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Ed Ventures e-learning Pvt. Ltd. – Sample.mp4

January 31st, 2012 No comments

ED Ventures E-Learning Pvt. Ltd. is engaged in providing e-commerce solutions, Web Design, Internet applications, system maintenance & consulting, high-tech solutions for complex business systems, software outsourcing, CRM, Web Marketing etc. in India.

The report begins with the basic facts about the company such as contact details, revenues, competitors, brief history, line of business and geographic reach among others. Business model of the company describes the rationale of how it creates, delivers, and captures value through its services offered. Information about the company’s management side is also provided that details their names, designation, professional experiences, etc. Through SWOT analysis, the report highlights key internal factors that give the company advantage or disadvantage over its peers alongwith key external factors prevailing in the industry that may have favorable or unfavorable impact on the company’s operations. The report also covers the financial analysis of the company including the balance sheet, profit and loss a/c and the key ratios depicting the key financial figures for fiscal year 2007-10.

Industry Analysis provides top level understanding of the education sector in India with emphasis on e-learning segment. Market size, growth, key segments, growth drivers and trends are some of the foremost points covered in the analysis. The competitive landscape identifies key players of the industry drawing comparisons on parameters such as financial performance and service offerings. The company is benchmarked against its main competitors’ key financial ratios in the competitive benchmarking chapter.

Page 1: Executive Summary
Factsheet
Page 2-3: Basic Information, Brief Description, Brief History and Area of Expertise
Offices & Centres
Page 4: India and Regions
Business Model
Page 5-8: Business Model
Key People
Page 9: Key People
SWOT Analysis
Page 10: Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats
Financial Profile
Page 11-12: Profit & Loss Account and Balance Sheet (2007–10)
Page 13-16: Ratio Analysis (2007-10)
• Profitability Ratios
• Cost Ratios
• Liquidity Ratios
• Leverage Ratios
• Efficiency Ratios
Industry Analysis
Page 17: Education Industry Overview, Market Size and Growth (2008-2012e) and Segments
Page 18: e-learning Industry Overview, Market Size and Growth (2008-2012e) and Segments
Competitive Landscape
Page 19-21: Description and Competitive Scenario
Competitive Benchmarking
Page 22-23: Key Financial Ratios (2010)
Page 24-25: Key Financial Ratios (2008)
Recent News
Page 26: Recent News
Appendix
Page 27: Key Ratios Definitions

Duration : 0:1:15

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BSL Training Company Pvt. Ltd._Company Profile_2011_Sample.mp4

December 29th, 2011 No comments

BSL Training Company Pvt. Ltd. offers a range of courses which includes spoken English, foreign language, personality development, voice and accent Training, IELTS preparations, corporate training etc. The company runs a successful chain of 20 centres across India.

The report begins with the basic facts about the company such as contact details, revenues, competitors, brief history, line of business and geographic reach among others. Business model of the company describes the rationale of how it creates, delivers, and captures value through its services offered Information about the company’s management side is also provided that details their names, designation, professional experiences, memberships of boards etc. Through SWOT analysis, the report highlights key internal factors that give the company advantage or disadvantage over its peers alongwith key external factors prevailing in the industry that may have favorable or unfavorable impact on the company’s operations. The report also covers the financial analysis of the company including the balance sheet, profit and loss a/c and the key ratios depicting the key financial figures for fiscal year 2007-10.

Industry Analysis provides top level understanding of the education sector in India with emphasis on Vocational training segment. Market size, growth, key segments, growth drivers and trends are some of the foremost points covered in the analysis. The competitive landscape identifies key players of the industry drawing comparisons on parameters such as number of centres, geographic reach, service offerings etc. The company is benchmarked against its main competitors’ key financial ratios in the competitive benchmarking chapter.

