Franchise Company Of Bangladesh

  • Subway Franchise

    Subway Franchise Course Instructor’s Name 11 August 2012 Subway Franchise The franchise concept has several advantages for both the franchisor and the franchisee. For the franchisor, offering a franchise arrangement means an easy access to capital formation brought about by the investments of franchisees (Om Sai Ram Center for Financial Management Research, 2006). Furthermore, it provides incremental income for the franchisor through royalty payments. Another advantage

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  • Franchise Project

    Franchise Project In this paper I will go in depth about franchising opportunities from several franchisors, talking about service or products the companies they offer/sell, the different fees that are required, what kind of support system the franchisors offer, their competition, and where they are located in the Upstate if they are at all. The companies that I’m going to elaborate on are Cinnabon, Dominos, Maaco, and Anytime Fitness. Franchise Description and Background Cinnabon Inc. is a

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  • Bangladesh

    COMPANY OVERVIEW Padma Oil Company is the biggest and oldest oil company and its birth dates back to the colonial period of British-India. Named as “Rangoon Oil company” it was established in the year 1871 with its main activities situated in Burma. Then in the year 1903, they established their “Moheshkhal Oil Installation” at Chittagong in the year 1903. And finally in year 1985, BOC transferred its entire property in Bangladesh in favor of Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation. Then in year 1988 the

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  • Nando's Bangladesh

    grilled peri peri chicken. Nando's has been running in Bangladesh since 2007. MGH Group brought Nando’s to Bangladesh in the late 2007, and they have been faring well ever since. All of the outlets in Bangladesh sell halal foods. Currently it is operated in the prominent locations of Dhaka and Chittagong. As a part of our Services Marketing coursework, we were assigned to evaluate the service delivery procedures of Nando’s Restaurants, Bangladesh. To do that we visited there several times and talked

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  • Dissertation Report on Comparative Analysis of Foreign Exchange Activities: a Case Study on Some Selected Banking Companies in Bangladesh

    Chapter-1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The MBA Dissertation program is a required course for the students who are completing MBA from Stamford University Bangladesh. In our economy, there are mainly three types of schedule commercial banks are in operation. They are Nationalized Commercial Banks, Local Private Commercial Banks and Foreign Private Commercial Banks. All Bank has discovered a new horizon in the field of banking area, which offers different General Banking

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  • An Appraisal of the Dividend Policy of British American Tobacco Bangladesh Company Limited (Batbc)

    CHAPTER-1 1.1 Abstract: As Bangladesh is a developing country, the corporate culture is growing very slightly in our country. One of the important aspects of a corporation is its "Dividend Policy" that affects the financial structure, flow of funds, liquidity, price of stocks, and shareholder's satisfaction. This paper attempts to determine how the British American Tobacco Bangladesh Company Ltd. (BATBC) uses its dividend policy to increase the value of the firm and the impact of dividend

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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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  • Singer Bangladesh

    BUSINESS STRATEGY TERM PAPER ON STRATEGIC ANALYSIS OF SINGER BANGLADESH LTD Submitted to Mr. A.K.M. Saiful Majid Course Instructor & Professor Strategic Management Submitted by Quazi Asaduzzaman, Roll # 14, MBA 44E B M Hasan Mahmud, Roll # 36, MBA 44E Submitted on June 13 2013 Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka June 13, 2013 Mr. A.K.M. Saiful Majid Professor Institute of Business Administration University of Dhaka. Subject: Submission of Term

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  • Franchise

    franchise 1) n. a right granted by the government to a person or corporation, such as a taxi permit, bus route, an airline's use of a public airport, business license, or corporate existence. 2) n. the right to vote in a public election. 3) v. to grant (for a periodic fee or share of profits) the right to operate a business or sell goods or services under a brand or chain name. Well-known franchise operations include McDonald's, Holiday Inns, Ace Hardware, Rexall Drug Stores, and Amway Distributors

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  • Exporting Companies in Bangladesh

    Companies involved in International Business in Bangladesh No | Name of Companies | Products | 1. | BEXIMCO Group | Textile, Ceramics, Pharmaceuticals | 2. | Saimon Group | Aviation, Building and Construction, Power and Energy | 3. | ACI Group | Pharmaceuticals, Agribusiness, Consumer products | 4. | Paradise Group | Cable , electronics, readymade garments | 5. | Navana Group | Automobile, Food, Telecommunications, Chemicals | 6. | Sunman Group | Readymade

