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EU Internal Market

EU Internal Market Group Work I: History and Purpose of the Internal Market Please connect terms (numbers) with correct description (letter), for example 17 M 1 Common Market A ... is characterized by free movement of goods between the participating countries, but autonomous external trade policies in relation to non-participants. 2 Comparative B A top-down approach to integration that can be best

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Market and marketing

Good afternoon! My name is … I will be speaking today for 10 minutes about market and marketing. At first I am going to talk about meaning of market and I must define what is market in modern marketing context. The common usage of market means a place where goods are bought or sold. A market need not necessarily mean a place of exchange. The word market is commonly used and may even mean or aim in any of the following:  Market may mean a place where buying and selling take place  Buyers and sellers come together for transaction  An organization through which exchange of goods takes place  The act of buying and selling of goods (to satisfy human wants)  An area of operation of commercial demand for commodities In addition, I have to define what is marketing. Marketing is a human activity to satisfy needs and wants, through an exchange process

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EU internal Market. Dog case

EU countries by making a profit of it I shall conclude that it involves a “movement of goods within the EU Member States” (Articles 26 and 37). 2. Is there a restriction of trade in goods? a. Can we name an animal, or to be more exact a dog as a “good” – yes, in accordance of Article 13 TFEU: “In formulating and implementing the Union's agriculture, fisheries, transport, internal market, research and technological development and space policies, the Union and the Member States shall, since animals are sentient beings, pay full regard to the welfare requirements of animals, while respecting the legislative or administrative provisions and customs of the Member States relating in particular to religious rites, cultural traditions and regional heritage”. b

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Market Leader Advanced (3) – Unit 12

Market Leader Advanced (3) – Unit 12 deployment- activities that make a software system available for use tolerances- fair attitude towards any kind of people stakeholders- a person or business that invested monet into smth weep- showing emotions with crying idle- lack of motion or energy shout foul- to shed tears because of grief or pain fine-tuning- to make small adjustments in for optimal performance scope- getting information required to start a project slack time- the amount of time that a group is ahead of schedule on a project Gantt chart- chart that illustrates a project schedule over-assign mindless- no ability to think critical path of a project- complete projects on a time by focusing on key tasks cloud the schedule ingredients- different parts needed to finish the job take a roll call- checking if people are present a bottleneck- when things come to a point and slows down because two masses cannot share the same space at ...

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EU internal Market law. Mid term evaluation assignment

enumerated in that article. According to the case factual circumstances, the exact dog breed selling/buying ban amounts to a discrimination against certain part of goods (dogs). Cassis de Dijon case (Case 120/78 of 20 February 1979) laid down the principle that any product legally manufactured and marketed in a Member State in accordance with its fair and traditional rules, and with the manufacturing processes of that country, must be allowed onto the market of any other Member State. This was the basic reasoning underlying the debate on defining the principle of mutual recognition, operating in the absence of harmonization. According to the above said, the prohibition of dealing (selling and importing) in pit bulls and Rottweilers has hit noticeably PB&R company’s profits potentially driving it out of business. Importantly, the field of application of Article 34 TFEU is limited by the Keck jurisprudence, which

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150 uut sõna logistikutele

Kaupa vedama, last, 36. Freight vedu 37. Freight depot Kaubajaam 38. Freight insurance Transpordikindlustus Laeva kandejõud 39. Freight tonnage mahutonnides 40. Freightliner Kiirkaubarong 41. Commodity Kaup, tarbeese Suurema turu väike 42. Niche market erisegment Kasutusele võtma, 43. Implement rakendama 44. Core Tuum 45. Core capital Põhivara Infovahetusvõime, 46. Interoperatibility koostöövõime 47. Diffusion Hajutatus, levimine 48. Transact Äri ajama, teostama 49

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Inglise keele sõnad ADVERTISING

HOW COMPANIES ADVERTISE 1. Word-of-mouth advertising ­ Free advertising, friends tell other friends abaout products. 2. Institutional or prestige advertising ­ The company's name is mentioned but not the specific product's. 3. Advertiding agencies ­ Companies that handle advertising for clients. 4. Advertising account ­ Contract between companie and client. 5. Agreed budget ­ the amount of money a company plans to spend in advertising and media time. (A particular market segment at which a marketing campaign is focused.) 6. Brief ­ Short statement of things need to be done (worked out) ( Using few words) 7. target customers - customers you want to target, potantial customers who will buy your product. 8. media planners - The people who choose where to advertise, in order to reach the right customers. 9. threshold effect ­ The benchmark for setting future advertising budgets 10