Page 1: Executive Summary
Factsheet
Page 2-4: Basic Information, Brief Description and Service Offerings
Offices & Centres
Page 5: India and Regions
Business Model
Page 6: Business Model
Key People
Page 7: Key People
SWOT Analysis
Page 8: Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats
Financial Profile
Page 9-10: Profit & Loss Account, Financial Snapshot, Financial Summary and Balance Sheet (2007–10)
Page 11-14: Ratio Analysis (2007-10)
• Profitability Ratios
• Cost Ratios
• Liquidity Ratios
• Leverage Ratios
• Efficiency Ratios
Industry Analysis
Page 15: Education Industry Overview, Market Size and Growth (2008-2012e) and Segments
Page 16: Vocational Training Industry Overview, Market Size and Growth (2008-2012e) and Segments
Competitive Landscape
Page 17-19: Description and Competitive Scenario
Competitive Benchmarking
Page 20-21: Key Financial Ratios (2010)
Recent News
Page 22: Recent News
Appendix
Page 23: Key Ratios Definitions

Duration : 0:1:15

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CSC Computer Education Pvt. Ltd.-Company Profile-Sample.mp4

December 5th, 2011 No comments

CSC Computer Education Pvt. Ltd. offers a range of courses which includes Programming and Hardware programmes and Multimedia courses etc. The company runs a successful chain of over 375 centres across Southern India and Sri Lanka

The report begins with the basic facts about the company such as contact details, revenues, competitors, brief history, line of business and geographic reach among others. Business model of the company describes the rationale of how it creates, delivers, and captures value through its services offered Information about the company’s management side is also provided that details their names, designation, professional experiences, memberships of boards etc. Through SWOT analysis, the report highlights key internal factors that give the company advantage or disadvantage over its peers alongwith key external factors prevailing in the industry that may have favorable or unfavorable impact on the company’s operations. The report also covers the financial analysis of the company including the balance sheet, profit and loss a/c and the key ratios depicting the key financial figures for fiscal year 2007-10.

Industry Analysis provides top level understanding of the education sector in India with emphasis on Vocational Training segment. Market size, growth, key segments, growth drivers and trends are some of the foremost points covered in the analysis. The competitive landscape identifies key players of the industry drawing comparisons on parameters such as number of centres, geographic reach, service offerings etc. The company is benchmarked against its main competitors’ key financial ratios in the competitive benchmarking chapter.

Page 1: Executive Summary
Factsheet
Page 2-3: Basic Information, Brief Description, Brief History and Business Model
Offices & Centres
Page 4: India and Regions
Key People
Page 5: Key Members, Shareholding Pattern, Shareholders of the Company and Ownership Structure
SWOT Analysis
Page 6: Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats
Financial Profile
Page 7-8: Profit & Loss Account, Financial Snapshot, Financial Summary and Balance Sheet (2007–10)
Page 9-12: Ratio Analysis (2007-10)
• Profitability Ratios
• Liquidity Ratios
• Leverage Ratios
• Efficiency Ratios
Industry Analysis
Page 13: Education Industry Overview, Market Size and Growth (2008-2012e) and Segments
Page 14: Vocational Training Industry Overview, Market Size and Growth (2008-2012e) and Segments
Competitive Landscape
Page 15-17: Description and Competitive Scenario
Competitive Benchmarking
Page 18-19: Key Financial Ratios (2010)
Recent News
Page 20: Recent News
Appendix
Page 21: Key Ratios Definitions

Duration : 0:1:15

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MediRay Healthcare (P). Ltd. – Company Profile 2011-Sample.mp4

November 19th, 2011 No comments

MediRay Healthcare (P) Ltd. is headquartered in Delhi and manufactures Medical Equipments in the domains of Radiology, Dental Care, OT Equipments, Infant Care, etc.

The report begins with the basic facts about the company such as contact details, revenues, competitors, brief history, line of business and geographic reach among others. Business model of the company describes the rationale of how it creates, delivers, and captures value through its services offered Information about the company’s management side is also provided that details their names, designation, professional experiences, memberships of boards etc. Through SWOT analysis, the report highlights key internal factors that give the company advantage or disadvantage over its peers along with key external factors prevailing in the industry that may have favorable or unfavorable impact on the company’s operations. The report also covers the financial analysis of the company including the balance sheet, profit and loss a/c and the key ratios depicting the key financial figures for fiscal year 2008-11.

Industry Analysis provides top level understanding of the Medical Equipment sector in India. Market size, growth, key segments, growth drivers, import export and trends are some of the foremost points covered in the analysis. The competitive landscape identifies key players of the industry drawing comparisons on parameters such as financial performance and service offerings. The company is benchmarked against its main competitors’ key financial ratios in the competitive benchmarking chapter.

