Transcript: Whether planned or not, all companies have a culture. Company Culture Matters Ideas 1. Homemade Day - Everyone bakes a treat 2. Wine Wednesday - Complimentary wine with snacks 3. Trivia Night - Appetizers 4. Games Tournament - Pizzas & salads 5. Movie Night - Pizzas & salads A Presentation by the Make My Day Team Three tiers of different activities everyone in the office can participate in Monthly meetings every 1st Friday of the month Organizing events on a monthly basis Open to all ideas $500 - $2,000 1. Paint Nite - Price dependent on participants 2. In-office Lunch - Can order from local restaurant 3. Boating in Boston - Hourly rate for kayaking/canoeing 4. Oscar Night - Trophies for special awards - Food provided 5. Volunteer Work - Habitat for Humanity $2,000 or more Tier 1 1. Holiday Party - Restaurant dinner 2. Bowling at Kings - Group rate including bowling for 2 hours & food package 3. Dave & Buster's - Can do group or individual rates 4. Improv Comedy Show - Group rates available for < 40 people including private show and bar 5. Movie Theatre Rental - Bulk tickets at discounted rate with minimum order of 100 Tier 3 Upkeep $0 - $500 Tier 2 So why not create a culture we LOVE?
Transcript: Online VBS Why, how, and what... Why do Online VBS? Why Online? Online Vacation Bible School, is better than nothing; especially at this time when we can't be together in real life. Right now could be a time when people are really nervous, so it is a great opportunity to introduce the good news to them! Online VBS We would make the site fun and user-friendly. Organization & Activities I think we should split the kids into two groups: the older kids, and the younger kids. They could each do different things, adjusted to their age group, like normal. Organization & Activities Older Kids Older Kids Activities The older kids would have a video lesson, and maybe delve deeper into the actual Bible. Then, they could have a little "assignment," like set up a obstacle course in their yard to be like the things we would've done at live VBS. Subtopic 1 Subtopic 1 Subtopic 1 Younger Kids Younger Kids Activities The younger kids could also have a video lesson, similar to the younger kid's Sunday School video lessons. We could, again, give them an "assignment," maybe build a tinfoil boat, like the one Paul rode on, and float in in the sink. Subtopic 1 Subtopic 1 Subtopic 1 Subtopic 1 Topic 3 Topic 3 Subtopic 1 Subtopic 1 Topic 4 Topic 4 Subtopic 1 Subtopic 1 Topic 5 Topic 5 Subtopic 1 Subtopic 1
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Transcript: DELMOCK TECHNOLOGIES INC. Company Research. Company Research Overview (Detailed in manual)* 7. Copy everything under this section, and paste the information into your company main research document. If you can’t find this information, type Not Found in your company main research document. 6. Look for the description of the company. 12. On the company website, look for the company’s organization chart. Click on the ABOUT US, WHO WE ARE, ORGANIZATION, or LEADERSHIP section. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. 21. On the company website, look for the contract vehicles that the company uses. Click on the CONTRACT VEHICLES or CONTRACTS section. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. 11. Copy everything under this section, and paste the information into your company main research document. If you can’t find this information, type Not Found in your company main research document. 30. On the company website, look for the companies that the company partners with. Click on the WHO WE SERVE, CLIENTS, TEAMS, TEAMING, TEAM WITH US or CONTRACTS section. Sometimes this list is in the ABOUT US section or in the company’s brochure/flyer. Then try to find out what the requirements to partner with the company are and the company patterning contact information. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. 22. Copy everything under this section, and paste the information into your company main research document. If the information is not listed, type Not Found in your company main research document. GovWin IQ 2. On the company website, look for the head of the company. Click on the ABOUT US, WHO WE ARE, or LEADERSHIP section. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. Company Background 33. This screen should appear. Near the top right of the screen, you should see a box that reads CSV. Click it 20. Paste it into your company main research document. If the information is not listed, type Not Found in your company main research document. 17. Also, check Sam.gov. Go to https://www.sam.gov/portal/public/SAM/#1. Click on Search Record 18. Type the name of the company in the Quick Search Bar. Click Search. 