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1 The Indian Telecom Industry : Market and Competitive Scenario The Indian telecom industry is one of the largest and fastest growing in the world. The Government's liberal policies have completely revolutionized the telecom sector. Telecom services are now available at very low prices, as a result of which the subscriber base has increased phenomenally. However, the entry of numerous players, the low average revenue per user and the reducing pace of business growth in recent years have made the industry extremely competitive, with the possibility of mergers and acquisitions looming large on the horizon. This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
2 Indian Premier League : The Big Brand in Doldrums The Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket matches have gone through three successful seasons during 2008, 2009 and 2010 respectively. IPL has been modeled broadly after similar leagues in football and other games that are popular elsewhere in the world. IPL has seen tremendous success from the commercial point of view. It has also helped to a great extent in creating excitement and interest in the game of cricket in India. However, some recent controversies related to procedural and financial improprieties have marred the image of the IPL brand. This case study takes a look at the positive and negative dimensions of IPL and offers scope for debate and discussion. This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
3 Brand Renewal : Rejuvenating and Rekindling Interest in the Brand Periodic brand renewal helps to keep a brand young and vibrant. Years may pass, but how healthy and energetic a brand remains, depends not on its age, but on how it is perceived by the consumers. Brand renewal helps in giving a fresh lease of life to a brand, which has reached a point of stagnation or decline. A brand may be renewed or rejuvenated through various means _ by providing a new zing to the product's features, or by making changes to the packaging, logo, advertising and so on.This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
4 Apparel Retail Industry Profile: India.Viewers' Recall of Products and Brands Advertised During the Telecast of IPL Matches This study is based on a survey carried out in Navi Mumbai among those who had viewed IPL matches on television during the third season in April-May 2010. It is primarily an advertising research and tries to identify the products and brands most often recalled by the viewers, among those advertised during the telecast of IPL matches. It also explores related issues such as influence of the advertisements on the buying decision, interest in watching IPL matches in multiplexes without the ad breaks, etc.This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
5 Application of Michael Porter's Five Forces Model to the Indian DTH Television Industry The Five Forces Model of Competition was postulated by Prof. Michael Porter of Harvard Business School in 1979 for analyzing an industry's competitive environment and responding to the same with appropriate strategies. This report applies the same to the Indian Direct-to-Home (DTH) television industry.This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
6 Prospects for Biometrics in Indian Retail Biometric technology has made considerable inroads in the retail sector in developed countries, particularly for making payments against one's purchases. The technology is being used as a solution for mitigating a variety of frauds, especially those related to identity theft. The Indian retail sector too offers tremendous potential for the beneficial use of this technology. The Unique Identification Authority of India's move to use biometrics has given a strong fillip to this technology in India. This report offers a preliminary assessment of the potential role that biometrics can play in the Indian retail sector.This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
7 Controversies Regarding Bollywood Films : A New Publicity Tool? Promotion is one of the four components of the marketing mix. And publicity in turn is one of the elements of promotion. Publicity is a form of marketing communication where the message appears to come from the medium itself and not from the marketer of the product or service. Marketers would normally try to elicit positive publicity in order to build goodwill among the target segments. However, several recent instances suggest that negative publicity related to controversies associated with some Bollywood films have worked strongly in their favor. The timing, context and content of the controversies also make one wonder whether controversies are being engineered as an indirect tool for promoting the films.This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
8 Successful Selling of Insurance Products: Challenges and Strategies Insurance is probably the most misunderstood and perhaps also the most avoided offering among the entire gamut of financial products. This is for the simple reason that it addresses a negative emotion _ fear, i.e., the fear of loss of life, health or property. In the light of this background, this report deals with the challenges and strategies of selling insurance products.This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
9 Out-of-Home Advertising: Catching Customers on the Move With increasing fragmentation of traditional advertising media and growing resistance among consumers to the bombardment of advertisements they are faced daily, marketers are compelled to constantly explore new avenues to increase their chances of being seen and heard by the target audience. Out-of-Home (OOH) advertising comes to the rescue of marketers with its innate ability of being economical, effective, accessible and interactive. This report explores the relative merits of this medium and provides several recent examples of its effective and innovative usage.This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
