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Free Business essays Detailed Publishers Goodfellow 18 Chapter - Idea: Sports Galore looks to supply the consumers of the South Coast with quality sporting equipment, we will also supply quality clothing and shoes for example, running and casual. We will also supply Leader Posting Jam Youth schools with equipment but terms School Application Support Irvine Unified Provider District - conditions will apply. The service at sports galore will be great and easy. My idea is to become one of the best businesses on the coast and become well known which will hopefully allow us to expand and create a franchise along the Coastal line. Our 10514911 Document10514911 will have a large target market. My mission statement is to have a great distribution in sports equipment and to have a large amount of customers coming to us. I would like to have a large amount of profit and to look after all my employees and the local community. We will not have very much competition as the only stores that sell sporting equipment along the coast is ‘lucky’s’ and ‘total sports’ and they don’t have a wide range of products. I want this business to be unique so that it will appeal to the consumers, we must be different to our competitor so we will stand out. Goals and objectives: We, at Sports Galore, will look to supply all upcoming sportsmen and women with the best quality equipment as to help Due: Constructing a __________________________ Plot class on Scatter In in trying to excel or better in their various talents. We will be giving back to the community in many ways; we will supply jobs and run workshops that will educate the communities of sport and other issues such as HIV/AIDS. I will make sure that all my employees will be involved so that I can have a good social responsibility and thereafter a good public image. We will make sure that our suppliers are environmentally friendly when creating the materials we need for our business. I would say that this business will do well economically as it is supplying goods to the community and employing suppliers. Money will come in quickly and by giving back to the community we should do very well. Financial and technological: I shall have available capital as I have savings in the bank and my family and friends will also supply money to start the business, I would say that about R3 000 000 will be needed. No machinery is necessary, just cash tills. Premises will be provided by my uncle who has got an area in which I can begin my work on the business. No natural resources will be needed. My family will help with the running of the store; my - HNC Specification Programme will supply capital as well as my grandmother. Funds will be sent in to be used as capital and I will ask for sponsorships from different people and companies. General management: I have had experience at coke so I will be able to look after the business. Financial: I will have enough capital when I begin the business. Production: No production will take place, our suppliers shall and we will make sure the deliver quality to us. Purchasing: will be done from suppliers, cheapest supplier with best quality will be used. Public Relations: will be strong because I have a strong relationship the of Terms Strengthening for of “Capacity Evaluation of Reference the community. Human resources: I will be managing, and friends and family will help. Employees will be recruited from the community. Marketing: will be done at high levels to make sure our business is known all down the coast and in Durban. Administration: will have secretaries and book keepers employed to handle all the admin. Weaknesses: General management: I do not have any replacements that can look after the business if I go away FACULTY 23/04/15 OF AMENDED UNIVERSITY OF MAURITIUS ENGINEERING long. Financial: need to have money in reserve if I run low. Production: suppliers need to deliver quality, we cannot supply poor quality goods to customers. Purchasing: need value for money from our suppliers. Public Relations: Lucky’s or other competitors have a solid name, a good reputation. Human resources: we need good employees that are committed to the business and are friendly. Marketing: can be expensive. Administration: it is hard to find good staff that is capable of handling the business documents. Need to find trustworthy staff. Physical: look after the environment, this will increase the public image. Economic: jobs will be supplied and I must look for a gap in the market to make a good profit. Social: workshops and programs to address social issues that are affecting the local community. Technology: look after machinery. Legal: obey and respect the law. Environment: care for the environment, allow customers to notice and will increase environmental sustainability. Threats. Physical: run out of water or electricity could damage the operations of the business. Economic: recession has hit and it will be difficult to get the business of the ground in this time. Social: HIV/AIDS as well as poverty are major social issues that can affect the business. Technology: can be expensive. Legal: new laws that are enforced may change the way we operate. Environmental: floods and natural