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dcvsdv

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PROMOTION:it increases sales by making public the product in the Market and improves the image of the company.This is achieved by applying::Advertising:it Transmits a message through radio,TV,etc paid y a company.Its objectives are to Inform about the product and to capture the attention of the consumers to make Them buy the companies product.Sales/promotions/direct marketing:activities That increase the sales in a short period of time.Public relations:activities That create an image that has been pre-planned and belongs to the marketing Department and its overall performance.Merchandising:is the way to sell the product At the selling point where the consumer buys through posters for eg.Solidary Marketing:solidary actions that makes the company.
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F&M Quiz 3

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Third Quiz

            The two firms -- Choco-Veg (CV) and Green Gold (GG) -- that currently produce chocolate-covered vegetables are each considering expanding their respective production capacities.  Each must decide whether (or not) to make a costly investment in new facilities.  The future annual profitability (in $ millions) of each company will depend on its own and the other’s actions, in the way that is depicted below (these figures are known by both, since they have been reported in The Chocoholic Weekly Review).  The CEO of each firm cares only about maximizing her own company’s profits.  Both have received MBAs from a highly ranked business school that is located in New York City.


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dcvsdv

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PRODUCT:its an important element because is the object through which the company influences the market and is what the consumers want to buy. To satisfy their needs.The product includes:quality,design,packaging,brand,target audience.The companies try to create monopolies with their products in order to differenciate them from the other competitors.To comply with this objective the company uses a brand:name used to identify the product which includes the name and the logo.Every company applies different strategies to increase,eg:single/umbrella brand,multiple brands,second marks.Positioning strategies related to product that is based on the product attribute,eg:innovation;the benefict ffered and the comparation with competitors.Positioning strategies
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What is cascade model in software testing

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Phases:

Starting point: definition of all requirements, general, preliminary project | Choice of some Subset of system’s functions | Detail project and implementation of the System’s part realizing chosen functions. | Testing of the done part of the System and delivery to the client. | Repetition of the process.




-Planning (Objective setting) | Specific objectives for that phase of the Project are defined | Constraints on the Process and the product are identified|Detailed management plan Is drawn up|Project risks are Identified | Alternative strategies may be planned

-Risk Analysis (assessment and reduction) | For each of identified Risks a detailed analysis is carried out | Reduction of risk | Phase can Include prototype building

- Construction

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Initial inventory of finished product

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Direct. Material Inventory 
 A
 UnitsPrice per unittotal
Initial inventories2,000.004.008,000.00
Net Purchases80,000.003.67293,900.00
Direct. Material used75,000.003.6817276,128.05
Final Inventories7,000.003.6825,771.95
Net Purchases
 UnitsPrice per unittotal
Purchases80,000.003.75300,000.00
    
Discounts on Purchases  -6,100.00
Net Purchases80,000.003.6738293,900.00


Cost of good manufacured
 DM  276,128  
 Other Direct material  10,000  
 Direct Labor  135,000  
 MOHC  192,500  
 Cost of good manuf. Incurred  613,628  
 WIP initial  20,000  
 WIP end -30,000  
 Cost of G. Manufacutured  603,628  
 Units  300,000  
 Cost per unit  2.01  

FINISHING GOODS INVENTORY
 UnitsPrice per unittotal
Initial Inventory50,
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SIUEH

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1_ What happened to "How to win friends and influence people" when it was published?

It was an overnight sensation, rapidly becoming a bestseller, fifteen million copies have been sold since its first publication.
2_ What happens if you pretend to be sincere?
If you only give the impression of being sincere, other people won't believe you and will think you are false.
3_ What is more important than knowledge?
If the most important is that you understand that the communication skills. There are a three most important pieces of advice: make people feel important, you did not should criticize other people and ask yourself why the other person would want to do what you are asking, and then use the answer to motive them.
4_ What do most self-help books
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Service Process Mid term

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Chapter 1 Introduction to Services

3.1. Service Terminology Service

a service is a software program that makes its functionality available via a technical interface, called a service contract.


Figure 3.1. The symbol used to represent an abstract service.

Service Contract

The symbol used to represent a service contract is displayed in Figure 3.2.


Service Capability

A service contract can be broken down into a set of service capabilities, each of which expresses a function offered by the service to other software programs.


Figure 3.4. A Purchase Order service contract with four service capabilities.

Service Consumer

A service consumer is software program when it accesses and invokes a service—or, when it sends a message to a service capability


Service

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Finance and investment

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Bonds and shares:

Bonds:

coupon rate = % of Face Value paid out annually

coupon = interest paid

Par / face Value = the amount to be repaid at maturity

Yeild = Interest Amount (j) = Interest Rate(ir) =  (nominal interest rate)

Bond Value = (PV of coupon payments) + (PV of face value)

Expected Yeild to Maturity = YTMNo Default x (1 - prob. Default) + YTM Default x  prob. Default

Fischer effect:

nominal interest rate = real interest rate with the effect of inflation

rNominal = rreal + rinflation + (rreal x rinflation) ** use decimals

Shares:

Constant growth model:

Ordinary Shares:

VE = P0= D1/(Re - g). Where the div. For a future year is given

VE =  D0 (1+g) / (Re - g). Where the dividend for a prev. Yr is given

Preference Shares:

Vp= Dp / R** preference

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primer trimestre

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1º E-mail (1º tema, presentacion a trabajadores)

To: All employees
From: Sara Sepúlveda
Subject: Nice to meet you
Hello everyone,
My name is Sara Sepúlveda Ruiz and I am the new marketing director. I´m from Spain and my previous job was marketing director at Inditex. I managed the department of marketing there for four years. I´m very excited about moving to England and coming to work to London. I am looking forward to meeting and working with all of you.
Best wishes,
Sara
1º E-mail ( 2º tema cliente propuesta)
to: sarasepulveda@mail.Com
from: danielnils@atls.Mail.Net
subject: Quote for Office Equipment
Dear Mrs Sepúlveda
Our company is looking for reliable suppliers of office equipment. We would be grateful if you could send us a quote for the
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tertiary sector

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ECONOMIC EFFECTS

Tourism has beneficial effects for the econommy of has destination countries. It creates employment, it is a main source of income in many countries, and it stimulates other economic activities.
The precarious nature of the employment, many jobs being seasonal, prices increases and land speculation

DEMOGRAPHIC EFFECTS AND SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES
Tourism attrarcts a job-seeking population to work in the sector´s activities and has atopped emigatrion from certain areas. On the downside, the seasonal rise in visitor numbers can saturate the service supplied
Social point of view, tourism contributes to the modernisation of traditional forms of life in the host regions, and it spreads knowledge of different customs and helps to avoid racism
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