34. Save the excel spreadsheet as “(Insert Company Name) FPDS.Gov Contracts”. If you find contracts on FPDS.Gov, type See Flash Drive in your company main research document. If no contracts are on FPDS.Gov for your company, type Not Found in your company main research document. 3. It is usually a director, CEO, or president. Click on the director, CEO, or president’s profile. 13. Powertek Corporation does not have their organization chart on their website. If you find the organization chart, screenshot, or copy the most recent one, and paste it into your company main research document. Organization & Location 14. If the organization chart is in a PDF file, you can save the organization chart to a flash drive under the title “(Insert Company Name) Organization Chart”. If you save the company organization chart to a flash drive, type SEE FLASH DRIVE in your company main research document. If the organization chart is not listed, type N/A in your company main research document. If the information is not listed, type Not Found in your company main research document. 8. On the company website, look for the company’s mission statement and vision statement. Click on the ABOUT US or WHO WE ARE section. It will usually be near or under the description of the company. The website may also have a search bar for you to us. 24. On the company website, look for the government agencies that they have contracts with. Click on the WHO WE SERVE, CLIENTS, or CONTRACTS section. Sometimes this list is in the ABOUT US section or in the company’s brochure. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. Copy everything under this section, and paste the information into your company main research document.. 26. Look at the Top 10: Department Full Name Box. This will tell you the agencies that the company has contracts with. 39. Copy all the information under each link, and paste it into your company main research document. If the company does not have a profile on Sam.Gov, type Not Found on your company main research document 16. On the company website look for the company’s set-aside. Click on the ABOUT US or WHO WE ARE section. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. It will usually be near the description of the company or in the company brochure. 10. On the company website, look for the company’s core competencies/capabilities. Click on the ABOUT US, WHO WE ARE, SERVICES, or SOLUTIONS section. Sometimes you can find the core competencies/ capabilities in the company’s brochure/flyer. The website may also have a search bar for you to use. 31. If the information is not listed, type Not Found in your company main research document. 5. On the company website, look for the company’s background. Click on the ABOUT US or WHO WE ARE section. The website may also have a search bar
Transcript: Company Overview Contact Information Branch Locations Company Description Location 1 Sample Project Location 2 Add names Key Executives Explain what goes on at this branch location. Name: Profile: Location: Number of Employees: Add an image and a description of a project your company has worked on. This is a great place for a snapshot of what your company does, what areas it works in, when it was founded, who your target customers are, etc. Website: E-mail: Telephone: Postal address: Add locations to the circle frames below. Add more frames for more branches. Company Details Tell everyone what's special about your second branch location.
Transcript: Never break the ending applause... until it's all over. Then get off stage. A person that has had the same name for over 50 years will hear a comment from a stranger that instantly "popped" into their head AND the stranger believes that that person has NEVER heard it before, because they were "being original". Michael Jordan Rule Collect the money BEFORE doing the show! When asking a mark to do something, have the audience give them a round of applause FIRST. This is THE corner stone for the next level of improv. As Actors your job is to let the audience score on you. "Is this your new dame? What happened to the girl from Vegas?!" The Teacher Arrives To Class First Rule Power Rangers Rule Signs of Success James Wood Honorary Rule Little Orphan Annie Saying certain "key words/phrases" = you can likely count on people to respond in a predictable manner. If people hear others consistently applauding, they assume everyone around them loves the show. Applause is Infectious Rule http://prezi.com/ugjvhiky42xb/present/?auth_key=i4g3mui&follow=uqvfk_gvldjh&kw=present-ugjvhiky42xb&rc=ref-82879637 Worry about the plot and game first. Being funny should always be second. FUN COMPANY RULES! 