Master of Business Administration Executive
Faculty / School
Faculty of Business Administration (FBA)
Year of Award
MBA Executive Research Project
The research has developed the feasibility and implementation strategy of business startup on VIRTUAL CLOULD SOLUTIONS (V.Cloud). The startup provides solutions to various small medium business organization and individuals running their businesses locally and internationally. A one stops shop kind of hybrid model that combines technical and management expertise to provide broad spectrum of services as per prospective client needs start from Brand Management to Social Media Management, Content Writing, Website Development, Hardware & Network Services and Consultancy in various domains including Corporate Strategy. Information Communication Technology (ICT), Human Resource, Finance, Security. V.Cloud workflow initially based on working from home that doesn’t require 9 to 5 eight hours conventional office timings, allow flexible timings, involve less operational expenses, less finance, less investment and less risk.
A business canvas model has been developed to evaluate the pre-requisite of proposed plan. The canvas encompasses all activities necessary for planning and execution phase from Business Partner to Cost Overhead.
To develop the viability of purposed business model a primary research has been conducted from 50 different business owner/partners and young entrepreneurs by conducting interviews and through online survey, questionnaire consist of 18 questions. The response analysis can be viewed at section 9.6 under Results.
The primary data analysis indicates sanguine results of proposed business start-up. Moreover in just preliminary phase V.Cloud got the clients as well which shows the definite success of venture. Client live work has also been covered in report.
Khan, A. R. (2015). Business startup & implementation strategy (Unpublished graduate research project). Institute of Business Administration, Pakistan. Retrieved from https://ir.iba.edu.pk/research-projects-emba/286
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