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  • Vodafone Group, then Vodafone Airtouch plc: 1991 to 2000[edit]On 16 September 1991, Racal Telecom was demerged from Racal Electronics as Vodafone Group,[22] with Gerry Whent as its CEO.In July 1996, Vodafone acquired the two thirds of Talkland it did not already own for £30.6 million.[23] On 19 November 1996, in a defensive move, Vodafone purchased Peoples Phone for £77 million, a 181 store chain whose customers were overwhelmingly using Vodafone's network.[24] In a similar move the company acquired the 80% of Astec Communications that it did not own, a service provider with 21 stores.[25]In January 1997, Gerald Whent retired and Christopher Gent took over as the CEO. The same year, Vodafone introduced its Speechmark logo, composed of a quotation mark in a circle, with the O's in the Vodafone logotype representing opening and closing quotation marks and suggesting conversation.On 29 June 1999, Vodafone completed its purchase of AirTouch Communications, Inc. and changed its name to Vodafone Airtouch plc. The merged company commenced trading on 30 June 1999.[26] In order to gain anti-trust approval for the merger, Vodafone sold its 17.2% stake in E-Plus Mobilfunk.[27] The acquisition gave Vodafone a 35% share of Mannesmann, owner of the largest German mobile network.On 21 September 1999, Vodafone agreed to merge its U.S. wireless assets with those of Bell Atlantic Corp to form Verizon Wireless.[28] The merger was completed on 4 April 2000, just a few months prior to Bell Atlantic's merger with GTE to form Verizon Communications, Inc.In November 1999, Vodafone made an unsolicited bid for Mannesmann, which was rejected. Vodafone's interest in Mannesmann had been increased by the latter purchase of Orange, the UK mobile operator.[29] Chris Gent would later say Mannesmann's move into the UK broke a "gentleman's agreement" not to compete in each other's home territory.[30] The hostile takeover provoked strong protest in Germany, and a "titanic struggle" which saw Mannesmann resist Vodafone's efforts. However, on 3 February 2000, the Mannesmann board agreed to an increased offer of £112 billion, then the largest corporate merger ever.[30] The EU approved the merger in April 2000 when Vodafone agreed to divest the 'Orange' brand, which was acquired in May 2000 by France Telecom. The conglomerate was subsequently broken up and all manufacturing related operations sold off.
  • Vodafone Group, then Vodafone Airtouch plc: 1991 to 2000[edit]On 16 September 1991, Racal Telecom was demerged from Racal Electronics as Vodafone Group,[22] with Gerry Whent as its CEO.In July 1996, Vodafone acquired the two thirds of Talkland it did not already own for £30.6 million.[23] On 19 November 1996, in a defensive move, Vodafone purchased Peoples Phone for £77 million, a 181 store chain whose customers were overwhelmingly using Vodafone's network.[24] In a similar move the company acquired the 80% of Astec Communications that it did not own, a service provider with 21 stores.[25]In January 1997, Gerald Whent retired and Christopher Gent took over as the CEO. The same year, Vodafone introduced its Speechmark logo, composed of a quotation mark in a circle, with the O's in the Vodafone logotype representing opening and closing quotation marks and suggesting conversation.On 29 June 1999, Vodafone completed its purchase of AirTouch Communications, Inc. and changed its name to Vodafone Airtouch plc. The merged company commenced trading on 30 June 1999.[26] In order to gain anti-trust approval for the merger, Vodafone sold its 17.2% stake in E-Plus Mobilfunk.[27] The acquisition gave Vodafone a 35% share of Mannesmann, owner of the largest German mobile network.On 21 September 1999, Vodafone agreed to merge its U.S. wireless assets with those of Bell Atlantic Corp to form Verizon Wireless.[28] The merger was completed on 4 April 2000, just a few months prior to Bell Atlantic's merger with GTE to form Verizon Communications, Inc.In November 1999, Vodafone made an unsolicited bid for Mannesmann, which was rejected. Vodafone's interest in Mannesmann had been increased by the latter purchase of Orange, the UK mobile operator.[29] Chris Gent would later say Mannesmann's move into the UK broke a "gentleman's agreement" not to compete in each other's home territory.[30] The hostile takeover provoked strong protest in Germany, and a "titanic struggle" which saw Mannesmann resist Vodafone's efforts. However, on 3 February 2000, the Mannesmann board agreed to an increased offer of £112 billion, then the largest corporate merger ever.[30] The EU approved the merger in April 2000 when Vodafone agreed to divest the 'Orange' brand, which was acquired in May 2000 by France Telecom. The conglomerate was subsequently broken up and all manufacturing related operations sold off.
