Tea box was a small, food-selling retail store in secondary schools in Hong Kong. It was considered a bold undertaking, since it was tested social enterprise as a way of servicing the community through a non-governmental organization with a social worker was. After a year in business, identifies a rating of poor management company as a cause of financial loss and discomfort in employee surveys. The Superintendent of the caddy was determined to save the venture and began investigat … Read more »

Tea box was a small, food-selling retail store in secondary schools in Hong Kong. It was considered a bold undertaking, since it was tested social enterprise as a way of servicing the community through a non-governmental organization with a social worker was. After a year in business, identifies a rating of poor management company as a cause of financial loss and discomfort in employee surveys. The Superintendent of the caddy was determined to save the venture and began the study of the financial statements and employee surveys in depth in order to find a way to a viable enterprise caddy and differentiate it from other similar providers. Based on this analysis, he wanted a concrete plan to develop successfully.
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Kevin Au,
Mingles Tsoi
Source: Ivey Publishing
11 pages.
Release Date: 26 February 2009. Prod #: 908M32-PDF-ENG
Tea caddy – Running Tuck Shops in Hong Kong schools (A) HBR case solution

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