3 Minute Rule It's funny how being funny isn't always a good thing Rule Pizza Delivery Guy Rule If they come into your world, as opposed to you infringing on theirs, they will listen to you the rest of the way. Which show is your favorite; one of the nine perfect shows or the 10th show where you got to drum a little bit? It’s barely a question. Of course, it’s the 10th! You were on stage, you were a rock star… for just a moment. Never escalate Blue-Collar Content This is a game and people who feel like they can't win will tune it out. Help them believe they can win! The Aerosmith Rule During final sentencing, audience members leaned into the table. You received a few hugs and hearty handshakes. At least 20%, but no more than 30%, of the room got who the true killer was. When you walk past a table, customers reach for you or call you over to help them solve the case. After the show, customers tell you a story about themselves. Keep it Rolling to the End Rule You won the opportunity to tell all your friends you scored on Michael Jordan. The most perfect show you can imagine is not as amazing as a show that you interact with. Shh... What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas. Tell everyone they only have 3 minutes so they hurry to get things done. Will you win the game? No of course not! He’s MICHAEL JORDAN! However, You will score. He will let you take it up the court, because that is what you won. Perfection is Trumped by Interaction Monopoly Rule
Transcript: Service line Introduction & context Events managing agency Thank you! September 2013 : company settled in London 2 french event planners 2. Company description Creation Conclusion Launch price Location of the office space We need investors for a big event : Life sized game "Koh Lanta" On April, 3rd 2015 Broadcast live in BBC Isle of Man, UK 52 companies --> 1000 participants The best event of the UK 3. Marketing & sales management 2. Market analysis Competitors Alizée BASTIDE Hélène COLAS Group 1 IGR - IAE Rennes Communication strategy 2. Market analysis Fun Filled Company 1. Company description 3. Marketing & Sales management Consumers
Transcript: Market analysis - penetration rate ... sales management Conclusion Fun Filled Company - Murder party for 55 persons - Life-sized Cluedo - Only 2 weeks to organize it ! - Place = Hyde Park - Flyers - TV advertising - Basics events: weddings, birthdays, seminaries, and retirements - Customized Events: * The game of cops and robbers * Challenges and outdoor team games in the Isle of Man - satisfy everybody - pay attention costs Contents IUT GEA BREST Sales management Marketing & Sales management - Costs depend on number of participants, kind of customers & on the duration Competitors - Discount of 15% for the first order Strenghts - Canvass companies - 2 event planners with management degree - Fun Filled company = Private limited company - Settled in London in September 2011 - Goals : improve work environment & make individuals enjoyed - We are seeking investors because we need more funds Executive summary 1-Company description 2-Market analysis 3-Organization & Management 4-Marketing & Sales management 5- Balance sheet Conclusion Weaknesses Our first challenge : Business Plan * Evenings police investigations (Murder Party) * Olympics games, * Challenges culinary * Quiz parties & challenges with buzzer English Consumers Who does what ? Alizée -Most of them are companies (80%) - Others are individuals (20%) - Our launch prices are lower than the market prices Hayette Daoudi & Alizée Bastide - Secretary - Event planner - commercial person - Designer We hope to have convinced you ... Contact : funfilled.company.co.uk Executive summary Communication strategy others examples of customized events ... - We manage mostly groups of participants from 50 to 200 persons - Our customers have between 7 years old and 90 years old. - They are located at London and around it. - About 30% commercial margin Extent of involvement with the company - we provided 60.000£ each for the social capital - we work 6 days and 45 hours a week The office space - It is situated in Pall Mall Street - We have bought this office 2.900.000 £ - Reassuring image of the company - Most of British companies are settled in London - London represents 20% of British GDP - 80% of our consumers are companies - Accountant - Event planner ...Customers Strenghts & weaknesses Hayette Launch price - No direct competitors - Indirect competitors - Originality - Life-size games - Strengthening social cohesion Company description Organization & Management - Writer : 700 £ - Bus rent: 600 £ - Meals : 855 £ - Accessories costs : 115 £ = 2.270 £ -price :49£ / person - 19% margin Service line - Website
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