Internet Cafe in India Research Paper by supercalifragilistic

Internet Cafe in India
This paper discusses opening an Internet cafe in India.
# 97416 | 4,153 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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The many factors that must be taken into account before opening an Internet service cafe in India are the subject of this paper. Specifically focusing on the market size, resources, regulations and risk of opening and operating an Internet cafe in India, this paper discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each. These specific factors are evaluated in the context of creating a new venture which has as its strategic objective the delivery of Internet access to the millions of Indian residents who are increasingly relying on the Internet as a communication and learning medium. The writer concludes that it is clear that setting up an Internet cafe in India is a very risky strategy that does not clearly have a solid growth future associated with it given the major limitations of Internet service providers (ISPs) becoming competitors and increasingly complicated regulatory compliance demands.

Analysis - Country Evaluation
Market Size
Regulations and Procedures

Sample of Sources Used:

  • AT Kearney (2006) - Global Retail Development Index (GRDI). Emerging Market Priorities for Global Retailers. Accessed from the Internet on April 22, 2007 from location:
  • Economist (2005) - "India: Business Environment at a Glance," Economist Intelligence Unit (18 April 2005).
  • Icon Group International (2000) - "Marketing and Distribution in India," Executive Report on Strategies in India (2000).
  • Glaser (2003) - Indian Cities on Verge of Restricting Access to Cyber Cafes. USC Annenberg Online Journalism Review. April 12, 2003. Accessed on April 22, 2007 from location:
  • Kumar (2004) - "Brand Papers: Time and Traditions," Brand Strategy (6 December 2004). Ramesh Kumar, author.

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