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BUSINESS PLAN PRESENTATIONSubmitted To: - Submitted by: -Prof. Sudip Dhar •Amit Kumar •Naveen Kumar m •Ramees •Thanuja •Veerashaker IIPM SS 11-13 A2 1
Samsung group history• In 1938 the Samsung‘ founder Byung-chull Lee set up a trade export company in Korea, selling fish, vegetables, and fruit to china.• Within a decade Samsung had flour mills and confectionary machines and became a co-operation in 1951.• From 1958 onwards Samsung began to into other industries such as financial, media ,chemicals and ship building throughout the 1970’s . In 1969, Samsung electronics was established producing televisions , mobile phones (throughout 90’s), radio’s, computer components and other electronics devices. IIPM SS 11-13 A2 2
Samsungs Electronics History•Samsung Electronics was founded in 1969 in Daegu, SouthKorea as Samsung Electric Industries, originally manufacturingelectronic appliances such as TVs, calculators, refrigerators, airconditioners and washers. In 1988, it merged with SamsungSemiconductor & Communications.• Samsung Electronics is a South Korean multinational electronics and informationtechnology company is the flagship subsidiary of the SamsungGroup With assembly plants and sales networks in 61 countriesacross the world. IIPM SS 11-13 A2 3
Company profileType : public KoreanTraded as : KRX:005930KRX:005935 LSE:SMSSNLSEIndustry : consumer electronics Telecommunications, semiconductorGenre : electronicsFounded: 1969Head quarters :Samsung town ,Seoul ,south KoreaArea served : world wideKey people : CEO- CHOI GEE-SUNG CAIRMAN: LEE KUN-HEEProducts :FMCD, semiconductors, telecommunicationsRevenue : US $ 133.78billion(2010)profit : US$ 13.67 billion(2010)Total assets : US$ 118.35 (2010)Owners : lee kun –hee &affiliatesEmployees : 187800 (2009)Parent : Samsung groupSamsung website:www.samsung,com IIPM SS 11-13 A2 4
Samsung group founderSamsung Group, one of the largest of Asiasindustrial heavyweights and undisputed kingpinof Korea Inc., belongs among the planets truemonster corporations.Not bad for a company that started out as a tinyexporter of dried fish and fruit. Samsung has LEE BYUNG –indeed come a long way since its founder, Lee CHULLByung-chull, then a 28-year-old, opened its (1910-1987)first office in 1938 on the edge of a LATE FOUNDERmarketplace in Daegu. OF SAMSUNG GROUPBy the time of Lees death in 1987, Samsunghad grown into one of the worlds largestcorporations with 37 subsidiaries, 75,000-plusemployees and annual sales of 14 trillion won IIPM SS 11-13 A2 5
Vision for 2020• As stated in its new motto, Samsung Electronics vision for the new decade is, "Inspire the World, Create the Future.“• This new vision reflects Samsung Electronics’ commitment to inspiring its communities by leveraging Samsungs three key strengths: “New Technology,” “Innovative Products,” and “Creative Solutions.” -- and to promoting new value for Samsungs core networks -- Industry, Partners, and Employees. Through these efforts, Samsung hopes to contribute to a better world and a richer experience for all. IIPM SS 11-13 A2 6
Products of SamsungSemiconductors•For more than 20 years since 1993, Samsung has kept the titleof the world’s largest memory chip maker.•In 2009, it began a strategy of “Green Memory” by which itincreased the global DRAM market share to 33 percent.•It also started mass-producing 30 nm-class NAND flashmemories in the same year whose world share rose as high as 42percent IIPM SS 11-13 A2 23
Slimmer panels• Samsung Electronics’ TVs and display products have undergone a race toward ever-slimmer panels.• In 2009, the company succeeded in developing the super-slim panel for 40-inch LED TVs, with the thickness of 3.9 millimeters (0.15 inch).• This is about a twelfth of the conventional LCD panel whose thickness is approximately 50 millimeters (1.97 inches).• Home electronics: TVs, DVD players, Blu-ray players, home cinema systems, set-top boxes, projectors IIPM SS 11-13 A2 24
Televisions• For years in a row, Samsung has taken the top spot in the world TV market, with the launch of best-selling items.• In 2009, it sold as many as 31 million flat-panel TVs, maintaining the top position for four consecutive years in terms of world market share.• In early 2010, the company had set the year’s sales goal at 39 million units (including 10-million LED TVs) IIPM SS 11-13 A2 25
Other products•3D experience•Smart TVs and apps Mobile phones•Home appliances IIPM SS 11-13 A2 26
Market Shares &Competitors IIPM SS 11-13 A2 27
Management and board of directors •Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman: Choi Gee-Sung •Chief Financial Officer: President Yoon Ju-hwa •Chief Operating Officer, President: Lee Jae-YongDivision heads•Semiconductor Division: President Kwon Oh-hyun•LCD Division: President Jang Won-ki•Visual Display Division: President Yoon Boo-keun•Mobile Communications Business: President Shin Jong-kyun•Telecommunication System Business: Executive vice President Kim Young-ki(newly appointed)•IT Solutions Business: Executive vice President Nam Seong-woo•Digital Appliances Business: Executive vice president Hong Chang-wan•Digital Imaging Business: Executive vice President Chung Hyun-ho(newlyappointed) IIPM SS 11-13 A2 29