provider of fixed telephony in India, and is also a provider of broadband and subscription television services. It offers its telecom services

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  • Barthi Airtel Case

    Bharti Airtel Case: 1. How generalizable is Bharthi’s asset-light strategy for business innovation in general? Creemos que la estrategia de Bharthi, es generalizable, sobretodo porqué hizo lo mejor para su mercado, lo escuchó, atendió sus necesidades y esto llevó a la empresa a redefinir su arquitectura de valor. Bharthi supo aceptar sus debilidades y ver por otras alternativas a sus fuentes de tecnología, distribución y atención al cliente. En una industria costosa y de alta especialización

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  • Airtel Perception

    6 | | | -AIRTEL logo |7 | | | -Bharati’s vision |8 | | | -Bharati’s Mission |9 | |1.2.1 |Network of AIRTEL

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  • Regional Analysis Airtel

    Executive Summary Bharti Airtel, a leading telecommunications provider in India has seen an enormous growth since the opening up of the Indian economy after the economic reforms initiated by the then PM of India, Mr. P.V.Narasimharao towards liberalization, globalization and privatization. Airtel is now the fourth largest telecom company in the world in terms of subscriber base and is the leading telecom carrier in India. The phenomenal growth of Airtel has been due its outstanding and unique

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  • Airtel

    TOPICS: Airtel Bangladesh Ltd. SUBMITTED TO Mahmud Zubayer Assistant Professor Department Of Business Administration East West University SUBMITTED BY Hasnat Jahan Nira: 2012-2-10-229 Md. Abul Kalam: 2012-2-10-126 Md. Abu Bakar Siddique Bhuiyan: 2010-2-10-327 LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL 10th December, 2013 To, Mahmud Zubayer Assistant Professor Department of Business Administration East West University. Subject: Consumer perception of e-advertising about “Airtel Bangladesh

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  • Customer Perception on Airtel.

    leased lines, ISDN, closed user group and videoconferencing. Cellular services can be further divided into two categories: Global System for Mobile Communications (OSM) and Code division Multiple Access (CDMA). The GSM sector is dominated by Airtel, Vodafone-Hutch, and Idea Cellular, while the CDMA sector is dominated by Reliance and Tata Indicom. Opening up of international and domestic long distance telephony services are the major growth drivers for cellular industry. Cellular operators get

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  • International Expansion Strategy of Airtel

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report examines the international expansion process of Bharti Airtel as a result of increasing competition in the Indian telecom industry during the last 2-3 years. The report provides a detailed account of the evolution of the Indian telecom industry analysis. It gauges the industry through YIP’s globalization drivers and measures industry attractiveness through Porter’s Five Forces model. It also provides information about the increasing saturation and declining Average

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  • Walmart-Bharti

    product markets, expand into new geographic areas and participate in new technology driven value activities (Sullivan, 2014). For the purpose of this project we decided to analyze the recently concluded Joint Venture between Walmart Inc. and Bharti Enterprises. Bharti Enterprises is an Indian Business conglomerate, which owns various businesses spanning across telecommunications, retail, financial services and manufacturing. It operates in 20 countries across Asia and Africa. Wal-Mart Stores Inc., branded

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  • Report on Airtel

    Report on Air Tel Company Introduction Bharti airtel is a leading telecommunications company with services in 20 countries across south Asia, Africa and the channel islands.it was established in 7 July, 1995 as a public limited company, its headquarter is in new Delhi, India and employed 15,563 people approximately. The Bharti airtel have been organized their businesses into four strategic business units by the services such as Airtel Tele media (fixed line), mobile services, digital TV and enterprise

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  • Sip Report Bharati Airtel :: Back to School

    Bharti Airtel’s “Back to School” Campaign SIP project report submitted in partial fulfillment of requirements for the PGDM programme Submitted by Ankita Agrawal 2010038 Company Guide Mr. Tarun Hans Faculty Guide Prof. Subodh Tagare Institute of Management Technology, Nagpur PGDM 2010-12 Page 1 Acknowledgement I am grateful to Bharti Airtel Limited for giving me the opportunity to do my Summer Internship Project with the organization and for providing an opportunity to work on a

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  • Strategic Outsourcing at Bharti

    1. Do you think Bharti should enter the outsourcing agreements outlined by Gupta? What do you see as advantages and disadvantages of such agreements? Generally speaking, I think Bharti should enter the outsourcing agreements outlined by Gupta. There are serval advantages of such agreements: 1.First-mover advantage. Bharti can reduce the time cost from planning to operation. By using the technology and expertise of the supplier, they can quickly develop new products and cut short on time. 2. Lower

