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    worked, it would have been better for Mary Kate to offer a statement to close. Overall, she exhibited good confidence and seemed to have done a good job in reaching this meeting. I do think that she could have done a better job in selling the CEO, but her success in selling Shirley was clearly shown when Shirley spoke favorably of the contract and initiated its signing. Had Shirley not intervened Mary Kate could have used the closing benefit summary technique (Castleberry & Tanner, 2014). This would

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    however is one of many tools used in marketing to reach and inform consumers. Of the four P’s in the marketing mix, advertising falls under ‘promotion’. Some other marketing tools are public relations, sales promotions, directing marketing and personal selling. There are various types of advertisements, among them political, public service, retail and directory. Advertising must be strategic as well as creative.

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    Gangs In The Outsiders

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    When people make choices that could drastically change their life, the decision they make is based on the influence of others. In the novel, The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton a gang called the Greasers is stereotyped for being the "mean types" that slack off at school. Then there are the Socials who are know as the rich kids with cool cars that happen to like "jumping" Greasers. As these two gangs are rivaling, they both go through some dramatic events that change their perspectives on life. In the novel

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    Pop art like many other forms of art can be described as an amalgamation of many different artistic styles (Chapman, A. (2011). However, Pop art is set apart from other forms of art by the fact that it uses its own unique aesthetic style that often involves incorporating music icons, political figures, movie celebrities in order to come up with a unique and interesting artistic product (Chapman, A. (2011). As a result, this has made pop art to become an effective tool to be used in the advertisement

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    Marketing strategies is a thoughtful analysis of a product and the target market to design a series of strategies focusing on the competencies while ensuring to overcome the weaknesses of the product. The core purpose behind devising marketing strategies for any product is to fulfil the marketing objectives or goals set by the organization for the promotion and sales of a product. Chanel is one of a kind brand which every individual is aware of. A high end line of beauty products particularly their

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    Clover Case Study

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    Bste311 Company name: Clover Product: Milk Best operating management 2.3.1. Cost of working reasonable hours The sustainability incorporate both the requirements of the Act, 71 of 2008 in terms of regulation43, which based on good corporate citizenship, environmental health and public safety. Working hours for each and every employee must be limited to a maximum of 45 hours in a week: nine hours if the employee works five days a week or eight hours if the employee works more than five days a week

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    SECTION D: Findings and Recommendations Marks & Spencer (M&S) has weaker business in Malaysia due to their poor skill of stock control. Sun Zi mentioned, ‘Be as steady as mountains when encamping’ in his rules of manoeuvring of the troops. Thus, M&S has to make sure that its workers are all as steady as mountains as they are the main pillars of the company and representation of the company image. It is no doubt that M&S is a prestigious brand in the mind of consumers, and they believe that M&S is

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    Philip Roth ends American Pastoral with a resounding rhetorical question: “And what is wrong with their life? What on earth is less reprehensible than the life of the Levovs?” (Roth 252). Indeed, one wonders, why has the Swede, a man seemingly perfect in every aspect, been marked out to be a modern day Job, one whose idyllic American life is shattered by a renegade, murderous daughter? The answer lies in the Swede’s enthrallment with the peak of the American dream, his utopian American pastoral.

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    PARAPHRASING ASSIGNMENT INTRODCTION Max Horkheimer and Theodor Adorno introduced the culture industry in 1944 at the Frankfurt school (Adorno and Horkheimer 1944:31). When we compare ourselves with people who are oppressed, whilst we have democracy, we than turn to think that we are better, and this kind of thinking is the driving force behind culture industry. The culture industry is the normalisation and the wrong isolation of items in our society, and the manner in which those items are measured

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    Symbolism In Janus

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    There are several things in life that can hold value to a person. One object can be just an object to one person while at the same time be so much more to a different person. In the short story Janus, the object that Andrea had fixated on is a simple bowl. She is obsessed with the bowl, thinking about it all of the time and worrying about it. It is not hard to see that the bowl was something much more to her than any other ordinary object. In the beginning of the story it perceived to hold a certain

