Transcript: Annual Report Assignment vs. -Very organized and spaced out well. The Body Shop -Set up in a booklet format Does not include alot of graphic organizers Focuses on values not profit and market share Body Shop vs. Victoria's Secret Does not have a mission statement Does not include company details like employee morale, work environment etc. They are against animal testing. "Our products are not tested on animals, never have been and never will be." Victoria's Secret -Very bright and colourful Introduction Information regarding the founder About the Body Shop Alot of other text explaining their values Victoria's Secret is an American retailer of women's wear, lingerie and beauty products -Uses symbol The Body Shop Includes a table of contents Introduction Comparative bar graph of sales growth Founder information Consolidated statement of cash flow Balance sheets Furture sales predictions and why Sections Included: -Uses a black, pink and white colour scheme It's brand PINK sells age-appropriate sleepwear and beauty products to teens. Other product lines include Angels, Very Sexy, and Body by Victoria. -Includes photos of the logo, stores, products, company managers, founders etc. The Body Shop The Body Shop does well since it has acquired a strong reputation as a naturally-oriented brand with expertise in retail and deeply-rooted values. L'OREAL made a $652 MILLION OFFER FOR THE BODY SHOP Victoria's Secret Sections Included: Victoria's Secret Thankyou! -Uses appropriate number of photos vs. amount of text As a part of Limited Brands: Net income increased 79.6% to $805 million. Revenue increased 11.4% to $9.61 billion. Victoria's Secret has 62% of Net Sales and 67% of Operating Income as a part of the companies of LTD. The Body Shop! -Filled with pictures of their models. Victoria's Secret The Body Shop had a revenue of $419 million and retail sales in excess of $700 million in the year ending February 2005. Thankyou! Visually: It's publicly-traded with Limited Brands with sales of over $5 billion and an operating income of $1 billion (as of 2006.) Has 2,400 stores in 61 countries, and is the second largest cosmetic franchise in the world. The Body Shop through out Thankyou Visual: -Coloured text boxes to compliment text -Text is in creative fonts and colours. Provide women with beauty products! Victoria's Secret The Body Shop is the original natural and ethical beauty brand.
Transcript: Green Bay Packers players become Southwest Airline workers. Room for Growth: Annual Report Who they are: of the Green Bay Packers Sponsorship: Unique to Sponsorship 2013 Revenue is earned by: Sponsorship amount included in local revenue totals (128.2 Million) 43 Current Sponsors Increase in National Revenue from new Nike Sponsorship Deal with NFL 7,000 new seats will translate to additional $2,000,000 in sponsorship in 2013-2014 season Career Path More Super Bowl Wins Add more seats to the stadium Raise Ticket Prices Fix Mistakes/Sell more playoff tickets Develop land near stadium for future sponsorship deals Potential Naming Rights Deal Community Outreach Department Selling "stock" to Shareholders ($63 Million @ $250/stock to date) National Sharing ($179.9 Million in 2013) Local Revenue ($128.2 Million: merch sales, tickets, sponsorship, advertising, local TV deals, etc.) Gate Receipts: ($56 million in 2013) NFL Team in the NFC North Division Forbes #12th Most Valuable NFL Team @ $1,183 M Second Highest Payroll in NFL (Behind Detroit Lions) Waiting list for Season Tickets over 100,000 people long Only publically owned Franchise in the League By: Ann Kliethermes $308 Mill Total Revenue in 2012-2013 $54.3 Mil in Profit
Transcript: How can technical communication strategies help in business world? -Vrajesh Patel To Know how business takes advantage of communication skills, lets take an example: Annual Report Annual report is a comprehensive report of company's activity throughout the year. Who is the audience??? Track company's performance in order to make appropriate decisions Who else???? Company itself Which technical communication elements are used to prepare annual report? As we know our main audience is investor... It has to be visually appealing Attractive report attracts Investors It should be easy to understand... It should have each and every single detail... What else is missing??? ETHICS!!! NO misrepresentation!!! Works Cited 1.upi.com. upi.com. 24 Aug 2011. 28 Mar 2012 <http://www.upi.com/Business_News/2011/08/24/Attractive-annual-report-increases-profit/UPI-96631314164805/>. 2.Securities and Exchange Commision. SEC. n.d. 28 March 2012 <http://www.sec.gov/litigation/litreleases/lr15384.txt>. 3.Johnson-Sheehan, Richard. Technical Communication Strategies for Today. Boston: Longman, 2011. Print. 4."Starbucks Investor Relations." 2012. Starbucks. 28 March 2012 <http://investor.starbucks.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=99518&p=irol-irhome>. Any Questions Thank you for your attention! Investors What is an Annual Report? #2 #1 Required by IRS To make decisions #3