Duration : 0:1:58

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CMS Info Systems Pvt. Ltd.-Company Profile-Sample.mp4

November 19th, 2011 No comments

CMS Info Systems Private Limited is engaged in providing services in the fields of IT training, system integration, cash management, print services and card services in India. The company runs a successful chain of around 100 study centres in India

The report begins with the basic facts about the company such as contact details, revenues, competitors, brief history, line of business and geographic reach among others. Business model of the company describes the rationale of how it creates, delivers, and captures value through its services offered. Information about the company’s management side is also provided that details their names, designation, professional experiences, etc. Through SWOT analysis, the report highlights key internal factors that give the company advantage or disadvantage over its peers alongwith key external factors prevailing in the industry that may have favorable or unfavorable impact on the company’s operations. Expansion plans informs about the company’s strategic initiatives / future outlook in the medium term. The report also covers the financial analysis of the company including the balance sheet, profit and loss a/c and the key ratios depicting the key financial figures for fiscal year 2007-10.

Industry Analysis provides top level understanding of the education sector in India with emphasis on Vocational Training Segment. Market size, growth, key segments, growth drivers and trends are some of the foremost points covered in the analysis. The competitive landscape identifies key players of the industry drawing comparisons on parameters such as number of centres, geographic reach, service offerings etc. The company is benchmarked against its main competitors’ key financial ratios in the competitive benchmarking chapter.

Page 1: Executive Summary
Factsheet
Page 2-4: Basic Information, Brief Description, Brief History and Service Offerings
Offices & Centres
Page 5-6: India and Regions
Business Model
Page 7: Business Model
Key People
Page 8-11: Key People
SWOT Analysis
Page 12: Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats
Expansion Plans
Page 13: Expansion Plan
Financial Profile
Page 14-15: Profit & Loss Account and Balance Sheet (2007–10)
Page 16-19: Ratio Analysis (2007-10)
• Profitability Ratios
• Cost Ratios
• Liquidity Ratios
• Leverage Ratios
• Efficiency Ratios
Industry Analysis
Page 20: Education Industry Overview, Market Size and Growth (2008-2012e) and Segments
Page 21: Vocational Training Industry Overview, Market Size and Growth (2008-2012e) and Competitive Landscape
Page 22-24: Description and Competitive Scenario
Competitive Benchmarking
Page 25-26: Key Financial Ratios (2010) Segments
Recent News
Page 27: Recent News
Appendix
Page 28: Key Ratios Definitions

Duration : 0:1:15

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MVS Softech Pvt Ltd. – Sample.mp4

November 11th, 2011 No comments

MVS Softech Pvt. Ltd. is headquartered in Chennai and is engaged in providing service in the domains of Custom e-learning Solutions, SCORM Course Packager, K12 Learning, Educational Games, Interactive Simulation, Flash Development, etc in India.

The report begins with the basic facts about the company such as contact details, revenues, competitors, brief history, line of business and geographic reach among others. Business model of the company describes the rationale of how it creates, delivers, and captures value through its services offered. Information about the company’s management side is also provided that details their names, designation, professional experiences, etc. Through SWOT analysis, the report highlights key internal factors that give the company advantage or disadvantage over its peers along with key external factors prevailing in the industry that may have favorable or unfavorable impact on the company’s operations. The report also covers the financial analysis of the company including the balance sheet, profit and loss a/c and the key ratios depicting the key financial figures for fiscal year 2007-10.

Industry Analysis provides top level understanding of the education sector in India with emphasis on e-learning segment. Market size, growth, key segments, growth drivers and trends are some of the foremost points covered in the analysis. The competitive landscape identifies key players of the industry drawing comparisons on parameters such as financial performance and service offerings. The company is benchmarked against its main competitors’ key financial ratios in the competitive benchmarking chapter.

Duration : 0:1:21

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The Retail Sector and Shifts in Consumer Attitudes

April 28th, 2011 No comments

With the latest in market research, industry trends and in-depth statistics, Jack W. Plunkett discusses the state of the Retail Industry. Topics include changing consumer attitudes and the effects on the way business is being done in this struggling economy.

