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Two teachers who specialise in Business. Providing you all with high quality, free content and resources to help teachers teach and students achieve 📚 For updates on new and exclusive content, feel free to follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram. Also, why not subscribe to our Youtube Channel for videos that link to our resources 🎬
Christmas Adverts 2019 Activity Worksheets
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Christmas Adverts 2019 Activity Worksheets

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Millions of pounds are spent by retailers on producing Christmas adverts each year, but why? We’re only a few weeks into November 2019 and the Christmas advertising campaign season is well under way, with big budget ads from John Lewis, Sainsbury’s, Ikea and Amazon already gracing our screens and social media. The lavish productions rack up millions of hits on sites such as YouTube. They may be popular, but people are less sure about whether these ads actually benefit the big brands behind them (BBC, 2019). This resource provides you with 3 seperate tasks for students to complete focused on 2019’s Christmas advert collection. It requires students to compare adverts, analyse the use of them for business and then create their own for a brand of their choice.
Marketing Mix 4P's Activity with Video
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Marketing Mix 4P's Activity with Video

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The foundations of the Marketing Mix are based on the 4P’s, which are Product, Price, Place and Promotion. It is a marketing tool which is used in business to support the business to achieve their marketing objectives and engage their target market when they launch a product through meeting their wants and needs. This activity is supported by a video and provides students with a couple of tasks and an extension task around the 4P’s.
Young Hustlers Activity
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Young Hustlers Activity

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This resource is perfect for anyone teaching entrepreneurship. It is based on a video produced by BBC Newsbeat named ‘DIY Generation: Young Hustlers’ and features the journeys of four young entrepreneurs. The activity resource has 7 questions linked to the video including students establishing 3 micro business ideas.
How Starbucks Became an $80B Business Activity
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How Starbucks Became an $80B Business Activity

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This activity resource is based on CNBC’s 7 minute YouTube video case study on Starbucks and how it became an $80 billion dollar business. It examines the businesses past, present and future prospects. The resource has 8 questions for students to answer and should generate critical thinking about the businesses history overtime. Helping students to understand how both internal and external factors can impact a businesses success.
SWOT Analysis on Amazon Infographic
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SWOT Analysis on Amazon Infographic

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SWOT analysis is a tool that businesses use to examine their Strengths, Weaknesses, Oppourtunities and Threats. This infographic provides an overview of a SWOT analysis conducted on Amazon and complements the video attached to this link. Could be useful as either a lesson resource or a poster for your classroom wall.
Pricing Strategies Activity & Video
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Pricing Strategies Activity & Video

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Pricing strategies form an important part of a brands marketing mix and the pricing strategy a business takes can directly impact business success. The core aim of any pricing strategy is to ultimately increase revenue, profits and the awareness of the product or brand. In this activity, students will watch a short video which covers common pricing strategies. Whilst watching the video students can use the activity to answer questions that are directly related to the content covered in the video. The activity sheet allows students to then apply their knowledge of pricing strategies to a variety of business scenarios and justify why they have chosen that particular pricing strategy. As the video covers 7 common pricing strategies, we have added in a task where you clarify the specific strategies students must know for their current course. This allows you to broaden their knowledge of pricing strategies and then tailor the activity to your specification. Alternatively, the activity resource is fully editable so feel free to amend it to meet your needs.
Coca Cola Case Study & Questions | Investigating Corporate Social Responsibility
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Coca Cola Case Study & Questions | Investigating Corporate Social Responsibility

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A case study of Coca Cola’s approach to water resources along with questions that apply the knowledge gained from the case study. The case study is particularly useful in terms of investigating the impact business decisions have on key stakeholders and whether or not the businesses actions are ethical or not. The resource is specifically tailored to BTEC Level 3 Business: Unit 20 Investigating Corporate Social Responsibility. However the questions could be amended to fit whatever you want from the case study.
Activity Sheet | Two Teachers Talk Business News: Episode 4 (11/01/20)
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Activity Sheet | Two Teachers Talk Business News: Episode 4 (11/01/20)

