A Report On Prospects and Problems of Telecommunication.

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Download this Report from here: http://studyassignment.blogspot.com/2014/05/a-report-on-prospects-and-problems-of.html Executive Summary In today’s competitive business environment, mobile operators have to compete in the industry by facing the problems and overcome it, taking initiative considering the prospects of the industry, and finally taking marketing strategy for the customers and overall the industry. If Government, authorities, companies will give attention in this sector then whole industry will be benefited as well as general people, country and companies. The main objective of this term paper is to show the problems and prospects of telecommunication. It can be said that the Bangladesh telecom market has a lot of…show more content…
1.4. Objective: The objectives of the study are as follows: Specific objective: • To present an overview of telecommunication sector in Bangladesh. • To present the practical problem that general people are facing day-by-day. • To find out the specific prospect of telecommunication sector in Bangladesh. • To highlight the telecommunication sector scenario of the country. • To present the major findings that I have gathered through thesis program and preparing the report • To recommend the actions that should be taken by the industry to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of its performance. • To find out the marketing strategies. 1.5. Methodology: Secondary data are collected basically from Journals, Brochures, Annual Reports, Papers, Magazines, Publications, Books, and others form of publications as well as websites. I have analyzed the data using my own judgments. 1.6. Limitations of the Study: In conducting the study, some problems were created. They are as follows: • There is no structured data for study. • Lack of practical skills. • During my thesis program up to date information was not published. • The time of this study was very inadequate to obtain depth knowledge in every company. • The company’s officials though helpful in every respect do not have much time to explain the internal procedures. • Confidentiality of data was another important barrier that was
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