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Canada

Canada is a parlamentary democracy and a constitutional Monarch with Queen Elizabeth the Second as a head of state. The federal comprises ten provinces and three territoties. Canada is a bilingueal and multicultural country. Both English and French are official languages at federal level. Canadas economy is heavily reliant upon its abuntant natural resources and upon trade with the USA. Canada is one of the world`s wealthiest nations with a high per capita income. It is a free market economy with much less government intervention than European nations. Canada is one of the few developed countries that is a net exporter of energy. Canada has deposits of natural gas and oil. Also it is world`s largest producer of zinc and uranium. Canada has world`s most liberal social policies. Medial marijana is legalized. And also in 2005 they legalized gay marriage, so Canada became one of the four nations that allow same- sex marriage.

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Estonian political parties

Estonian Political parties The Estonian Reform party is a liberal party that was founded in 2004. It represents liberal ideas such as free market, equality and international relationships.The Reform party is the most economically liberal party in Estonia and it is led by Andrus Ansip. The Union of Pro patria and Res Publica was founded in 2006, when two conservative parties merged. The party's political ideology is conservatism and Christian Democrasy. It has about 8000 members. This Party won 19 seats in the Parliament in previous elections. The Social Democratic Party was founded in 1990. It represents ideas such as social

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Keelekasutus reklaamides

vaibaparadiis,akuparadiis). Helisid jäljendava, kõlasarnasusel põhineva sõnavaraga püütakse inimeste meeled reklaamiloo lugemisel kaasa haarata. Seda kasutatakse usutavuse ja loomulikuse saavutamiseks, ahvatluse ja emotsionaalsuse suurendamiseks. Sellises tekstis kasutatakse liialdatud võtteid nagu keskvõrret- ja ülivürret vormide (mega-, luks-,super-maxi.-) kasutamine. Neid samu eesliiteid võib näha mõnede ettevõtete nimelaienditena (RIMI hyper market, Maximarket). Reklaami sõnastus peab olema selline, mis toetub inimeste soovidele või vajadustele. Kui neid pole, siis neid soove tekitama. Kõige tavalisem on selline konstruktsioon, kus olevikus peaks olema inimesel millestki puudus ning see vajadus saab eeldatavasti rahuldatud toote omandamisel (nt. Autoreklaam; Tänu kompaktsusele ja nobedusele on Aygoga mugav liigelda ka tihedas liikluses ja kitsastes kohtades. Ideaalne linnaauto, kus on piisavalt ruumi neljale täiskasvanule

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How to write a Business Plan

How to write a Business Plan Polina Baranova University of Tartu 2017 • The first thing to do is create an outline for your plan. The outline should cover the main topics or points • that will be • 1. Executive Summary • 2. Business Description and Vision • 3. Definition of the Market • 4. Description of the Products and Services • 5. Organization and Management • 6. Marketing and Sales Strategy • 7. Financial Management • 8. Conclusion 1. Executive Summary A typical executive summary for a startup company includes the following sections: • The business opportunity - describe the need or the opportunity. • Taking advantage of the opportunity - explain how will your business will serve the market.

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Valuutaturg

Valuutaturg 1. Sissejuhatus Välisvaluutaturg ehk Forex ehk Foreign Exchange Market – teiste nimedega FOREX, FX, Spot FX või lihtsalt Spot – on maailma suurim finantsturg, mille päevane käive ulatub 4 triljoni USA dollarini. Võrdluseks: New York Stock Exchange’i päevane käive ulatub kõigest 153 miljardi dollarini. Forexi maht ületab kolmekordselt aktsia- ja futuurituru kombineeritult. Valuutaturgudel kaubeldakse sisuliselt rahaga, täpsemalt erinevate valuutadega. Samaaegselt toimub

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Teine kodutöö aines Mikroökonoomika II

