unit 3 dq small business - customers wouldn’t trust her...

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Hello class and professor, I think the ethical dilemma for Stella & Dot would be that she would have a choice of selling directly to consumers or through retailers, either way she will be competing and this would make her look untrustworthy. I think every direct sales company has its negatives and positive ways of doing business. Discuss the consequential and non-consequential reasoning involved. The consequential reasoning would be that she could lose money because some of her
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Unformatted text preview: customers wouldn’t trust her anymore. The non-consequential reason would be that she would take their customers away from the retailers by selling their products for less than what they were selling them for. The potential impact would be that the retailer would feel that she’s stealing their customers and making the retailers look like their over charging for their products....
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