  • We now operate in more than 30 countries and partner with networks in over 50 more.
  • We now operate in more than 30 countries and partner with networks in over 50 more.Rankings where listedYearPositionBrandFinance Global 500 (100)By Brand Finance201313BrandZ Top 100 Brand RankingBy Millward Brown201317Top Desirable Handheld Technology Brands AustraliaBy Clear | M&C Saatchi201310UK Most Valuable BrandsBy Brand Finance20132World's Most Respected CompaniesBy Barron's201364
  • We now operate in more than 30 countries and partner with networks in over 50 more.Rankings where listedYearPositionBrandFinance Global 500 (100)By Brand Finance201313BrandZ Top 100 Brand RankingBy Millward Brown201317Top Desirable Handheld Technology Brands AustraliaBy Clear | M&C Saatchi201310UK Most Valuable BrandsBy Brand Finance20132World's Most Respected CompaniesBy Barron's201364
  • We now operate in more than 30 countries and partner with networks in over 50 more.Rankings where listedYearPositionBrandFinance Global 500 (100)By Brand Finance201313BrandZ Top 100 Brand RankingBy Millward Brown201317Top Desirable Handheld Technology Brands AustraliaBy Clear | M&C Saatchi201310UK Most Valuable BrandsBy Brand Finance20132World's Most Respected CompaniesBy Barron's201364
  • We now operate in more than 30 countries and partner with networks in over 50 more.Rankings where listedYearPositionBrandFinance Global 500 (100)By Brand Finance201313BrandZ Top 100 Brand RankingBy Millward Brown201317Top Desirable Handheld Technology Brands AustraliaBy Clear | M&C Saatchi201310UK Most Valuable BrandsBy Brand Finance20132World's Most Respected CompaniesBy Barron's201364Mobile network operator Vodafone has won the first People for Ethical Treatment for Animals (PETA) 2009 Glitterbox Award, for taking advantage of humane alternatives to the use of real animals in their ZooZoo ads. A part of the operator's latest ad campaign, ZooZoos have replaced the company's 'Pug' commercial to which PETA had raised objections earlier because of the use of animals (including a parakeet and a dog) in their ad campaigns. The 'Pug' commercial led to viewers purchasing pugs, and breeders cranking out as many puppies as they could. Later, when the appeal wore off, the dogs ended up in shelters or were abandoned.