EXERCISE N. 1 The demand and supply curves for fixed gear bikes in Hipsterland are �� = 75 − 1.5� and �� = 1.5� − 30. a. Find the equilibrium price; b. Find the equilibrium quantity; c. What are the consumer surplus, producer surplus, and total welfare at the market equilibrium? qD = 75 – 1,5*p => p = 50 – 2/3*q qS = 1,5*p – 30 => p = 20 + 2/3*q 75 – 1,5*p = 1,5*p – 30 3*p = 105 p* = 35 q* = 22,5 p S 50 35 2 0 D 22, 75 q 5 Producer surplus: ((35 – 20)*22,5)/2 = 168,75 Consumer surplus: ((50-35)*22,5)/2 = 168,75 Total welfare:

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Service marketing

· Determining the value propositions to meet these needs · Communicating these value propositions to all those people in the organization responsible for delivering them and getting their buyin to their role · Playing an appropriate part in delivering these value propositions to the chosen market segments · Monitoring the value actually delivered Chapter 2 Basically this chapter considers the nature of services and relationship marketing. Services have unique characteristics that differentiate them from goods or manufactured products. These characteristics are intangibility, heterogeneity, inseparability and perishability

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Demand and Supply

MARKET Market system is an interrelated set of markets for goods, services and inputs. A market is defined as the interaction of all potential buyers and sellers of a good or class of goods that are close substitutes. · The markets provide information to agents that may be used to identify and evaluate alternative choices that might be used to achieve objectives. · Each agent acting in a market has incentives to react to the information provided. · Given the information and incentives, agents within markets can adjust to changes. The process of market adjustment can be visualized as changes in demand and/or supply. · Markets include all potential buyers and sellers ­ geographic boundaries of market ­ markets defined by nature of product and characteristics of buyers ­ conditions of entry into market

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Inglise keel: 500 sõna majanduserialadele

58 budgeting eelarve koostamine 59 bulge hindade ajutine äkktõus 60 burden of debt võlakoorem 61 business entity majandusüksus 62 business management ärijuhtimine 63 business venture äririsk 64 canon seadus, eeskiri 65 capacity for work töövõime 66 capital contributions panus 67 capital gearing rahasuhe 68 capital market kapitali turg 69 cash book kassa 70 cash dispenser (ATM) sularaha automaat 71 cash flow forecasts rahavoogude prognoos 72 central bank keskpank 73 chain pankade, kaupluste kett 74 charges kulud, kulutused 75 charity heategevus 76 check-in sisseregistreerimine 77 clerk kontoriametnik

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Unit 1 -15

Shareholders ­ aktsionärid Management ­ juhtkond workforce ­ tööjõud organisation chart ­ organisatsiooniskeem Board of Directors ­ juhatus/nõukogu Chairperson or President ­ esimees Managing Director ­ majandusjuhataja Chief Executive Officer ­ tegevdirektor Senior managers ­ tippjuht Company officers ­ aktsiaseltsi personal Marketing ­ turundus Public relations ­ avalikud suhted Information technology IT ­ infotehnoloogia Personnel or Human Resources ­ inimressursid Finance ­ rahandus Production ­ tootmine Research and Development ­ uuringu- ja arendustegevus recruit ­ värbama tööjõudud position ­ ametikoht apply for ­ kandideerima letter of application ­ avaldus covering letter ­ avaldus curriculum vitae ­ elulookirjeldus application form ­ avalduse blanket short list/candidates/applicants ­ taotlejad interview ­ intervjuu hire ­ palkama recruitment agency/search firm ­ värbamisfirma retailing ­ jaemüük retailers ­ jaemüüjad shops/...

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Monopoly

Monopoly Market Power In pure competition sellers are "price takers." ­ No seller (or buyer) has the ability to influence the market price. In most markets, at least one or more of the conditions required for pure competition are violated. This gives sellers or buyers the ability to influence the market price and allocation of resources Pure competition results in an optimal allocation or resources given the objective of an economic system to allocate resources to their highest valued uses or to allocate relative scarce resource to maximize the satisfaction of (unlimited) wants in a cultural context. Pure competition is the ideal that is be benchmark to evaluate the performance markets. The economic theory of · monopolistic competitive markets, · oligopoly and · monopoly

