When there is a cooler temperature, the lemonade is in less demand therefore in order to cover me costs and make money, I would need to charge less. Variable Table Variable | Code | Measurement Scale | Weather | 100-85=A, 84-70=B, 69-55=C, 54-30=D | Scale = Degrees15 Degree Increments | Cost of Supplies | X=Cost of Goods for the day | Scale= $ | Marketing and Sales Strategy Marketing and sales is all based on my product quality. I perfected my recipe and after that, I provided a sales strategy of good lemonade at an affordable cost. My marketing strategy is word of mouth marketing from my customers to increase my Lemonade Stand popularity. Track Revenue, Cost, and Profit Tracking revenue per day is by taking the amount of sales and subtracting the cost of supplies each day.
Pepsi Co. keeps improving its products and make it more healthier and suitable for the customers. It has decreased the usage of sugar, fat and other unhealthy ingredients to make the products. These food items make not be the healthiest food out there, but it does satisfy the customer’s need with easy and is very convenient. The shareholders are also satisfied. Out of the total revenue, $10 billion comes from the healthy food section.
There exists a management problem because when Kathy is sick or on vacation, no one can order replacement inventory or deal with major business issues. While there are many areas, just within California that would make great sites for future stores, it becomes more and more difficult for Kathy to visit each store and maintain inventory and ordering. While KFF is planning to open the Carlsbad location and close down the Del Mar store, they are also considering San Francisco as the next “out-of-the-area” expansion, which will make it difficult for Kathy to use her current management
Walgreens is known as a pharmacy, yet the pharmacy counter is usually located in the farthest corner with no signs or design showing customers how to get there. This layout goes against their advertising of being convenient, since majority of its customers are only there for a quick trip to the pharmacy. Also, Walgreens stores are highly filled with unneeded merchandise. They come off to customers as overcrowded and with the portrayal of merchandise stacked all the way to the
Company Q was not being socially responsible when they closed two grocery stores that were located in the same general area of the city, they did not show a commitment to their employees and the community? When they closed their doors, that meant jobs were lost in the community, this instinctively brings anger towards the food chain. Company Q should have seriously considered what these closures could do to their reputation. Through the years, Company Q was not being socially responsible when they didn’t listen to the customers about stocking healthier foods and organic products. Company Q eventually listened and brought in a limited selection of products, but the customers found them to be to expensive to purchase.
Companies are forced to create safer products for the public to use, and also learn to make better with fewer resources. Corporations must invent new ways to cut down on their waste and work with less to create more. Corporations work diligently to cut down their use of water and electricity and other essential needs. They have educated the public about the importance of recycling used products and keeping their environment clean. Over consumption has led to many cures and medicines being created, and has made the world a better and safer place then it once was.
The digestion and absorption of the nutrients we consume draw the negative materials from the body. The body’s temperature stays at the same level and its acid-base balance will be healthy. When not enough water is consumed, major health problems may arise, such as: Headaches, forgetfulness, inability to concentrate: Ninety percent of the brain is water. For this reason dehydration’s first symptoms appear in brain function. It isn’t necessary to take medicine for every headache that develops: Drinking water is often the cure.
If we drill here, as I have stated, we spend less money; by spending less money, we can keep more money here from taxes and shipping costs, lowering the prices at the pumps, because the oil companies will not be getting taxed as much, leaving them room to drop the prices. Drilling ANWR is better than it is bad. All of the money we could keep, and make in America would boost our economy in a much needed forward motion. This gives businesses extra money in pocket, leaving them some money to expand themselves and higher more employees, which will lead to even more money! ANWR is not an environmental threat, so I ask, Why not?
Company Q failed to act in a timely manner to stock stores with health conscience and organic foods that were requested by customers for two years. Not only were they not socially responsible by not actively providing the need to the stores in the community, but missed the opportunity to make a profit on high margin foods. Company Q was socially irresponsible when the local food bank asked for day-old products and they denied the donation. Instead, the food was thrown in the trash. B.RECOMMENDATIONS My first recommendation is for Company Q to revisit the opening of the two stores that were closed due to money loss.
With this limited amount of advertising, Kathy is not driving enough customers into her stores because people may not be aware that her company is in business. Problem Statement Currently, Kudler Fine Foods doesn’t have a sufficient advertising strategy, which is resulting in less customer count