Style Lesson 5 - Michael Wang 9/21/11 FWS: Phil 1111.103...

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Unformatted text preview: Michael Wang 9/21/11 FWS: Phil 1111.103 Exercises from Chapter 5 of Style Exercise 5.1 2) We will highlight the components of Abco’s profitability, particularly growth in Asian markets, in our report to demonstrate its advantages versus competitors. This analysis will be based on revenue returns along several dimensions – product type, end-use, distribution channels, etc. According to our projections, we see likely growth prospects of Abco’s newest product lines depending mostly upon its ability to develop distribution channels in China. This introduction of new products will require the support of a range of innovative strategies. Exercise 5.2 2) Animals are not capable of creating and communicating a new message to fit a new experience in their natural states. Their genetic code limits the number and kind of messages that they can communicate. For example, bees can only communicate information about distance, direction, source, and richness of pollen in flowers. Animals of the same species are characterized by having a limited repertoire of messages delivered in the same way, for...
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Style Lesson 5 - Michael Wang 9/21/11 FWS: Phil 1111.103...

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