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    Markeying Pactice Lemelight on 4ps and Stp

    them facilities c) Industry analysis: We can do this industry by classifying it into some categories.  No. of competitors: There is some competitor who is competing with this furniture industry. They are: i. Partex furniture ii. Otobi furniture iii. Aftab furniture iv. Bengal furniture v. Intraco furniture vi. Navana furniture vii. Akhter furniture  Background: Hatil furniture is a leading door and furniture manufacturer in Bangladesh. At first it was established

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    Research Papers

        Internship Report           on                           Experiential Retail of  OTOBI Ltd.  Internship Report On Experiential Retail of OTOBI Ltd. BUS-400 Submitted To: Suman Paul Chowdhury (Main Advisor) Senior Lecturer BRAC Business School Submitted By: Shahriyar Hasan ID: 05304052 BRAC Business School Mahmudul Haq (Second Advisor) Assistant Professor BRAC Business School Date: 9th May, 2010 Executive Summary After getting the four years theoretical knowledge

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    Feasibility of Establishing a Fruit Juice Selling Chain in Dhaka City

    attractively. It may hire its own team of architect and decorator to do the job. Its decoration should reflect its marketing theme clearly and provide ample space for all consumers. Mr. Faisal Rahman, an executive of BFC, said: “We have an agreement with Otobi. The furniture they supply us are of unique design and you will see them only in BFC outlets.” The chain may also adapt such a strategy to tell consumers about its mission and policies through decoration. Parking Facility: Parking facility is a

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    Otobi

    REFERENCE GROUP IN A COGNITIVE MEASUREMENT ABOUT OTOBI FURNITURE” 1. Introduction: Otobi began its long run journey in 1975 when painter & sculptor Nitune Kundu set up a small workshop with an even smaller budget. The only thing he was rich in was his passion, creativity & his gut feelings. Over the years Otobi transformed in to a solid brand, known for its superior quality furniture & choice of designs, with operations across many cities. Today Otobi, backed by world class business processes, is

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    Exporting Companies in Bangladesh

    Paradise Group | Cable , electronics, readymade garments | 5. | Navana Group | Automobile, Food, Telecommunications, Chemicals | 6. | Sunman Group | Readymade garments | 7. | KDS Group | Textile, Readymade garments | 8. | Otobi | Furniture | 9. | Ha-meem Group | Textile, Garments | 10. | Ananda Shipyards and Slipways | Shipbuilding | 11. | Pride Group | Textile | 12. | Walton Hi-Tech Industries Limited | Automobile, Electronics | 13. | Transcom

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    Developing a New International Business Idea

    companies have their factory in Savar and Gazipur area. Number of large companies is few compare to the total number of furniture industry in Bangladesh. There are 15 large Furniture companies are doing their business in the country which includes Otobi, Navana, Hatil, Akhtar, Partex, Brothers etc . GROWTH AND ACCESS POTENTIAL: With the enterprise category definition, the furniture enterprises can be categorized into five groups, namely- Large, MSM 1, MSM 2, Small and Micro. However, in spite

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    Organizational Plan

    and absence of effective initiatives for facilitating foreign direct investment. Leading companies of Furniture Industry Bangladeshi leading furniture companies are given below- * Akhtar furnisher’s ltd. * Aftab furniture’s ltd. * Otobi ltd. * Hatil furniture ltd. Statement of startup Finance Initial financing requested of the company is 1, 50, 00,000 taka loan to be paid off over five years from Sonali Bank Bank Ltd. This debt will cover office space, office equipment, and

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    Insight to Furniture Industry in Mirpur

    large companies have their factory in Savar and Gazipur area. Number of large companies is few compared to the total number of furniture industry in Bangladesh. There are 15 large Furniture companies doing their business in the country which includes Otobi, Navana, Hatil, Partex, Brothers etc. Furniture Industry in Mirpur This cluster began its operation in 1991 and currently contains about 150 furniture manufacturers in the Mirpur area of Dhaka. Among these companies, there are 4 large furniture companies

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    Management Parameter: Job Responsibilities, Planning Organizing, Csr

    barriers little opportunity for substitutes and little rivalry. Hatil is operating its business in furniture industry which consist lots of other brands namely Otobi, Navana furnitures, Brother Furnitures, Partex Furnitures and lots of other furnitures from around the world. But not all brands are hatils competitors. Among the brands Otobi and oth imported brands are real threats for Hatil. Organization’s Structure: The overall set of structure elements and the relationships among those

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    Human Resource Management

    • Apollo Hospitals Dhaka Media & Entertainment Industry • CSB TV • Bangla Vision • ETV • RTV • Panjeree Publications Ltd. Large Local Groups • Rahimafrooz Corporate Office • Partex Group • Apex Tannery • Otobi Ltd. • Jamuna Group • MGH Group • Gemcon Group • Rangs Group • Union Group • Samadsons Group • Excelsior Group • Scholastica Pvt. Ltd. IT Companies • Microsoft Bangladesh • BRACNET BDMail Network Ltd. •

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    Marketing

    careful delivery. Example: Otobi sometimes gives seasonal discount, bonus, and customer can get information from telephone, mail, or conversation. • Marketing channels: gain competitive advantage through the way they design their channel’s coverage, expertise, and performance. Example: Otobi makes different types of furniture and they make not only furniture but also other home service. • People: hiring and training better people than their competitors do. Example: Otobi recruits IBA and famous