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  • Subway Franchise

    Subway’s mission is: “Delight every customer so they want to tell their friends – with great value through fresh, delicious, made-to-order sandwiches, and an exceptional experience.” Subway’s franchise vision is to be the number one Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) franchise in the world, while delivering fresh, delicious sandwiches and an exceptional experience. Subway has three core values: family, teamwork, and opportunity. Family is important to the Subway community. “We build our business relationships

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  • Owning a Franchise

    Background and Benefits Sonic boasts one of the lowest turnover ratios in quick-service restaurant franchises. Customers can park under a shady canopy and order food through the curbside speakers. A friendly Carhop delivers orders out to the car where patrons can eat it or take it home. The concept cuts down on busy drive through lines and presents a unique eating experience to customers. A standard store layout with 24 to 36 stalls requires approximately ¾ of an acre for build out. Sonic Food is

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  • Franchise

    I made a research and decided to choose a cleaning services franchise. I chose the Maid Simple House Cleaning Franchise. It offers light cleaning services including dusting, mopping, vacuuming, and tidying. Generally, two employees perform cleaning services at each customer's home. I chose this franchise because it is a growing company with 30 years history. It is home-based business. That means tmore freedom, tax advantages. Maid Simple House Cleaning is helping aspiring enterpreneurs since 1979

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  • Franchise Development

    FRANCHISE DEVELOPMENT – DOING IT RIGHT For those of us experienced in franchising, we are often amazed when companies considering the establishment of a new franchise system (even large, well-established international companies) begin the process at the end - the development of the legal agreements. Presented with a lengthy questionnaire by their legal counsel, they are asked to provide information necessary to prepare franchise agreements and disclosure documents. The problem, though, is that the

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  • Corporate Financial Reporting Practices in Bangladesh: a Case on Leasing Companies

    The major business of most NBFIs in Bangladesh is leasing, though some are also diversifying into other lines of business like term lending, housing finance, merchant banking, equity financing, venture capital financing etc. Lease financing, term lending and housing finance constituted 94 percent of the total financing activities of all NBFIs up to June 2006. Industrial Promotion and Development Company (IPDC) was the first private sector NBFI in Bangladesh, which started its operation in 1981.

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  • Franchise Paper

    what they want. The company had its ups and downs financially during the first couple of years; but as its financial standings improved more restaurants were opened in six different locations. By 1991 the three partners had decided to franchise the business so they reached out to a law firm called Francorp do help them do this. During this time the fee for starting a franchise with Buffalo Wild Wings was between $15,000 and $20,000, a percentage of the sales, and each franchise was required to use

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  • The Scope of Finance Companies in Bangladesh

    Finance Companies: An introduction Finance companies are referred to as corporations or partnerships which are formed to offer credit facilities for household consumers and/or industries through commercial papers, mortgages, leasing of properties, etc. The primary function of finance companies is to make loans to individuals and corporations. . Financial companies do not offer deposit services; rather they source their funds through borrowing from banks and other money market sources by issuing

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  • Capital Structure Determinants of the Pharmaceutical Companies in Bangladesh: a Study in Incepta Pharmaceutical Company Limited.

    Proposal for Research On Capital Structure Determinants of the Pharmaceutical Companies in Bangladesh: A study in Incepta pharmaceutical Company Limited. Mirpur Cantonment, Dhaka-1216 Proposal for Research On Capital Structure Determinants of the Pharmaceutical Companies in Bangladesh: A study in Incepta pharmaceutical Company Limited. Prepared for Md. Sawkat Ali Lieutenant Colonel Internship Supervisor Faculty of Business Studies Prepared by |Ronald Halder

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  • Unilever Bangladesh

    is an Anglo-Dutch company, with a history of grand operation, Today it owns most of the world's consumer product brands in food, beverages, cleaning agents and personal care products. Unilever Bangladesh Ltd is one of the world’s most successful consumer goods manufacturing companies with local manufacturing facilities. Unilever brands are trusted everywhere and, by listening to the people who buy them, they've grown into one of the world's most successful consumer goods companies. In fact, 150 million

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  • Bangladesh

    Now-a-days banks are not confined to these functions solely. Other functions of commercial banks are- * Securities underwriting * Asset management * Foreign exchange trading * Commission based services etc. COMMERCIAL BANKS IN BANGLADESH After the independence there were six commercial banks that were merged and grouped in the country. Now there are 48 scheduled banks operating in the country. These are categorized as * 04- State owned commercial banks (SCB) * 05- Specialized

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  • Term Paper on Bata Shoe Companys Operations in Bangladesh

