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6.1 Government Economic Policies and Objectives IGCSE Business Studies
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6.1 Government Economic Policies and Objectives IGCSE Business Studies

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In this lesso I cover: Business cycle: Main stages of the business cycle, e.g. growth, boom, recession, slump Impact on businesses of changes in employment levels, inflation and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) How government control over the economy affects business activity and how businesses may respond: Identify government economic objectives, e.g. increasing Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Impact of changes in taxes and government spending Impact of changes in interest rates How businesses might respond to these changes
5.3 Income Statements and 5.4 Balance Sheets IGCSE Business Studies
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5.3 Income Statements and 5.4 Balance Sheets IGCSE Business Studies

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In this lesson I cover: What profit is and why it is important: How a profit is made Importance of profit to private sector businesses, e.g. reward for risk-taking/enterprise, source of finance Difference between profit and cash Income statements: Main features of an income statement, e.g. revenue, cost of sales, gross profit, profit and retained profit Use simple income statements in decision making based on profit calculations (constructing income statements will not be assessed) Explaining what Statement of financial position The main elements of a statement of financial position: The main classifications of assets and liabilities, using examples Interpret a simple statement of financial position and make deductions from it, e.g. how a business is financing its activities and what assets it owns, sale of inventories to raise finance (constructing statements of financial position will not be assessed) There is also a Task for students to complete to help them remember this topic.
1.2.4 The competitive environment GCSE Business Studies
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1.2.4 The competitive environment GCSE Business Studies

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This powerpoint presentation covers: Understanding of the competitive environment What is competition in business terms? Direct and Indirect competitors strengths and weaknesses of competitors based on: price, quality Location product range customer service Advantages and disadvantages of competitive environment The impact of competition on business decision making. 10 Terms good to know for your business exam There is also an activity at the end to help you remember key points of the presentation.
recruitment and Selection GCSE Revision
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recruitment and Selection GCSE Revision

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This is a powerpoint which can be used as a complete lesson or a revision session with students. Topics covered: What is recruitment The process of recruitment and selection Job advertisement places CV and application forms Employment contract and whats included some Questions to help remember the key points of the powerpoint.
The importance of training staff in business
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The importance of training staff in business

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in this powerpoint I cover the following key aspects of GCSE/ IGCSE business studies. What is training Why businesses train their employees? What is Induction training Different ways of training staff/ employee I have also prepared some Questions to help students remember the key point of the revision session/ lesson.
1.3.4 Sources of business finance GCSE Business Studies
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1.3.4 Sources of business finance GCSE Business Studies

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In informative Powerpoint Presentation I cover: Sources of finance for a start-up or established small business: Short-term sources: overdraft and trade credit Long-term sources: personal savings, venture capital, share capital, loans, retained profit and crowd funding. Understanding Creditors and debtors External and internal finance There are some questions at the end to help students remember key points:
Transport in animals IGCSE Biology
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Transport in animals IGCSE Biology

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This is a complete chapter presentation to help you keep the class going for the complete lesson. view the preview to make sure it meets your needs. It covers everything students need to know for their exams. In this lecture we will discuss: 9.1 Transport in animals 9.2 Heart 9.3 Blood and lymphatic vessels 9.4 Blood
1.2.2 Market research GCSE Business Studies
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1.2.2 Market research GCSE Business Studies

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In this PowerPoint presentation I cover: The purpose of market research: Methods of market research: primary research: survey, questionnaire, focus group, observation secondary research: internet, market reports, government reports. The use of data in market research: qualitative and quantitative data the role of social media in collecting market research data the importance of the reliability of market research data. There are 5 exam style question at the end; to help you further.
1.5.1 Business stakeholders GCSE Business Studies
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1.5.1 Business stakeholders GCSE Business Studies

