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offering trendy, high quality merchandise at discount prices. Their slogan is "Expect More-Pay Less". Target Corporation operates Target.com, an online, electronic retail store, as well as Super Target, which offers a full line grocery store in addition to the Target retail operation. The company's other key business include Target Financial Services, which encompass the Target Red and Target Visa card business. Target Corporation, originally called the Dayton Corporation, was formed in 1902 by George Dayton. The company recorded revenues of $59,490 million during the fiscal year ending January 2007.Target Corporation prides itself on its corporate responsibility which includes charitable
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Writing business-to-business messages is difficult. Finding the correct wording, formatting, and ensuring the reader receives the message the way it was intended can be an interesting task. This paper will analyze three business-to-business messages and provide techniques to assist preparing memos and messages. Then in conclusion the paper will provide an example of a business message asking to create a new business relationship and how to reject another company’s offer.
Types of Business Messages
There are four types of business messages: memos, E-mails, reports, and policy updates. Memos are generated
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1. Business of business
A business is an organisation engaged in the trade of goods, services, or both to consumers. Businesses are predominant in capitalist economies, in which most of them are privately owned and administered to earn profit to increase the wealth of their owners. Businesses may also be not-for-profit or state-owned.
The table below shows the businesses of businesses that are general and apply to any sector:
Create shareholder value | Shareholders are prominent of CSR |
A rapidly growing business and CSR | Rather than fuzzy movements for CSR |
Build good relations with customers | Rather than increasing profits |
identify consumer needs or wants | Produce goods
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Business is Show Business:
An Article about Business Presentations
By Mohamed Daher
The article was written by Brigitte Biehl-Missal. She is a professor in the Aberystwyth University. It was published in the Journal of Management Studies on May 2011. The article does not talk about management procedures or decisions, but rather, it talks about business presentations and the impact of visual and on-stage performances of senior managers and CEOs when they are giving presentations.
What does the article discuss? It explains that life is becoming increasingly theatrical and visual in character. These days, more and more theatrical practices are being used by corporate leaders for creating
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Business Structure Advice
October 8, 2015
Business Structure Advice
Business Structure Advice
October 8, 2015
From: Sandra Martinez
To: John, Owner
Subject: Advice in starting your business
John, in response to your request, for business structure advice, I believe the following business advice will be extremely helpful to lead you to the best decision. I would advice to develop steps to a business plan. First, write out a business plan. The business plan is to structure a successful business, which will outline and define the goals and guidelines of how to accomplish and structure those goals. A business plan also will
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20 Reasons Why You Need a Business Plan
Written by Pete Kennedy
* Business Planning
1. To prove that you’re serious about your business. A formal business plan is necessary to show all interested parties -- employees, investors, partners and yourself -- that you are committed to building the business.
2. To establish business milestones. The business plan should clearly lay out the long-term milestones that are most important to the success of your business. To paraphrase Guy Kawasaki, a milestone is something significant enough to come home and tell your spouse about (without boring him or her to death). Would you tell your spouse that you tweaked the company
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BUS 311: Business Law
7 Jul 2014
Upon the decision to start a new business, one must ask the question of what type of business entity they intend to initiate. According to Rodgers, Author of the book Essentials of Business Law, “One of the most fundamental decisions all businesspersons face in starting a business is how that business will be organized,” (2012). There are several deferent business entities to choose from. The business owner would have to weigh the different possibilities and factors such as taxes and liability to find which entity fits their intentions best. Most new small businesses options come down to a sole proprietorship, a
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The Gemini Geek » What Is Business Env ironment? » Print
What Is Business Environment?
Meaning: - The term Business Environment is composed of two words ‘Business’ and ‘Environment’. In simple terms, the state in which a person remains busy is known as Business. The word Business in its economic sense means human activities like production, extraction or purchase or sales of goods that are performed for earning profits. On the other hand, the word ‘Environment’ refers to the aspects of surroundings. Therefore, Business Environment may be defined as a set of conditions – Social, Legal, Economical, Political or Institutional that are uncontrollable in nature and affects the
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University of Phoenix
January 19, 2012
In considering forms of business such as sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, Limited Liability Company, S corporation, franchise, and corporate form, the scenarios of each form of business is listed below. In addition, the scenarios will enable individuals to further understand the relevance of the business forms.