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Staffing - Xculture

Staffing The most effective way of staffing for Daffodils Games & Publishing would probably be the combination of locals and expatriates. As the company is small and with a limited budget the chosen method must be both economical and effective. Since the entry mode chosen was exporting, the best way to maintain the low budget would be to mainly hire locals together with few expatriates. As the market of entering is a foreign country (Nigeria) there would be needed to hire locals of the new country in the sales, marketing and legal departments. The locals should be hired as sales representatives and agents as they know the culture, methods to approach the possible customers and the needs of the market of the new country. Their tasks would be the direct selling (i.e. door-to-door selling, attending fairs and trade shows) and also

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Shopping in London

and drink, health and beauty items, packaged gifts, stationery, housewares, home appliances, furniture, and much more. Throughout its history, the store has had a total of five owners. Click to edit Master text styles Second level Third level Fourth level Fifth level Portobello Market in West London is one of the most famous street markets in the world. It is a popular destination for Londoners and tourists alike. Portobello street Portobello Market is best known for its second-hand clothes market and antiques. It's located in Notting Hill. Petticoat Lane Market Petticoat Lane Market is a fashion and clothing market located on Wentworth Street and Middlesex Street in East London.

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Inglise keele KT 2 semester

24. in a cost-effective manner- tulutooval viisil 25. cash flow- kassakäive, rahakäive, rahavoog 26. profitability requirements- kasulikkuse nõuded 27. outset- algus 28. at the outset- algul, alguses 29. sound- mõistlik, usaldatav 30. marketing- turustus, turustamine, turundus, turukeskne juhtimine 31. approach- lähenemisviis, käsitlusviis, meetod 32. a sound marketing approach- mõistlik lähenemine turundusele 33. market penetration- turu hõlvamine 34. to revamp- uut ilmet andma; uut, parandatud kuju andma 2 35. consumption- tarbimine 36. a tin- plekk-karp, plekktoos, konservikarp 37. tinned soup- purgisupp 38. a purchase- ost, ostetud kaup 39. a winter purchase- talvekaup 40. product attribute- toote omadus 41. the product attributes of celery- selleri toote omadused 42. market development- turu laiendamine 43. extension- laiendus, avardus 44

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Monopolistic competition

Monopolistic Competition Market Power Firms in monopolistic competition or imperfectly competitive markets are more likely to have limited market power because there are many firms with differentiated products (there are substitutes) and there is relative ease of entry and exit into the market Market Power among Sellers · Monopolistic competition - a market with a large number of sellers and relatively free entry; each firm "differentiates" its product. · Oligopoly - a market characterized by significant barriers to entry and "a few "sellers who recognize their interdependence in the market; products may be homogeneous or differentiated. Monopolistic Competition · Large number of sellers · relative ease of exit / entry · products are differentiated

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Majandustehing

? ? ? ? OMAKAPITAL / OWNER'S EQUITY Intressikulu / interest expense D (-) K (+) ? 16 000 1 400 ? Lektor Eve Lamberg Finantsarvestus Present Value of a Bond market period interest rate PV PV n i of 1 single sum of single sum arvuta nüüdisväärtus, kui turuintressimäär on 8% (ka võlakirja intressimäär on 8%). If market Bond 8% interest rate interest i = 8% payments

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Pure Competition

6. Information flow Pure Competition · Involves very large numbers of sellers and buyers. · Firms producing identical or homogeneous products. · Standardized product (a product identical to that of other producers). (ex. corn or cucumbers). · Free Entry and Exit: no significant legal, technological, financial, or other obstacles prohibiting new firms from selling their output in any competitive market No control over the price: "Price Takers" ( the firms have no market power) . ­ The individual firm has very little to no impact on the market. · Demand is perfectly elastic. · Maximizes productive and allocative efficiency. · Perfect competition includes complete information. ex. Agriculture Pure competition markets do not actually exist. · Note: Pure competition does not actually exist in our society, and the agriculture industry

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MP CANNED FOOD LIMITED BUSINESS PLAN 2018

Executive summary 1.1 Business summary: My business idea is simple: MP CANNED FOOD LIMITED is importing canned food (meat products and ready meals) from Estonia to the United Kingdom. Unique products like "Wild Boar In Its Own Juice", "Elk In Its Own Juice" and "Venison In Its Own Juice" are hard to find in the United Kingdom. We are selling Rannarootsi and Frank Pott brands and sell them online, http://www.mpwildgame.co.uk Future plans are to start trading also in Leicester Market in November/December as a Market Stall, supplying deli shops (including North European and International), wholesalers and supermarkets (including Tesco, ASDA, Morrison's, Sainsbury's). My three big business values: * Quality products * Professional customer service * 100% recyclable products I started as a Sole Trader on 1st of June 2012, because it's simple and straight forward structure for my business. As my business have been growing I registered in

