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Kindly follow these instructions. I would also like to request the last writer who did my paper.
1.) Review the Syllabus for this class. This will give you insight into what this Marketing class is all about it. It’s for an MBA program.
2.) Review the Rosewood Hotels Case Document
3.) Review the Case Document Questions. For this assignment you would only be responsible for taking on Question #3 ONLY along with A. B. C. that is with Question #3 for the Rosewood Hotels Case Document. I only need at the maximum 3 slides. It cannot be more than 3 slides. You may do 2 slides but I have ordered the maximum. It’s your call. At this point, decided whether you are suited to take on this assignment. I expect my instructions to be followed and have outstanding results.
4.) After you have determined that you can take this on, review the following documents: Case Analysis Assignments, Case Analysis Approach, Case Grade Sheet and Sample Presentation. All these documents give you an overview as to what is expected for this presentation and specifically what is required and how to answer Question #3. This is critical you review these documents, become familiar with them and implement this into you presentation.
5.) Review, Week 1 Lecture, Week 2 Lecture, Week 2 Lecture Continued, Week 3 Marketing Analysis Toolkit – Breakeven Analysis, Week 3 Marketing Analysis toolkit – Market Size and Market Share Analysis, Week 3 Marketing Analysis Toolkit – Customer Lifetime Value analysis, Week 3 Lecture and Week 3 Lecture Continued. All of these documents will assist you in how to answer Question #3. Please review all this material.
6.) Use the Power Point Template to make your slides. Use that format. You may delete the writing that is in these slides. It’s just to give you an example. Do not add anymore borders or colors. For the quantatitative analysis please include graphs to illustrate your points.
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