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An activity sheet designed to get business students engaged in current business news, along with an accompanying video that covers three recent news articles. The sheet is fully editable if you wish to create your own questions around the topics covered or use the questions provided. Two Teachers talk business news is our take on the weeks business news. The activity sheet could be useful as a starter to get students to look at wider business topics. It will hopeful help them to notice more of the business world around them. Links to each article discussed are below: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7866609/Uber-unveils-new-Hyundai-flying-taxi-passengers-Melbourne-airport-2023.html https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/jan/08/greggs-to-pay-workers-7m-bonus-after-vegan-sausage-roll-success https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-51045320
Break Even Analysis Activity | T-Shirt Business - Differentiated with Answers
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Break Even Analysis Activity | T-Shirt Business - Differentiated with Answers

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Break even analysis is commonly used in business to calculate the point at which a business neither makes a profit or a loss. The technique is a business planning tool and uses information about both sales and costs to identify the point in which a business will break even. If a business predicts sales to exceed the break even point they are predicting a profit and any units over the break even point are referred to as the margin of safety. If a businesses sales are predicted to be less than the break even point, they are predicting a loss and may not produce the product or may look at alternatives such as increasing the selling price or looking for a cheaper supplier of the materials required to produce the item. With this in mind, the resource provides students with the scenario of a potential business starting who will produce and sell t-shirts. However, before they start they are trying to calculate their break even point. The resources contains three different versions of the same task using the nandos sauce rating for students to easily understand and relate to. With supporting answers for the tutor.
Activity Sheet | Two Teachers Talk Business News: Episode 5 (18/01/20)
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Activity Sheet | Two Teachers Talk Business News: Episode 5 (18/01/20)

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An activity sheet designed to get business students engaged in current business news, along with an accompanying video that covers three recent news articles. The sheet is fully editable if you wish to create your own questions around the topics covered or use the questions provided. Two Teachers talk business news is our take on the weeks business news. The activity sheet could be useful as a starter to get students to look at wider business topics. It will hopeful help them notice more of the business world around them. Links to this weeks articles: Just Eat agree to deliver Gregg’s stakebakes (links to marketing) https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-51118787 Asda to trial Rice Crispies without any packaging (links to sustainability) https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/asda-sustainable-store-supermarket-refill-stations-pasta-cereal-rice-coffee-a9285871.html Big Brother is eyeing a return and watching Love Island’s viewing figures closely (links to the product life cycle) https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/big-brother-tipped-unexpected-return-21288581
Marketing Campaign Activity: Dunkin Donuts Flavor Radio Marketing Campaign
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Marketing Campaign Activity: Dunkin Donuts Flavor Radio Marketing Campaign

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A marketing campaign is crucial for a product’s success. Within a typical marketing campaign, a business would promote either their brand to increase brand awareness or a specific product with the aim of ultimately increasing revenue and profits. In this activity, students will watch a short video (2.33mins) which covers a Dunkin Donuts marketing campaign for their coffee products. The video is specifically focused on the ‘Flavor Radio’ marketing campaign and requires students to answer a series of questions through a creative outlet and also includes an extension task.
The Boston Matrix | Activity Sheet & Video
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The Boston Matrix | Activity Sheet & Video

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This activity sheet has a scenario that puts the Boston Matrix into a business context. It allows the students to apply the concept of the Boston Matrix and investigate how this planning tool can help a business make marketing and business decisions. The Boston Matrix is a model which helps businesses analyse their product portfolio and can be used as a marketing tool or for general business strategy. It places each product within the product portfolio into 4 separate categories based upon; their market share and market growth. These four categories are; Star, Cash Cow, Question Mark & Dog.
Activity Sheet | Two Teachers Talk Business News: Episode 3 (04/01/20)
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Activity Sheet | Two Teachers Talk Business News: Episode 3 (04/01/20)

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This activity sheet is designed to get business students engaged in current business news and is accompanied by a video that covers three recent news articles. Two Teachers talk business news is our take on the weeks business news. The activity sheet could be useful as a starter to get students to look at wider business topics that just what is on the curriculum. Article links below: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-50985407 []https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/newsbeat-50938854 https://news.sky.com/story/ten-tech-predictions-for-the-decade-ahead-what-will-happen-by-2030-11884641
The power of a sales
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The power of a sales

