Singer Bangladesh

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Mr. A.K.M. Saiful Majid
Course Instructor & Professor
Strategic Management

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Quazi Asaduzzaman, Roll # 14, MBA 44E
B M Hasan Mahmud, Roll # 36, MBA 44E

Submitted on June 13 2013
Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka June 13, 2013 Mr. A.K.M. Saiful Majid Professor Institute of Business Administration University of Dhaka. Subject: Submission of Term Paper. Dear Sir,
It gives us enormous pleasure in presenting herewith the Term Paper on “Strategic Analysis of Singer Bangladesh Ltd” which was assigned to us as partial fulfillment of Strategic Management course. While preparing the term paper we got an opportunity to have an insight on Singer Bangladesh Ltd. An attempt has been made in this report to get an insight of Singer Bangladesh Ltd. We have tried heart and soul to make the report effective and useful.
We are grateful to you for providing us this opportunity of gaining such practical experiences. If you need any assistance for further interpretation, please call us up.
Sincerely Yours,
(Quazi Asaduzzaman)
ID#14, 44th(E) batch

(Quazi Asaduzzaman)
ID#14, 44th(E) batch

(B M Hasan Mahmud)
ID#36, 44th(E) batch

(B M Hasan Mahmud)
ID#36, 44th(E) batch

It gives us immense pleasure to thank few individuals for their cordial cooperation and encouragement, who have contributed directly or indirectly in preparing this report. Firstly, we express our gratefulness to Almighty who has enabled us to pursue our study.
We are deeply grateful to Mr. A.K.M. Saiful Majid, Professor, Institute of Business Administration of University of Dhaka. We would like to thank him from the core of our heart for his proper instructions, suggestions and evaluations, which helped us to generate the report…...

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