Analysis Of Battery-Less Hearing Aid

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Register to read the introduction… Our business objectives are mainly to provide another successful device/aid for hard-of-hearing people while cutting the total cost down for them being able to hear and function in our society. We strongly believe that with this new cutting edge technology all of our customers will reap from this device both financially and hearing wise. We foresee that this new device will replace battery operated hearing aids in the near future, just like thousands of other advances in our society has replaced certain things. We know that there are thousands of people who are apt to not like changes, so we will have to convince them and we strongly believe that once we get them to use our device and see how great and cost efficient our device is they will decide what is best for them and that will be the our new technology, the Battery-Less Hearing Aid.


For these next 10 years Battery-Less Hearing Aid will seek to achieve each of these following goals:
· Non-financial Goals 1. To establish itself as a trusted and consumer friendly business. 2. To have at least one business in every city of each state. 3. To have at least 99% of all hard-of hearing people using the battery-less hearing aid device. 4. To update and make changes to our hearing device at least every two years to ensure that we provide the best quality hearing device to our consumers and keep them
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Battery-Less-Hearing Aid presents its organizational chart on the next page. It shows that we are always thinking of new ways to improve our business for us and our consumers. 

Implementation Plan

Introducing Battery-Less-Hearing Aid to new cities in new states is going to be a very complex task and requires use to gain consumer awareness among our target market that was mentioned earlier. The anticipated outcome to enter these cities in new states appears below:

Evaluation and Control

The monthly sales targets in cases have been set for Battery-Less-Hearing Aid for each city in each state. Actual case sales will be compared with these targets and tactical marketing programs modified to reflect the unique set of factors that are in each

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