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Complete document design exercise # 1


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Complete document design exercise # 1

  1. 1. 1. Write a short e-mail to me (your instructor) explaining the following: (WEEK 3) TO CC subject Hello Mr. Roy, We are planning to establish a PC sales companies this time. And so we want Mr. Roy to help. Now, information society is rapidly advancing.Therefore, "Information poor" has increased more and more. This business is necessary to reduce "information poor" . Our purpose is to reduce it through PC sales. We plan to sell PC on the Internet.Because the cost of the land is not necessary. Description of business is appointment that informs company, appointment that assembles PC and the appointment that advises the consumer. However, our company can do and is short. Therefore, there are a lot of people who do not know our company. I want you to teach our company with don't know our company. Thank you for your reading. Sincerely, Takaaki Fukasawa -------------------------------------------------
  2. 2. 2. The e-mail should also include a separate internal memo (in preparation for a business plan) wherein the current situation and the need for this start-up company is explained in details). (FOR WEEK 3) 2-A What business will you be in? What will you do? I get a job that advises the consumer and install software.
  3. 3. 2-B Mission Statement: Many companies have a brief mission statement, usually in thirty words or less, explaining their reason for being and their guiding principles. If you want to draft a mission statement, this is a good place to put it in the plan. ●We support the PC beginner, and answer the senior's needs. ●We support the PC beginner to not fall behind the times ●We aim at the company that can associate from first to last.
  4. 4. 2-C Company goals and objectives: Goals are destinations — where you want your business to be. Objectives are progress markers along the way to goal achievement. For example, a goal might be to have a healthy, successful company that is a leader in customer service and has a loyal customer following. Objectives might be annual sales targets and some specific measures of customer satisfaction. Our purpose is to reduce "information poor" through PC sales.
  5. 5. 2-D Business philosophy:What is important to you in business? We need to get new information all of the time.
  6. 6. 2-E To whom will you market your products? Your target market? (State it briefly here - you will do a more thorough explanation in the Marketing section). The PC beginner and Repeat customer.
  7. 7. 2-F We offer PC that is useful the PC beginner. The shop that supports the beginner is few. Then, We acquire this customer.
  8. 8. 2-G Your most important company strengths and core competencies: We need to get new information all of the time, and I not become "Information poor".