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Topic: Leaders Who Have Hacked The Future Gap Each student will present an examp

Topic: Leaders Who Have Hacked The Future Gap
Each student will present an example taken from current events (within the last two years) drawn from a story/article, which illustrates Leadership in the topic (do not use Jobs, Ma, Musk…or any of the better-known leaders/companies – pick someone from a company/product that we might not know of).

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1. You will create content for MVP Application and Game Design Company. The comp

1. You will create content for MVP Application and Game Design Company. The company is in the United Arab Emirates. Look at the attached files to understand more about content. Describe how the content should be.
2. The attached files may not be enough. Look for the available information online. Do not contact the company for information.

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During the early stages of the pandemic many U.S. residents were looking for rec

During the early stages of the pandemic many U.S. residents were looking for recreation and ways to remain physically active that did not involve mingling with other people inside buildings. One such activity that met the criteria was outdoor go-kart racing. Contrary to the term “racing,” go-kart tracks serving the general public are not really racing-oriented. The karts are designed to be fun to drive for both experienced and inexperienced drivers alike. Anyone can just jump in and drive one, although practice leads to more skill. The karts themselves are very fun and safe to drive. The faster they are driven, the more physical is the workout. In most cases, the only “racing” being done is against the clock: trying for the best “lap time” (that is, having the lowest elapsed time to complete one entire circuit of the track). Printouts provided after the “heat” (a heat typically consists of 10 minutes of driving time around the track) reveal the lap times for each participant in the heat, ranked from quickest driver to slowest. PGP, the only outdoor go-kart track serving the Seattle area, has a 9/10-of-a-mile long track, with 30+ gas-powered karts capable of reaching speeds up to 50 mph. Anyone can arrive at the track at any time, pay $25, and jump in a kart (helmets are provided free of charge) and run in a heat with up to 30 other “racers” on the track at the same time. Depending on the skill level of the driver, a 10 minute heat would result in 7–9 laps (faster drivers can complete more laps in the same time frame). Many visitors to the track just run a single heat, but lots more come for a longer visit and run multiple heats (typically with a break or two in between). Completing a half-dozen heats (10-minute heats are run every 15 minutes) usually encompasses about two hours. During the non-rainy season in Seattle (generally from June to early-November), the track is busy every day from when it opens at 10:00 and closes at 5:00. During this season, PGP often hosts “corporate track events,” a “bonding exercise” that managers in local companies conduct with their employees. For these events, a company contracts with PGP to rent the whole track for an hour or so during the day to be used exclusively by its employees. Usually there is a break in the racing for lunch, employee recognition ceremonies, etc. (and of course, to proclaim the company “race winner”). When the season in Seattle turns rainy, there are far fewer customers at PGP each day (and rarely corporate events). PGP operates its track every day, rain or shine. What can make such an operation especially challenging is that the demand on any day is so closely tied to the weather, and thus sporadic. However, PGP must still keep a sizable staff working each day (about a dozen employees) even if only a few customers arrive (for example, corner workers are needed at the turns on the track regardless of how many racers are on the course; it still takes personnel to operate the front desk, mechanics to work on the karts, etc.). But even during Seattle’s rainy season, there are often dry times during the week (and sometimes even dry and wet times on any given day), so there are actually lots of opportunities to drive the karts during the fall, winter and spring. Dedicated kart drivers know that cold days are often the best days with the fastest lap times (colder air gives the engine more power, and the track is usually less crowded). And there are even a few (very few) die-hard racers who enjoy driving in the rain. Now, suppose that PGP management has approached you, a marketing consultant, to discuss a promotion that they are considering offering. The proposed promotion: Buy a “speed pack” for $150 and get $200 worth of races. The promotion would be launched in late November, and it would be valid to use anytime during the year. Only the purchaser of the speed pack would be entitled to use it (that is, the races could not be shared with friends, or the price split between two or more buyers). A limited number of speed packs (1000) would be sold, and PGP management expects all the speed packs would sell out. PGP management seeks your recommendation as to whether offering this promotion is a good or bad idea. Your task is to explain to them the potential benefits and drawbacks of running this promotion. Your analysis should include a computation of any shift in surplus that occurs for both PGP and the buyers of the speed packs. (In your analysis you can ignore any variable costs such as gasoline, tires, etc., which are relatively minor). Be sure to consider the strategic aspects of the promotion, as well. Begin your answer with either Recommend or Not Recommend.

