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Reference no. AD-0268-E
Authors: Africa Arino
Published by: IESE Business School
Originally published in: 2002
Version: 04.05.2002
Length: 2 pages

Abstract

A family firm that produces and sells printed T-shirts at events and festivals in mid-sized towns must decide how many T-shirts to produce for an upcoming event. Three possible scenarios are defined, each with a different probability. This case was previously numbered 602-074-1.

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Abstract

A family firm that produces and sells printed T-shirts at events and festivals in mid-sized towns must decide how many T-shirts to produce for an upcoming event. Three possible scenarios are defined, each with a different probability. This case was previously numbered 602-074-1.

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