Financial analyses and social impacts of solar home systems. ICMR HOME | Case Studies Collection Case Details: Case Code : BECG073 Case Length : 15 Pages Period : 2005-2007 Pub Date : 2007 Teaching Note : Not Available Organization : Grameen Danone Foods Industry : FMCGCountries : Bangladesh To download Grameen Danone Foods: A Social Business Enterprise case study (Case Code: BECG073) click on the button below, and select the case from the list of available cases: Price: For delivery in electronic format: Rs. Under Khulna district were selected for this study as shown in Fig. 1 6. Almost 18% of the household and small business enterprise use SHS. Most of those SHSs are implemented by Grameen Shakti and Srijoni Bangladesh. Six case studies were analyzed to find out the financial feasibility
Grameen Bank Stanford Graduate School of Business 300; For delivery through Shipping & Handling Charges extra: Rs. Grameen Bank was a microcredit bank in Bangladesh, annually lending hundreds of millions of dollars to its millions of poor entrepreneurs. The bank’s managing director, Muhammad Yunus, was faced with tremendous challenges brought about by the political upheavals and natural disasters common in this economically developing country.
Case Study of Grameen Bank - SlideShare 300 Shipping & Handling Charges extra Business Ethics Case Studies Case Studies Collection ICMR Home View Detailed Pricing Info How To Order This Case Business Case Studies Case Studies by Area Case Studies by Industry Case Studies by Company This case study was compiled from published sources, and is intended to be used as a basis for class discussion. Yunus discussed the idea of creating an SBE with Franck Riboud (Riboud), the CEO of Danone, over lunch in Paris in November 2005. Today, I’m here to present The Case Study of Grameen Bank. This is Md. Asif Sultan Razu, signing into the presentation. Grameen Bank is a specialized Bank, works with microcredit, for the mass poor people, established in 1983. The concept mainly come through a Pilot Project, back in 1976, under the Economics Professor of CU Mr. Md. Younus.