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  • Case Analysis - Bharti Airtel

    Case Analysis: Bharti Airtel | | Introduction Bharti Airtel Limited is a major Indian telecommunications firm, with a particular focus on operating in the mobile services market. Founded in 1995, the company quickly tried to exploit growth opportunities arising from the liberalization of Indian telecommunication markets. The family owned business was soon able to generate profits and extend market shares. However, the pace of company growth challenges the firm in terms of being able

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  • Airtel

    PROJECT REPORT ON MARKETING STRATEGIES OF AIRTEL SUBMITTED UNDER PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR TRAINING SUPERVISOR: PROJECT ADVISOR: SUBMITTED BY: SESSION: ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I acknowledge the sincere assistance provided to me from several rather unexpected quarters during the course of execution of this study. It would be a mammoth task to place on record my gratitude to each and every one of them but a whole hearted attempt would be made nevertheless, least I be branded

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  • Airtel Business Model Stgy

    CASE HIGHLIGHTS Bharti Airtel, in 1995, won govt tender to launch mobile telecom services in Delhi Initial investment was high Spectrum License, Towers, Telecom networks, supports systems Funded through debt – this meant high charges for subscribers 2002 – Running out of money + New entrants Shifted focus from ARPU to: A. Gross Revenue and Profit B. Operating Efficiency C. Capital Productivity Potential market then expanded to entire Indian population Cost reduction targeted by way of

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  • Airtel

    Together good things happen... Bharti Airtel Annual Report 2009-10 Airtel centre The Airtel Centre – Inaugurated on November 13, 2009 Centre of excellence that houses more than 3,000 employees, 13 offices and spread over 600,000 sq.ft. Table Bharti Airtel Annual Report 2010 of contents 1 Corporate information 2 Corporate history and Top 30 shareholders 3 Performance at a glance 4 Awards & honours 5 Chairman’s message 6 Board of directors 7 CEO (International) & JMD’s message

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  • Airtel Strategy Management Term Paper

    Building and Sharing Vital Infrastructure Building and Sharing Vital Infrastructure Bharti Crescent, 1 Nelson Mandela Road Vasant Kunj, Phase II, New Delhi - 110 070 www.bharti-infratel.com Annual Report 2012-13 Table of Contents Corporate Information 1 Board of Directors 2 Performance at a Glance 4 Joint Message from the Chairman and Managing Director 6 CEO’s Message 8 Corporate Social Responsibility 10 Directors’ Report 15 Management Discussion

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  • Recruitment and Selection Process of Airtel Bangladesh Limited: an Evaluation

    Recruitment and Selection process of Airtel Bangladesh Limited: An Evaluation CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY This report is prepared to fulfill the partial requirement of the Internship program of the Evening MBA program of the Department of Management Studies, University of Dhaka. Similar to any other university or business school after completion of the MBA program (academic courses) every student must have to complete the internship program as a required course

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  • Bharti Airtel

    Bharti Airtel Case In the year 2004, Bharti Airtel was at an important crossroads where the company needed to make decisions that would be instrumental in deciding how successful the company would be in the future. The company was growing at an incredible pace, 100% per year, and it was having trouble keeping up with the growth in order to maintain the network. The process of budgeting, maintaining vendor contracts, and managing IT capital expenditure were starting to become a formidable challenge

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  • Airtel Case Analysis

    CaseId – Bharti Case Title - Strategic Outsourcing at Bharti Airtel Limited Q1. Gupta’s proposal is comparable to “giving the family jewels to outsiders.” Why, or why not? Yes, if the core competence of a company is equivalent to family jewels, Gupta’s proposal is comparable to “giving the family jewels to outsiders”. Network management and operations expertise define a company like Bharti, it is the competitive differentiator and it takes a considerable number of years to achieve excellence

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  • Airtel

    Bharti Airtel has made strategic organisational changes to enhance its focus on expanding operations to international markets beyond India and South Asia. The company has created a new international business group, which will be responsible for the company's expansion plans. Manoj Kohli, joint managing director and chief executive of Indian and South Asian operations, has been appointed as the head the newly created international business division. Sanjay Kapoor, currently the deputy CEO of

