Cases

  • Rathi SK, Desai VK, Sodani P.R., Naik A, & Umarigar P. (2023). Extreme Heat and its impact on Urban All-Cause Mortality: A Case Report of SMART City Surat. In Bhattacharya Sudip, S. Tripathi, & S. Varshney (Eds.), Public Health Chronicles - A collection of Global Case Reports (pp. 65–70). White Falcon Publishing.
  • Dixit, K., & Saxena, T. Living Greens Organics Pvt. Ltd.: Combating Growth Challenges, ET cases Management cases in Indian Context; - ET cases (2018). Retrieved from http://www.etcases.com/living-greens-organics-pvt-ltd-combating-growth-challenges.html
  • Kavaldeep Dixit, Tanjul Saxena, & Bharti Sharma. (2018). Share of Pie: The Case of Brown Sugar-Bakers, Café and Lounge. In Thrive : a handbook of family business case studies By Jain, Sheenu Gupta, Prashant (p. 145). Bloomsbury Publishing India Pvt. Ltd. Retrieved from https://www.bloomsbury.com/in/thrive-9789387146167/
  • Saxena, T. Kid’s Fashion: A Serious Business, Not Child’s Game, 22 Published in “A Book of Selected Cases= Vol.XXII”, by Management Training Institute, Steel Authority of India Ltd 40–57 (2018).
  • Saxena, T. Nibs Choco Café: Redefining Chocolate Consumption, presented at “Anubhav Management Case Contest” organized by National HRD Network-Ranchi Chapter and SAIL (2018).
  • Saxena, T. Promoting Out-of-Home consumption of Tea in a funky café format: Tapri-The Tea House (2017).
  • Saxena, Tanjul, Dixit, Kavaldeep & Sharma, Bharti. (2018). Elephant Prints Heavier than the Elephant – The Case of Jaipur Elephant Paper. In Thrive : a handbook of family business case studies by Jain, Sheenu Gupta, Prashant (p. 145). Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Sharma, B., Dixit, K., & Saxena, T. Promoting Out-of-Home consumption of Tea in a funky café format: Tapri-The Tea House, XXII Case study:A BOOK OF SELECTED CASES Volume XXII published by STEEL AUTHORITY OF INDIA LIMITED Management Training Institute An ISO 9001 : 2008 Institute Ranchi - 834 (2018).

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