Sole proprietorship is owned and operated by one person. This type of business form is easy to form. Many individuals that form this type of business is also called an entrepreneur. The owner of
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Why would my business fail?
According to the textbook, there are 12 common reasons for the failure of new small businesses. This is not an inclusive, nor industry specific listing.
1. Managerial incompetence
2. Lack of strategic planning
3. Lack of relevant experience
4. Inability to make the transition from corporate employee to entrepreneur
Marketing and Sales Issues
1. Ineffective marketing
2. Uncontrolled growth
3. Overreliance on a single customer
1. Inadequate financing
2. Poor cash management
3. Too much overhead
Systems and Facilities Issues
1. Poor location
2. Poor inventory
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What is a business plan?
A business plan is a road map for a company, it is put into black and white so that the company may look ahead in order to dispense funds to the appropriate areas of the business. The main purpose of the plan is to optimize growth and development according to priorities. A plan is a way to show your investors that you know what you are doing and that they will get a return on their investment. A plan should be used as a business tool, in which they can find great ideas and goals. A business plan is an easy way to communicate the idea and goals to the decision makers, it outlines Strong points as well as weak ones.
The mission of Primerica is to Help
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How a company organizes itself in order to conduct business is called business structure (Parrino, Kidwell & Bates, 2012). The size of the company, the type of business, the financial risks, the type of liability, the amount of man power needed among other factors play an important part in the choosing of a business structure that can be more efficient and more beneficial for the company and sometimes the consumer.
A one owner company, sole proprietorship might be the easiest business structure to set up but the one that is riskier since the owner is responsible for all
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Unit 1: Business Etiquette
August 26, 2012
There are many interpretations and much confusion of what “business casual” or “corporate casual” means. In general, business casual or corporate casual (same implication) means dressing professionally, looking relaxed, yet neat and pulled together. While the reason businesses want their employees to dress in this fashion may vary, the general idea is to allow the employees to work comfortably in the workplace, and at the same time projecting a professional image to customers, potential employees, and community visitors (Field). Job interviews can give
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Finance refers to the funds required to carry out the activities of a business. It is a crucial issue when an entrepreneur is identifying a business opportunity, especially due to the fact that finance is often difficult to obtain.
Sources of finance:
Finance is available from a variety of sources, but there are two main types of sources available to a business, those being debt and share holders’ equity. To put it simply, the business can either add their own funds (capital or equity), which is an internal source of funds; the business can also obtain loans (debt) from external sources.
- Debt Finance: This is finance obtain through loans. The main advantage with debt
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Far Horizon's owner is contemplating revising the way the business is structured. Currently the business is structure as a Sole Proprietor. Several alternate business structures may provide additional benefits for Far Horizon. One of Far Horizon's goals is to raise additional capital. The potential investors have required a forty-nine percent ownership of the business. In order for the current owner of Far Horizon to retain operating control of the business and to raise capital, four types of business organization merit investigation. Two types of corporations "C" and "S" would provide structure for gaining capital but have substantial documentation requirements. Two types of
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Assessment Criteria 1.2: Describe the extent to which an organisation meets the objectives of different stakeholders.
In an organisation different stakeholders have different objectives and a company will try to change their techniques to please the stakeholders.
A stakeholder is somebody who can affect or is affected by the actions of an organisation. They could be working in the company or an external party for example shareholders, employees, government, suppliers. Stakeholders hold the power to impact an organisation in several ways. Environmental groups and trade unions also come into effect when an organisation is making business decisions as they have to remain ethical and provide
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The extraordinary revolutionary change the United States economy has gained the attention of internal structures, cultures, and strategies. Many has disagreed with large industrial companies on how to maintain in this new and growing economic order, one has to restructure his or her organization environments as a business incubator. To accomplish new and also the growing social economic opportunities are developing and commercializing new product, new processes, and new business models among others. The goals and objectives are to require firms to pursue and gain creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Companies can also embrace changes and adopt business incubation as a
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Business Structure Advice
Dear John Owner
Starting a new business is not an easy decision to take. At first I would like to coagulate you for taking this decision and it will be my pleasure to explain to you the different business forms that exist, along with each business form advantageous and disadvantageous so you can choose the business form that is best suits your new business. There is more than one form of business structure such as: Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, Corporations, and the Limited liability corporations (LLCs) which are a hybrid form of Business organizations.