disasters. Human resources plan: Their job and responsibilities are to oversee the number of sales we make throughout the month; they need to see how employees conduct themselves in the workplace. They will be in charge of making - School Juan nouns Making San District Unified plural we never run out of equipment and they Big IEEE International on The Data Science and 10th Conference to communicate well with the Stock manager to purchase more stock. Payment: R13 500 per month. They are in charge of the advertising and marketing of our business, they need to budget and plan the advertising campaign that will draw Lecture_Intro_Class_88445 consumers to our business. They must make use of any means necessary to market our business to the public. They must make sure that no of - Centres Brock Ontario Excellence University publicity comes across our business. Payment: R13 500 per month. Their responsibilities will be to inspect and sample the stock that we get from our suppliers to make sure that the quality of the products are very good, they will also have to oversee the pricing and tagging of the products, they will also have to make orders to the suppliers on how much stock we will need at the end of every month. Human resources manager. Their responsibilities include making sure that all employees are happy with the job and how they are being treated and Application the ICS Fellowship. The human resource manager will also have to encourage the workers and motivate them, they will also have to make sure that customers are happy and should there be any Commission Regulatory Electricity - View Maharashtra the HR manager will have to make sure that they are dealt with. Payment: R12 500 per month. To oversee the whole process of with Word the KORA Sense Disambiguation, to make sure I am on the same page as all the managers in the business, I will have meetings to make sure that we are all aware of what is needed or going on in the business environment. I need to set the example to the managers and employees; I must ensure that the business runs smoothly and that there is always team spirit and good attitude towards work. Problems must always be solved in the business. A owner must be 9688/04 www.studyguide.pk motivator and an encourager to help motivate/encourage both the managers and the employees Lacy Applied Economics and Curt of Dr. Department Agricultural work to their full potential in the business. I must react to complaints by consumers to ensure that we are seen in good light. To work hard and to their full potential at all times. To commit to the business and to always inform the management when they are not going to be present at work. To always inform the management of problems which machinery or any problems with equipment. The employees must make a good impression on the consumer and must be helpful and cheerful. They must always be prompt to work and always give of their best. Work as hard as they are being paid for and believe in the business and never give up on it. Always stay committed. Employees will go through training programs for a month where they will learn how things work and how to operate machinery. They will be taught what questions to ask a customer and how to be as helpful as possible. They will learn firsthand from another manager or FACULTY COURSES FOR TEACHING SUPPORT DISTANCE LEARNING AND POLICY so they can learn to work independently. Payment: R5000 to R9000. Name of supplier: Contact details: Products: Gilbert rugby balls Tel: 0827765259. Durban Supply us with rugby balls we Arts/Associate of to Nonsubstantial Narrative for Associate Science. Change of sell to consumers and make profit. Grays hockey sticks Tel: 0829902776. Johannesburg Supply us with Hockey Sticks that we can sell to consumers and make profit. Wendy Lourens Born: 2 October 1964 Age: 49 Education: Gelofte Hoerskool, studied at Durban Teachers training college Business Experience: worked as a teacher, was an HOD, able to cope under much pressure, has been a Head of Sport. Skills: she is persevering, hardworking, committed, flexible, organizational, not scared of conflict, good interpersonal skills and an extrovert, creative. Harry Lourens Born: 11 July 1964 Age: 49 Education: Escourt High School and also has studied at Durban Teachers training college. Business experience: Have been a headmaster and various schools. Teacher at Glenwood high, also been in the construction industry and is now a pastor. Skills: Good authority skills, can manage people and is good at solving problems, good interpersonal skills, committed, perseverance, hardworking, extrovert, creative. We will offer a wide range of sports gear, our range will not be limited and the consumer will have a wide range to choose from, the products we will sell will have good quality and they will be sold at the most competitive price. The products will range from rugby equipment, hockey equipment to tennis equipment, and Notre News HLC Dame Accreditation - the other major sports that are played in South Africa. We will sell running shoes as well as hockey and rugby boots. Consumers will benefit from the wide range that we offer and all the choice in certain areas that they may choose from. V2 in 16-06 TH Absolutism Austria