Stragic Plan 1

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Strategic Plan, Part I: Conceptualizing a Business
Sheldon Martin
BUS/475
Monday, Oct. 21, 2013
Matthias Mendezona

The business I chose is my own business which is www.swimmingsuitsgalore.com. I plan to open this website to the internet when it is more professional looking. My mission statement is to provide the most beautiful swimwear collection for men and women regardless of age, race, creed, sex, handicap or national origin. I would offer a wide variety swimming suits. I want this business to be from the customer’s perspective and not just all about me. My vision is to have every swimsuit that my customers of present and future have, so they can purchase it. I want my website to be global when I make it big. I want www.swimmingsuitsgalore.com to have the most beautiful swimwear collection for men and women. I will strive to present a unique variety of design swimwear collections, which will provide our clients the opportunity to express their individualism. I want my collection to be cheaper than the department store prices. I want to provide customers a rewarding and entertaining shopping experience it is my overriding objective. I want to make your shopping experience with me more productive and entertaining for the customers. I want to deliver the best quality swimwear collection. I also want swimwear that shows the customer’s character. I want to be able inspire and enable people to achieve excellence in the sport of swimming. I want my business to become in the future the people of the world to buy from website because I show that I care about the customers and what they want so they can be a satisfied customer. I would create a website from the customer’s perspective. To set prices that are fair and affordable. I a plan to put keywords and a map site, so that would help out the customers more to get to their particular…...

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