Business Plan of a Generator Company

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BUSINESS PLAN FOR AHZATA POWER Business Plan for AHZATA POWER Submitted to: Faisal Ibne Wali (FSW) Course: Entrepreneurship Course Code: MGT 368 Section: 03 Submitted by: Sl. Name ID 1. Md. Ahsan Hossain Robin 102 0865 530 2. Zahin Sawar 111 0021 030 3. Taisim Uddin Tasrif 111 0394 030 4. Takbir Hossain Bhuiyan 111 0485 030 Date: 19-08-2013 Letter of Transmittal Mr.FaisalWali Faculty, School of Business, North South University. Dhaka. Subject: Letter of Transmittal. Dear Sir, With a great pleasure, we here submit the report entitled “Business Plan for AHZATA POWER.” This was done as a part of the requirements of the course, Entrepreneurship. To give…show more content…
With the opening date of January 1st of the following year 2014, we four are seeing the dream of operating a factory for making “Diesel Generators” and setting up some sales outlets to reach our products to the customers. Factory is located on the Khapara road, Tongi, Gazipur just a few miles away from Dhaka Airport which would be a convenient location for us to distribute our products to entire Dhaka city. Names and address of the Principals: There are four partners in this business. Following are there name and address- 1. Md. Ahsan Hossain Robin Address: Mirpur,Dhaka. 2. Zahin Sarwar Address: Banani, Dhaka. 3. Takbir Hossain Bhuiyan Address: Uttara, Dhaka. 4. Taisim Uddin Tasrif Address: Bashundhara Residential Area, Dhaka. Nature of the business: “AHZATA POWER” is found by four entrepreneurs with a vision to serve Bangladesh by manufacturing and marketing high quality power generators locally. The business consists of a production unit at industrial zone of Gajipur and an administrative office at Uttara, Dhaka. The business is primarily focusing on manufacturing the generators used by industries and households. These generators are currently imported from foreign countries; however, AHZATA POWER will produce them locally that would deliver higher quality at lower cost and long time lag of import will be minimized as well as our economy will be served. The business will use our country’s skilled human resource to manufacture
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