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    Roxanne’s idea of moving the company to North Carolina was great and it would mean that Burt’s Bees would have great potential for growth. However she has moved the company too quickly and didn’t plan out the process well enough. There is a crucial need to slow down the process, maintain business in Maine until Burt’s Bees is fully functioning in North Carolina. Roxanne’s gut feelings to return to Maine were partly made out of fear and part instinct. While the location in North Carolina is perfect for Burt’s Bees, Roxanne needs to do more research to develop a new product line and a whole new manufacturing process before fully leaving Maine. She must now return to Maine, re-hire the 44 employees, and resume operations to stay profitable during the relocation.…

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    I think she should move her business back to Maine. I know how “Burt’s Bees” has been successful in their business in their business, so the correct answer of could be already published, and it would be stay there (NC) and expand her into a global company. However, only based on the case information, I would rather back to Maine for several reasons if I were her. Firstly, there is no reason to take that huge risk of changing most their products. It could be a new start from the beginning. Even…

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    Analysis Of Burt's Bees

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    Burt’s Bees is another very environmental company just as the webpage for Burt’s Bees mentions Bees thought them how to run a company that is one of their signatures as a company meaning that they are committed to make the world greener, cleaner and working with natural products making sure that nothing goes to the dump. They have monthly volunteering activities in which they contribute to recycling and making sure that everything gets done the correct way. This company really takes the…

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    “Your skin is beautifully alive. It’s a living, breathing thing—your body’s largest, loveliest organ—and when it’s healthy, it shows,” is the Burt’s Bees skincare philosophy. Burt’s Bees is an organic based skincare company that focuses on nature-derived ingredients. They support the claims of organic care is better for you than chemically derived products. Organic or natural means that the product does not contain synthetic compounds or materials. Many groups, companies, and consumers are also…

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    Clorox Company Case Study

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    The Clorox Company has been making cleaning products for over 100 years. The brand wanted to reach out to the modern mothers and fathers with an on-the-go lifestyle and try and erase the notion that the brand was just bleach and for grandmas. Clorox wanted to emphasize how their products help clean up messes faster allowing the consumer more quality time with their family. Clorox got insight that showed new parents turned to social media to post and laugh about the messes their children had…

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    5 Burt?s Bees: Modeling Social Responsibility Brian Tan California Institute of Advanced Management (CIAM) Author Note This paper is being submitted on May 20, 2016, for James Dorsett?s IB 501 International Business course. MODELING SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 1 Burt?s Bees: Modeling Social Responsibility Helping others has always been seen as a noble pursuit, however, it isn?t necessarily the most…

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    African American Bees

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    The main objective of the laboratory was to identity different species of honeybees based on their physical and genetic attributes. Due to the invasion of African honeybees in North America, hybridization has increased between African and European honeybees. The hypothesis is that the four unknown bees are hybridized with a European mother and an African father. The wing-lengths of European, African, and unknown bees were measured, and the mtDNA of eight different bees were subjected to gel…

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    know a thing about life’’ (Sue Monk Kidd).It means that even by living and going through life, things aren’t always as they seem like living with someone else’s death can be more painful than dying. Authors generally write books to convey messages, teach life lesson or to demonstrate the social problem depending on the era the book is based on. Sue Monk Kidd and Harper Lee are the authors who were able to transmit lessons and messages through their writing effectively. To Kill a Mockingbird by…

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    classes.The presence of prejudice separates groups of people due to the wealth in their possession. In the novel, The Secret Life of Bees, written by Sue Monk Kidd exhibits how characters are sculpted by their racial environment. In this instance prejudice determines the worth of human lives based on the race of the individual. The theme of prejudice reoccurs in both the novel, The Secret Life of Bees, and within the novel, Pride and Prejudice, plays a hand in exemplifying the character…

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    Jerry Spinelli once said, “Don't confine yourself to a select group of friends, often known as a clique. Cliques by definition leaves people out. Lock yourself into one, and you'll never know how many terrific friendships you may be missing.” Today, most people allow themselves to be sorted into friend groups and be labeled by the media. When allowing the media and world around them do this, they can become something they are truly not. Some people don’t let anything but their actions define…

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