Tearing the grass up and disturbing the wildlife we

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tearing the grass up and disturbing the wildlife, we have put in place to limit your businesses impact on the environment is that we always change locations/spots, stick to the tracks/dedicated areas, don’t chase or touch animals. Don’t leave any rubbish that can get into water ways or just leave it onthe ground for animals to choke on Community impact and engagement[• The business affects the local community by offering our service to everyone aged 16 and above and to make the community a fit and healthy communityWe can engage the community in minimizing our impact by having group sessions and spreading them out from different parks to ovals so there isn’t over use of the grounds
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BUS12 BusinessAssignment v2.2 (2018/12/11)Risks/constraintsDebris on the groundBurnt/vandalism Needles/foreign objectsWeatherWet grassNesting of animals Strategies[• The strategies we have implement to minimize /mitigate your environmental impact and any other risks to your business are by checking out the grounds safety prior to the clients arriving, reporting all incidents to the local council. Staying far away from any dangerWe will conduct and report all Mandatory Environmental Audits that are imposed by the local councilOur environmental management system in place is to basically leave the environment exactly the way we found it so there could be no traces back that we were even training there. An extensive cleanup will be done after every session with the help from the clients as a warm down as we are all about give and take.18
BUS12 BusinessAssignment v2.2 (2018/12/11)The Market5.Complete each of the market components described in the following box.Market research Question.
Describe who your niche market are.
Who decided on the purchase?
Who buys from me?Identify the characteristics of your current market? (If no current clients just leave blank)Where do customers seek information?
Where are potential customers?Are your customers residential or working? Where do they hang out?
What benefits do they seek?What are their goals, and obstacles?What price are they willing to pay?
What are their incomes, what is affordable? (Great way to find this information is interviewingyour target market, for the assignment you can just estimate)

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