Transcript: Critical Cultivation Putting Nashville Students on the Path to College... A Strong Start for Strong Schools History Dickson Mia Howard Facilities Fund Driven by our belief that high-quality schools are the birthright of every child, & by the understanding that such schools are only possible with skillful & mission-driven school leaders, TCSI prepares talented and enterprising leaders to create the high-performing, achievement gap-closing schools all Tennessee children deserve. Nashville Prep and Liberty Collegiate Transformational Leadership Institute Lagra Newman Supporters District-Charter Collaborative Harvesting Success Charlie Friedman Tennessee Charter School Incubator Taking Root Branching Out What We Believe Todd Fertile Ground Core Purpose Leadership Development Workshops
Transcript: Peritoneal Dialysis Unit KKUH 2012 the degree to which health services for individuals and populations increase the likelihood of desired health outcomes and are consistent with current professional knowledge” (Lohr, 1990). As hyperkalemia and hypokalemia, both are associated with significant risk of arrhythmias, it is recommended to maintain serum potassium levels within the recommended Range of 3.5 – 5.1 mmol/L Serum K Target Range (3.5 – 5.1 mmol/L) Below Target Range 8 patients ( 14.28 %) Within Target Range 44 patients ( 78.57 %) Above Target Range 4 patients ( 6.66 %) Cause Commonly due to non compliance with dietary restrictions Managed by oral Calcium resonium Re education about diet by PD staff and clinical nutritionist. Bone mineral metabolism: KDIGO Guidelines for Bone mineral metabolism 2007 In patients with CKD stage 3-5D, we suggest lowering elevated phosphorus levels toward the normal range (1.13-1.78 mmol/L) We suggest maintaining serum corrected calcium in the normal range (2.20-2.37 mmol/L) The serum calcium-phosphorus product (Ca X Ph Product) should be maintained at (< 4 mmol/L or <55 mg2/dL2 ) We suggest using a dialysate calcium concentration between 1.25 and 1.50 mmol/l (2.5 and 3.0 mEq/l) Serum corrected Ca Target Range Below Target Range 7 patients (12.5 %) Within Target Range 46 patients ( 82.1%) Above Target Range 3 patients (5.35 %) Inorganic Ph Target Range Below Target Range 1 patients ( 1.78 %) Within Target Range 35 patients ( 62.5 %) Above Target Range - 20 patients ( 35.7 %) Ca X Ph Product (Target < 4 mmol/L) Within Target Range 37 patients ( 66.1 %) Above Target Range - 19 patients ( 33.9 %) All patients were using low calcium peritoneal dialysis fluid with 1.25 mmol/L of calcium. Most cases of patients presenting with lower than target calcium levels, the cause was found to be inadequate oral replacement (low dose or non compliance). All patients were given advice regarding correct dosage, interactions and timing of calcium supplements. Guidelines for PTH, as per KDIGO Recommendations In patients with CKD stage 5 D, we suggest maintaining iPTH levels in the range of approximately two to nine times the upper normal limit for the assay (14- 62 pmol/L) Used as an indicator of nutritional status in dialysis patients Significantly greater prevalence of cardiovascular complications and higher mortality Patients using PD are at a greater risk of hypo-albuminemia, as albumin is lost in the dialysis fluid. Serum Albumin Target Range (> 30 gm/L) Within Target Range 33 patients ( 58.93 %) Below Target Range 23 patients ( 41.07 %) Patients with hypoalbuminemia were counseled about improving protein intake by the clinical nutritionist as well as peritoneal dialysis staff. In some cases the patients needed nutritional supplements. ANEMIA KDOQI Clinical Practice Guideline Target hemoglobin (Hb) levels In the opinion of the Work Group, in dialysis and nondialysis patients with CKD receiving ESA therapy, the selected Hb target should generally be in the range of 11.0 to 12.0 g/dL. Hypo response to ESA and iron therapy: the patient with anemia and CKD should undergo evaluation for specific causes of hypo response whenever the Hb level is inappropriately low for the ESA dose administered. 22 (39.28 %) - hemoglobin levels within the target range, 22 (39.28 %)- levels below the target range, 12 (21.43 %) - levels above the upper limit of 12 g/dL. the cause dietary iron deficiency or problems with administration of erythropoietin injections incorrect dosage storage and administration technique non compliance to treatment). In many cases, the levels of hemoglobin improved with iron supplements (oral and IV) and continuous patient education. All patients with persistent low hemoglobin levels despite adequate iron stores (manifest by serum iron levels and transferrin saturation TSAT) and optimal erythropoietin replacement were evaluated for specific causes of hypo-responsesiveness. Evaluation included screening for gastro intestinal bleeding, hemoglobinopathies, malignancy, other inflammatory conditions and resistance to erythropoietin. For patients with higher than recommended Hb levels, the dose of ESA was reduced or discontinued for a few weeks, to bring Hb levels within target range. Adequacy guidelines Both the KDOQI 2006 and Canadian 2011 guidelines, suggest a minimum clearance target of 1.7, for Kt/V, no fixed value for total creatinine clearance. However, previous guidelines recommended achieving a minimum CCr of 45 L/wk/1.73 m2 conclusion A considerable percentage of our patients had elevated PTH levels, can be attributed to Chronic Kidney Disease Bone Mineral Disorders (CKD-BMD), encompasses clinical biochemical and bone alterations including secondary hyperparathyroidism, Patients with significantly elevated PTH levels were treated with oral Vitamin D (1alpha-hydroxyvitamin D3) and calcimimetic (cinacalcet), with close follow up. Peter G. Blake, Joanne M. Bargman, K. Scott Brimble,
