Effective Public Speaking
Oral Presentation:
Comparing 2 different business
Founder of the shop
Name: Chan Mei Mei
Age : 60 years old
Chan Mei Mei and her sister start
this business. According to Ch...
-Located Pudu area
-Back Alley Shop
-Mostly visited by old customers cause
it was a small and unnoticeable shop.
Chan Mei Mei

Chan Mei Mei’s sister

Employees

They have only three employees.

Part time tailor
Customers
Malay people

Bangladesh people

Indian people

Vietnam people

Indonesian

Chinese people
Keen Hing Enterprise
Founder of the shop
Name : Keen Hing

Age: Unknown
A man that was travel from Tang Shan to
Malaysia. To survive and intere...
Location

Some where around here
Product

Seaweed

Dried Seafood

Chinese traditional
medicine
Analysis Of Tailoring Business
Sister’s Tailoring Shop
Sister’s Tailoring Shop
• Provide tailoring services (main service).
• Selling threads, strings, buttons, fabrics ,
rubber...
Two types of Tailoring Businesses
• General Tailoring – Daily wears
• Specialty Tailoring – Wedding dresses, gowns,
etc.
Competitors of Sister’s Tailoring Shop
• No competitors.
– Does not compete with others
– Even if there’s competitions fro...
Nature of Business
• Monopoly
– No competitors (only 1 tailor shop in the street)
– Price Maker: Decides the price product...
Challenges & Obstacles
• Provide good quality and
durable products.

• Keep learning and improving
their sewing skills.

•...
Strategies
• Keep self-update on the current preferences.

• Letting people aware of their business
– Spreading via old cu...
Analysis of Traditional
Chinese Medical Shop
Keen Hing Enterpreise
Nature of business at Keen Hing
Enterprise
• Competitive
- few sellers, each of whom has little or no control over
the mar...
Challenges and obstacles
• Provide good services and goods
- to gain more customers
• Compete with competitors
• Maintain ...
Competitors of Keen Hing Enterprise
• 2 competitors around Petaling Street
• But 1 of the competitors had closed down
• Le...
Strategies
• Letting people aware of their business
- spreading through old customers
- let the customer know what you do ...
Future Plan
Future plan? Nah…I just want my business to
keep on. I am too old for doing these future plan.
I will inherit ...
References
30 Top Sewing Secrets - Mary Roehr Books & Video. (2011). Retrieved January 11, 2014, from http://www.maryroehr...
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  1. 1. Effective Public Speaking Oral Presentation: Comparing 2 different business
  2. 2. Founder of the shop Name: Chan Mei Mei Age : 60 years old Chan Mei Mei and her sister start this business. According to Chan Mei Mei, her whole family was doing tailoring so she decide to have a shop to continue her life and her family business in her own way.
  3. 3. -Located Pudu area -Back Alley Shop -Mostly visited by old customers cause it was a small and unnoticeable shop.
  4. 4. Chan Mei Mei Chan Mei Mei’s sister Employees They have only three employees. Part time tailor
  5. 5. Customers Malay people Bangladesh people Indian people Vietnam people Indonesian Chinese people
  6. 6. Keen Hing Enterprise
  7. 7. Founder of the shop Name : Keen Hing Age: Unknown A man that was travel from Tang Shan to Malaysia. To survive and interested in chinese traditional medicine so he started this business since 1966. Now was inherited by his son.
  8. 8. Location Some where around here
  9. 9. Product Seaweed Dried Seafood Chinese traditional medicine
  10. 10. Analysis Of Tailoring Business Sister’s Tailoring Shop
  11. 11. Sister’s Tailoring Shop • Provide tailoring services (main service). • Selling threads, strings, buttons, fabrics , rubber, etc. (mostly sewing materials)
  12. 12. Two types of Tailoring Businesses • General Tailoring – Daily wears • Specialty Tailoring – Wedding dresses, gowns, etc.
  13. 13. Competitors of Sister’s Tailoring Shop • No competitors. – Does not compete with others – Even if there’s competitions from the other shops, they do not bother them. – This tailoring shop only focuses on their customers that they currently having for over 20 years.
  14. 14. Nature of Business • Monopoly – No competitors (only 1 tailor shop in the street) – Price Maker: Decides the price product to be sold. • But for some reason to fix their price according to the market price.
  15. 15. Challenges & Obstacles • Provide good quality and durable products. • Keep learning and improving their sewing skills. • Justify the product prices according to the market prices.
  16. 16. Strategies • Keep self-update on the current preferences. • Letting people aware of their business – Spreading via old customers – Complete satisfaction of current customers
  17. 17. Analysis of Traditional Chinese Medical Shop Keen Hing Enterpreise
  18. 18. Nature of business at Keen Hing Enterprise • Competitive - few sellers, each of whom has little or no control over the market price - have competitors
  19. 19. Challenges and obstacles • Provide good services and goods - to gain more customers • Compete with competitors • Maintain the business
  20. 20. Competitors of Keen Hing Enterprise • 2 competitors around Petaling Street • But 1 of the competitors had closed down • Left 1 competitor.
  21. 21. Strategies • Letting people aware of their business - spreading through old customers - let the customer know what you do best • Sell products that the competition doesn’t have - take in new products that suits the market • Price - Although the price is set by the owner himself - lower than the competitor’s price
  22. 22. Future Plan Future plan? Nah…I just want my business to keep on. I am too old for doing these future plan. I will inherit my business to my son and let him do those expansion things. I am ready to retire anyway. Future plan? Nope… Maybe we will just expand our shop size. Branches? Nah… One shop is busy enough for me. I am satisfy in my business now.
  23. 23. References 30 Top Sewing Secrets - Mary Roehr Books & Video. (2011). Retrieved January 11, 2014, from http://www.maryroehr.com/30-topsewing-secrets.html Building a Profitable Tailoring Business from Home: A Step-by-step Guide to Setting Up. (2007, October 23). Retrieved January 11, 2014, from http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fvoices.yahoo.com%2Fbuilding-profitabletailoring-business-home-607214.html&h=JAQEFptTD From Small Tailoring Business to a Growing Success: the Story of Tanzanian Qualicloth | Success Story | Emerging Stars. (2011). Retrieved January 11, 2014, from http://www.emergingstars.com/success-stories/small-tailoring-business-growing-success-story-tanzanian-qualicloth Hall & Madden Business Story - Business Insider. (2013, January 11). Retrieved January 11, 2014, from http://www.businessinsider.com/hall-and-madden-business-story-2013-1 Six Strategies to Compete In Business | Shep Hyken. (2011). Retrieved January 11, 2014, from http://www.hyken.com/marketing/six-strategies-to-compete-in-business/ Six Strategies to Compete In Business | Shep Hyken. (2011). Retrieved January 11, 2014, from http://www.hyken.com/marketing/six-strategies-to-compete-in-business/ Small Is Beautiful - How to Compete with Bigger Competitors. (2011). Retrieved January 11, 2014, from http://www.is4profit.com/business-advice/business-strategy/small-is-beautiful-how-to-compete-with-bigger-competitors.html Tailoring Service. (2011). Retrieved January 11, 2014, from www.bizymoms.com/sewing/tailoring.html

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