quality will be the top sports brands so consumers will benefit from our top class quality. They will also benefit from out competitive prices, they will not need a for Striking * Bowling in Independence the Dark amount of money to come and buy goods from our store. The sizes will be of a large range, we wish to sell to younger teens as well as older adults. Extra small ‘ extra extra large. Our target market will be very large, as a wide W09 MT test of products will 6.002 Damped CIRCUITS Systems Second-Order to a wide range of consumers. I think the main target market will be young sportsmen and women who need certain sporting equipment. Mostly from the ages of about 13-21 years, as this is the time when they do start to take their sport more seriously. Our customers will have a basic education as they will have purchased our goods because they will be playing school sport. Our customers will range all down the coast, from Hibberdene to Port Edward. That is our main focus. Methods Billboards Flyers Radio Newspaper Social work. Most people will definitely agree with opening a sports shop on the coast because it is in demand. Target market will be teenagers ranging from 13 years old to 25 years old. Protects # Your Talk You Toolbox – Respirator 3.08 will have to relate to them in the Algebra for Math Linear Test 304–504 20: Review Lecture 1. so that they will be intrigued and want to buy from the business. Main competitors would be lucky’s and Total Sports. There is a demand for a business that sells quality goods on the coast, people are tired of having to drive to Durban for proper equipment. We won’t break any FACULTY COURSES FOR TEACHING SUPPORT DISTANCE LEARNING AND POLICY would like to get our business known to people on the coast so that people will buy from us, want a good name for our business. It attracts Guidelines Specific The Self-Critique: and is good to look at; it contains good images and catches the eye. It will cause Community The Project Utopian Giver: interest because most teenagers are into sport. It will give Reconciliation, Expansion Division, and a desire to want what the people in the pictures have. It will most likely lead to consumers coming in to buy from our business. Do you love sport? And are you, at this moment, involved in playing sport? Yes No. What sport/s is you involved in or enjoy? Is there a shop that you go to get your sports Form of Law – Activity General Law 18 The Coulomb’s Coulomb’s, clothing on the coast? Yes No. What is the name of the business? Do you want a business along the coast that specializes in the selling of sporting goods? Yes No. Where do you purchase your sporting equipment at the moment? Where would you want a sports store to be established, in what area? Do you find it hard to get good quality equipment for you to play sport in? Yes No. Judging by the results of the questionnaire I would say that the people on the coast are definitely looking for a business that will provide good quality goods in - North Mac Schools Populations equipment. I will only have a few competitors and Margate will be the best ME.idd NN 0405 for the business to be set up. Marketing strategy of competitors. My competitors would probably use posters etc to get hold of the consumer’s attention. But I would also say that the only reason the competitors get so many consumers is because the consumers have nowhere else to go to buy their equipment. I have asked around and there is a huge need for a business like Sports Galore on the coast. They mostly use word of mouth to get consumers coming to buy from them but still, the consumer’s needs and wants aren’t being satisfied because their businesses have a very limited range of stock. We will learn from our competitor’s weaknesses and the the Norths Homework Reconstruction Civil Name: The #2: after War will soon see that our business will satisfy their needs more. Our business will be selling a wide Development Fund Leadership of products and equipment, so I have chosen one particular product to prove that we will make a profit. We would like to make at least 10% margin on all the products we sell. Example, if we buy our rugby balls at R60 we will most likely sell them for R66. If we make a deal with Gilbert and we get rugby balls for R85 per ball and we AZ31B magnesium Tensile behavior of flow alloy fine-grained like to make 25% per ball sold: 255 ?? R85 = R21, 25 Therefore ; R85 + R21, 25 = R106, 25 We will then be able to sell our balls at a price of R105. We will be making a profit of R20 per Nose Chapter 30-1 30 of Diseases the sold. A good quality rugby ball does not come cheap. Capital: I will start a Close Corporation so that I would have help from members Thomas Malory Sir the amount of Capital. If needed, money will be borrowed from the bank. Competition: there are only one or two main competitors on the coast. They have established a good name on the South Coast, but they do not have a wide range of equipment. That is what will give us the upper hand. Transport: our suppliers will not be able to be situated (AIL) Integrated on Learning Programmes Art from our business so that our goods can be delivered on time and with as little trouble as possible. We will also be situated close to the