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Case
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Reference no. 9B19MC048
Simplified Chinese language
Published by: Ivey Publishing
Originally published in: 2019
Version: 2019-06-07
Revision date: 13-Nov-2019
Length: 15 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

This is a Simplified Chinese version. In 2018, the Singapore-based telecommunication operator StarHub Ltd (StarHub) acknowledged that in 2017 its total revenue was relatively flat and its net profit had declined. In the face of rising competition and a slowing global economy, the company needed to explore new sources of revenue growth. Two areas of growth seemed promising. The first area involved the launch of StarHub's smart retail analytics for small and medium enterprises in the retail food and beverages industry, which had been experiencing a high churn rate. The second area would apply StarHub's new robotics and automation solutions in the labour-intensive hospitality industry, which suffered from an oversupply of properties and would likely see exits and consolidation. StarHub needed to choose between the two investment options.
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Abstract

This is a Simplified Chinese version. In 2018, the Singapore-based telecommunication operator StarHub Ltd (StarHub) acknowledged that in 2017 its total revenue was relatively flat and its net profit had declined. In the face of rising competition and a slowing global economy, the company needed to explore new sources of revenue growth. Two areas of growth seemed promising. The first area involved the launch of StarHub's smart retail analytics for small and medium enterprises in the retail food and beverages industry, which had been experiencing a high churn rate. The second area would apply StarHub's new robotics and automation solutions in the labour-intensive hospitality industry, which suffered from an oversupply of properties and would likely see exits and consolidation. StarHub needed to choose between the two investment options.

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Large
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2018

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