    Term Paper on Bata Shoe Companys Operations in Bangladesh INTRODUCTION: Bata Shoe Company is one of the largest companies not only in Bangladesh but also in many other countries. Bata Shoes is a large, family owned shoe company based in Bermuda but currently headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, and operates 4 business units worldwide – Bata Europe, Bata Emerging Markets, Bata Branded Business and Bata North America. It has a retail presence in over 50 countries and production facilities in 26

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  • Franchise Agreement

    When endeavouring on a new business adventure, franchise agreements certainly have some appealing aspects to them, however there are many disadvantages to also consider before signing your business away. I was able to analyze an actual franchise agreement between Mackenzie’s Big Boy Inc. and Elisa Brothers Restaurants, Inc. to explore some of these negative terms and will consider this contract a standard template in franchise agreements. A predominate disadvantage is obviously the monthly percentage

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  • A Comparative Analysis of Real Estate Companies in Bangladesh

    A Comparative Analysis of Real Estate Companies in Bangladesh: A Study on Advanced Development Technologies Ltd and Other Leading Companies ©Daffodil International University Library Page i A Comparative Analysis of Real Estate Companies in Bangladesh: A Study on Advanced Development Technologies Ltd and Other Leading Companies Prepared For Mr. Mohammad Masum Iqbal Assistant Professor Department of Business Administration Daffodil International University Prepared by, S. M. Sourav

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  • Sports Franchise

    factors when expanding the sports franchise across the borders. The U.S. sports franchises must provide good quality products and services in order to gain popularity in international market. Anyhow, this paper will focus on the importance of cultural factors in U.S. sports franchises and their products in international market, and government role in protecting sports industries. Cultural Factors There are some cultural factors that the U.S. sports franchises must overcome to increase popularity

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  • Franchise Business

    percentage of their revenue, throughout the duration of their Franchise Agreement. This means that the costs of setting up the franchise, training staff and launching the business are all covered by the franchisee rather than by the parent organisation. Similarly, once the business is up and running, it is the franchisee who will be rewarding you with a monthly income, rather than being paid by you as an employee. For these reasons, the franchise system can provide a very cost-effective route for business

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  • . Explain the Steps of Formation of a Company in Bangladesh

    . Explain the steps of formation of a company in Bangladesh Introduction: A company is an association or collection of indivitual,whether natural persons, legal persons, or a mixture of both. Every company has certain basic elements: * A name which has been reserved by the Registrar of Companies * At least one share, one shareholder and one director * A registered office where the company records are kept * An address for service where legal documents can be served * The

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  • Franchises

    Mauricio Barajas Jaimes ID: 000208124 March 8, 2015 INVESTIGATION ON FRANCHISES PRODUCT FRANCHISE: HUSSE http://www.franchise.com/franchise/pet-animal/mobile/husse-arizona/company-information.cfm Characteristics: local pet food Delivery Company with the same benefits as a global company. Headquartered in Stockholm, Husse is the European leader in the home delivery of dog, cat and horse products under the Husse brand.  How does the brand work? * You work from home and decide for yourself

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  • Franchise Paper

    Franchise Paper I chose Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches. I like their restaurants ideology and it appeals to a wide range of people all the way from old to young people. And also because they have an average net profit of $200000 and a average annual gross sales of $1,431,665 The total cost of starting this franchise is from $305,500 to $487,500 plus a royalty of 6% and an advertising fee of 4.5. The Capital or liquid cash required is 80,000 dollars. It also requires a net worth of 300,000 dollars

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  • Term Paper on Identifying the Marketing Strategy in Existing Mobile Company in Bangladesh

    On Identifying the Marketing Strategy in Existing mobile Company in Bangladesh [pic][pic][pic] [pic] [pic][pic] Siddheswari University Collage, Dhaka Department of Marketing Term paper on Identifying the Marketing Strategy in Existing Mobile Company in Bangladesh Submitted to Md. Mizanur Rahman Mazumder Chairman

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  • Cocacola Bangladesh

    Current situation: The Coca-Cola Company has been a dynamic company, always moving to anticipate and meet the present and future desires of customers and consumers. The world is changing with blinding speed in countless ways: technologically, educationally, culturally and economically. Coca-Cola Company has been able to meet these changes seeing them as new opportunities. Although it has faced many difficulties along the way, it has still been a very successful company and probably continues this way

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  • Usaid in Bangladesh

    [pic] Information Technology Enabled Services (ITES) – Bangladesh ELEMENTS OF A NATIONAL STRATEGY FOR DEVELOPMENT OF AN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ENABLED SERVICES SECTOR IN BANGLADESH USAID Bangladesh IT Enabled Services Project SETA Task Order Number: 4002-345-001 Subcontract Number: 011227001/4000 Contract Number: GSOOK97AFD2185 Table of Contents Executive Summary 3 1. Introduction 10 2. The Market for IT Enabled Services