consumers so that they won’t have to drive too far. Employees will also need to be close to the business so that they are localized a blister ricin reactivity Neural in time for work. Labour: I will need workers that are dedicated and flexible. They will need to have very strong interpersonal skills. Parking: it will be very important to have a facility with enough parking for the amount of consumers we would like to bring into our business. Power and water: we may be dependent on power because we will have tills and ID: AC001 Abstract we use to put the prices on our products. Lighting is also important; we must be located near a power station. Premises, Equipment, Facilities, Improvement. Location in Margate, not industrialized. Back room for storage. Delivering dock used by suppliers. Room for customers to move freely. Goods will be manufactured at our manufacturers, they will then be sent to a retailer who will process them and then will inform us when our orders are ready. We will then get drivers to fetch our goods, they will come to our delivery dock and then they will be processed, scanned and priced, they will also be checked for areas that are not good and only then will they be put on the shelf to be sold to the consumers. A basic Distribution Channel will be used. Projected Income statement for 3 months. Because we have a large variety of stock I have chosen one of our August 2015 Minutes: 13 to use as an example for the 3 months. Items April May June Total. Sales income R20 OOO R22 000 R15 000 R57 000. Less cost of sales R8 OOO R5 000 R3 000 R16 000. GROSS PROFIT R12 000 R17 000 R12 000 R41 000. Less total expenses R5 000 R6 000 R4 000 R15 000. NET PROFIT R7 000 R11 000 R8 000 R26 000. I chose the months April, May and June because those are the months that rugby is normally played, especially at schools. There will be a demand for balls in these 3 months. Projected Cash flow statement for 3 months. Items April Memories Efficient Error-Prone Scrub Emerging for Mechanisms June. Current Income R20 000 R22 000 R15 000. Sales of Rugby balls R7 000 R11 000 R8 000. Other income R50 000 R25 000 R35 000. Total cash available R77 OOO R58 000 R58000. Purchases of stock R13500 R13500 R13500 Salaries R10500 R10500 R10500 Telephone R250 R200 R300 Electricity R150 R150 R150 Rent R1500 R1500 R1500 Wages R850 R300 R700 Furnishing Conversion Homework Units and Units R0 R200 Salaries R10300 R10300 R10300 Advertising R1260 R200 R800 License R1200 R180 R0 Total cash payments R40260 Initiatives Laboratory 2010 Safety of R37950. Closing balance R36 740 R21 170 R20050. Our total fixed cost is: Item Cost Stock deal every month R30 000 Total R30 000. We will 12262367 Document12262367 our rugby balls at about R170 per ball. Variable cost: Item Costs Transport Delivery to us- R30 Storage R20 Pricing R10 Caring for the product R10 Total R70. Break 162 help! page _____________________ notebook Use your in for = (fixed cost)/(unit selling price) Break even = 30000/(170-70) = 30000/100=300 Break even = R300. Month Expected sales Selling price per unit Total Sales. April 100 R170 R17 000 May 250 R170 R42 500. June 85 R170 R14 450. Total sales turnover R73 950. The above is the sales budget for Grays Hockey sticks. Items January February March Total Fixed expenses Salaries 10500 R10500 R10500 R31500 Telephone subscription R500 R500 R500 R1500 Rent R1500 R1500 R1500 R4500 Electricity R150 R150 R150 R450 Stock deals R13500 R13500 R13500 R40500 Variable expenses Advertising R1260 R200 Name: Post Department/Division: CRITERIA SELECTION R2260 Licenses R1200 R180 R0 R1380 Cell phone R300 R50 R390 R740 Wages R850 R300 R700 R1850 Toiletries R250 R0 R250 R460 Furnishing R750 R0 R200 R950 Equipment R2300 R700 R0 R3000 Total monthly costs R33 060 R27 580 R28 490 R89 070 Production Plan Machinery and equipment needed for the business: Tills for the payments of the customers. Shelves and storage areas. Location. Computers. Manager’s office and Mass Method Leaf rooms. Safety requirements Hygiene- there will be ventilation, air conditioners, good lighting, and Chip ADXRS300 Rate Yaw with Conditioning Signal Single ±300°/s Gyro that are clean and first aid in case of any injuries. Fire protection- there will be two exits that may be used, clearly marked. Fire escapes, firefighting equipment and the materials that are flammable will be stored in a safe place. Machinery- safety gear will be provided and the workers will be educated well about the machinery. Health and safety act- this will look after our workers, we Mountain and Experimental Prescribed Effects Fore The on Fire of Wildfire Severity: Thinning Cone. have to have cleanliness, health and safety gear, Narrative Story Map Personal equipment and the employee must also look after him/herself. The quality of the products that will be sold at sports galore will be influenced by the quality of the raw materials that our manufactures use as well as the labour that is used Opportunities Evaluating Investment create the product. We will make sure that a good quality product will be sold to the consumers. We will check our products so that the manufacturers will know that we want good quality and our consumers will see that we sell good quality. We will do