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    The human body is born with over two hundred fifty bones, as the body ages the bones fuse together into over two hundred bones. These bones can vary in structure and all have multiple functions depending on the location and purpose. Long bones may be positioned with other bones as a ball and socket, while flat bones can act as hard plates like the skull which acts as a case for the brain. Our nerves send messages throughout the body to do everyday functions such as walking, talking, and…

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    environment. The must also have to ability to generate ideas and solve problems. Coca-Cola Example - Conceptual Skill Historically, Coca-Cola had a reputation for selling soft drinks with high sugar content. Top management realizes members of the public had been more health conscious lately and had been cutting down on sugar intakes. Subsequently, they decide to introduce Coca-Cola zero, Coca-Cola light and Sprite zero as a healthier alternative…

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    Coca-Cola is the largest soft drink maker in the world. John Pemberton is the founder of the company in the late 19th century. In 1919, a group of investors purchased the company and re-corporate and headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Under new management, Coca-Cola has been growing and dominated the soft drink market substantially. Currently, the firm has more than 40 percent of market share of the soft drink market, and it presents more than 160 countries in the world. With ongoing…

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    Introduction Coca-cola company is a massive, multinational enterprise that started their activity since 1889. They are aimed at delivering and producing products that will increase their popularity and recognition. They imply new up-to-date technologies and therefore create different products that make them well-known all over the world. The carbonated drink ‘cola’ has been dominated globally in the marketplace of the twentieth century. The main concept that distinguishes their success is the…

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    addicted with the amount of caffeine and sugar it had and it also made my sleep really bad because I was only able to sleep between four to five hours at night. Since I took PED class, I decreased drinking monster from every weekend at least one or zero in a month. Last week I weighted myself and lost six…

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    Coca-Cola was invented in Atlanta, Georgia in 1886 by Pharmacist John Pemberton. He created a flavored syrup, and took it to a nearby pharmacy where it was mixed with carbonated water. Everyone who tasted it considered it excellent! He had created a distinctive tasting soft drink that could be sold at soda fountains. In his first year of business, he sold an average of nine Coca-Cola’s each day. Today that number has increased to about 2 billion a day. Coca-Cola is recognized as the world’s most…

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    2.1 Micro and macro environmental of COCA-COLA Micro business environment is the internal environment of the organization and the main environment in which management functions. The micro environment affects the organization straight. Its most closely connected to the business .micro environment mainly reflects by strengths, weakness opportunities, threats (SWOT). The SWOT analysis of Coca-Cola Our coca cola company’s strength  Our company is the one of the most famous and largest company…

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    Purpose of the business The organisation chosen is The Coca-Cola Company whose initial purpose during its time of establishment was to produce Coca-Cola syrup in order to sell it in fountain drinks. However over the time it was elevated to selling soft drinks to the general consumers as well as provide other products like juices, mineral water and other healthy beverages. Some of the products that it is associated with are Coke, Sprite, Fanta, Minute Maid and Kinley (Afzal, 2010). Mission,…

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    well as physically. Coca Cola uses physical attraction, sex, happiness, nurture and refreshments manipulate its audience that purchasing this product will bring some kind of achievement which is presented in the advertisement and that is what makes the ad effective as well as the company successfully. The Coca Cola company is known for it’s product Coca-Cola which was invented in 1886. The product was created by Pharmacist John Pemberton in Columbus, Georgia. Coca Cola’s formula…

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    Coca Cola

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    Coco-cola was first made in 1886, by pharmacist, Dr. John S. Pemberton; who wanted to create a distinctive soft drink. His bookkeeper, Frank M. Robinson named the drink, and designed the trade marked script seen on aluminum cans, and glass bottles every day. Though he died in 1888, he already sold portions of his business to various businesses. That’s just the start of it, in 1899 Benjamin Thomas, Joseph Whitehead and John Luptonm, established the coco-cola bottling system. Coke has grown in the…

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