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  • K.E.S SHROFF COLLEGE OF ARTS AND COMMERCEA PROJECT ON
    JOINT VENTURE AND MERGER
    CLASS : F.Y.B.F.M
    SUB : BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
    SEM : 1ST SEMESTER
    YEAR : 2010-2011
  • GUIDED BY: POOJA MISSPREPARED BY:
    SR.NO. NAME ROLL.NO.
    • 1 TRIPATHI MAHESH 46
    • 2 AJMERA YASH 02
    • 3 SHAH SAGAR 42
    • 4 MAMANIYA PAWAN 24
    • 5 SHAH VIRAL 44
    • 6 PETHANI SONU 34
    • 7 GOSRANI MONISH 12
    • 8 GUPTA KALPESH 13
  • WHAT IS JOINT VENTURE
    • a risk-reducing method of market entry in which two firms combine forces to manufacture or market a product; a method of entry into a foreign market in which a firm joins with an overseas company to establish a partnership for the production and marketing of its product abroad.
    • an international business collaboration between foreigh interests and private parties from a host country in which two or more parties establish a new business enterprise to which each contributes and where ownership and control are shared
  • DEFINITION OF JOINT VENTURE
    • A contractual agreement joining together two or more parties for the purpose of executing a particular businessundertaking. All parties agree to share in the profits and losses of the enterprise.
  • TYPES OF JOINT VENTURE
    • co-operate with another business in a limited and specific way
    • separate joint venture business
    • business partnership
    • legal advice
    • Partnership at will
    • Particular partnership
    • Limited partnership
  • BENEFIT AND RISKS
    BENEFIT OF JOINT VENTURE
    • access to new markets and distribution networks
    • increased capacity
    • sharing of risks and costs with a partner
    • access to greater resources, including specialised staff, technology and finance
    RISKS OF JOINT VENTURE
    • clear and communicated
    • partners have different objectives
    • different cultures and management
    • partners don't provide sufficient leadership
  • EXAMPLE OF JOINT VENTURE
    • Joint Venture between Tripler Army Medical Center and VA Pacific Island Health Care System
    • NTPC SIGNS MOU WITH BANGLADESH PDB
  • WHAT IS MERGER
    • A merger occurs when two companies combine to form a single company. A merger is very similar to an acquisition or takeover, except that in the case of a merger existing stockholders of both companies involved retain a shared interest in the new corporation. By contrast, in an acquisition one company purchases a bulk of a second company's stock, creating an uneven balance of ownership in the new combined company.
  • DEFINITION OF MERGER
    • A Merger may be defined as the combination of two or more independent business corporations into a single enterprise, usually involving the absorption of one or more firms by a dominant firm.
  • Various Type of Merger
    • Horizontal Merger
    • Conglomeration
    • Vertical Merger
    • Product-Extension Merger
    • Market-Extension Merger
  • EXAMPLE OF MERGER
    • THE HUTCH AND VODAFONE MERGER
    • CORUS AND TATA STEEL MERGER
    • Ranbaxy-Daiichi Merger
  • CONCLUSION
  • THANK YOU