The sole Proprietorship is owned by one person, and it’s the simplest way to start a business as it’s
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My brother and I want to venture into an e-commerce business where we would create crafts and sell them online. When starting up a business, it is crucial to look into some factors in determining what kind of business structure would be more effective especially to an online business. Some of the factors to consider when deciding which business or legal structure is best for our company are: “how much control both of us intend to have on the business, how vulnerable the business is towards lawsuits, what type of tax implications will be impacted by the business structure we select, if we intend to use the profits to reinvest back into the business” (Bill, H., 2010). The most five major
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Importance of business intelligence decision making in corporate America
Business intelligence can be used to refer to computer software and tools that can be used to collect all forms of business data and use the collected data to generate reports (Chaudhuri et al 2011). In several cases the collected data can be focused on a specific department or the data can give an overall view of the company`s status. There are companies that have huge loads of data, this type of companies are the biggest gainers of business intelligence (Chaudhuri et al 2011). The number of companies using it is still small but with the use of business intelligence companies are able to
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In an ever growing fast paced society with businesses popping up and flourishing comes the question to what is important, the people who work for and support the businesses or the money? For most businesses success is gauged based on product or services output and profit. This brings the question to what means brings the success? Does the business value morals? Does it display the type of ethics people expect? Businesses should operate with upstanding ethics and morals that show they value their employees as well as the consumers who are essential to the success of a business.
Do businesses have an obligation to be moral? To ask that question one is
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The dynamics of our society bring many challenges and opportunities to the business world. Within the last decade, hundreds of jobs have emerged particularly in the technology sector to help keep up with the ever-changing world and to compete on a larger and better scale than the competition. Two key job markets and the basis of this research paper are business intelligence or BI and data mining or DM. These two fields play a very important role in small to large companies and are becoming higher desired sectors within the back offices of the workplace. This paper will explore what the meaning of BI and DM really is, how they are used and what we can expect as workers
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Executive summary·······································Page 3
Stage 1: Nature and description of business··············Page 4-5
Stage 2: Employment relations···························Page6-9
Stage 3: Marketing········································Page10-13
Stage 4: Finance··········································Page14-15
The first stage is planning for my business (a travel agency), which include business name, the prime function of the business, the location of my business, legal entity, mission statement, goals in different aspects, skills and personal qualities of the owner.
The second stage of the
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2
2. INTRODUCTION 2
3. METHODOLOGY 3
3.1 Research Objectives 3
3.2 Research Methods 3
3.3 Justifying the Research Methods 4
3.4 The impact of BI on Sensible Solution Ltd 4
4. LITERATURE REVIEW 7
4.1 BI Architecture and components 8
4.2 Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) 9
4.3 Levels Of Strategy Within An Organisation And Linkage To Bi 11
4.3.1 The Corporate Level Strategy 11
4.3.2 Business-Level Strategy 12
4.3.4 Operational Strategy 13
4.3.5 Bi implementation strategies 14
4.3.5 Balance Scorecard (BSC) 15
5. The Macro Environment of Sensible Solution Ltd 17
5.1 Swot Analysis 17
5.2 Pestle Analysis 18
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Communication is the most critical aspect of managing a business. Everyday businesses doors are closed and people lose jobs. A major problem is miscommunication between employees and their roles. Business owners and their employees need to understand that communicating is vital. Most businesses are held together with social media or many new technology inventions. Understanding how to use technology and why they it is so important is imperative. We are going to take a look into the advances, creations and day-to-day activities when dealing with business communication. The internet and all areas of communication is critical to take advantage of when running a business.
Businesses need to
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Information & Management 40 (2003) 581–590
E-business development for competitive advantages: a case study
Dien D. Phan*
Department of Business Computer Information Systems, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN 56301, USA Received 5 July 2001; received in revised form 4 March 2002; accepted 20 July 2002
Abstract Electronic business (e-business) today plays a major role in the world’s economy. Forester Research estimated that, by 2003, the value of e-commerce of US and Europe will reach US$ 3 trillion. As the e-marketplace becomes more lucrative, it attracts new entrants and created turmoil in the market. There have been many spectacular successes and many failures. This paper
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SUBDOMAIN 310.1 - BUSINESS LAW
Competency 310.1.2: Organizational Forms - The graduate can select the appropriate
form of organization for a business.
