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20 years business and technical writing and in the last 10 years expanded in to Ghost Writing, Fiction and Non-fiction writing, proofreading and editing for grammar and text flow. Worked across different industries (e.g. Defence, Medical, Utilities, Oil&Gas, Transportation, IoT, Home Office and Financial Services) and globally with clients. Documented processes and procedures and then adjusted them to run on SAP Applications. Able to write Instructions and Exercises for any of these industries.

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20 years business and technical writing and in the last 10 years expanded in to Ghost Writing, Fiction and Non-fiction writing, proofreading and editing for grammar and text flow. Worked across different industries (e.g. Defence, Medical, Utilities, Oil&Gas, Transportation, IoT, Home Office and Financial Services) and globally with clients. Documented processes and procedures and then adjusted them to run on SAP Applications. Able to write Instructions and Exercises for any of these industries.
The UKs First Mobile Game Teaching Entrepreneurship
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The UKs First Mobile Game Teaching Entrepreneurship

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TELL ME MORE ABOUT THIS GAME?! Entrepreneur Eddie is a guy with an idea, in fact Eddie has a tonne of ideas, but can he turn his ideas into a business and start-up his company? Help Eddie and Pandora Profit dash along a perilous road filled with obstacles and hidden pitfalls. They have to collect as many good ideas as possible to get the most out of their start-ups. Start-Up Dash is an entrepreneur inspired, fast paced runner which will make you use all your speed and reflexes to decide when to accelerate your startup business, shoot sales targets and exit when you decide to sell your company. ★ Exciting POWER-UPS to accelerate your START-UP! ★ Turn FAILURE in SUCCESS! ★ Collect CRYPTO Currencies! ★ Pick up INVINCIBILITY upgrades! ★ Ultra fast ENTREPRENEURIAL acrobatics! ★ CHALLENGE your friends on the road to FORTUNE! You will meet good ideas, bad ideas, the competition and don't forget to pay your staff! You'll even get the chance to be Crypto-Cool and collect KidCoins. Get ready, set and dash your way to the top of entrepreneurial success!
Event Management Instructions and Exercises
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Event Management Instructions and Exercises

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The Instructions state how to use the Exercises with the class split into teams and each team doing the 16 steps in the Exercises. Then using the associated spreadsheet to record the Purchase Ledger and Sales Ledger entries using the format shown and then workout the carry over reserve and profit.
Micro-Entity Accounts Analysis, Examples and Exercises
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Micro-Entity Accounts Analysis, Examples and Exercises

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1) Micro-Entity Accounts Analysis 2) Cost of Sales Exercises 3) Balance Sheet Called up Share Capital 4) Balance Sheet Tangible Assets Deprecation Examples and exercises 5) Balance Sheet Debtors and Creditors Examples and Exercises 6) Balance Sheet P&L Examples and Exercises
Event Management
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Event Management

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Instructions and Exercises cover what you need to do, before you can promote your Event legally. Purchase and Sales Ledgers give you a practical way to record cash going out for purchases and cash coming in from sales of event tickets. Music Festival analysis and observation covers their promotion page and whats in it and can act as a check list for others.
Collecting Personal Data
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Collecting Personal Data

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The GDPR Priciple 5(b) Collecting Personal Data is explained through exercises for the students to do and then improve their understanding and Data Protection knowledge.
GDPR Consent of the Data Subject 6.1n Bundle 2
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GDPR Consent of the Data Subject 6.1n Bundle 2

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Covers: 6.1a) Consent of the Data Subject 6.1b) Performance of a Contract 6.1c) Compliance with a legal obligation 6.1d) Protect the vital interests of a Data Subject or another Person 6.1e) Performance of a task carried out in the Public Interest 6.1f) Legitimate Interests
Crowd Funding
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Crowd Funding

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Crowd Funding online platforms raise funding for startups or small companies who offer a percentage of their shares for sale to investors. The platforms vet the prospective companies to ensure there is a market for their product or service . Then help them write their Business Plan and Pitch that investors will read and decide on investing from a small amount(US$10.00 for a poster) to large amounts (US$10,000 the full product).
Business Finance from Startup to Growth
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Business Finance from Startup to Growth

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To relate interest free Micro Finance Loans to people around the World that do not qualify for other forms of finance and don’t have bank accounts or banks near them. Kiva and their countries Small Business Advisors check them out and if alright amplify and simplify what their business is about and the need for funding through Kiva. Their profile on the Kiva Web Site will direct and prove their need and therefore engage and activate lenders. On Crowd Funding web sites, the proof of concept with a working product or deliverable service and business plan will relate and engage investors who qualify and direct and activate them to buy shares and amplify and entertain interested parties who pay for perks. The perks are different forms of product or service offering. The Crowd Funding selection and rigour will specify and simplify the filtering and acceptance of companies looking for investment from investors and pacify them when thinking about using their platform. Funding Circle will relate to those businesses seeking a loan and who qualify and are established enough to feel capable of paying back the loan from £5,000 to 1 Million. Also able to specify and prove the application of the borrowed funds and amplify and simplify the supporting statements to engage and activate the approval from Funding Circle. Over 50,000 people led funds alongside the British Government and get paid 7.2% interest.
QM018 - Terms and Conditions Policy
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QM018 - Terms and Conditions Policy

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Explains how my small business operates and points students to read Amazons Terms and Conditions to understand how a large global company does it. Most small and medium companies would not be able to operate 24/7 with customers in different countries, unless they operated as a Virtual organisation with people in the same countries that have enough customers to make economic sense.