  • We now operate in more than 30 countries and partner with networks in over 50 more.Rankings where listedYearPositionBrandFinance Global 500 (100)By Brand Finance201313BrandZ Top 100 Brand RankingBy Millward Brown201317Top Desirable Handheld Technology Brands AustraliaBy Clear | M&C Saatchi201310UK Most Valuable BrandsBy Brand Finance20132World's Most Respected CompaniesBy Barron's201364
  • We now operate in more than 30 countries and partner with networks in over 50 more.Rankings where listedYearPositionBrandFinance Global 500 (100)By Brand Finance201313BrandZ Top 100 Brand RankingBy Millward Brown201317Top Desirable Handheld Technology Brands AustraliaBy Clear | M&C Saatchi201310UK Most Valuable BrandsBy Brand Finance20132World's Most Respected CompaniesBy Barron's201364
  • We now operate in more than 30 countries and partner with networks in over 50 more.Rankings where listedYearPositionBrandFinance Global 500 (100)By Brand Finance201313BrandZ Top 100 Brand RankingBy Millward Brown201317Top Desirable Handheld Technology Brands AustraliaBy Clear | M&C Saatchi201310UK Most Valuable BrandsBy Brand Finance20132World's Most Respected CompaniesBy Barron's201364
  • Mnc

    1. 1. SMBA: 7 Rajesh M, Rahul N & Reshma
    2. 2. P : Political E: Economical S: Social Cultural T: Technology L: Legal E: Environmental
    3. 3. Political The UK political system is a multi-party system. Since the 1920s, the two largest political parties have been the Conservative Party & the Labour Party. Before the Labour Party rose in British politics the Liberal Party was the other major political party along with the Conservatives. Executive Legislature Judiciary
    4. 4. Economy Sixth Largest Economy in the world measured by nominal GDP, Eight Largest measured (PPP) As of December 2010, the UK had the 3rd Largest Stock of both Inward and Outward of FDI Government involvement in the British economy is primarily exercised by HM Treasury, headed by the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Department for Business, Innovation and skills The currency of the UK is the Pound Sterling, which is also the world’s third-larges reserve currency after the U.S. dollar and the Euro The UK is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, the European Union, the G7, the G8, the G20, the International Monetary Fund, the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, the World Bank, the World Trade Organization and the United Nations
    5. 5. Contents of UK Economy Government Spending and Economic Management (40% of GDP) (Taxation) Sectors: •Agricultural, hunting, foresting and Fishing(60%) •Construction •Production industries(Electricity, gas & Water Supply, Mining) Services: Creative industries Education, health and social work Financial and business services Hotels and restaurants Other social and personal services Public administration and defence Real estate and renting activates Tourism Transport, storage and communication Wholesale and retail trade
    6. 6. Currency ( Pound Streling) National Concept Gross Domestic Product(£ 1396) Consumer Price Index(3,70) Annual GDP Growth Rate (0.3%) Exports Food and Drink were valued at 9.7bn and total arms export were valued at 7.1bn Poverty Relative Poverty rather than absolute Poverty
    7. 7. Social-Cultural Archaic (Formation of Great Britain 1707) Class Cottagers and labourers Husbandman (or other tradesmen) Yeoman Gentry/gentleman Knight Baronet(hereditary, non peer) Peer(Noble/Archbishop) Royal
    8. 8. Grade Occupation A Higher managerial, administrative or professional B Intermediate managerial, administrative or professional C1 Supervisory or clerical and junior managerial, administrative or professional C2 Skilled manual workers D Semi and unskilled manual workers E Casual or lowest grade workers, pensioners and others who depend on the state for their income 20th Century
    9. 9. Technology A Watt steam engine, which powered the Industrial Revolution in the United Kingdom and played a key role in it becoming the world's first industrialized nation. 1. The laws of Motion and illumination of gravity(1643-1727) 2. The discovery of Hydrogen (1731-1810) 3. The Steam Locomotive 4. The electric motor 5. The first public steam railway 6. The first commercial electrical telegraph 7. The invention of World wide web (1955) 8. The invention of jet engine Scientific Research and Development is very important for British University, between 2004 & 2008 UK produced 7% of the world’s scientific research paper and had an 8% share of scientific citation The Airbus A380 has wings and engines manufactured in the UK.