310.1.2-01: Differentiate between a sole proprietorship and general partnership.
310.1.2-02: Differentiate between a general partnership and a limited partnership.
310.1.2-03: Identify the distinguishing characteristics of C-corporations.
310.1.2-04: Identify the distinguishing characteristics of S-corporations.
310.1.2-05: Recognize the characteristics of a limited liability company (LLC).
310.1.2-06: Determine the appropriate business form for a given situation.
As you work on this task, ask yourself
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Business and the Economic Environment
Business economic environment plays a great role in promoting the business operations. The economic set up of the business environment will dictate whether the business becomes successful or fails. Some of the economic factors in the business environment include; the micro and macroeconomic factors. Therefore, the business should establish effective strategies to deal with the economic challenges that might arise in the business. Additionally, the business must evaluate its economic environment and identify the threats and opportunities. This paper aims at evaluating the impacts of
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The Evolution of Business Ethics
Human Resources Management
OMM 640 (MFF1320A)
Ethics are integral parts of business development. In order for an organization to establish oneself it must be distinguishable by its code of ethically behaviors. Organizations are able to flourish or disintegrate based on the behaviors associated with the business. As in life a good name and a good reputation is invaluable for one to succeed, so as it is in business.
In the society in which we live today businesses are now more globally sound and in-depth corporate social responsibility is at the forefront of ethically issues. Organizations must contend on a daily basis with
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Business Research Ethnics
Business research Ethnics a very extremely valuable operation that every company must conduct from small businesses to large businesses if the business wants to succeed and grow. Understanding the business, many industries will understand the reason why everything should be done before consideration your own business or working for a business. The business Research history has been around for a long time, which all businesses goes through the business research and plays a strict role in managing a business.
Business research provides information to make correct decisions, and the best decisions for a company, whether a small company or a large company. In
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The term ‘business environment’ means the sum total of all individuals, institutions and other forces that are outside the control of a business enterprise but that may affect its performance. As one writer has put it– “Just take the universe, subtract from it the subset that represents the organisation, and the remainder is environment”. Thus, the economic, social, political, technological and other forces which operate outside a business enterprise are part of its environment. So also, the individual consumers or competing enterprises as well as the governments, consumer groups, competitors, courts, media and other institutions working outside an enterprise
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Business article Business article Business
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For other uses, see Business (disambiguation).
"Firm" redirects here. For other uses, see The Firm.
Companies law |
* Company * Business |
Business entities |
* Sole proprietorship * Partnership * Corporation * Cooperative |
European Union / EEA |
* EEIG * SCE * SE * SPE |
UK / Ireland / Commonwealth |
* Community interest company * Limited company * by guarantee * by shares * Proprietary * Public * Unlimited company |
United States |
* Benefit corporation * C corporation * LLC
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Within the electronic reserve videos this week, it explains the behaviors of one becoming the owner or person in charge. The private enterprise is the approaching industry approach on behalf of companiesâ€™ throughout, which are up-and-coming fast. The videos are demonstrating the example of Thebe Jordan, the inflections furthermore; the proprietor of the Eggplant Boutique, a business which areas of expertise in â€œstationary and giftsâ€. Jeff is another businessperson who creates airplanes on behalf of security. Each one of those individuals explains what it is like inside the business; and that there is a lot more to it than just a company, each one believe that it
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AIU ONLINE |
Better Business |
Unit 4 Individual Project |
Michelle Forbes |
The goal of this memo is to take a deeper look into two companies and their success in particular business situations. By taking these situations and learning new tactics from these companies, we will learn how to invent new tactics creating a successful business, whose ultimate goal is to ensure an orderly and fulfilling working environment. Success financially and in the work place is important in having an ever growing corporation. |
To whom it may concern:
I have looked into two very successful businesses and have seen that there are two very interesting business tactics used
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Business Entities Law Paper
University of Phoenix
September 20, 2011
The extermination business scenario is where Frank is a successful investor. His goal is to open a chain of exterminator businesses across the United States. In my opinion, Frank should establish this business prospect as a franchise. According to "Business Link" (2011), “the franchisee sells the franchisor's product or services, trades under the franchisor's trade mark or trade name, and benefits from the franchisor's help and support. In return, the franchisee usually pays an initial fee to the franchisor and then a percentage of the sales revenue. The franchisee owns the outlet they run. But
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COMMUNICATING WITH CUSTOMERS:
A Written Report
Presented to Prof. Maria Theresa Ranquilman
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree
Master in Business Administration
Analyn P. Deogracias
Connecting with Customers: Business Markets
It is a decision-making process by which formal organizations establish the need for purchased products and services and identify, evaluate, and choose among alternative brands and suppliers.
