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IndiaMart plans to enter capital markets with IPO
  Source: Business Today, June 24, 2019
  India based online B2B marketplace for business products IndiaMart InterMesh announced its entry into the capital markets with an initial public offering (IPO). Through this issue, the company intends to offer about 48.88 lakh shares in a price cap of Rs 970-973 per share and it intends to raise INR475 crore at the upper end of the price band. The issue opens on June 24, 2019 and ends on June 26, 2019.
  Our Case
  To know more about IndiaMART, read our case study:
  “IndiaMART – The Evolving B2B Marketplace”
Tesco Thailand plans to open 750 new convenience stores
  Source: June 21, 2019
  British-headquartered grocery retailer Tesco announced plans to open 750 more new convenience stores in Thailand. The potential stores will be opened in the medium term. Tesco currently has 1,583 operating stores in Thailand.
  Our Cases
  To know about Tesco’s entry and exit in other countries, read our case studies:
  "Tesco in Turkey"
  "Tesco Exits Turkey"
  "Tesco’s Exit from the United States"
  "Tesco Exits South Korea"
  "Tesco in Japan – Experimenting with Retail Formats"
  "Tesco in China: Opportunities and Challenges"
Moody's downgrades Tata Motors rating to “Ba3” due to JLR weak performance
  Source: Business Standard Private Ltd., June 20, 2019
  Global credit rating agency Moody's Investors Service has announced that it downgraded Tata Motors Ltd.’s corporate family rating and senior unsecured instruments rating to Ba3 from Ba2. The decision to downgrade is based on sustained deterioration caused by Tata Motors’ 100% owned British subsidiary Jaguar Land Rover’s (JLR’s) weak performance.
  Our Case
  To know about the problems faced by Tata Motors after the acquisition of JLR, read our case study:
  “Tata Motors: Speed Breakers Galore”.
Apple considers moving 15%-30% of manufacturing capacity from China due to trade war
  Source: Nikkei Asian Review, June 19, 2019
  The US based tech giant Apple Inc. has asked its major suppliers to assess the cost implications of moving 15% to 30% of its iPhone production from China to Southeast Asia to avert any additional US import tariffs.
  Our Cases
  To know more about Apple in China, read our case studies:
  “Apple in China (2015)”
  “Apple’s iPhone in China: Can Apple Cash in on the World’s Biggest Mobile Market?”
Sanofi and Google to develop new healthcare Innovation Lab
  Source: Monzo website, June 13, 2019
  Sanofi and Google will set up a new virtual Innovation Lab to study how future medicines and health services are delivered by tapping into the power of emerging data technologies. The key objectives of collaboration include: to better understand patients and diseases, to increase Sanofi’s operational efficiency, and to improve the experience of Sanofi’s patients and customers.
  Our Case
  To know about Sanofi’s various digital initiatives to connect with patients and improve their experience and adherence to treatment regimens, read our case study “Sanofi Diabetes: Using Digital Technology and Gamification to Improve Patient Experience and Adherence”.
Airbus launches longest range single-aisle airliner: the A321XLR
  Source: Airbus website, June 17, 2019
  European plane maker Airbus unveiled the longest range single-aisle airliner from its best-selling A321neo family, the A321XLR. The new aircraft will deliver an unprecedented Xtra Long Range of up to 4,700 nautical miles – 15% more than the A321LR and with the same unbeatable fuel efficiency. The aircraft is expected to enter service from 2023.
  Our Cases
  To know more about Airbus, read our case studies:
  “Airbus: From Challenger to Leader”
  “The Making of Airbus A380: A Triumph of Science and Engineering”
  “Supply Chain Management at Airbus - Implementing RFID Technology”
Monzo is Launching in the US!
  The UK-based mobile-only banking player Monzo Bank Limited (Monzo) announced its entry into the US. As the company is not yet a US bank, it plans to start its operations by partnering with a local bank until it gets US license.
  Source: Monzo website, June 13, 2019
  Our Case
  To know more about Monzo Bank, read also our case study “Monzo Bank: A Digital, Mobile-only Bank in the UK”. The case delves into the factors that led Monzo to emerge as the UK’s startup Unicorn. It also talks about the bank’s future plans which include partnering with organizations and expanding geographically.











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