Essay about Mr Business Man

3538 Words Jun 7th, 2015 15 Pages
Shock the Future, LLC

Course: IME 255 - Engineering Economy

Instructor: Dr. Yildirim

Table of Contents:
Proposed Business 3
Problem Statement 3
Business Concept with Industry Analysis 3
Competitor Analysis 3
Target Market 4
Strategic Positioning 4
Critical Risks 4
Economics of the Business and Operations Plan: 5
Primary Ten Year Plan 5
Details of Alternative Plans 6
Analysis………...…………………………………………………………………………………7
Conclusions…………………………………………………………………………………….…7
Appendix 8
References…………………………….…………………………………………………………11

Proposed Business
Problem Statement The importance of obtaining a college education to work in today’s society cannot be overstated. That is why in recent years high schools have started to
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This concept is not an original idea since there are programs that currently do try to accomplish this task. However, their methods of approach are quite different and ineffective. What the industry or high schools need is a program that is available to students that want to pursue a college education in the near future. This program must offer substantial amounts of high quality tutoring from college students who are knowledgeable on the subject. Also they need to have direct access to current college students that has been through the grind of filling out college applications, applying for scholarships, and picking first semester classes. The transition from high school to college is difficult regardless of what degree or career path one chooses. The concept of selecting college students to basically mentor high school students is ingenious. Who better knows what it takes to succeed in college, and transition into college easily, than a current college student (Kowal, Cindy)? The high school student’s best resource for information on, how to get into and do well in college is to ask a current college student who is taking college courses. It makes sense to invest in our future leader since the benefits are not only financial but also improves the communities involved (Kowal, Cindy). Overall, what the secondary education industry needs is a

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