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    Company Info

    www.osabd.org Email- osa_robi@yahoo.com Company- Oriental Seminary English Medium School Address : House 2/F, Road 1, Shyamoli, Dhaka-1207 Web : http://www.orientalseminary.8m.com Email- orientalseminary@gmail.com 267. Company- OTOBI Limited Address : Otobi Centre; Plot 12, Block CWS(C) Gulshan South Avenue, Gulshan 1 268. Company- Oxford International School Address : House 34, Road 27 (old), Dhanmondi R/A Web : www.ois-bd.net  Email- gmnu302@gmail.com 269. Company- Pacific

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    Ideas

    manufacturing firms in Bangladesh. But having some opportunity they cannot make the brand of their own. Although in knight ware industry Bangladesh is keep the world’s second position. But unfortunately they failed to make them brand. But poles apart Otobi, Navana, Hatil, K&K (Kazi and Kazi), Square make them as brand. We will find out the opportunities of Bangladeshi manufacturers, possible paths of getting success and also the possible problems and how they can go ahead by solving and crossing

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    Sowt Analysis

    impressed. Then, finally he bought the flat. 4.4 Beliefs and Attitudes: It is related to perception. For example; Otobi, the furniture brand, previously it was very famous. But, now people belief that otobi produces bad furniture. So, when people think about furniture they think about other brand except Otobi. Even they insist people not to go otobi. So, the belief of people about otobi is bad and that is why their attitude is negative. ----------------------- 3

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    Credit Approval Process

    Department Credit approval process of SEF Department includes different steps (figure: 2). These steps are tried to discuss in brief. But it is mentioned that this process (figure: 2) is not followed in all of the cases (for example: for the sanction of Otobi Limited (annexure: 1), no credit visit has been done as it is a big client of ULC). i. Preparing & Approving CIR (Client Inspection Report) This is the first step of credit approval process. The relationship manager (RM) completes a client inspection

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    Business Plan

    special occasions on various purposes. * Service related equipments, general furniture and transportation factors * Equipments: We will import our equipments from “Quiznos Sub” of USA. * General Furniture: We will buy our furniture from ‘Otobi’ because of their best qualities. * Transportation Factor: we have identified 2 ways to import our raw materials anf service related equipments. These are- a) We can import our needed things by plan. b) We can also import our needed

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    Electricity in Bangladesh

    Private companies have limited capital also gas the companies have to import oil and coal from foreign country. Shortage of the raw material is not only threat of this industry, many company use second hand machines for production due to this action OTOBI had to pay the penalty of 84 cores Taka recently. This limited amount gas will run out eventually it is used as fuel for electricity generation and commercial energy of the country. The Government of Bangladesh (GOB) has taken initiative to set up

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    Business

    the finance and trade part of the newspaper . In this adv their target audiences are mainly working women and they will look for this kind advertisement on the finance and trade part of the newspaper. Recently OTOBI give advertisements on daily newspapers that “ clearance sale @ OTOBI upto 70% on selected items till stocks ends” This kind of ads create rational appeal among the consumers and through this attractive offer on the newspaper it can easily reach to the target customer. Dutch Bangla

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    Internship Report

    highest ethical standards. We believe integrity is our imperative utility to succeed in what we do. Main Furniture Companies in Bangladesh: 1. Name of the Companies: a. OTOBI Ltd. b. Partex Furniture c. HATIL d. Navana Furniture e. Akhter Furniture f. Brothers Furniture g. Legacy Source: Bangladesh Furniture Indus. Owners Association Report

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    ‘Marketing Strategy of Partex Furniture

    highest ethical standards. We believe integrity is our imperative utility to succeed in what we do. Main Furniture Companies in Bangladesh: 1. Name of the Companies: a. OTOBI Ltd. b. Partex Furniture c. HATIL d. Navana Furniture e. Akhter Furniture f. Brothers Furniture g. Legacy Source: Bangladesh Furniture Indus. Owners Association Report

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    International Finance

    Course Code : ITB 301 Course : International Business Section : 03 Submitted to : Md. Gazi Salah Uddin Senior Lecturer East West University OTOBI FURNITURE: OPPORTUNITY, BARRIERS & POSSIBILITY OF EXPORT DIVERSIFICATION Submitted by Anisur Rahman 2004-2-14-059

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    Test

    BRAC Summit at a Glance Media and Journalism Chaired by Zafar Sobhan, Member, Governing Board of BYLC & Independent Media and Communications Consultant Innovation and Critical Thinking Chaired by Sabbir Hasan Nasir, Managing Director, OTOBI Limited Panel includes: Farah Kabir, Country Director, ActionAid Jamil Ahmed, Chief of Journalism Training & Research Initiative, BRAC University Shariful Islam, Founder, Bangladesh Brand Forum Panel includes: Pial Islam, Member, Governing

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    Nokia

    generates over a quarter of employment opportunities in our country. Banks have known to merge to pool their resources to provide better services to their customers, and thus, generate more profit for themselves. If major manufacturing bodies, such as Otobi and Hatil, were to merge and bring their financial resources together, they may be able to distribute their employment opportunities throughout Bangladesh by establishing plants and warehouses in cities other than the typical Dhaka. Vertical mergers

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