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Companys export readiness assessment

· General grade 26-50% of the maximum - the poor to satisfactory completion of export · General grade 51-75% of max - fair to good export readiness · General grade 76-100% of max - good to excellent export readiness Conclusions The company has good knowledge about export business from previous experiences on Swedish and Finish markets. The financial situation depends on company's own resources. Production output is depending on active sales work which is currently modest in the Norwegian market. There is also need for expansion of machinery park in order to be able to offer combined packing solutions in bigger volumes. The importance of transport is directly related to the geographical and political position of the company. There is a time and planning issue when shipping goods to Norway because of geographical localization of Estonia as well as compliance with customs laws since Norway is not a member of The European Union. However, the company is familiar with

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Inglise keele majandussõnastik

Manufacturing ­ ...............................................tootmine 274. Margin ­ ...........................................................kogukasum 275. Marginal cost ­ .................................................piirkulu 276. Marginal product ­ ...........................................piirprodukt 277. Marginal revenue ­ ...........................................piirtulu 278. Marginal utility ­ ..............................................piirkasulikkus 279. Market ­ ............................................................turg 280. Market demand ­ ..............................................turunõudlus 281. Market developement ­ ....................................turu laiendamine 282. Market economy ­ ............................................turumajandus 283. Market failure ­ ................................................turu pankrott 284. Market follower ­ .............................................turuliidrile järgneja 285

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Advertising campaign

2. Price promotions- to lower the price and advertise it, to make a product more popular 3. Premium brands- goods that are with good quality and expensive 4. Special offer- when sht's on sale or offered with a better price 5. Core brand- the main product 6. Marketing plan- an arrangement how to do business 7. Consumer product- something that is made especially for the customers 8. Brand loyalty- when someone uses mostly the same trade-mark 9. Brand awareness- when you know what the market holds 10. Market share- stocks 11. Advertise- to publish something 12. Associate- if you connect one thing with another in your mind 13. Consume- when you use sth up 14. Market- the people who buy things and the place to buy things from 15. Produce- to make and launch into market 16. Profit- if you make more money of something than you paid for it 17. Promote- when you work to make something more popular 18. Rival- a competitor 19. Value- worth 20. Genuinely- truly 21. Fickle- changable 22

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The importance of college

Nowadays many students decide to continue to higher education which means going to university after high school, in order to improve their prospects in further life. It is my considered opinion that higher education is necessary for a number of reasons. To begin with, people who lack educational degrees are more likely to be limited to basic jobs in service and manufacturing industries since today's job market is competitive and employers may not be interested in hiring candidates who do not have a degree. While employees with higher education have a better opportunity to get jobs with a lot of benefits and greater salaries. What is more, a lot of university courses include practical parts and work experience. Having a previous job experience in the field they have chosen, before they actually enter to the job market, is a huge advantage. Moreover, the more connections students collect during their

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Turundusplaani koostamine

dishes include pesto with smoked salmon, pancetta and peas linguini in an special sauce, and fresh mussels and clams in a marinara sauce. Toscana also serves distinct salads, desserts, and beverages. Toscana Gourmet will reinvent the Italian food experience for individuals, families, and take out customers with discretionary income by selling high quality, innovative products at a reasonable price, designing tasteful, convenient locations, and providing excellent customer service. The basic market need is to offer individuals, families, and take out customers' fresh, creative, attractive, pasta and risotto dishes, salads and desserts. Toscana uses homemade pasta, fresh vegetables, and premium meats and cheeses. Toscana Gourmet possesses good information about the market and knows a great deal about the needs of our most loyal customers. Toscana's management is both focused on repeat business as well as gaining new customers, who can then become part of Toscana's loyal customer family.