Transcript: Mission Statement Vice President Zacc Sweet Marketing Manager Logistics Manager Increase Market Share Increase Overall Sales Utilize Employees More Efficiently Keep Prices Low S & Z Farm Supply President Andrew Cupp Goals Sales Manager Comparative Analysis Common Size Analysis Goal #1 Purchased Truck Success! The Future Annual Income Statement Last Quarter Cash Flow 90 Day Credit Policy Provide high quality fertilizer and feed to farming and commercial operations at a fair price through the optimal purchase and resale of wholesale products. Borrowed money Organizational Chart Change Analysis Last Quarter Balance Sheet Goal #2 Goal #3 Goal #4 Strategies
Transcript: Annual Report Business Plan For our project, Prestige Worldwide sold black power balance bracelets with an orange imprint reading “warriors”. We sell them in the school cafeteria and room A117. Prestige Worldwide was founded in August 29, 2011 and is the premiere distributor of Warrior Power Band bracelets to the Washington High School community. Prestige Worldwide is a partnership. Our principal offices are located at 501 N. Sycamore Sioux Falls SD, 57110. Prestige Worldwide has all the necessary permits to operate, and has an up-to-date record of inspections. These permits include; approval of Mr. Kennedy of Washington High School and Mrs. Sorenson of the Academy of Finance. Prestige Worldwide is selling Washington Warrior themed Power Balance bracelets. These bracelets use holographic technology to affect the wearer's natural energy field. Prestige Worldwide has purchased these bracelets from Imprint and customized them. The bracelets will be black with an orange imprinting reading "Warriors" on each side which makes our product unique and gives us an advantage in the marketplace of Washington High School. Prestige Worldwide is in the market of athletic accessories; its customers are the students, athletes, and faculty of Washington High school. Everybody does an equal share of the work whether it is sales, advertising or overseeing the business plan. Co-Owner- Alec Treiber Co-Owner- Ally Olson Co-Owner- Taylor Stekl Co-Owner- Zac Lerew All of us work together as a team and are hard workers on making a profit and getting our product sold. Prestige Worldwide used the school announcements, word-of-mouth, and they collaborated with others on the shock advertising in an effort to promote their product and spread the word. Our product development process was simple. We sat down as a team decided what we wanted to sell, found a supplier that could give us what we wanted, and then we ordered our product. Out operations mainly consist of selling, creating advertisements and recording our financial information in our business plan. The process by which we do this is simply dividing everything up evenly Some of our risks are investing too much into Prestige Worldwide. Others include competition, because our name is small, and also the fact that we have competition within the silicone bracelet idea. We are seeking a profit of $800.00 in order to make a profit on our semester business project. Our total amount is $476.88 for the Power Balance Bracelets. Each bracelet is estimated to cost about $4.77 with a total amount of 100 bracelets. Each group member is investing $119.22 into Prestige Worldwide. Financial Outcome Each group member is investing $119.22 into Prestige Worldwide. Giving the company a grand total of $476.88 in total investment in prestige worldwide. Prestige Worldwide incurred a total of $476.88 of expenses. They have covered all but $64 of those expenses, as of December 9th, 2011. Supporting Documents Individual Statements “This project has been very beneficial to me in that it has expanded my idea of how business works in the real world.” -----Taylor Stekl “The business-client project has been extremely informative; it has really opened my eyes to the challenges small business owners face.” – Ally Olson “The project has helped me open my eyes towards small business and how they face all the challenges within the economy.” --- Zac Lerew “The business project experience has really given me a view of the process of starting a small business and the challenges a business faces during startup. I’ve gained a large sum knowledge through the experience and I’m glad I was given the opportunity to experience all of this.” --- Alec Treiber The Duties and responsibilities of Prestige worldwide were evenly distributed amongst the four co-owners. Management Organization Product Development Process Company Description Marketing Strategy Risks and Problems Summary of Project Profits The Market Operations/Manufacturing Process of Prestige Worldwide Final Invoice Start Up Capital Announcement Show your WARRIOR SPIRIT!! Purchase Warrior Power Balance Bracelets for only $8.00. They will be on sale in the commons before and after school and during 4th period on Tuesday, October 4th, Wednesday, October 5th, Thursday, October 6th, and Friday, October 7th (only before school). Thanks for helping to support your WHS Academy of Finance. Executive Team Profiles Expenses Alec Treiber - Co-owner of Prestige Worldwide Taylor Stekl - Co-owner of Prestige Worldwide Ally Olson - Co-owner of Prestige Worldwide Zac Lerew - Co-owner of Prestige Worldwide Prestige Worldwide has made no profit as of yet. Marketing Documents Income The Product Financial Information Job Completion Prestige worldwide has made no income as of yet.
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