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  • Franchises

    Franchises & Business Plans What is a franchise? Using examples from the real world, explain three advantages to the franchiser and to the franchisee. A franchise is where a business with a well-known brand name (the franchisor) lets a person (the franchisee) or a group of people set up their own business using that brand. This is in exchange for an initial fee and continuing royalty payments (a certain percentage of turnover or profit) for as long as the franchise lasts. A franchise is not

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  • Franchise

    Franchise My franchise which I chose was Mc Donald’s they sell food to people, they are based in many parts of the country. Franchise is when you use buy the name and products of a large and effective company. The size of this business is large because it has over 250 employees. It is also international according to scale because it is based in many countries like Pakistan, England, France, America and many more. A franchisee is a business or person who has the right to trade as a franchise no one

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  • Franchise Theory

    1 A REVIEW OF FRANCHISE THEORY INTRODUCTION In service based industries one of the fastest growing forms of market structure is that of franchise agreements. Certain aspects of franchise contracts tend to be idiosyncratic in nature thereby attracting a great deal of interest by academics and business analysts in recent years. Various explanations have been proposed for the widespread use of franchise contracts in certain industries. While a great deal of the franchise contract has been

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  • Franchise

    great amount of tasks for the management of the franchise. The franchisee is not capable of building his own success and customer base for his business. The franchisee is not proficient in run his independent business, therefore involves the franchise to maintain control over his business. The franchisee needs specific information on product development and market analysis of the product, the authority is delegated to the franchisor. Hiring a company owned business is not the same as managing franchisees

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  • Franchises

    CHAPTER 1: FRANCHISE INDUSTRY KPMG in India carried out a survey of Franchisors and Franchisees to solicit their perspectives on outlook for growth and how overall dynamics between Franchisor and Franchisee community is shaping up. The results of the survey have been broadly categorized under the following heads * Growth drivers for Franchising in India * Franchise Operating Models * Franchisee Satisfaction * Franchisee Support & Relationship Management

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  • Franchise Report

    FRANCHISE REPORT Ana Mª Baena Carlos Villa TABLE OF CONTENTS * Introduction to the business * Marketing mix * Review of the business in the last years * SWOT Analysis * Recommendations * Bibliography INTRODUCTION TO THE BUSINESS El Mercado Provenzal, Provencal Market in English. Is a restaurant/bar franchise chain low-cost of Spanish origin born in august 2012. It currently has more than 70 local franchised, spread throughout Spain. Its expansion plan aims to

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  • Performance Evaluation and Ratio Analysis of Pharmaceutical Company in Bangladesh

    Performance evaluation and ratio analysis of Pharmaceutical Company in Bangladesh Faruk Hossan Md Ahsan Habib Supervisor: José Ferraz Nunes Examiner: Bengt Kjellén Master‟s thesis in international Business 15 ECTS Department of Economic and Informatics University West Spring term 2010 0 ABSTRACT The thesis applies performance evaluation of pharmaceutical company in Bangladesh. It means evaluate how well the company performs. The main aim is achieved through ratio analysis of two

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  • Franchise

    terdiri dari mahasiswa, ibu ibu rumah tangga, Event Organizer, apartement residence, wisma – wisma,dan hotel. Kilos menyiapkan paket- paket investasi fanchise/ waralaba yang berbeda- beda agar sesuai dengan kemampuan modal dari investor yang tertarik. Franchise/ waralaba yang ditawarkan berupa workshop yang berkapasitas memadai. Dana yang diinvestasikan akan memberikan mesin industri yang berkemampuan lebih dan mampu menghasilkan standar kualitas yang terjamin an memuaskan. Tipe/ paket investasi waralaba

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  • Unilever Bangladesh

    Unilever Bangladesh Limited” Submitted to Sharmin Shabnam Rahman Lecturer BRAC Business School BRAC University Submitted by Md. Robin Miah Id# 06204032 BRAC University Date: 02-09-2010       September 2, 2010 SHARMIN SHABNAM RAHMAN Lecture BRAC Business School BRAC University Subject: Submission of Internship Report Dear Madam, This is to inform you that I am submitting the internship project report titled “Evaluation of Entry into Ice cream Business for Unilever Bangladesh Limited”