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Tokyo

The city is the center of the largest metropolitan area in the world. · The symbol of the metropolis is made up of three arcs resembling a ginkgo leaf to represent the letter T for Tokyo. · The crest shows the Sun with six rays, representing Tokyo as the center of Japan. · Ginkgos are large trees, normally reaching a height of 20­35 m , with some specimens in China being over 50 m. · Tsukiji Fish Market is the biggest wholesalefish and seafood market in the world and also one of the largest wholesale food markets of any kind. The market is located inTsukiji in central Tokyo, and was a major attraction for foreign visitors. · Akihabara is a district in the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo, Japan. Nowadays, Akihabara is considered by many to be an otaku cultural center and a shopping district for computer goods, video games, anime, and manga. · Tokyo Imperial Palace is the main residence of the Emperor of Japan

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Coca-cola - tootepresentatsioon

COCACOLA TOPICS CocaCola? The recipe Market share Being the best Conclusion COCACOLA ­ WHAT IS IT? Carbonated soft drink Originally intended as a patent medicine Sold in more than 200 countries Produced by The Coca Cola Company of Atlanta, Georgia Invented by John Pemberton Asa Griggs Candler RECIPE It contains sugar or high fructose corn syrup caramel color Caffeine phosphoric acid coca extract kola nut extract lime extract vanilla and glycerin. MARKET SHARE All over the world ­ over 40% MARKET SHARE IN USA WHY IS IT SO SUCCESFULL? It's addicting Familiar to everyone The CocaCola Company also sells concentrate for soda fountains to major restaurants and food service distributors. WHICH COUNTRY LOVES COCA COLA THE MOST? INDIA! CONCLUSION Invented in 1886 People in India love Vanilla and Caramel CocaCola the most It is the most popul...

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The Real Estate Developer´s Handbook

· Set up a "waterproof" business. · Create a business atmosphere and stick to it. Business plan · What are the basic elements of a thorough business plan? · Name at least 7 out of 15 Business plan · Cover Sheet · Table of Contents · Executive Summary ­ to hand out to potential investors · Description of the company ­ mission statement, goals, philosophy · Produces and Services ­ in depth description · Marketing Plan ­ target market, techniques, demographics · Competition · Pricing · Operational Plan ­ daily operations´explaination · Management and Organization ­ description · Personal Financial Statement ­ owners and stakeholders · Startup Expenses and Capitalization ­ Where from and how much? · Financial Plan ­ 12 month profit/loss projection · Projected Cash Flow · Appendices ­ supporting documents Ideas · Let your ideas flow ·

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Arco Vara esitlus ( PRESENTATION )

brokerage company, was founded. 2001 - Arco Kapitalijuhtimise Ltd. was founded 2006 - Expansion and opening of offices in Bulgaria and Romania 2008 - Arco Ehitus in Estonia gets attributed by the ISO certificates. Structure of Arco Vara Services Brokerage Arco Real Estate started purchasing, selling and leasing real estate in 1992 in Tallinn. In all countries, full real estate service package is being offered starting from: 1. market analysis and real estate valuation 2. price analysis 3. legal consultation, up to sales or finding best usage for your real estate. Valuation and Market Research Arco Real Estate offers valuation services since 1994. Arco Real Estate's valuators prepare market reviews about Estonian, Latvian and Bulgarian real estate markets on a regular basis. Agreements with all bigger Estonian credit institutions, which means

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Firma esitlus

Juhiabi III 2010 Overview Values Services Market Corporate structure Products Our mission Main competitors About ... Designs products and sales access and security systems. Offers solutions for large and sophisticated systems, as well as for smaller and simpler ones; History of company OÜ ...started its activities in the field of manufacturing and installing of access and security systems in the year 1994. By now ... has developed into a company that is able to offer most different solutions for access and security

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It is said that advertising is legalized lying

market. But are they lying? I don't think so. There are exaggerations, over-statements, or misleading information which advertisers can get away with. The art of the sale is not in lying, but it is manipulating with the truth to make it sound like you actually need a product you don't. A lot of the statements that advertisers make are not literally true, but even not they are expecting that every person is believeing everything that is advertised. In the modern competitive market, there are so many products from so many companies which do not differ very much, therefore advertising companies have to be creative to present the advertised product in a good way.