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Making customers feel like something is too good to miss is one of the most common sales techniques used in business to get us to make an impulse purchase, spending money that we may not have spent otherwise. A very effective method of influencing buying behaviour. This could be used as an image to spark discussion or as a classroom poster.
The Power of Compound Interest
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The Power of Compound Interest

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Compound interest is such a pivotal factor in the value of your money over time. That important, we made a classroom poster to explain its effect. Compound interest is one of the most important concepts to understand in order to manage your personal finances & increase your wealth over time. It helps you to earn a higher return on your savings & investments. However, it can also increase the amount you pay back when you’re paying interest on a loan. Imagine rolling a snowball, the more you roll it, the bigger it gets, effectively building upon itself. Just like a snowball, compound interest is interest earned on money that was previously earned as interest. The poster defines the concept of compound interest and provides an example of its impact over time.
Why McDonald's Flopped in Vietnam Activity
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Why McDonald's Flopped in Vietnam Activity

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The fast food industry thrives in most of the world. Chains like McDonald’s and Burger King typically come out on top in the $651 billion fast food industry. In Vietnam, however, the brands have failed to take off. McDonald’s and Burger King have more than 36,000 and 16,000 locations across the globe, respectively. But in Vietnam, McDonald’s has 17 stores and Burger King has 13. In Vietnam, a country spoiled for choice when it comes to food, some U.S. fast food chains are struggling to compete with the local competition. This activity resource is to be used alongside the CNBC ‘Why Mcdonald’s Flopped in Vietnam’ video which can be found in the Two Teachers Youtube Channel: Business Case Studies playlist.
Activity Sheet & Video | Two Teachers Talk Business News: Episode 6
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Activity Sheet & Video | Two Teachers Talk Business News: Episode 6

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An activity sheet designed to get business students engaged in current business news, along with an accompanying video that covers three recent news articles. The sheet is fully editable if you wish to create your own questions around the topics covered or use the questions provided. Two Teachers talk business news is our take on the weeks business news. The activity sheet could be useful as a starter to get students to look at wider business topics. It will hopeful help them notice more of the business world around them. Links to this weeks articles: Sainsburys to cut hundreds of Managers out of the business https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-51196869 Google develop apps to curb phone addiction https://www.theverge.com/2020/1/21/21076204/google-digital-wellbeing-envelope-activity-bubble-screen-stopwatch Ted Baker overstate their inventory by £58m https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/jan/22/ted-baker-balance-sheet-error-worse-than-feared-as-woes-deepen
Marketing Activity - Stimulating Market Demand - Drake's Music Shop
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Marketing Activity - Stimulating Market Demand - Drake's Music Shop

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Stimulating market demand is one of the most crucial elements within the marketing element of a business or product to turn current customers into loyal customers or trigger demand by the market. This resource provides students with a scenario of Drake owning a music shop which he wants to grow the revenue and popularity of all the different products and services he offers. Therefore, students need to investage various ways in which he can stimulate demand of the market.
Marketing Mix 4P's Infographic on Apple
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Marketing Mix 4P's Infographic on Apple

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The foundations of the marketing mix are based on the 4P’s, which are Product, Price, Place and** Promotion. This infographic provides an overview of the 4P’s of the Apple iPhone and how they all combine to help Apple to sell more products. It can be used as either a resource in lesson or as a classroom poster. This resources is also supported by a video which is linked.
The Ansoff Matrix | Video & Activity Sheet
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The Ansoff Matrix | Video & Activity Sheet

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**The Ansoff Matrix is a business planning tool designed to aide managers and marketers in identifying a growth strategy. The Ansoff Matrix is useful for anyone teaching or studying GCSE, A level or BTEC Business studies as it is a core conept in business. ** The Video: The video (4.56 minutes) goes through what the Ansoff Matrix is and how McDonald’s have used it to grow their global business. Each strategy within the Ansoff Matrix is explained and key points identified. The Activity Sheet: Whilst watching the video students can use the activity to answer questions that are directly related to the content covered in the video. There are questions of what the Ansoff Matrix is and what each startegy means. The activity sheet allows students to create their own matrix for a business of their choice and finished with an extension task to stretch the more able students.