Developed at Pikes Place Fish Market
Based on 4 simple principles Play Choose Your Attitude Be There Make Their Day
Its Movie Time!
Its time to play
Choose a volunteer Choose your attitude
Be There Basketball
Go Ahead and make someones day!
The Fish Philosophy Arizona DECA Style Introduction to the Fish Philosophy Fish Philosophy Video Fish Video Discussion Play Activity (Fish Toss Game) Choose Your Attitude (Speech) Be There (Basketball Toss Game) Make Their Day (Circle of Compliments Works
Why Invest in Canada? www.investincanada.gc.ca
In 1997, Canada became the first G-7 country to post a surplus in the 1990s. After six consecutive annual surpluses, balanced budgets or better are expected for 2003-0
Team Canada Questions: What is Team Canada? What is its purpose? What is the most recent Team Canada mission? What did it accomplish? How do you get to go on a Team Canada mission? When was the first Team Canada mission and where did it go?
WHY COMPANIES EXPAND INTERNATIONALLY
Domestic sales are not large enough and there is opportunity internationally Increase sales and profit Solve problems worldwide with the product/service Obtain needed resources
REASONS FOR RECENT GROWTH IN INTERNATION
Invest in Canada Explore the Possibilities You will be using the following websites for this tracking sheet. Human Development Reports: http:/hdr.undp.org/statistics/data/?CFID=333610&CFTOKEN=35425667 Invest in Canada - http:/www.investincanada.com/
S-Curves vs Product Life Cycles As a technology matures, additional research expenditures on that technology begin to produce diminishing returns. This is the familiar S-curve which shows significant performance improvements at the early stages of discove
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Business Etiquette Presentation Each culture deals with business differently. In your ISU groups, your task is to create a presentation on the business etiquette from your country. This information must be included in your ISU. If your country is not incl
R U B R I C : M A K IN G
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Criteria Knowledge/ Understanding Evidence of research Thinking/Inquiry Analysis and assessment of data Introductory statement Level 1 Limited research information Limited analysis or asse
M arketing Plan Evaluation Sheet PART 1: INTRODUCTORY INFORMAT IO N Introduction / History Introduction of firm, detailed history data Comments: /5
Detailed product description.
U.S.P. detailed Convincing discussion re: features and benefits Comments: /5
Students: _ Topic: _ Criteria Knowledge/ Understanding Evidence of research Thinking/Inquiry Analysis and assessment of data Introductory statement Level 1 t Limited research information t Limited analysis or as
The Importance of Importing
Product Demand customers who want a unique item sometimes must purchase a foreign product due to climate or fashion or quality Ex. Almost all of the bananas, cocoa, and coffee consumed in Canada is imported, as are the leather
History of International Business
China, India, Japan trading products 15 000 years ago Africans traded with South America thousands of years ago
5th Century Greek and Middle East Roman Empire dominated for 600 years including Arabs Viking explorers to I
Evolution of Global Trade
Self-sufficiency: Countries are self-sufficient when they provide for all of the population withouth relying on another country for survival. e.g. Amish/Old Order Mennonite Tribal People Canadas Aboriginal Population Communes Ear
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Develop a list of 30 products that you find around your house. Determine where the product was manufactured. Make sure you find a good variety of products!
Product Casio Calculator
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TRADE BARRIERS PRESENTATIONS Using one of the Trade Barriers you will be assigned below: Tariffs Currency Fluctuations (teach us how to convert) Investment Regulations Environmental Restrictions Foreign Relations and Trade Sanctions Safety Regulations Imm
1 Ian Ilnisky Dave Disher Mike Heldman Mike Morrow Shane MacKimmie 2 Correen Smith Katie Jones Heather Wright Shane Spraklin 3 Mike Fallan Jen Parent Sara Moncrief Hailey Abramovich Mike Bernstein 4 Jasmine Baetz Lauren Rae Sarah Youngson Kendra Bullock 5
Evaulation Trade Barriers Presentations Names: Trade Barrier: Handout _ _ _/15 Marks Comments:
Presentation _/15 Marks How well you answered questions What you taught the class Involvement of group TOTAL _/30
Evaulation Trade Barriers Presentations Names:
Introduction to Marketing
What is Marketing? Defined: All steps involved in getting the product from the manufacturer to the end consumer
Keys to Success
1. Know your customer
ie. Customer is king
2. Differentiate yourself from the competition 3. SWOT
I n t roduction to Ma rketing Quiz
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. What is marketing? What is a good? What is a service? What determines the effectiveness of the marketing process? Name two t rends that greatly impact our modern world. What is utili ty? L ist
A. Explain the importance of
valuing differences of others in the workplace. B. Demonstrate ways to treat others fairly at work.
Explain the importance of valuing differences of others in the workplace.
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