Think back to the big box store example presented in Unit 3. One strategy you could employ to convert customers is to get involved in community events through donations or employee participation. You could support local community sporting teams to show you care about what happens in the community or serve on advisory boards and committees.

Why is it important to identify the economic benefit of program implementation and delivery? Identify at least (3) benefits of this approach. How are CBAs and CEAs calculated? What is the process of conducting them, and what are the steps involved? Be sure to outline and describe all nine steps. Provide (3) of examples of companies or organizations that have used CBAs and CEAs to justify health promotion and health promotion and disease prevention measures. What were the results of the analyses? Why were they successful? As a Health Educator, how would you use cost-benefit analysis and cost-effectiveness analysis to justify your own programs? How will such approaches help us sustain our programs during these difficult economic times?
September 18, 2020
Ethics in Professional Nursing Practice
September 18, 2020

Think back to the big box store example presented in Unit 3. One strategy you could employ to convert customers is to get involved in community events through donations or employee participation. You could support local community sporting teams to show you care about what happens in the community or serve on advisory boards and committees.

Think back to the big box store example presented in Unit 3. One strategy you could employ to convert customers is to get involved in community events through donations or employee participation. You could support local community sporting teams to show you care about what happens in the community or serve on advisory boards and committees. In this unit, you will learn about additional strategies for building your business partnerships and involvement in the community.   Customer Needs Assessment   Use the demographics of the area you live in South Carolina and the information in the "Customer Needs Assessment" section of the animation to come up with a potential customer base. Assess the key characteristics and needs of the customer base. Using the information gained in your market and retail trend analysis and your assessment, create a plan to effectively market your products to the customer. Create plans to educate the customer in the product and provide features and benefits in response to customer needs. Create a merchandising strategy to positively affect the customer buying decision. Criteria   Evaluates and develops retail environment to positively impact the consumer buying decision. Analyzes business operations to determine employee need and successfully manage employees. Creates plan to enforce compliance with applicable regulatory, legal, and corporate policies. Evaluates planning concepts to determine and maintain an appropriate product mix and profit margin.

Think back to the big box store example presented in Unit 3. One strategy you could employ to convert customers is to get involved in community events through donations or employee participation. You could support local community sporting teams to show you care about what happens in the community or serve on advisory boards and committees.

In this unit, you will learn about additional strategies for building your business partnerships and involvement in the community.

 

Customer Needs Assessment

 

Use the demographics of the area you live in South Carolina and the information in the “Customer Needs Assessment” section of the animation to come up with a potential customer base. Assess the key characteristics and needs of the customer base.

Using the information gained in your market and retail trend analysis and your assessment, create a plan to effectively market your products to the customer.

Create plans to educate the customer in the product and provide features and benefits in response to customer needs.

Create a merchandising strategy to positively affect the customer buying decision.

Criteria

 

Evaluates and develops retail environment to positively impact the consumer buying decision.

Analyzes business operations to determine employee need and successfully manage employees.

Creates plan to enforce compliance with applicable regulatory, legal, and corporate policies.

Evaluates planning concepts to determine and maintain an appropriate product mix and profit margin.


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