Business Market versus Consumer Market
Business Markets comprises all organizations that buy goods and services for use in
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Contents of Table
List of Figures and Tables
1. Introduction 3
1.1 Aim 3
1.2 Background 3
1.3 Scope 4
1.4 Methodology 4
1.5 Plan 4
2. Findings and discussion 5
2.1 Overview of the problem 5
2.2 Causes 7
2.2.1 Behindhand internet security 7
2.2.2 Credit problem 8
2.2.3 Traditional ideas 10
3. Conclusion 12
4. Recommendations 13
4.1 Perfecting the internet security system 13
4.2 Improving the credit 13
4.3 Enhancing the education and advertising of e-business 14
List of Figures and Tables
Table 1. The internet user growth rate from 2005 to
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Bhawani Nandan Prasad
Management Education from IIM Calcutta and Stratford University, USA
Bhawani Nandan Prasad
What Is Strategy
• A strategy consists of a pattern of decisions that set the goals and objectives that lead to long run competitive advantages for a firm.
– Undertake a SWOT analysis. – Determining distinctive competencies. Determining the competitive arena. – Develop a plan to reach the business goals.
Bhawani Nandan Prasad
• A value chain is a way of envisioning the collection of activities that a business undertakes to design, produce, market, deliver, and support products or services. • The Competitive Arena is
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Read Ch. 24, 26, & 28–30 of Economics.
Read University of Phoenix Material: Will Bury’s Price Elasticity Scenario located on your student website.
Read University of Phoenix Material: Thomas Money Service Inc. Scenario located on your student website.
2. Nongraded Activities and Preparation
Listen to the Week Four podcast.
3. Individual Assignment: Week Four Quiz
• Complete the Week Four Quiz located on your student website.
4. Individual Assignment: Business Proposal
This week, you may choose from two different assignment options. Each option requires you to apply economic principles presented in Weeks One through Three. Your assignment will be reviewed
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Business Objects Developer
Internal Req #: 5216
Client Req #: ST7080
Client: State of WI – DOT
Location: Madison, WI
The desired candidate will possess an advanced knowledge and skill with Business Objects Reporting Tools including Universe Designer, WEBI & DESKI Report Development and Dashboard Designer. They will possess strong analysis and design skills and be familiar with Business Intelligence and Data warehousing concepts. A solid understanding of relational data structures and proficiency in SQL development is a requirement. Prior experience with Business Objects XI Version 3 is preferred.
This position will work directly with the DMV (Division of Motor Vehicles
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Graduate certificate of Business (Management)
Organizational Functions and Dynamics
Prepared For: Jo Jensen
Subject Code: MBM 507
By: Dennis Kovacevic
Student Number: 7465548
Due Date: 1st May 2011
Word Count: 960
What is Business Ethics?
According to Robbins (Pg.174) Ethics are interpreted as the “rules and principals that define right and wrong conduct.” While this sounds straightforward on the surface, if we ask ourselves what right and wrong conduct is, it would be different depending who you ask. Things like race, gender, nationality, age, religion and industry all affect what we interpret to be right and wrong and this is where business ethics
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Forms of Ownership
Business is the profitable activity in which the owner provides products or service to the customers in order to get profit. The main aim of the business is to make profit. The wrong decision on selecting the ownership affects the over all performance of the business. The business run by the one in order to take risk and profit is called the sole-proprietorship. The second form of the ownership is partnership which include more than two business partner in the firm. Corporation is the third form of the business ownership which is entity where the shares are sold, governed by the law and working as a unit.
