The previous writing assignments are attached. Please use these as reference and write a SWOT on INDIA based on the instructions below:
This Practicum brings it all together. Based upon what you researched in your other practica plus additional research, complete a SWOT analysis on your country. What are its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and strengths? Be sure to back your analysis up with facts and references. Provide your best case recommendation for establishing a small venture in this country. Your last Practicum 4 provided arguments for your two recommendations. This paper sets the context for this decision. HINT: Your SWOT should be well-researched to support evidence for your arguments that will lead to your recommendations for two ventures for your group to pursue. You may want to look ahead to your FINAL assignment; it will give you the expectations for the final Feasibility Report done by the group. It will help if your team in its final report if your project was well-researched and analyzed.
THIS IS THE BASIS OF ALL OF THE PAPERS:
The Scenario Project is as follows:An angel investor has approached the School of Business at the California State University-Monterey Bay. Rather than go to a consulting firm, he wants MBA students to work on this project as consultants. He understands that students will need to understand Global Business and how it is conducted. However, he is patient. The angel investor expects a social entrepreneurial venture to be self-sustaining in two years. He expects any small business to break even in two to three years. He realizes that these expectations may not realistic; he expects a analysis of the risks to determine the probability of success. This Angel Investor has been inspired by the works of Muhammed Yunus and Hernando De Soto. He wants to invest in a small business or social entrepreneurial nonprofit in many potential countries. He is willing to invest up to $5m; but would prefer projects not to exceed a capital infusion of $3.5m. Over the next 10 weeks, you will be doing research to determine the following:
- Understanding of the dynamics of global business—yes, he understands that much that is written in textbooks refers to large businesses. He made his money as a small businessman, and feels very strongly that with the internet and other sources for financing, that small business-to-business ventures are possible. He is also willing to consider within country ventures as well.
- Knowledge about the governance structures, international policies, and movement of money.
- Understanding of cultural norms, structures to help business, and how to conduct business in the country recommended for investment.