To satisfy my customers.
To make a profit.
To add new product lines.
To hire good employees.
How could they be more:
To satisfy my customers, which will be me
Chapter 12 - Understanding Marketing and developing Products
What is Marketing?
Marketing is an organizational function and a set of processes for creating,
communicating, and delivering value to customers, and for managing customer
relationships in ways
Chapter 10 - Operations management, productivity, and quality
Service Operations - Production activities that yield tangible and intangible service products,
such as entertainment, transportations and education.
Good Production - Firms that make tangible
Searching Online Databases
Quiz #2 (Databases)
Five Traditional Print Evaluation Criteria Adapted from Jan
Alexander and Marsha Tate: The Web as a Research Tool:
1. How reliable and free from error is the informa
MKTG 1028 - Peer Evaluation of Group Member Contributions
Each Student must submit a Peer Evaluation. I reserve the right to give an individual student a grade lower than the rest of the Group.
On a scale of 1 (poor) to 10 (excellent), rate each of your g
Secondary Market Research
Final Test Study Guide
Study Guide Part 1
a. What types of information should you find out about your rivals when completing
a competitive analysis?
How many Competitors?
Who are they
Which customer segments are they
We are here on behalf of our company Just Pucking Around.
Today we will be going over are business plan that are
company has been putting together for the last few months.
Our team has been devoted to finding out if are company was
Chapter 10 Operations Management, Productivity and Quality
Service Operations: Production activities that yield tangible and intangible service
Goods Production: Production activities that yield tangible products.
Utility: The power of a product
Business Essential Chapter 5:
Globalization: Process by which the world economy is becoming a single
Import: Product made or grown abroad but sold domestically
Export: Product made or grown domestically but shipped and sold abroad
CHAPTER 1- THE CANADIAN BUSINESS SYSTEM
What is a Market? - A mechanism for the exchange between buyers and sellers of
goods and services.
Profit: the money that remains after a business's expenses are subtracted from its
Expense: the money a bu
International Marketing Assignment
Worth 15% of your final grade
Your task is to incorporate your marketing skills and complete the following in-class
1. Assume that you work for Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) which already had
outlets in other
BUSI 1005 Final In-Class Presentations worth 15%
You will be pitching your idea to the class who are the clients
Your POSTER BOARD should be interesting, engaging and capture the
The POSTER BOARD is worth 5 of the 15 tot
Running head: Supply Chain Management at Loblaws
Business Essentials: Business Case 10-Supply Chain Management
Yi Yao, Yu Bai, Jiyao Zou, Allan Gibbons
Supply Chain Management- Business Case 10
1. What is a supply chain? Why is effici
Chapter 11 - Understanding Accounting
What is Accounting, and Who Uses Accounting Information?
Accounting - is a comprehensive information system for collecting, analyzing, and
communicating financial information. It measures business performance and tran