i need urgent help.. I have a group project due in 6 hrs. we have to prepare a Market intelligence report as part of a marketing plan. We have selected China as the country to launch a video game. all instructions are in the word doc. The part that is due is highlighted in RED . One of my partners has started the MIR report which is also in the bottom of this word doc. SO I DONT HAVE TO FINISH EVERYTHING... I only have to complete the Technology segment. Can someone help?
Running head: CAPSTONE PROJECT 1 OBJECTIVE:
The Capstone Project will be done in teams. Use the Capstone Project Wiki to sign up for your teams. Each team member is expected to conduct themselves in a professional and respectful manner; and on a weekly basis, submit work that meets the standards of the Program and University. INSTRUCTIONS:
Working as part of a team, students will complete a Market Entry Strategy Project. Each team will: Select a country as a possible new market for a new video game system, the MBox by MESSim Corporation. Research and analyze that country Recommend whether the market should be developed, or not, by MESSim Corporation. This project has four distinct parts. Teams will work one section at a time in the sequence and according to the schedule outlined below. Draft Versions of each Part will be submitted to the Professor as a ?Checkin?; the professor will not mark the CheckIns but will provide feedback. Teams can therefore improve the Draft before submitting the Final Version of the Report at the end of the course for marking.
The Final Market Entry Strategy Report shall: Include and Executive Summary, introduction and conclusion, as well as results of the four project components (outlined below). Be a maximum of 25 pages, doublespaced, 12 pt font. Be formatted to be consistent with APA style format. Before we proceed with the description of the work for the Project, it is necessary to discuss how each team, and the work for the Project, will be managed:
It is critical that all each team makes meaningful progress towards completing the Capstone Project on weekly basis. Therefore, each team member is expected to conduct themselves in a professional and respectful manner; and, on a weekly basis, submit work that meets the standards of the Program and University. Each team will be managed according to the Learning Team Agreement (LTA). Each team member will be required to agree to and abide by, the LTA. LTA must be submitted for approval by Instructor by 11:00 Atlantic Time on Sunday of Unit 1. This work will be managed by each Team but the Project Deliverables (refer to the LTA) must be approved by the professor; and the actual work done each week will be reviewed by the Running head: CAPSTONE PROJECT 2 professor. Students can assign the work in whatever manner the Team Members believe is most
appropriate for them; for example, students can divide each section according to the issues listed below or they can share the work collectively. Each team will write a brief work plan as outlined in the Project Deliverables section of the LTA and submit it to the Professor for approval by the end of the third day of the course. Each team will also submit a brief weekly report to the professor, based on the Project Deliverables, which will indicate what work was done and by whom. This approach gives the professor the ability to assess not only the team?s progress but also the contribution of each team member. Weekly reports will be submitted to the professor at the end of each week. Team members must advise Instructor of any issues relating to peers as soon as they occur so that they can be handled in a proactive and respectful manner. Again, each team member is expected to conduct themselves in a professional and respectful manner; and on a weekly basis,
submit work that meets the standards of the Program and University. The Capstone Project has four distinct parts which are material to the development of your team?s Recommendation. When formatting the Project, it must be remembered that written submissions are
professionally presented, including an Executive Summary and Conclusion. Each Part should be done in the order described above as Parts 2, 3, and 4 build on previous work. Draft Versions of each Part will be submitted to the Professor as a ?Checkin;? the professor will not mark the Check
Ins but will provide feedback. Teams can therefore improve the Draft before submitting the Final Version of the Report at the end of the course for marking. Each part should be 34 pages in length. 1. Market Intelligence Report ? The Checkin for this section is 11:00 Atlantic Time on Sunday of Unit 2 (35 pages).The MIR requires teams to gather current, or the most recently available, data on the market?s people, economy, government, and technological status from online sources. 2. Business Environment Analysis Report ? The Checkin for this section is 11:00 Atlantic Time on Sunday of Unit 3 (78 pages).
