Unique selling position Our distribution of telecentres across Australia allows

Unique selling position our distribution of

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extensive networking to ensure we have the latest high-end consumer services available for our customers. Unique selling position Our distribution of telecentres across Australia allows us to provide the personal level of service customers expect with exclusive services. Our customer service is knowledgeable and friendly. We reward our customers for their loyalty. Anticipated demand A large number of customers (domestic small and medium businesses) purchase our lower priced services, valued at $500 750. We offer exclusive premium services to our large corporate clients who would spend approximately $10,000 15,000 every month. Pricing strategy XYZ applies standard industry mark-ups for lower priced services. Our high-end services are often unique in the market and are priced accordingly, based on our costs and understanding of the market. Value to customer XYZ individual customers view us as a destination for quality services with a ‘green’ bias. Our corporate clients trust us to provide high quality products/services that will perform above expectation and impress their clients. Our VIP customers are discerning and rely on us to keep them up to date with the latest in exclusive telecentre services. Growth potential XYZ is aiming for 15 per cent growth in revenue per annum. This growth will come in part from technology improvements and innovation resulting in better sustainable services. Growth will also occur naturally as the businesses in Australia continue to increase and accumulate more wealth. Insurance XYZ holds current workers compensation and public liability, product liability, business asset and business revenue insurance. The company accountant holds all details. Risk management See XYZ intranet for the current risk-management procedure.
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Assessment Resources | BSBMGT517 TAS-AT-V2-04062018 © International College of Tasmania P a g e 15 | 21 Legal considerations The following list is current at time of publication and is not exhaustive. Key provisions of relevant legislation from all forms of government, standards and codes of practice such include those related to: Anti-discrimination legislation Telecommunications Act 1997 AS 5037:2005 Knowledge Management - a guide AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 Risk Management Australian Accounting and Auditing Standards Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) requirements Australian Taxation Office regulations Certified and workplace agreements Codes of practice Company law Contract law Copyright Corporations law Duty of care Employee contracts Enterprise agreements Environmental issues Environmental or sustainability legislation, regulations and codes of practice applicable to industry and organisation Ethical principles Federal and state/territory awards/use of Wageline Financial legislation Freedom of information legislation Fringe benefits tax (FBT) Pay as you go (PAYG) tax Payroll tax Privacy laws and confidentiality Superannuation Guarantee (Administration) Act and superannuation regulations Unlawful dismissal rules and due process Work, health and safety legislation, regulations and codes of practice.
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