Sole proprietorship is the form of the business ownership
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How to Write a Great Business Plan
The following are recommended components of your business plan, although the order in which you write and present these sections can be subject to change:
Executive Summary: This is the abstract of your business plan, a summary of everything you will say in greater detail in the ensuing pages. It spells out the content and goals of your plan, hitting all the highlights. This section is key if you are seeking outside funding as it introduces possible investors to your business. Be sure to include background about your company, the market opportunity, your capital requirements, a mission statement, an overview of management, competitors, your
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The government has released funds for creating a small business. This is the best time to get Webb’ Inc started. Sandy Webb will sit down and examine the forms of the four business organization would best suit her service. The company will consider legal, tax, accounting, and other implications when selecting from the four business types.
The Four Forms of Business’
There are four main forms of business organizations that Sandy the owner of Webb Inc. must choose form to start the process of forming her business. The legal entity in which a business owner can choose from is sole proprietorship, partnership, C corporation, and S corporation. Along, with the advantages and disadvantages of
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Business Environment Individual Assignment
Main body 4
1. The types of business 4
1.1 The sole trader 4
1.2 The partnership 4
1.3 The corporations 5
2. The responsibility of business 5
2.1 Social responsibilities 5
2.2 Environmental responsibilities 6
2.3 Ethics and business 6
2.4 Management responsibilities 7
2.5 Public relations and corporate image 8
3. The mission of business 9
3.1 Definition 9
3.2 Functions 9
3.3 Problems with mission 9
4. Conduct a case study to analyze the organization of a business. 9
4.1 Background of organization 10
4.2 The framework of
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I. Introductory Page
A. Name and address of business
CattleyaNet soon to be located in Brgy. Market Site Dulag, Leyte, will offerthe community easy and affordable access to the Internet. CattleyaNet will provide full access to email, online games, WWW, FTP, Usenet and other Internet Applications such as Telnet and Gopher. CattleyaNet will also provide customers with a unique and innovative experience for enjoying great coffee, specialty beverages, and bakery items.
We decided to name our business as “CattleyaNet because the proponents are all females and we happen to like the same kind of flower and that is Cattleya.
B. Name and addresses of the principals
1. Marisa G. Brecio
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Business Writing Portfolio
Business Writing Portfolio
January 04, 2011
Part I: Business Writing Steps
Analyzing the problem, defining your purposes, and analyzing the audience.
Brainstorming information, benefits, and objections to include in the document.
Gathering the information you need—from the message you’re answering, a person, a book, or the Web.
Choosing a pattern of organization, making an outline, creating a list, writing headings.
Putting words on paper or on a screen. Writing can be lists, fragmentary notes, stream-of-consciousness writing, incomplete drafts, and ultimately a formal draft
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December 15, 2013
What does sustainability mean in general terms and in a business context
In general terms, the key principal of sustainability is to support, endure, perpetuate and supply the necessities of life on earth without depleting resources at a rate in which they cannot replenish themselves, crossing any thresholds or boundaries potential harmful the existence of life or destroy ecosystems that are important to animal and plant life on earth. These principals can also be applied to the life we lead as business owners, manager and other working professionals. In this paper I will be discussing what the key principals and meaning of
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. Safeway Plc Introduction As a component part of my ASVCE course in Business Studies, I have to investigate various forms of business enterprise and write a detailed report on one medium-sized or large business. In assembling this report, I will be investigating, and analysing the following aspects of my chosen "case study", which is Safeway Plc, illustrating "Business at work"...> Objectives of the organisation.> The organisation and structure of the business.> The organisational culture of the business.> Communication channels used by the business.> Methods of monitoring quality assessment and control.> Value added by the business.> The impact of ICT upon the internal and external
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Time passed quickly, the lessons will be end at the early of April and the marketplace simulation have already finished with the end of the quarter 6. During the lesson and actual operation, I got vast academic knowledge in business area and improved my personal abilities in the class. Group work is a good way to exercise the ability to communicate and summarizes some marketing experience from the virtual platform for business running. It is critical that the marketplace simulation manipulation checked my academic skills and I learned how to get knowledge and flexible use in practice.
Lessons learned during the course
During the course, I got a lot of speculative