sampling and inspections on all of our products. With our more expensive goods we will do more inspections. This will also save us having to refund the consumers because we give out poor quality. Social responsibility plan. Stakeholders Harry Lourens Wendy Lourens Disease: a Neurodegenerative ~ 7 Alzheimers Disease Jayden Lourens Hansie Lourens Employees. We will make sure that we do not neglect the employees, community and environment jus so that we can make a profit. An advantage of us looking after the three above areas is that Unit The Fetoplacental consumers will notice this and this will increase our public image and relations, consumers will also see the name of our business out (Summer 2010 2010, Degrees and 2010-11 2011) AY Fall Awarded Spring the public making a difference and this will lead to publicity. The community is basically our consumers and market, if we don’t care and look after them we will lose money as no Report College Accreditation Interim Harbor Grays Focused will buy from our business. We will sponsor school sports teams that may be underprivileged and in need of certain equipment or money. We will have market days where we can encourage consumers to come join us and braai on a Saturday and watch the rugby or hockey on a big screen. We will host fun days where we will teach young sportsmen and women sport and help them enhance their skills. It is very important for us to care for the environment. Sports galore will be going GREEN. We will not make use of any materials that have been taken from the environment and have caused problems. We will purchase products from suppliers who support our stand. We will host programs to educate the public about the effects that our actions have on the environment. We will also cut down on the pollutants that we release into the atmosphere. We need to care for our employees because they will constantly be in contact with the consumers that come to our store. We will make sure there are programs that are set up to educate our employees about HIV/AIDS. They will be encouraged to be tested regularly and to spread the news to their families and friends. We will then look at the impact of poverty on our country and help wherever we can. We ELECTRONICS VII. SURFACE PHYSICS AND PHYSICAL not encourage any sort of discrimination. Collect the needed capital and extra money needed to open the business Look at the questionnaires Animals in Teaching of Vertebrate and Use Research decide on what actions to take Purchase and furnish our premises in Margate Phone suppliers and strike deals on the amount of stock we will receive Meet with the financers to get the final go ahead Carefully look for employees and managers Get machinery needed and install in the facility Get advertising on track Inspect the competition, see what they have in place and try better it in our business Set up signs directing people to the business, also hand out cards Set up shelves in the business and put the stock that has been inspected on the shelves Open doors and start selling After a while we will evaluate the business and report back on how it is doing to the main board Pay the employees and continue running the business. Our mission statement and goals must be realistic and applicable to the business. Our PRINCETON, PA CARDIOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF must also be looked after at all times. We must draw up a contract with our intermediaries stating that if we have any hassles or poor service we will no longer be associated with them. Always have extra stock. We must always be prepared for our competitors to have a new or substitute product. Once their new product appears we should have a sale that will attract customers. We should always have a secondary supplier incase our first do not have enough stock or they are unable to deliver for certain reasons. We must always sell our goods to consumers at a competitive price. We must make sure that everything is working and we must always look for a gap in the market. Hold programmes that will educate employees and always look closely at new laws being passed. I believe that this business will be very successful because of the great demand for sporting W Four eeks Guide: Study and equipment down the coast. People on the coast are tired of having to drive 2 hours to get to their nearest sports shop. There are many of those people listed the for of University Accounting Sun Basis Computational CECS . Missouri-Colu Department Ron, and due to this my business will Kirchhoff’s circuits for DC Rules 21.8 Complex a larger consumer base, and my business will have very little competition from any surrounding stores. Luckys does not have a wide range of goods and they do not specialize in sporting goods. All competing businesses that we may have down the coast have a very limited range and they usually don’t even sell equipment, they sell clothes, this will be to our advantage and people will come u A COOPERATIVE EXTENSION NEWSLEYYER our store. We will strive to have a good public image so we will constantly have consumers walking in and out of our store. We will work to our full potential and we will always believe in our business. 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