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Duration : 0:7:31

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CIA Economic Intelligence and Industrial Espionage

April 6th, 2010 5 comments

Industrial espionage or corporate espionage is espionage conducted for commercial purposes instead of national security purposes.

The term is distinct from legal and ethical activities such as examining corporate publications, websites, patent filings, and the like to determine the activities of a corporation (this is normally referred to as competitive intelligence). Theoretically the difference between espionage and legal information gathering is clear. In practice, it is quite difficult to sometimes tell the difference between legal and illegal methods. Especially if one starts to consider the ethical side of information gathering, the border becomes even more blurred and elusive of definition.

Industrial espionage describes activities such as theft of trade secrets, bribery, blackmail, and technological surveillance. As well as spying on commercial organizations, governments can also be targets of commercial espionage—for example, to determine the terms of a tender for a government contract so that another tenderer can underbid.

Industrial espionage is most commonly associated with technology-heavy industries, particularly the computer and automobile sectors.

Espionage takes place in many forms. In short, the purpose of espionage is to gather knowledge about (an) organization(s). A spy may be hired, or may work for oneself.

Information can make the difference between success and failure; if a trade secret is stolen, the competitive playing field is levelled or even tipped in favor of a competitor.

Although a lot of information gathering is accomplished by combing through public records (public databases and patent filings), at times corporations feel the best way to get information is to take it. Corporate espionage is a threat to any business whose livelihood depends on information. The information competitors seek may be client lists, supplier agreements, personnel records, research documents, or prototype plans for a new product or service. The compilation of these crucial elements is called CIS or CRS, a Competitive Intelligence Solution or Competitive Response Solution.

In recent years, corporate espionage has taken on an expanded definition. For instance, attempts to sabotage a corporation may be considered corporate espionage; in this sense, the term takes on the wider connotations of its parent word. In some cases, malware and spyware has even entered the arena of corporate espionage.

That espionage and sabotage (corporate or otherwise) have become more clearly associated with each other is also demonstrated by a number of profiling studies, some government, some corporate (such as this paper from the Software Engineering Institute). That the US Government currently has a polygraph examination for the “Test of Espionage and Sabotage” (TES) is also demonstrative of the increasingly popular (though not necessarily the group consensus) notion, by those studying espionage and sabotage countermeasures, of the interrelationship of the two. In practice, and particularly in regards to ‘trusted insiders’, they are more often than not considered functionally identical when it comes to the majority of the countermeasures.

The government of France has been alleged to have conducted ongoing industrial espionage against American aerodynamics and satellite companies and vice versa. This list, compiled from public sources over the last fifteen years of the countries that are known to be customers of stolen U.S. technology: Argentina, Brazil, France, India, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, Libya, North Korea, Pakistan, Peoples Republic of China, USSR (Russia), South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan.

The Clinton administration has been accused of shifting U.S. intelligence assets from terrorism targets and toward economic targets to “level the playing field” for U.S. companies competing abroad.

Philip Burnett Franklin Agee (July 19, 1935 – January 7, 2008) was a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) case officer and writer, best known as author of the 1975 book, Inside the Company: CIA Diary, detailing his experiences in the CIA. Agee joined the CIA in 1957, and over the following decade had postings in Washington, D.C., Ecuador, Uruguay, and Mexico. After resigning from the Agency in 1968, he became a leading opponent of CIA practices. He died in Cuba in January 2008.

Duration : 0:9:23

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Belinda Stronach: Philanthropy as Competitive Advantage

March 30th, 2010 No comments

Belinda Stronach, Executive Vice- Chairman, Magna International Inc. and Chair of the The Belinda Stronach Foundation explains how investing in and advocating for action on the most pressing challenges that face our world today is more than a corporations ethical mandate as a good corporate citizen. Effective corporate philanthropy can be a key competitive advantage for companies, positioning them as leaders on issues and in communities that will be key drivers of economic development, growth in existing markets and entry into new markets such as Africa and Latin America in the years to come. Presented at the 2009 Canadian Business Leadership Forum.

Duration : 0:4:38

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