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    Social Exchange Theory Introduction I. I am going to start my speech with a corny joke. What do you call the “Children of the Corn’s” father? Popcorn. II. In my life I have made a many bad choices, but my greatest regret is a decision I made to quit something before I should have. III. Social Exchange Theory, if understood and used correctly can influence your life and the lives of those around you in a positive and beneficial way. A. Social Exchange Theory is a mental process we all use. B. Rural

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    Ziglar On Selling Summary

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    dealing with this salesperson, the consumer has either a good or a bad experience. It is important for sales professionals to understand the basics of how to interact with the public and how to adapt to different situations. The book, “Ziglar on Selling” by Zig Ziglar explains this subject in detail. Through real life examples, scenarios, and techniques Ziglar walks readers through how to be successful in an ever growing and rewarding, yet challenging career. By drawing from material discussed in

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    Organ Selling The topic of organ selling has been highly debated for many years. The issue is very complex, and you have to look at the problem from all angles. Perspective is a very important aspect when looking at organ selling. The people who are in need of a liver are put in a tough position by having to wait for a new organ or putting pressure on a friend to give an organ. If you are a doctor, you have to look out for the best interest of all your patients. If you are a seller, you might really

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    China Milk Crisis Essay

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    In the aftermath of the 2008 Melamine Milk Crisis in China, there were some interesting facts and consequences that came to light. China also continued to have issues over this scandal in 2010 (China’s melamine, 2010). One of the larger issues revealed, was that the practice of contaminating milk with melamine was not limited to just the Sanlu Group. In fact, it was a fairly regular practice nation-wide as China is the number one manufacture of melamine and shares close relationships with the

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    should be allowed to sell their organs because it would bring more good rather than harm. Considering that most things that are considered moral and ethical generally have the basis that the main idea is for it to bring more pleasure than pain, then selling one’s organs would be not only ethical but also moral. Having this been said allowing people to sell their organs that they do not need to survive would generally help thousands. It would also prevent people from suffering from a thing commonly known

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    the past many have chosen to consume large amounts of alcohol before entering the stadium. To counteract major alcohol consumption many universities are ironically opting to sell alcoholic beverages inside their stadiums. There logic is that by selling alcohol they can monitor and limit the number of drinks

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    The aim of this case study is to investigate the applicability and functionality of organizational theories in Hilton Hotels Corporations. The first part of this case study is concerned about the compatibility between Hilton Hotels mission with its activity and purpose. Also, another aspect of this paper is to present the suitability of organizational theories referring to Human Resources Theory, System and Contingency Theory. In order to uphold this report, I will conduct a SWOT Analysis of Hilton

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    The selling of indulgences was popularized during the Crusades by Pope(WHO) in the eleventh century as a means for Crusaders to justify their atrocious sins. Stronger presence of Christian faith only masked the corruption of Church officials who continued to sell indulgences for their own benefits. While Martin Luther’s 95 Thesis and his work On Christian Liberty and in Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Pardoner’s Tale from The Canterbury Tales both agree that the Church has become corrupt due to the Selling

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    (which reduces the amount of labor costs vs. adhering to the preset hours of the Exploits Valley Mall location), the rent is cheaper for over twice the floor space, and it is easy to get overlooked in a mall when you are selling higher priced, quality goods. Their key advantage of selling quality goods by a knowledgeable staff ("Athlete 's Warehouse", 2012) would serve them well, and perhaps Colin Power could have merged his business of supplying local schools with athletic equipment ("Athlete 's Warehouse"

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    The human organ selling market is often controversial. The idea of fighting for one 's country and dying could be considered heroic but in relevance to living or dead organ market, many individuals are discussed. The thought of selling a friend or family members vitals could seem horrid but also leaving their bodies to decompose could possibly be a waste of material that could have been tested to cure the disease that may have killed them. If one can sell or donate blood or plasma, what 's to say

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