International Operation of a Multinational Company (Banglalink)

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Table of Contents Introduction 1 The reasons behind choosing Bangladesh 2 While entering problems faced by Banglalink 4 Industry analysis 5 Operational obstacles faced by the company 8 Entry Strategy 8 Internationalization strategy pursued by the company 10 Possible Strategy Overview 10 Current Environment 11 Conclusion 12 Reference 12 Introduction Today, telecommunication is one of the major parts of life. Nowadays, the phone is not only used for making calls, among many other functions it’s used for communicating through text-messages and so called multi-media messages, as well as to connect us to the internet. The opportunities that lie in the telecom…show more content…
They are increasingly aware that Social responsibility can be of direct economic value. Companies can contribute to social and environmental objectives, through integrating Social responsibility as a strategic investment into their core business strategy, management instruments and operations. This is an investment, not a cost, much like quality management. So, business organizations can thereby have an inclusive financial, commercial and social approach, leading to a long term strategy minimizing risks linked to uncertainty. Technological: The need for faster technological development is increasingly felt in Bangladesh. Development plans of Bangladesh have emphasized science and technological research to develop technologies through adoption of imported technology as well as development of indigenous technologies. As the country is heavily dependent on imported technologies, proper planning is required for its effective transfer through acquisition, assimilation and adoption. A National Science and Technology Policy has been formulated and adopted by the Government. It has laid down the directions for and technical activities and research, institutional and manpower development, dissemination and documentation facilities. So
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