    10. 10. Legal The United Kingdom has three legal systems. English law, which applies in England and Wales, Northern Ireland law, which applies in Northern Ireland, are based on common- law principles. Scots law, which applies in Scotland, is a pluralistic system based on civil- law principles
    11. 11. Environmental Environmental Issue Air pollution Climate Change Litter Waster Environmental Protection UK is a UK environmental Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) working to improve the quality of the local environment - specialising in the areas of air quality, noise management and land quality. It was formerly known as the National Society for Clean Air and Environmental Protection (NSCA) Examples of Environment Inequalities 1. Access to parks, green spaces and the natural environment 2. Exposure to flood risk 3. Air pollution 4. Exposure to harmful chemicals 5. Transport-related problems 6. Proximity to waste and landfill sites
    12. 12. WFA/ISA - Global Advertiser Conference 12
    13. 13. Background 1982 Racal Strategic Radio Ltd (80%) Millicom (15%) Racal Vodafone 1985 Vodafone Racal Strategic Radio Ltd renamed as Racal Telecommunication Ltd Racal Electronics 1986 Racal’s fully owned subsidiary 1988 Again renamed as Racal Telecom 1991 Demerger Named as Vodafone Group 2000 Vodafone Group plc
    14. 14. Introduction – Vodafone Group Plc. • Founded in September 1991 • Headquarters- London (H.O) --- Newbury, Berkshire (R.O.) • Founder • Sir Christopher Gent • Mr.Ken Hydon • Mr.Julian Horn Smith
    15. 15. More about Vodafone Group Plc. Key Markets
    16. 16. More about Vodafone Group Plc. Key Competitors
    17. 17. More about Vodafone Group Plc. Key Products & Services
    18. 18. More about Vodafone Group Plc. Key Customers 92% 8% Consumer Customers Enterprise Customers
    19. 19. USP Of Vodafone Value added services
    20. 20. Financials Northern & Central Europe Southern Europe Africa, Middle East & Asia Pacific Non Controlled Interests & Common Functions Revenue 20.10 bn 10.50 bn 13.50 bn 0.50 bn Adjusted Operating Profit 2.10 bn 1.80 bn 1.70 bn 6.40 bn (In £) Group Revenue £44.4 bn Adjusted Operating profit £12 bn
    21. 21. Corporate Governance & Ethical Practices Board of Directors Name Designation Mr. Gerard Kleisterlee Chairman Mr. Vittorio Colao Chief Executive Offier Mr. Andy Halford Chief Financial Officer Ms. Renee James Non Executive Director Mr. Alan Jebson Non Executive Director Mr. Samuel Jonah Non Executive Director Mr. Omid Kordestani Non Executive Director Mr. Nick Land Non Executive Director Ms. Anne Lauvergeon Non Executive Director Mr. Stephen Pusey Chief Technology Officer Mr. Luc Vandevelde Senior Independent Director Mr. Anthony Watson Non-executive Director Mr. Philip Yea Non-executive Director
    22. 22. “Trust is fundamental to everything we do.” Corporate Governance Board Committees Audit & Risk Committee Nominations & Governance Committee Remuneration Committee
    23. 23. “Being an admired company is not just about our performance and achievements, its also about acting in a responsible ,ethical & lawful way.” Corporate Governance Executive Committee Compliance & Code of Ethics Code of Conduct Code of Ethics Disclosure Committee Charter Compliance IPR Statement NASDAQ Governance
    24. 24. CSR Activities • Mobile for Good Player • Mobile for Good Programmes • Vodafone Mobile Apps • Vodafone Instant Network Programme • Vodafone World of Difference • Vodafone Local Foundations
    25. 25. Success Stories • Vodafone 150 – Cheapest Mobile Phone • Launched in India & 6 markets of Africa • Competition – Samsung Guru 1175, Micromax C112, Zen X220, Intex IN 2020 • Another Success Story – M-Pesa
    26. 26. Failure Stories • Vodafone 360 – Launched in September 2009 • Launched in 8 markets Challenges •Competition •Ecosystem Opportuniti es •Vodafone Live losing momentum •Opportunities to new revenue streams Alliances/ Partnerships •Samsung •JIL Standards •Content Partners/Social Networks/Media
    27. 27. R&D and Innovations •Improving Working Lives & livelihoods in emerging markets •Improving Farmers’ productivity •Contributing to low carbon societies •Extending internet access in emerging markets •Impact of affordable handsets in India •Impact of mobile on development in India •Economic empowerment through mobile •Socio-economic impact of mobile in Africa
    28. 28. Future Global Challenges •Tough Regulatory Environment •Macro Economic Pressures •Competition
    29. 29. Credit Ratings Rating Agency Short Term Long Term Outlook ** Moodys P-2 A3 Stable Fitch F-2 A- Stable Standard & Poor’s A-2 A- Stable ** Outlook as of May 2012

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