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BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment Complete
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BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment Complete

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This offer includes: Unit 1 The Business Environment P1 Describe the type of business, purpose and ownership of two contrasting businesses. Unit 1 The Business Environment P2 Describe the different stakeholders who influence the purpose of two contrasting businesses. Unit 1 The Business Environment P3 Describe how two businesses are organised. Unit 1 The Business Environment P4 Explain how their style of organisation helps them to fulfil their purposes. Unit 1 The Business Environment P5 Describe the influence of two contrasting economic environments on business activities within a selected organisation. Unit 1 The Business Environment P6 Describe how political, legal and social factors are impacting upon the business activities of the selected organisations and their stakeholders. Unit 1 The Business Environment M1 Explain the points of view of different stakeholders seeking to influence the aims and objectives of two contrasting organisations. Unit 1 The Business Environment M2 Compare the challenges to selected business activities within a selected organisation, in two different economic environments. Unit 1 The Business Environment M3 Analyse how political, legal and social factors have impacted on the two contrasting organisations. Unit 1 The Business Environment D1 Evaluate the influence different stakeholders exert in one organisation. Unit 1 The Business Environment D 2 Evaluate how future changes in economic political, legal and social factors, may impact on the strategy of a specified organisation.
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.
3.4 Marketing strategy IGCSE Business Studies
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3.4 Marketing strategy IGCSE Business Studies

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In this lesson I cover: Marketing strategy Justify marketing strategies appropriate to a given situation: * Importance of different elements of the marketing mix in influencing consumer decisions in given circumstances * Recommend and justify an appropriate marketing strategy in given circumstances The nature and impact of legal controls related to marketing: * Impact of legal controls on marketing strategy, e.g. misleading promotion, faulty and dangerous goods The opportunities and problems of entering new foreign markets: * Growth potential of new markets in other countries * Problems of entering foreign markets, e.g. cultural differences and lack of knowledge * Benefits and limitations of methods to overcome such problems, e.g. joint ventures, licensing
BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment P5
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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.
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
3.1 Marketing, Competition and the Customer IGCSE Business
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3.1 Marketing, Competition and the Customer IGCSE Business

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In this lesson, I cover the following: Marketing, competition and the customer * The role of marketing: * Identifying customer needs * Satisfying customer needs * Maintaining customer loyalty * Building customer relationships Market changes: Why customer/consumer spending patterns may change The importance of changing customer needs Why some markets have become more competitive How businesses can respond to changing spending patterns and increased competition Concepts of niche marketing and mass marketing: Benefits and limitations of both approaches to marketing How and why market segmentation is undertaken: How markets can be segmented, e.g. according to age, socio-economic grouping, location, gender Potential benefits of segmentation to business Recommend and justify an appropriate method of segmentation in given circumstances This is a complete lesson.
4.2 Costs, scale of production and break-even analysis IGCSE Business Studies
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4.2 Costs, scale of production and break-even analysis IGCSE Business Studies

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In this lesson I cover: Identify and classify costs: Classifying costs using examples, e.g. fixed, variable, average, total Use cost data to help make simple cost-based decisions, e.g. to stop production or continue Economics and diseconomies of scale: The concept of economies of scale with examples, e.g. purchasing, marketing, financial, managerial, technical The concept of diseconomies of scale with examples, e.g. poor communication, lack of commitment from employees, weak coordination Break-even analysis: The concept of break-even Construct, complete or amend a simple break-even chart Interpret a given chart and use it to analyse a situation Calculate break-even output from given data Define, calculate and interpret the margin of safety Use break-even analysis to help make simple decisions, e.g. impact of higher price Understand the limitations of break-even analysis
6.3 Business and the International Economy IGCSE Business Studies
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6.3 Business and the International Economy IGCSE Business Studies

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In this lesson I cover: The importance of globalisation: * The concept of globalisation and the reasons for it * Opportunities and threats of globalisation for businesses * Why governments might introduce import tariffs and import quotas Reasons for the importance and growth of multinational companies (MNCs): Benefits to a business of becoming a multinational and the impact on its stakeholders Potential benefits to a country and/or economy where a MNC is located, e.g. jobs, exports, increased choice, investment Potential drawbacks to a country and/or economy where a MNC is located, e.g. reduced sales of local businesses, repatriation of profits The impact of exchange rate changes: Depreciation and appreciation of an exchange rate How exchange rate changes can affect businesses as importers and exporters of products, e.g. prices, competitiveness, profitability (exchange rate calculations will not be assessed) I have also included some questions to help students remember the key points.
5.5-Analysis-of-Accounts IGCSE Business Studies
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5.5-Analysis-of-Accounts IGCSE Business Studies

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In this lesson I cover: Profitability: The concept and importance of profitability Liquidity: The concept and importance of liquidity How to interpret the financial performance of a business by calculating and analysing profitability ratios and liquidity ratios: Gross profit margin Profit margin Return on Capital Employed Current ratio Acid test ratio Why and how accounts are used: Needs of different users of accounts and ratio analysis How users of accounts and ratio results might use information to help make decisions, e.g. whether to lend to or invest in the business I have also created a task students to help students remember the main outcomes of this lesson.
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 P4
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BTEC Business Level 3 Unit 1 The Business Environment P4

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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.
The Chemicals of life - IGCSE Biology Revision Notes
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The Chemicals of life - IGCSE Biology Revision Notes

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This Presentation Cover: The 4 ‘Chemicals’ Carbohydrates Fats Proteins Water We will also cover The Tests for fat, protein and carbohydrates. Energy Calculations Our aim is to help students Achieve that A* they really deserve. Download and start revising for your exam.
1.3.3 Cash and cash-flow GCSE Business Studies
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1.3.3 Cash and cash-flow GCSE Business Studies

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In this informative PowerPoint Presentation I cover: The importance of cash to a business: To pay suppliers, overheads and employees To prevent business failure (insolvency) The difference between cash and profit. Calculation and interpretation of cash-flow forecasts: Cash inflows Cash outflows Net cash flow Opening and closing balances. There are also 5 questions at the end to help students remember key points of this presentation. Lots of images and clear text
1.1 Understanding Business Activity IGCSE Business
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1.1 Understanding Business Activity IGCSE Business

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In this lesson I cover: The purpose and nature of business activity Concepts of needs, wants, scarcity and opportunity cost Importance of specialisation Purpose of business activity The concept of adding value and how added value can be increased
1.4 Types of business organisation IGCSE business
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1.4 Types of business organisation IGCSE business

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The main features of different forms of business organisation: Sole traders, partnerships, private and public limited companies, franchises and joint ventures Differences between unincorporated businesses and limited companies Concepts of risk, ownership and limited liability Recommend and justify a suitable form of business organisation to owners/management in a given situation Business organisations in the public sector, e.g. public corporations