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The main content of this speech is to predict the development of Coca-Cola Compa

The main content of this speech is to predict the development of Coca-Cola Company in the next 4 years. The slides I am responsible for are pages three and six. Please go through everything contained in the ppt and write a speech for pages 3 and 6. (It may be helpful to read Coca-Cola’s 2021 annual report in advance.)

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Please find a recent article that contains data statistics (charts) (the example

Please find a recent article that contains data statistics (charts) (the examples shown in the guideline cannot be used), and complete the speech and ppt (the slides need to include the data statistics charts that appear in the article, and explain them). Thank you!

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Please create my template from the example template Submitting Your Marketing Pl

Please create my template from the example template
Submitting Your Marketing Plan
You have been building pieces of your Marketing Plan each week throughout this course. This week it is time to put all the pieces together and add the “executive summary”. The executive summary is a brief overview of your plan, usually 1 – 2 pages long, and is placed at the beginning section of the Marketing Plan.
You will use your assignments from the previous weeks to complete your Marketing Plan. Additional information may also be used/required. Be sure to incorporate any feedback you may have received from your instructor when submitting your final Marketing Plan.
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I have uploaded all the assignments that I had to complete about my marketing plan.

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The main purpose of our group speech is to find a better way to sell Starbucks.

The main purpose of our group speech is to find a better way to sell Starbucks. We need to analyze competitors (Blue Bottle and Dutch Bros) and compare them (including Starbucks). The part I was responsible for was 11-14 slides. Please complete the slide on page 14 Competitive Analysis and write a presentation based on the slides on pages 11-14 (each paragraph represents a slide page). Thank you

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CONTENT: Please do the plan for statbucks company. You have 2 days to do it Comm

CONTENT: Please do the plan for statbucks company. You have 2 days to do it
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PREVIOUS PAPER INSTRUCTIONS (#493389038): for this assignment, you have to write a 1-page proposal for an individual report( to be done later). so check the two documents attached( proposal and assessment 2). chose a company that is well known for example apple, nike, etc.

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Instructions for the Research Report Option: Any student who chooses not to or d

Instructions for the Research Report Option:
Any student who chooses not to or does not participate in the online segment of the DMSB Marketing Insights panel can fulfill the requirement by completing an alternative report assignment, which involves writing a six-page report about an empirical research article from one of the two most recent issues of the following top three marketing journals listed here: Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Marketing, or Journal of Consumer Research. The article you select must involve an empirical investigation (including a data collection effort using experiments, surveys or other methods).
Your report of the article should be structured using the following headings:
(a) the research question
(b) topic/subject matter
(c) contribution of the work to research in marketing and to marketing practice over prior work that has been conducted (and referred to in the article)
(d) the methods used
(e) key findings
(f) bibliography
Formatting:
12-pt font
1.5-line spacing
First and Last Name
PDF file with your full name in the title
DO NOT do any of the following, otherwise your report will be sent back, and you must re-do it:
– DO NOT Conduct your own research. This assignment is a research report on an already published article
– DO NOT Increase font sizes and spacing to reach six pages
– DO NOT Assume half a page counts as a full page. A “six-page research report” includes six full pages
I have provided the research article file that you will use in the additional materials.

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CONTENT: Professor’s Feedback: The sales of Coca Cola are not $4.8 Billion. They

CONTENT: Professor’s Feedback: The sales of Coca Cola are not $4.8 Billion. They are much more than that. You are looking at the wrong company, possibly one of the bottlers. You need to get the the financials for the Coca-Cola company, not the bottlers. Please look at the other presentations made about Coca Cola and resubmit.
From the Coca-Cola Company’s annual report, Coca-Cola does not provide a net sale basic on product category, but they provide a net sale basic on region. I have uploaded the annual statement as an attachment. Please redo the ppt (including the table, waterfall and all subsequent explanations)) based on this annual report. Thank you!
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PREVIOUS PAPER INSTRUCTIONS (#490722240): The company I’m assigned to is The Coca-Cola Company.