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In this PowerPoint presentation I cover: Who business stakeholders are and their different objectives: shareholders (owners), employees, customers, managers, suppliers, local community, pressure groups, the government. Stakeholders and businesses: how stakeholders are affected by business activity how stakeholders impact business activity possible conflicts between stakeholder groups. I have also added one extra lesson starter PowerPoint which talks and helps students understand conflict of between different stakeholders. At the end of the presentation, there is an activity for students to put their learning into effect.
2.1 Motivating workers IGCSE Business Studies
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2.1 Motivating workers IGCSE Business Studies

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The importance of a well-motivated workforce: Why people work and what motivation means The benefits of a well-motivated workforce: labour productivity, reduced absenteeism and labour turnover Key motivational theories: Taylor, Herzberg and Maslow’s hierarch Methods of motivation: Financial rewards, e.g. wage, salary, bonus, commission and profit sharing Non-financial methods, e.g. job enrichment, job rotation, team working, training, opportunities for promotion I have also made an activity for students to work on.
3.2 - Market Research IGCSE Business
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3.2 - Market Research IGCSE Business

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In this lesson I cover: The role of market research and methods used: * Market-orientated businesses (uses of market research information to a business) * Primary research and secondary research (benefits and limitations of each) * Methods of primary research, e.g. postal questionnaire, online survey, interviews, focus groups * The need for sampling * Methods of secondary research, e.g. online, accessing government sources, paying for commercial market research reports * Factors influencing the accuracy of market research data Presentation and use of market research results: * Analyse market research data shown in the form of graphs, charts and diagrams; draw simple conclusions from such data
BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment P2
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BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment P2

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This power point presentation breaks down the assignment criteria to help you understand what you need to write, research, explain, analyse or evaluate to get the desired grade in your BTEC Business Level 3. The presentation starts with some information about the unit - then states the assignment – then explanation/ breaking down of the assignment to help you get an idea of what to write – followed by an example. Some of my presentations also contain: How much you need to write to pass a certain piece of work. Tells you the ideal format of the assignment– PowerPoint presentation, report, and spreadsheet or design software’s.
BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment P3
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BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment P3

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This power point presentation breaks down the assignment criteria to help you understand what you need to write, research, explain, analyse or evaluate to get the desired grade in your BTEC Business Level 3. The presentation starts with some information about the unit - then states the assignment – then explanation/ breaking down of the assignment to help you get an idea of what to write – followed by an example. Some of my presentations also contain: How much you need to write to pass a certain piece of work. Tells you the ideal format of the assignment– PowerPoint presentation, report, and spreadsheet or design software’s.
BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment P6
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BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment P6

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This power point presentation breaks down the assignment criteria to help you understand what you need to write, research, explain, analyse or evaluate to get the desired grade in your BTEC Business Level 3. The presentation starts with some information about the unit - then states the assignment – then explanation/ breaking down of the assignment to help you get an idea of what to write – followed by an example. Some of my presentations also contain: How much you need to write to pass a certain piece of work. Tells you the ideal format of the assignment– PowerPoint presentation, report, and spreadsheet or design software’s.
BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment M3
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BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment M3

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This power point presentation breaks down the assignment criteria to help you understand what you need to write, research, explain, analyse or evaluate to get the desired grade in your BTEC Business Level 3. The presentation starts with some information about the unit - then states the assignment – then explanation/ breaking down of the assignment to help you get an idea of what to write – followed by an example. Some of my presentations also contain: How much you need to write to pass a certain piece of work. Tells you the ideal format of the assignment– PowerPoint presentation, report, and spreadsheet or design software’s.
1.2.3 Market segmentation GCSE Business Studies
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1.2.3 Market segmentation GCSE Business Studies

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In this powerpoint I cover: What is market segmentation? How businesses use market segmentation to target customers: Gender Location Demographics Lifestyle Income age Market mapping to identify a gap in the market and the competition. Why do businesses need to segment their markets? Benefits of Market segmentation There are also 5 exam style questions to help students remember the key points of this lesson.