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  • Hrm Practices of Citycell and Airtel(Collected)

    of the study is to make an analysis on the Human Resource Management Practice In Citicell & Airtel. Specific objective: ➢ To have an understanding of cellular industry in Bangladesh. ➢ To identify the level of Practice of HRM. ➢ To find out the development scope of the companies regarding HRM practice. ➢ To represent a guide line for the future course of action of Citicell and Airtel in using the HRM. 1.3: Methodology The study requires a systematic procedure

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  • Airtel

    Examination Paper of Organizational Behaviour IIBM Institute of Business Management Examination Paper SubjectCode-B105 MM.100 Organizational Behaviour Section A: Objective Type & Short Questions (30 marks)    This section consists of Multiple Choice and short notes type questions  Answer all the questions.  Part one carries 1 mark each and part two carries 5 marks each. Part A:Multiple Choices:1. Which of the following is not comes under Maslow‟s needs theory? 1.

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  • Pestle Analysis of Airtel Bd

    Bangladesh, Airtel considers long term and short term state of the trading market. * Inflation is controlling by state bank and under strict eyes * Unemployment rate is going up and up with the increase of level of poverty. Airtel contributes to lower the level of unemployment rate by providing job opportunities for different level of people. For example – beginning from customer care service staffs to Managing Director etc. Social During the formation of marketing strategies, Airtel looks

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  • Bharti Axa

    A PROJECT REPORT ON ANALYSIS OF BHARTI AXA RANGE OF SERVICES AT BHARTI AXA LIFE INSURANCE In the Partial Fulfillment of the Degree of Bachelor of Commerce Session 2012-2015 Under Punjab Technical University (PTU) Submitted By: PRIYA MANHAS B.COM (P) 5th SEMESTER UNIVERSITY ROLL NO.:1268348 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT While submitting the project on “Analysis of Bharti AXA Range of Services” I avail this opportunity to express our gratitude towards all those who guided and helped to finish

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  • Airtel

    arde123-323275-airtel-presentation-final-others-misc-ppt-powerpoint/ http://www.moneycontrol.com/company-facts/bhartiairtel/history/BA08 Company History - Bharti Airtel Bharti Tele-Ventures was incorporated on July 7, 1995 as a company with limited liability under the Companies Act, for promoting telecommunications services. Bharti Tele-Ventures received certificate for commencement of business on January 18, 1996.The Company was initially formed as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bharti Telecom

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  • Airtel

    1. Introduction The Tenant Farmers Association (TFA) and The National Beef Association (NBA) commissioned a review of the marketplace to provide strategic direction for the farming industry. Aims of this report The purpose of this report is to provide a marketing strategy to help the British farming industry to become market focused. However, this must be delivered for the long-term benefit of the consumer. Therefore, the following principles were agreed as a framework: 1. The consumer should have

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  • Airtel

    Churn Prediction Vladislav Lazarov vladislav.lazarov@in.tum.de Technische Universität München Marius Capota Technische Universität München mariuscapota@yahoo.com ABSTRACT The rapid growth of the market in every sector is leading to a bigger subscriber base for service providers. More competitors, new and innovative business models and better services are increasing the cost of customer acquisition. In this environment service providers have realized the importance of the retention of

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  • Airtel Annual Repot Discussion

    Bharti Airtel Limited Annual Report 2010-11 Board of directors Sunil Bharti Mittal Akhil Gupta Chua Sock Koong N. Kumar Ajay Lal Craig Ehrlich Pulak Prasad Rakesh Bharti Mittal Tan Yong Choo Evan Mervyn Davies Rajan Bharti Mittal Hui Weng Cheong Nikesh Arora Salim Ahmed Salim Tsun-yan Hsieh Manoj Kohli Table of contents Corporate information Performance at a glance rformance Chairman's message airman's CEO (International) & JMD's message O

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  • Viral Marketing for Airtel Money

    Xerox center) 4) Shopping To create a buzz in the campus first thing which can be done is to bring the collage canteen and Xerox center under the scheme and in initial phase some discount can be given to student if they avail these service through Airtel Money. Then we have to look for specific restaurant, multiplexes and malls (campus wise) where student generally hangs around. If students are given discount on these restaurant and multiplexes, then the usability can be increased. After these the

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  • Airtel Satisfaction

    development of this work and who influenced my thinking, behaviour, and acts during the course of study. I would like to express sincere gratitude to Ms. Himani Sharma worthy Principal for providing me an opportunity to undergo summer training at Bharti Airtel I am thankful to Mr Lalit Bhardwaj, National Head, Channel and Distribution, Broadband and Data and Mr. Manish Chahlia, Marketing Manager for their support, cooperation, and motivation provided to me during the training for constant inspiration

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