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Monopoly paper / DeBeers monopol

famous and how they have remained so rare is down to a company named DeBeers. This paper is about DeBeers, the most powerful diamond company in the world. Monopoly main characteristics were that firm is single seller of the product without any close substitutes. Nowadays DeBeers have many substitutes and that is the reason why they are not a pure monopoly, but they are definitely nearly one. This is because the firm still has the bulk of world sales and controls 45% of world diamonds market. This paper examines these monopoly characterises, also how and why DeBeers diamonds monopoly still exists and what benefits they give the world. Also how the firm handled the problems which resulted from new government regulations to make the diamond industry more competitive. De Beers Diamonds is a Swizz-based company which was founded in 1888 by Cecil Rhodes, a British Business man. The company was financially supported by an Alfred Beit, who was a

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Food economics

Tartu 2016 About the author Henning Otte Hansen Senior Advisor in the Institute of Food and Resource Economics. Denmark. Specific, many charts, explanations. E. Roosaar 4/10/19 2 Introduction Food is a physical need. Consumed to provide nutritional support for the body. The right to food is a human right. E. Roosaar 4/10/19 3 Research question What makes the food market unique? What are the specific conditions for food economics? E. Roosaar 4/10/19 4 Uniqueness of food markets Natural conditions. Food sector's special conditions (distinctive conditions). Several special conditons are becoming less distinctive. One special condition can affect the other. Supply and demand. E. Roosaar 4/10/19 5 Special conditions

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GIIDINDUS

Old Market square (Vanaturg) is the former market square in Tallinn old town. Five streets meet here: Vene, Viru, Suur Karja and Kuninga streets, and Vana Turu Kael sidestreet. The market location perfectly suited for trade: five trade routes started there. The square is connected to Town Hall Square by a short sidestreet. Town Hall Square Was used as marketing place, for festivities as well as for executions. In summer it is filled with outdoors cafes In winter it becames a magical christmas market The L-shaped sigh There has been a town hall in Tallinn since at least 1322. Town Hall Built in 13th century

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Valio AS

VALIO AS Merlin­Hans Hiiekivi VALIO EESTI TUTVUSTUS  Valio, establised in 1992, is in one of the biggest local dairy industries of  Estonia, and distributes mainly fresh dairy milk and cheese made in  south Estonia. Valio Eesti factories are located in Tartu county and  Laeva village in Võru county. Valio Eesti complements its product range  every year, producing a total of over 150 different dairy and cheese  products.  Valio Eesti dairy can be found in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Russia,  Finland, Sweden, Italy and the United States. Valio Eesti market is  represented in the key dairy categories: milks, shells, yogurt, curds,  soured milk, desserts, cheeses, oils and greases. fresh dairy segments.  Valio Eesti products do not contain synthetic food colors, food additives  used in the products are steadily reduced in number and 80% of our  product portfolio is a preservative, and thi...

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Rahvusvaheline äritegevus Eksam

overseas. • However, globalization has created just as many challenges as opportunities for brands that venture overseas. Because consumers have so many more options for similar products, companies must ensure that their products are high in quality and affordability. Additionally, these products cannot be marketed identically across the globe. International marketing takes more into consideration than just language – it involves culture, market saturation, and customer behaviors. American and European companies especially have turned their international marketing efforts into something more than just exporting – they have adapted their branding to account for differences in consumers, demographics, and world markets. • Companies who have done this very well include Coca-Cola, who discovered that the word ‘Diet’ carries a negative connotation in Latin America and changed the

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Müük ja marketing- turgude analüüs

TALLINNA TEHNIKAKÕRGKOOL UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES MÜÜK JA MARKETING- TURGUDE ANALÜÜS REFERAAT Õppeaines: ETTEVÕTLUSE ALUSED Mehaanikateaduskond Õpperühm: Juhendaja: Tallinn 2008 SISUKORD SISUKORD...............................................................................................................................................2 SISSEJUHATUS.......................................................................................................................................3 1.TURUNDUS.......................................................................................................................................... 4 1.1.Turunduse sisu ................................................................................................................................4 1.2.Turunduse põhimõisted............................................................................

