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Tartu
Secondary School of Business


AS M.T.S
Business plan
Karin
Erimäe
Instructor: Natalja Zagura
Tartu 2008


TABLE OF CONTENTS



TABLE OF CONTENTS 2
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3
BUSINESS IDEA 3
Mission 3
Keys to Success 4
COMPANY DESCRIPTION 4
PRODUCT AND SERVICE 4
TARGET MARKET 5
Main competitor 5
MARKETING AND SALES PLAN 5
Marketing strategy 5
Sales strategy 6
MANAGEMENT AND PERSONNEL 6
Management 6
Personnel 6
FINANCIAL PLAN 6
Important Assumptions 7
Sample of expenses 7
CONCLUSION 7
REFERENCES 8




EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


This
business plan was created to secure investors. The shop AS M.T.S
situate in Tallinn. There are two main reasons that M.T.S will
succeed in Tallinn: first is the  lack of direct competition ( nothing like it in town), the second is the well- known trademark, which is known all over the world and people crave this
product because there are not other shop in Estonia, where can buy
this firm product. In Tallinn there are women , who want to be
businesswoman and dress correctly. Variety of costumes is very large
and there are no identical costumes. Women can be spectacular and
then she feel more self-confident and then her work contribution
better.
In
business plan is talked about AS M.T.S mission, keys how to get
success, company description, what are the products and service,
which are offered, also there are some samples of expenses, there are
view about personnel and management.

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