Air Tel Case Study

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REPORT ON BHARTI AIRTEL LIMITED Submitted to Prof. A. Nag Submitted By Vivek Kumar Gupta (05_F1_129) Mohd. Imran (05_F1_113) Institute of marketing and management Uploaded for CONTENTS Acknowledgment 3 Executive Summary 4 Introduction 5 Objectives 8 Methodology Primary Data Sources Secondary Data Sources 8 Analysis SWOT Analysis BCG Matrix Porter Model Ansoff matrix Environmental Analysis Competitors Analysis 12 16 17 18 19 21 Findings 25 Recommendations 26 Bibliography 27 References 27 Uploaded for 2 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT There are many people who have been of enormously help in the preparation…show more content…
Other shareholders with more than a 1% stake were: Citi Group Global Markets Mauritius Pvt Ltd (2.99%); Europacific Growth Fund (2.04%); Morgan Stanley & Co International Ltd (1.93%); CLSA Merchant Bankers Ltd A/C Calyon (1.33%); Life Insurance Corporation of India (1.34%); and, The Growth Fund of America Inc (1.11%). Sunil Bharti Mittal, the founder-chairman of Bharti Enterprises (which owns Airtel), is today, the most celebrated face of the telecom sector in India. He symbolises the adage that success comes to those who dream big and then work assiduously to deliver it. Sunil Bharti Mittal began his journey manufacturing spare parts for bicycles in the late 1970s. His strong entrepreneurial instincts gave him a unique flair for sensing new business opportunities. In the early years, Bharti established itself as a supplier of basic telecom equipment. His true calling came in the mid 1990s when the government opened up the sector and allowed private players to provide telecom services. Bharti Enterprises accepted every opportunity provided by this new policy to evolve into India's largest telecommunications company and one of India's most respected brands. Airtel was launched in 1995 in Delhi. In the ensuing years, as Uploaded for 5 the Airtel network expanded to several parts of India, the brand came to symbolise the very essence of mobile services. Product Airtel provides a

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