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
Partnership at will
BENEFIT AND RISKS BENEFIT OF JOINT VENTURE
access to new markets and distribution networks
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.