10 Indian Automobile Industry: Zooming into the Limelight The Indian automobile industry is the ninth largest industry in the world and is growing at a very fast pace. Many international players have entered India, both to cater to the domestic market and also to use India as a manufacturing hub to meet the demand in other countries. This article adopts a positive outlook and takes the view that the Indian automobile industry is headed for very bright days in the years ahead.This report explores the relative merits of this medium and provides several recent examples of its effective and innovative usage.This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
11 Technology Trends: Database Marketing Database marketing plays an important role in the modern business world. As market changes accelerate and the cost of technology declines, more industries and companies are adopting database marketing. Database marketing helps to effectively use data about consumers to sell one's products and also maintain continuous relationship with them. Many marketers outsource the collection of consumer data and also carry out data marketing activities. Several service providers have emerged to meet this requirement. This report explores the relative merits of this medium and provides several recent examples of its effective and innovative usage.This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
12 Google Goggles: A Revolution in Visual Search Technology Technological revolution in telecommunications and the Internet have led to dramatic changes in the way services can be provided to consumers and businesses. This report discusses Google Goggles _ the new visual search technology introduced by Google, which enables searching based on visuals, using mobile phones having cameras and Internet browsers. It also brings to light how this technology can be a potential tool for businesses to reach out to their prospective customers. This report explores the relative merits of this medium and provides several recent examples of its effective and innovative usage.This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
13 Brand Positioning: Prerequisite for Success in the Indian Market Positioning of brands in the minds of consumers is becoming an important determinant of market success. Does the consumer recognize and recall your brand? Has the brand been positioned in the right way in the minds of the consumers? Is it seen as synonymous with its product category? These are some questions which need to be answered by all marketers who wish to make a mark with their brands.This report explores the relative merits of this medium and provides several recent examples of its effective and innovative usage.This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
14 Sports Lifestyle Products: Emergence of a New Category The Indian subcontinent has become the most desirable destination that no international marketer can afford to ignore. However, the diversity and uniqueness of the market makes it a tough nut to crack. In an environment characterized by intense competition, the early detection of emerging trends has become critical for survival. Sportswear manufacturers are realigning their strategies, taking advantage of the largest youth population in the world and increased brand consciousness. This article looks at the strategies adopted by major sportswear brands and the trends contributing to their changed outlook. This report explores the relative merits of this medium and provides several recent examples of its effective and innovative usage.This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
15 Marketing of Banking Services The competition may be intense, yet there is room for everyone. Even today, after nearly 63 years of independence, about half the Indian population does not have access to banks. And with rising income levels, the growth potential for banking services is immense. However, in the face of increasing competition, the survival and growth of a bank largely depends on its overall efficiency. Naturally, technological and managerial developments that have impacted the marketing of banking services have to be duly considered and adopted. This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
16 Marketing of Services in Rural India: A Fortune Yet to be Discovered This report explores the current scenario with regard to four important services in rural India, namely telecom, insurance, banking and postal services. For many years, these services were provided almost exclusively by the government, with a social objective. Even to this day, basic postal services are the monopoly of the government. The private entrants into telecom, banking and insurance services are required to meet certain obligations towards catering to rural areas. But they are lagging behind, as the rural market is not as attractive as the urban market at present. However, things could change with urban markets getting saturated and rural markets becoming more viable. This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
17 Strategic Dimensions Behind the Apple iPad The Apple iPad was launched on April 3rd this year. It is described by many as the product launch of the decade. This article takes a detailed look at the strategic and product development dimensions pertaining to this unique innovation. It also unfolds a logical argument through systematic analysis based on strategic management concepts, that leadership rather than industry, company or strategic move, should be the unit of analysis for gauging future profitability. This project report will have 5 chapters including executive summary. 1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Research Methodology 4.Data Analysis and Interpretation and 5. Discussion and Conclusion. References/Bibliography and Questionnaire will be part of the report. This report is not ready made. It will be a customised product which will be prepared as per the student's university guidelines and will be delivered in soft copy within 7 working days. Rs. 5000/-
           
           

 

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