In The BEAR, students will analyze the business environment in the market. Students should remember that this is about developing a market in the selected country, not going there to have fun as a tourist. Therefore, your work should not include data which is not directly relevant to the goal of deciding whether the market should be developed or not. Data that would be relevant could include, but may not necessarily be limited to, the following items: Running head: CAPSTONE PROJECT 3 o Political and regulatory stability ? Students will need to describe and discuss the political and regulatory system with reference to their stability and receptivity to international business, including foreign investment. o Legal system ? Students will need to describe and discuss the kind of legal system that exists there. The following questions are typically important in such a discussion Is the legal system transparent and independent? Is it fair and objective? Does it protect intellectual property, foreign investments, etc. o Business customs and practice ? Students will need to describe and discuss the business customs and practices that exist there. The following questions are typically important in such a discussion What role do ethics, corruption and respect of law play? How are environmental concerns and human rights issues addressed? o Religion and culture ? Students will need to describe and discuss the cultures that play a significant role in the country, specifically how these cultures might impact international business. o Economic analysis of key indicators ? o Demographics o GNP/GDP o Major sectors and industries o Currency, interest and inflation rates o International Trade patterns o Labour Force 3. Report on Opportunities for Market Entry (ROME) ? The Checkin for this section is 11:00 Atlantic Time on Sunday of Unit 4 (67 pages).
The ROME builds on The BEAR and asks students to assess the import and export prospects for MESSim regarding the target market. The critical issue here is whether MESSim can effectively conduct international trade activities with the target market as a new base of operations? Therefore, the ROME builds on the BEAR and requires a significant amount of analysis to develop recommendations. 4. Market Entry Strategy Assignment (MESA) The Checkin for this section is 11:00 Atlantic Time on Sunday of Unit 5.
Running head: CAPSTONE PROJECT 4 Teams will be required to develop a market entry strategy for the MBox and MESSim in the selected market. This could include, but may not necessarily be limited to, the following items: Transportation and telecommunications infrastructure Methods of distribution within the country Points of sale issues The MESA builds on the ROME and BEAR and requires a significant amount of analysis to develop recommendations. PROJECT DEADLINES:
1. Learning Team Agreement submission ? 11:00PM Atlantic Time Sunday of Unit 1. 2. Market Intelligence Report 11:00PM Atlantic Time on Sunday of Unit 2. 3. Business Environment Analysis Report 11:00PM Atlantic Time on Sunday of Unit 3. 4. Report on Opportunities for Market Entry 11:00PM Atlantic Time on Sunday of Unit 4. 5. Market Entry Strategy Report 11:00PM Atlantic Time on Sunday of Unit 5. 6. Final Report Submission (inclusive of all sections) ? 11:00PM Atlantic Time Sunday of Unit 6. SUBMISSION:
1. Submit all pieces of your assignment through the Capstone Project link in Week 6. EVALUATION:
The following rubric indicates those areas you should be focusing on in preparing your assignment, and how the instructor will weigh these components relative to one another. Score Definition 90 Exceeds expectations for all base requirements. Shows exceptional 100 pts depth of understanding of the question and draws extensively on highly relevant courserelated materials to support the argument. Demonstrates extensive level of critical thought through research and
8089 Meets base requirements, plus shows exceptional depth of pts
understanding of the issues involved; has gathered through outside research exceptionally relevant supporting evidence; and draws extensively on highly relevant courserelated materials to support the Running head: CAPSTONE PROJECT
7079 Meets base requirements, plus shows good depth of understanding pts
of the issues involved; has gathered through outside research relevant supporting evidence; and draws on relevant courserelated materials to support the argument.
6069 Meets base requirements, namely: shows reasonable understanding pts
of the issues involved, has gathered through outside research some relevant material; and has referred to course related materials in the answer.
50 ? 59 Falls short on many base requirements. Shows a minimal pts
understanding of the issues involved; and has referred to some course materials in the answer.
1 ? 49 Falls short on most or all base requirements. Shows minimal or no pts
appreciable awareness of the issues involved; and has minimal or no
reference to course related materials.
0 No submission at all or incidence of academic misconduct. 5 Running head: CAPSTONE PROJECT 6 Capstone Project - China
December 24, 2016
BUSI 2043 ? International Business Environment
Instructor: Eman Nasr CAPSTONE PROJECT 7 Executive Summary Introduction MIR Report People and Economy Government
The People's Republic of China (PRC), is a communist state run by a single political
party, the Communist Party of China. The president is Xi Jinping and the Premier is Li Keqiang.
