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    It has come to by attention that you are the sole proprietor of your business. I believe it is in your best interest to switch from this form to a corporation. Currently, as a sole proprietor you are at fault for everything that goes right and wrong within the scope of your business. Also, you are losing out on capital gains by acting a sole proprietor. I hope this letter will be enough to convince you to switch over to a corporate run business. Firstly, you earn and take in all of your revenue, which equates to more profit for you and your company, or so you thought. You are actually paying more in taxes than you would if you had a corporation. (Cheeseman, p.572) Currently, you are being taxed on everything you earn while a corporation is…

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    Both Business letters and emails are commonly accepted ways of written communication in Japanese businesses. Written forms of communication should be to the point and clear to the reader. A concise, although friendly, message is the norm among the majority of written letters or emails. When composing a letter in Japan, it is crucial to include the name of the sender and the business with which that person works with and place the recipient’s information on the opposite side of the paper. The use…

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    A cover letter is an introductory document you send with your résumé when you are applying for a job. It is a significant item for a Canadian applicant because many recruiters read this letter first. It not only supports your résumé, but it is also an opportunity for you to stand out from a variety of other applicants and to convince the recruiter to consider you in the remaining hiring procedures. It tells the hiring manager that you are applying for a position and briefly describes your…

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    diversity. Throughout this research paper, I will be emphasizing the main factors that contribute to the success of a business. Companies today face many difficulties in understanding the concepts of diversity in the workplace. The main purpose of this paper is to deliver accurate information that is suitable to all readers. Introduction Organizational culture consists of shared values and assumptions within an organization. Companies that embrace diversity will have an upper hand over…

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    (Cadwalladr, C. 2013) Nowadays AirBnB provides over 2 million accommodations that range in price, from very affordable to luxury apartments, operating in over 190 countries and working in 34 000 cities, AirBnB now manages to target a full range of clients. The way it works is that essentially the company, or rather the website is the joining point where the letter and tenant "meet", AirBnB then unites the two parties and takes a percentage off them. (Crook, J. and Escher, A. 2015) In Truth,…

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    Management Strategies" (Rocio) In our text, we have studied the foundation of how a business should have a foundational management strategy to avoid issues. Management single handedly must build the team they want If they would like to see their business succeed and they must be causations of who they choose to be a part of their team a. What makes management strategies poor/good strategies answers are thought-out in-group effort and not alone (Besner). To make a great strategy you need…

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    Kendrah Bender "How has the business academy transformed your life?" The way that the business academy has transformed my life, by helping me become the person I am today. It turned me from a shy girls from middle school to a girl. Who knows how to manage her money. I never was a big fan of test. I could never figure how an piece of paper with a score can determine your success. I never understood that at all. But, I learn how to work with my life and just take a test with a clear head. I…

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    that is servant leadership. In history, good management has been defined by managers passing down instruction while employees obey orders without questioning leadership. Over time, experience has proven that this model or style of leadership is not nearly as effective as the servant leadership approach. Synovus knew this truth and focused all their efforts solely on maintaining the servant leadership style among all levels of leadership. Business people from small businesses to the largest…

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    book Spoelstra talks about 17 ground rules that help not just a business, but anyone who is willing to go an extra step in order to succeed. They’re several principles that Spoelstra mentions throughout the book, but in my perspective I’m going to mention what I think are the top five principles. One of the most important principle in my opinion is ground rule number one: If you aren’t willing to take a few risks in marketing, become a bean counter. This rule deals with how a business…

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    Mr. Ed Kelly has an unusual background along with experiences. He received his master's in business administration. Where he went on to work at USAA in their real state department. While he was working he noticed that he was very well off in his personal financial department. Therefore, he thought why not give those to in need. Later on, he had been giving to many foundations for years. That he became a member of their broad and the person who was now asking for the donations. Some of the…

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