Ciao baby pesto case study 9'9'11

Ciao baby pesto case study 9'9'11 - David Coffman 9/9/11...

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David Coffman 9/9/11 Bus 101 Section HB Rachel has a unique business that is solely run and operated by her. In this case the primary stakeholder of her pesto company is her customers. Since her business is solely run by her she has no need yet for employees, stockholders, and her demand for supplies isn’t nearly high enough for any supplier to have much stake in her company. The customer is interested in her high quality and homemade pesto that they can’t buy in regular stores or supermarkets. However, the demand for Rachel’s pesto has grown rapidly resulting in a lot of challenges. I think Rachel should develop her company into a partnership for many reasons. Her growing company is going to need a lot more capital and having a partner that can provide some would be ideal. Her business growth is too big for her to be running everything from operating a large facility to making all the pesto. If Rachel could find a partner that has complementary management skills to her own that would help a lot. That way she can spend more time
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