PRC President Xi Jinping and Vice President Li Yuanchao, elected by the National
People?s Congress, preside over the PRC government in two consecutive terms.
According to the State Council, the People?s Republic (n.d) websites, citizens of the
People?s Republic of China who have the right to vote and reached age of 45 are eligible for
election as President or Vice-President of the People?s Republic of China. Government of the People's Republic of China is divided among several bodies (The US-China
Business Council, n.d.): Legislative branch - National People's Congress (NPC). Executive branch - State Council Judicial branch - Supreme People's Court and the Supreme People's Procuratorate CAPSTONE PROJECT 8 Military branch - People's Liberation Army (PLA) via the Central Military Commission National People's Congress (NPC) and Chinese People's Political Consultative Committee
(CPPCC) - China?s two main bodies responsible for legislation are the NPC and the CPPCC.
The NPC, China's parliament, ratifies laws and holds oversight and appointment authority for the
State Council and courts. The NPC largely functions as a rubber stamp for party decisions,
though it is increasing both in size and stature. The Chinese People's Political Consultative
Committee (CPPCC) is a parliamentary advisory body headed. Legislative Organs - China has two main bodies responsible for legislation - the NPC
and the CPPCC. The NPC is China's legislature and is authorized to discuss and ratify all
PRC laws and to confirm PRC government leaders. In practice, however, the NPC has
only recently begun to take a more independent role and move away from its reputation
as a "rubber stamp" body. It meets in full once pear year, with the smaller Standing
Committee meeting bimonthly (The US-China Business Council, n.d.). The CPPCC is a
parliamentary body that advises and represents non-CCP interests, often serving as a
forum for discussion of public issues. It, however, does not have any formal decisionmaking authority. The CPPCC meets annually in its full session in March alongside the
NPC session (The US-China Business Council, n.d.). State Council - The State Council, with its ministries, bureaus, commissions, and agencies,
serves as the administrator and regulator of China's day-to-day government functions and is
headed by Premier Li Keqiang.
The State Council has the following responsibilities (The US-China Business Council, n.d.): Promulgate administrative regulations and rules in accordance with the
Constitution; CAPSTONE PROJECT Introduce motions to the NPC and its standing committee; Oversee and guide the work of ministries and other state matters excluded from 9 ministries' jurisdictions; Divide work among the central and local governments and oversee national
administration; Prepare and execute the state economic/social development plan and state budget; Manage economic development in urban and rural areas; Lead and administer ethnic affairs; ensure equality and regional autonomy of
ethnic nationalities; Manage national diplomatic matters; sign treaties and agreements with foreign
countries and institutions; Change or revoke conflicting rulings mapped out by local/ministerial authorities; Announce martial law in designated areas in periods of emergency; Examine, nominate, and/or remove government officials; and Handle other responsibilities as empowered by NPC or its standing committee Supreme People's Court and the Supreme People's Procuratorate - The Supreme People?s
Court is the highest trial organ in the country and exercises its right of trial independently. It is
also the highest supervising organ over the trial practices of local people?s courts and special
people?s courts at various levels. It reports its work to the National People?s Congress and its
Standing Committee. The right of appointment and removal of the president and vice presidents
as well as members of the trial committee of the Supreme People?s Court lies with the National
People?s Congress (State Council, the People?s Republic (n.d). CAPSTONE PROJECT
Central Military Commission - China's military, the People's Liberation Army (PLA), is also
directly under Communist Party of China oversight. The PLA is overseen by China's Central
Military Commission, chaired by President Xi Jinping.
The Chinese court system includes several types of judicial organs, including people's courts,
procuratorate courts, specialized military, maritime, and railway courts. Of these, the two most
important are the people's courts (headed by the Supreme People's Court), which handle civil,
criminal, and administrative cases as well as appeals, and the procuratorial courts (headed by the
Supreme People's Procuratorate), which supervise the application and enforcement of laws (The
US-China Business Council, n.d.). Technology Reference CAPSTONE PROJECT
Lawrence, S., (2013). China?s Political Institutions and Leaders in Charts. Retrieved from
The US-China Business Council (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.uschina.org/overview-prcpolitical-system
The State Council, the People?s Republic of China. State Structure of the People?s Republic of
China. Retrieved from
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