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  • Bangladesh

    Export Control in Bangladesh 1. Introduction: Bangladesh emerged as an independent country in 1971. She entered into International Trade actively since 1972. In the early years of independence the gap between Import and Export was very wide. This gap started to decrease from 1980s when Bangladesh adopted liberal trade policy consistent with the emerging trend of the market economy. Extensive reform programs have been implemented in trade regimes during the last two decades. The prime objective of

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  • Franchise Management

    Franchise Management “Franchising is utilized by a wide variety of companies in numerous industries to sell goods and services through retail outlets” (Birkeland, 16). Franchising is the ability to sell goods to the consumers of the world. Franchising branches off into many categories such as retail and food. Becoming a franchiser is quickly becoming one of the quickest and most effective ways in today’s society to make money (17). Becoming a franchiser means that you become the head of the

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  • Teletalk Company Bangladesh

    1. Assignment Topic Communication system and Technological advancement of Teletalk Company Bangladesh. 2 Premier University Department of Busin ess Admin istration Course name Management Information System Course Cod e CIS- 351 Prepa red fo r Mr. Rajib Datta Lecturer, Department of Business Administration Premier University Chittagong Prepared by ID Semester 0714111957 5th 0714111971 0714111954 0714111980 0714111964 0714111973 0714111955 5th 5th 5th 5th 5th 5th Name Md. Nasir Uddin

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  • Franchise Business

    Buy a franchise Introduction [pic] Taking on a franchise is an option worth considering for anyone who wants to run a business but doesn't have a specific business idea or prefers the security provided by an established concept. The right franchise can give you a head start. Instead of setting up a business from scratch, you use a proven business idea. Typically, you trade under the brand name of the business offering you the franchise, and they give you help and support. Successful franchises

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  • Ulc Leasing Company of Bangladesh

    Project on Financial Statement Analysis of United Leasing Company Limited Project on Financial Statement Analysis of United Leasing Company Limited Prepared for Dr. H. M. Mosarof Hossain Professor School of Business (MBA Program) North South University Prepared By Syeda Zabeen Ahmed, ID # 0910683060 Khadiza Akter, ID # 0930401060 Sadia Choudhury, ID # 1010366060 Toufiqur Rahman, ID # 1030291060 Md. Nazmul Ahsan, ID# 1010236060 April 08, 2011 Dr. H. M. Mosarof Hossain Professor

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  • Financial Analysis of Selected Pharmaceutical Companies in Bangladesh

    Pharmaceutical Companies in Bangladesh Md. Tofael Hossain Majumder Department of Accounting and Information Systems, Faculty of Business Studies Comilla University, Comilla, Bangladesh. Email: tofael_cou@yahoo.com Mohammed Mizanur Rahman School of Business and Economics, Atish Dipankar University of Science and Technology Dhaka, Bangladesh. Email: mizancu@yahoo.com Abstract The Pharmaceutical industry plays a vital role in the socio-economic development of Bangladesh. But the net profit

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  • Jaquar in Bangladesh

    grounds. So, to implement the theoretical concept of licensing we have chosen to market Jaquar bath accessories, a world famous Indian brand in the Bangladesh market. In the process of writing this project we have tried to implement all the aspects of licensing with the light of our limited knowledge. In the recent past most of the people in Bangladesh were not very cautious about the looks and design of the bathrooms; but now a days there is a new trend in our country to build own home or to renovate

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  • Billiard Company in Bangladesh

    I. Executive Summary: CrossRoads, a partnership ltd. Company manufacturing high quality Billiard and Snooker Accessories in Bangladesh. We are the pioneer in manufacturing Billiard and Snooker Accessories in the country. The products we are manufacturing are Billiard Board, Balls, cue and range. In producing our products we are going to use the raw materials from our country. We will use Shagun wood from Sylhet which will be collected from Savar. Also we are going to use ceramics and plastics

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  • Franchise Act

    of the Franchise Act Introduction 1. The business of franchising has transformed the face of most business practices in Malaysia and has become a revolutionary way for Malaysian companies to develop, increase their production capability and expand their distribution chain both vertically and horizontally. Franchising fosters business opportunities for Malaysian franchisees, particularly small start-up companies (the “Franchisee”) under the guidance and assistance of another company (the “Franchisor”)

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  • Franchises

    business practices and choices will have on the environment and fourth, the high quality of attitude, fairness, understanding and generosity between management, staff, customers and vendors. Objectives To reach sales amounts that will allow for the company to grow by reaching targeted sales goals that will double on the week-ends and during the tourist season, to be a viable economic entity in the community and most of all, true to our customers. We are a customer focused establishment that is committed

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