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Introduce your Network Shop Introduce your team members Introduce your member job function Final Presentation minutes
Present all of products Reasons to choose each product Potential profits of the products Original strategy of products Final Presentation minutes
Tina forever –WebsiteWebsite
Tina Forever –Website Back OfficeWebsite
Tina Forever Customer List
Network Shop Total Orders
Royal Customer List
Best products on Top Sale
Best Viewed Products Most Popular Products
Product sales revenue analysis Gross profit: total amount Net profit Statistic report from back-operation office (products net price can be presented here as comparison) Final Presentation minutes
Assess best-sold products Why? Assess unpopular products Why? No product click-view or still no purchase after view Final Presentation minutes
Research products strategy Enlighten promotion Final Presentation minutes
END Reflection Q & A Final Presentation
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Which of the Four Ps of Marketing are Active in Biz-Café What is being sold? What is being bought? Ted Mitchell.
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