Strategies of Business - Vanity Fair Corporation
|Paper Topic:||Strategies of Business - Vanity Fair Corporation|
|Preferred language style:||English (U.S.)|
|Number of pages/words:||3 pages/825 words|
|Order Description (brief):||Term Paper: Business strategy of the Vanity Fair Corporation|
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|I am really happy with this paper. It was perfect and contained exactly what my instructions called for. The writer kept pretty good communication and was really helpful when I needed help fast.||I took the basic principals of business strategy and incorporated the instructions of the customer. Providing the details of the Vanity Fair Corporation as requested. The customer was satisfied and did not request a revision.|
Term Paper: Vanity Fair Corporation: The Environment and Strategies of BusinessThe competitive business environment involved comprises three main considerations in the realms of what is legal, ethical, and cultural. Due to the number of smaller companies which comprise portions of Vanity Fair Corporation [VFC], the supervision of companies’ adherence to legal policy is difficult to properly monitor, so they are forced to choose their battles. Primarily VFC’s legal focus centers around intellectual property rights, the political barriers to international trade and expansion, and controversial issues, such as child labor, forced labor, working hours, wages, and benefit offerings.
VFC’s business strategy is first examined in a broad, sweeping view of its wide reach as an international leader in the clothing industry. After this discussion of wide-scale strategic knowledge we will analyze the policies of VFC’s human resource department and then of its Marketing Mix, that is, the corporation’s products offered, pricing, locations, and the “consumerization” of their promotional marketing, and how this mix stands up in comparison to their main global competitors. In the final examination of Vanity Fair Corporation, we will discuss their preferred methodology for the penetration of the foreign market.
- Work on transitions. After the introduction is complete, you do not tell them “The writer would first discuss”. You just jump into your subject matter.
- The introduction should be interesting and informative, but it also should not give away too many small details. (Most of the summarization is completed above, so repeating that information in the Introduction is repetitive.) Often a good starting point is to find one strong detail that is common to the environment AND strategies of business or an interesting quote from an unexpected source that seems to suit the overall spirit of the paper and the company itself- an umbrella quote. The same goes for each main section.
- When you have headers, such as Competition, do not give them subtitles such as “Unique Selling Point”. But you can and should put details about its strength as a selling point in the paragraph beneath the headers. If you use a certain term once, make sure to repeat it throughout the paper. Since you chose the term business “environment” you cannot use a similar term, such as “atmosphere” without confusion. Be particularly aware of this, i.e. use corporation every time that you refer to Vanity Fair and company to refer to her smaller businesses.
- Do not be afraid to write down an outline and then skip around and insert your analyses. You do not have to go in order. Once completed, you do have to read it over from beginning to end and only stop to make small changes or short notes on changes that need to be done. If it sounds choppy, doesn’t make sense to, or bores you, then chances are it produces the same impact upon your reader. Keep that in mind when editing.
- The summary should be a subtle surprise. At this point the audience often has tunnel vision, so it is important that you throw them a curve ball which is relevant to the rest of the paper. If you have personal memories of being a teen in Lee jeans, then chances are someone else does to. This is the perfect place to insert information that is a little less impersonal. HOWEVER, it still must be fact. So use your personal inspiration to find a quote or even song lyrics that fit in with the tone of your paper and VFC in general.