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Description of the working place

Tallinna Teeninduskool MK13-TE2 Description of the working place I have already been working in Lasnamäe Prisma for one year. Lasnamäe Prisma is located at Mustakivi tee 17 in Tallinn. Prisma Peremarket is a shop for the whole family. You can find everything there, from food and cosmetics to technology and clothing and much more. Prisma is one of the fastest growing retail chains by market share in Estonia. The Company expands year on year, and today Prisma Peremarket has 8 hypermarkets, one small store Prisma Express in Tallinna reisisadam and Restaurant World in Sikupilli Shopping Centre. Prisma Peremarket provides work for more than 1,100 people. Prisma Family Market in Estonia is the only major retail chain who has not paid dividends on its activities outside Estonia, the previous years' profits invested in the development of their activities. Nordic

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Mikro ja makroökonoomika terminid

Kahaneva tulu seadus Law of diminishing returns Закон убывающего дохода Nihe mastaabiskaalal Shifts in the scale of production Смещение на шкале масштаба производства Eesti keeles English На русском Turg. Nõudlus ja pakkumine. Market. Demand and supply. Рынок.Спрос и предложение. Эластичность. Täieliku konkurentsi turg Perfekt competition market Рынок совершенной конкуренции Nõudlus Demand Спрос Pakkumine Supply Предложение

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The cost of production

different inputs to be used. Production is an activity where resources are altered or changed and there is an increase in the ability of these resources to satisfy wants. · Before goods can be distributed or sold, they must be produced. · Within the market model, production and costs of production are reflected in the supply function Production, more specifically, · the technology used in the production of a good (or service) · the prices of the inputs determine the cost of production. Production processes increase the ability of inputs (or resources) to satisfy wants by: · a change in physical characteristics · a change in location · a change in time · a change in ownership

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Life in Estonia through the eyes of an economics student

Life in Estonia through the eyes of an economics student With a population of 1 313 271 people, Estonia is one of the least populous member states of the European Union. However, according to the IMF, it is a developed country with an advanced and high-income economy. Estonia follows market economy system which ensures the little government intervention and the determination of prices of goods and services in a free price system. Therefore, economic decisions are guided solely by the aggregate interactions of a country's citizens and businesses. In addition to mentioned afore, Estonia tends to perform favourably in measurements of civil liberties, education, and press freedom. Living in Estonia has many of its good sides, for instance it is a secure place from nature

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"Marketing"

Tartu 2009 Marketing Basics for the Small Business Marketing is the wide range of activities involved in making sure that you're continuing to meet the needs of your customers and getting value in return. Marketing is usually focused on one product or service. Thus, a marketing plan for one product might be very different than that for another product. Marketing activities include "inbound marketing," such as market research to find out, for example, what groups of potential customers exist, what their needs are, which of those needs you can meet, how you should meet them, etc. Inbound marketing also includes analyzing the competition, positioning your new product or service (finding your market niche), and pricing your products and services. "Outbound marketing" includes promoting a product through continued advertising, promotions, public relations and sales.

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Report: The Free Rider Problem

However, it is possible that some people on the street will refuse to pay, anticipating that the service will be undertaken in any event. Despite the fact they may be prepared to contribute $100, they will claim that they are not prepared to pay, and instead hope that others in the street will pay for the system anyway, and they receive the benefit for no personal expense. The result is that it is possible no system will be installed, an example of market failure. This is despite the fact that allocative efficiency would be improved. Solution One common solution to the problem is to gather the 25 participants and make them behave like one customer, so the decision is reduced from 25 independent decisions to one. A vote can be taken, but if the answer is yes, everyone will be forced to pay for their individual support. This is why public services such as military defense and police service are provided by governments.

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Rahvusvaheline majandus. Mõisted eesti ja vene keeles

­ 36. Defaulti lahendamise viisid 41. ­ a. Intressi tõstmine 42. ­ b. Koondkulude vähendamine 43. c. Valuuta devalveerimine 37. Rahvusvaheline finantsturg, international financial market ­majandusagentide, 44. residentide ja mitteresidentide koostoime keskkond, kus toimuvad erineval moel , finantside kaasamise ja pakkumine tehingud 45. ( 38. Krediiditurg, dept market ­ laenude turg, kus müüakse vabu krediidiressursse nende 46. tagastamise ja intresside maksmise tingimustel. , 39

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TRADERUN ANSWERS

TRADERUN ANSWERS 1. Have the ENP and EaP been successful in terms of their original goals? Which has been the theoretical logic to cause it? Bring examples! The main idea of the ENP is to offer our neighbours a privileged relationship, building upon a mutual commitment to common values (democracy and human rights, rule of law, good governance, market economy principles and sustainable development). The ENP goes beyond existing relationships to offer political association and deeper economic integration, increased mobility and more people-to- people contacts. The level of ambition of the relationship depends on the extent to which these values are shared. Some examples which steps ENP has made in the field of human rights and which are

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