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Transcript: Profitability/Earnings On average, a new store brings in $3,018,718.09 Store will not be affected by half the size All items still available Number of consumers will be higher than normal Target Cancels out added expenses Team UKnight Mission Preferred shopping destination of their guests by: Delivering outstanding value Continuous innovation Exceptional guest experience Brand Promise Expect More. Pay Less. Differentiation Strategy Merchandising, marketing, advertising, and branding Bulls-eye logo Competitive Advantage Brand and Style 1700+ stores, 20 departments, various services Fall-out and Summary Top Forces: Current Competitors/Intensity of Rivalry: High in this industry Target holds the #2 spot behind the industry leader Power of Buyers: “Guests” who shop at Target are the buyers Target is constantly giving guests what they want, keeping them coming back for more Advertising gets them in the door, their experience creates their value which keeps them coming back for more Target Offers Quality and Value Focus on offering trendy, value items All Target items will still be available Shipping Organize them in a compact fashion Dispensers Consumer will be in control App Display Inexpensive, can take on small risk Strategic Analysis Sustained Competitive Advantage Strategic Analysis Strategic Recommendations Target’s sustainable competitive advantage is a combination of its two greatest strengths Brand Image Trendy, chic, stylish, affordable “Expect more, pay less” Brand Recognition 96% of Americans recognize the Target bulls-eye logo Are there any points we mentioned that warrant further clarification? Industry and Company Analysis Strategic Analysis Strategic Recommendations,r:24,s:0,i:117&tx=95&ty=42 Target Strategic Case Analysis STRENGHTS Branding/Logo Advertisements Atmosphere/Friendliness WEAKNESSES Economy Lack of global locations Potential pitfalls Relying heavily on technology to Implement our strategy Online website crashes Difficulty using the smart phone app Recommendations Having IT people on the sales floor Placing kiosk throughout the store Strategic Analysis Carla Altieri, Danielle Harrison, Craig Hughes, Sean Sonnenberg, Ben Weinstock The company has enough resources to effectively implement the idea How will they pay for it? Will use appropriate strategy as they have in the past when opening stores Display/Dispensers/App $13,000 OPPORTUNITIES Expanding to Canada High profile fashion designers THREATS Falling behind on trends Lack of stock Online retailers

Animating your e-book in powerPoint

Transcript: Your first slide is the cover of your book. Add title and background colour. Collect your chosen story books from the box. Use as many words to describe what is happening in this picture. Create a template for your e-book pages showing: Home Work Complete your plan showing where you want animations and transitions to occur. What is going well with your e-book? What can be improve? Look at the AFL sheets to see what we have to do to succeed in this project. Creating an electronic book (e-book) using PowerPoint Collect your chosen story books from the box to begin typing your story in PowerPoint. Add your text and images and get ready to add animations and transitions. Engage your target audience but Do not add too many animations and transitions to detract the reader from the story. Complete your success criteria ladder at the back of your sheets. What are the issues you having with your e-book? The first slide is the front cover for your e-book. Write the title and design the front cover. Navigational buttons WALTS Know how to create a template for your e-book. Understand how to import images without the 'white' background. Plenary: Create a template with navigational buttons. Success criteria Apply transitions and animations to images and text to engage your target audience. Press to Talk When adding animation and transition to your e-book these are the two things to bear in mind. navigation and interactive buttons Open a new document in PowerPoint. Starter Activity Next Page Open PowerPoint and add 3 new slides . Previous Page


Transcript: Modeling The Growth Of Target 1902, John Dayton completed the construction of a building in Minneapolis which he rented out to R.S. Goodfellow Company. The company moved its store to Daytons’ building. The storeowner retired one year later so he sold his share to Dayton. In 1903, Dayton changed the name of Goodfellow’s store to Dayton Dry Goods Co. Dayton’s store succeded in Minneapolis and in 1950, he decided to purchase Lipmans Department Store Company which was is Portland, Oregon. Dayton did not put the company together with Dayton Dry Goods Co. Dayton opened his first store named Southdale in Edina, Minnesota. It was the world’s first fully enclosed department store in 1956. In 1962, Dayton Company ventured into its first Target discount store in Roseville, Minnesota. Initially, there were only four Target retail stores, all operating in Minnesota. YEARS LOCATIONS 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 2 4 2 5 3 6 3 7 3 8 4 9 7 10 11 11 12 12 15 13 15 14 15 15 15 16 18 17 25 18 25 19 45 20 54 21 59 Models Conclusion One of the twelve basic functions that represents our scatter plot best is the exponential funtion. Our regression equation is Y=1.08 x 1.2^x. The predicted number of locations in 1990 was 214 stores.The predicted number of locations in 1995 was 532 stores. Our results were pretty close to accurate. In 1990, we guessed there was 214 stores and there was 215. In 1995, It was a little off because we guessed 532 but there was only 432 stores in the U.S. We think the regression will not be useful in future years because it produces results that are too extreme. We predict there will be 11,794 stores in 2012. In 2015, we predict there will be 20,380 stores. In 2020, we predict there will be 50,713 stores. Our predictions become less acurate as time goes on because there is a limit of locations for business reasons and our regression has no limits. From an investor's standpoint, our business is sucessful due to its increase in popularity and store locations. We believe the number of target store locations will increase to an extent then stay constant because having too many target locations would make for bad business. Our only ongoing question would be what is the actual limit of target locations. We are pretty confident with our data and models. If we could, we would invest in target because its increase in popularity in the U.S. would produce successful stock. Works Cited History Data (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr Let 0 represent 1961.

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