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Needs and wants
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Needs and wants

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Useful presentation which the students loved. There are some case studies and good level information for students to understand the importance of needs and wants. The difference between the two and I have included activities which will naturally get the students involved. Great resource to help student identify their needs and wants as well as get them high marks in business and economics exams.
1.3.3 Cash and cash-flow
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1.3.3 Cash and cash-flow

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in this presentation we 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.
Edexcel GCSE Business UPDATED- 1.3.1 Business aims and objectives
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Edexcel GCSE Business UPDATED- 1.3.1 Business aims and objectives

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Edexcel GCSE Business UPDATED- 1.3.1 Business aims and objectives This is a PDF file full of everything you need for your class, covering the whole topic, you may turn it into a powerpoint presentation if you wish. however its best presented as it is. There are some previous exam questions at the end to help students get an idea of example style questions.
1.3.4 Sources of business finance
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1.3.4 Sources of business finance

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in this presentation we 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
1.5.1 Business stakeholders
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1.5.1 Business stakeholders

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in this presentation we 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.
1.4.2 Business location
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1.4.2 Business location

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in this presentation we cover: Factors influencing business location: proximity to: market, labour, materials and competitors nature of the business activity The impact of the internet on location decisions: e-commerce and/or fixed premises
GCSE Business revision project - Enterprise skills
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GCSE Business revision project - Enterprise skills

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A useful project to encourage group discussions. I have prepared this presentation for my year 11 group to help them revise key topics. Such as finance, marketing, different business ownerships and so on. It helps with their research and presenting skills. You may allow them to work in groups or individually to undertake this activity. The group I did this project with loved it. There were some great results. It’s a great resource which can be easily adapted to suit your class.
Aims and Objectives GCSE + BTEC Business
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Aims and Objectives GCSE + BTEC Business

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This is a simple but clear starting point where students can learn the aims and objectives of different organisations. Students will love the group task, and you can extended it by getting them to look at their own aims and targets. I have used this for unit 2 BTEC business and GCSE business.
Business location activity
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Business location activity

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simple but clear activity to get students started and enhance their understanding and power of getting the location of business right.
1.1.3 The role of business enterprise
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1.1.3 The role of business enterprise

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in this presentation we cover: The role of business enterprise and the purpose of business activity: to produce goods or services to meet customer needs to add value: convenience, branding, quality, design, unique selling points. The role of entrepreneurship: an entrepreneur: organises resources, makes business decisions, takes risks.
Edexcel GCSE Business UPDATED 1.3.2 Business revenues costs and profits
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Edexcel GCSE Business UPDATED 1.3.2 Business revenues costs and profits

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Edexcel GCSE Business UPDATED1.3.2 Business revenues costs and profits This is a PDF file full of everything you need for your class, covering the whole topic, you may turn it into a powerpoint presentation if you wish. however its best presented as it is. There are some previous exam questions at the end to help students get an idea of example style questions.
Edexcel GCSE Business UPDATED - 1.3.4 Sources of business finance
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Edexcel GCSE Business UPDATED - 1.3.4 Sources of business finance

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Edexcel GCSE Business UPDATED - 1.3.4 Sources of business finance This is a PDF file full of everything you need for your class, covering the whole topic, you may turn it into a powerpoint presentation if you wish. however its best presented as it is. There are some previous exam questions at the end to help students get an idea of example style questions.
Edexcel GCSE Business UPDATED 1.3.3 Cash and cash flow
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Edexcel GCSE Business UPDATED 1.3.3 Cash and cash flow

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Edexcel GCSE Business UPDATED 1.3.3 Cash and cash flow This is a PDF file full of everything you need for your class, covering the whole topic, you may turn it into a powerpoint presentation if you wish. however its best presented as it is. There are some previous exam questions at the end to help students get an idea of example style questions.
3.1.4 Stakeholders AQA GCSE Business (9-1)
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3.1.4 Stakeholders AQA GCSE Business (9-1)

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3.1.4 Stakeholders AQA GCSE Business (9-1) This is a PDF file full of everything you need for your class, covering the whole topic, you may turn it into a powerpoint presentation if you wish. however its best presented as it is. There are some previous exam questions at the end to help students get an idea of example style questions.
3.1.3 Setting business aims and objectives AQA GCSE Business (9-1)
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3.1.3 Setting business aims and objectives AQA GCSE Business (9-1)

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3.1.3 Setting business aims and objectives AQA GCSE Business (9-1) This is a PDF file full of everything you need for your class, covering the whole topic, you may turn it into a powerpoint presentation if you wish. however its best presented as it is. There are some previous exam questions at the end to help students get an idea of example style questions.
1.2.2 Market research
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1.2.2 Market research

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in this presentation we 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.
1.1.1 The dynamic nature of business
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1.1.1 The dynamic nature of business

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This PowerPoint presentation covers: Why and how new business ideas come about: To be able to discuss the reasons why a new business idea may come about To be able to identify how new business ideas may either be original or an adaptation of existing ideas
1.1.2 Risk and reward
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1.1.2 Risk and reward

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in this presentation we cover: The impact of risk and reward on business activity: Risk: business failure, financial loss, lack of security Reward: business success, profit, independence. Lesson objectives - To be able to discuss the impact of risk and reward on business activity
Knowledge Organiser Language and Structural Terminology
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Knowledge Organiser Language and Structural Terminology

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This PowerPoint presentation is for AQA language Paper one, it will offer students key structural and language terminology. As will as analytical verbs plus words to use for effect on the reader. I would say this is exactly what my students needed for quick revision.