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    • CARDANOSE
      Angela Gomez
      Khaled Al Tararwa
      Michaela Dupuis
      Lauren Cudney
      Jackson Stevens
    • Plastics
      18th century
      Alexander Parkes
    • Industry
    • DAMAGING AND POLLUTING!
    • CARDANOSE
      Non-edible Cellulose
      Cardanol
    • External Business Environment
    • External Environment of Business
      Petrochemical-based plastic vsBioplatic
      Top producers of Bioplastic in the world. US, Europe and Asia Pacific.
      Oligopoly.
      High production (ADM and Cargill).
    • The Market
      Competition in the market.
      European Bioplatic organization.
      High Development and lack of economies.
      Mass Production of Bioplastic.
      Development of crude oil.
    • Government and Patent Control
      Patent Law.
      Product cost and selling prices.
      Inaccessible to small-scale business.
      Reasonable to register patents.
      High cost of developing.
    • Environment
      US Code of Federal Regulations. (CFR)
      Federal Trade Commission.
      Laws and provisions.
      Biodegradability and compostable.
      Environmental Standards.
      Other countries regulations.
    • Technology and Available Resources
      Synthesis of non-edible cellulose and cardanol
      Willamina Lumber Company in Oregon
      Cashew production in the South Pacific
      Pictures from Wikipedia and Gizmag.com
    • Internal Business Environment
    • What Are We?
      • Limited Liability Company
      • Limited Liability for debt
      • No double taxation
      • MGMT flexibility
      • Less IRS regulations
      • Closed Corporation to going Open Corporation
    • Employees
      BOD appointed by shareholders
      CEO  President  etc.
      Scientists, Software Developers, PR, Janitors…
      Completely automated production
      PR Team: get the information to consumers!!
    • Controls
      CEO big decisions  BOD  Majority Vote
      Employee Empowerment
      Scientists and S.D. make own decisions unless huge company decision
      Why? CONFIDENCE, EFFICIENCY, MOTIVATION
    • Controls (cont.)
      Balanced Scoreboard
      Measure performance:
      Financial Return
      Customer Service
      Business Process
      Ability to learn and grow
      Hierarchical and Decentralized
      Close Contact with buyers and suppliers
    • Rewards
      Helping the Environment by eliminating PE plastics forever
      Biodegradable Plastic
    • Triple Bottom Line Performance
    • Profit
      Can completely replace PPE plastics
      Cheap to produce
      Easy to use in products
      Recognizable to consumers
    • "Crude Oil Production Forecast to 2015." Gregor.us. 10 Nov. 2010. Web. 04 Oct. 2011. <http://gregor.us/oil/crude-oil-production-forecast-to-2015/>.
    • Planet
      • Chemical free
      • Biodegradable
      • 30 million tons of plastic waste in 2009
      • 1 billion plastic bags yearly
      • 500 plastic cups for every worker per year
    • People
      20% rule for employee pay
      8% of all profit to Global Action Plan
      No outsourcing, completely fair-trade
    • Cardanose