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Business Technology, Finance, Marketing and Management Career Cluster Pre Tech Foundation (CIP: PTF04)

Business Technology, Finance, Marketing and Management Career Cluster Pre Tech Foundation (CIP: PTF04)

This program will help you explore four business programs: Business Careers and Technology, Accounting, Marketing and Business Management. You will become familiar with various software applications such as, Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Decision making, time management, personal finance, career research, and communication skills will be applied. Students will explore different types of business ownerships including sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations and franchises. Business related projects such as effective speaking, written research projects, and field trips are part of this exciting class. Students will be introduced to the basic accounting concepts. The programs listed above will serve as the foundation for further study for business majors at a four or two-year college.
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MASTER OF SCIENCE PROGRAMS MSC IN FINANCE MSC IN MANAGEMENT MSC IN MARKETING BECOME AN EXPERT IN YOUR FIELD

MASTER OF SCIENCE PROGRAMS MSC IN FINANCE MSC IN MANAGEMENT MSC IN MARKETING BECOME AN EXPERT IN YOUR FIELD

Our MSc programs in finance, management and marketing attract some of the best and brightest from Canada and around the world. Some come to find the inter-related subject matter that will help them create their own futures in the private sector by becoming specialists in fields as diverse as human resources and investment management. Others want a fast-track to a PhD program and an academic career. Everyone has their own reasons for choosing an MSc program at JMSB, but all of them are attracted by our dedication to superior business education and practical application of academic research.
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Big data, computational science, economics, finance, marketing, management, and psychology: connections

Big data, computational science, economics, finance, marketing, management, and psychology: connections

The paper provides a review of the literature that connects Big Data, Computational Science, Economics, Finance, Marketing, Management, and Psychology, and discusses some research that is related to the seven disciplines. Academics could develop theoretical models and subsequent econometric and statistical models to estimate the parameters in the associated models, as well as conduct simulation to examine whether the estimators in their theories on estimation and hypothesis testing have good size and high power. Thereafter, academics and practitioners could apply theory to analyse some interesting issues in the seven disciplines and cognate areas.
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Lending Conditions and Marketing Strategies Of Financial Institutions in Kosovo to Support Access to Finance for Women Entrepreneurs

Lending Conditions and Marketing Strategies Of Financial Institutions in Kosovo to Support Access to Finance for Women Entrepreneurs

treatise observed that there still exist several barriers to the full optimization of women’s economic potential. These range from cultural to religious, traditional, and legal discrimination, among others (Imhonopi, et al., 2013). One of these barriers that women entrepreneurs face is access to finance. Still, there is a gap in the literature regarding the effort of financial institutions to support female entrepreneurship by facilitating lending policies in terms of not asking collateral pledged and guarantor to secure a loan as well as offering preferential rates for loans and credit cards. Therefore, in this paper we try to investigate the effort of financial institutions to support female entrepreneurship in a developing economy such as Kosovo scenario. Besides, this paper aims to investigate the marketing strategies that those financial institutions utilize to increase the awareness of the female entrepreneurs concerning their preferential lending conditions.
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THE EFFECT OF SHARE CAPITAL FINANCE ON PROFITABILITY OF PETROLEUM MARKETING FIRMS IN KENYA

THE EFFECT OF SHARE CAPITAL FINANCE ON PROFITABILITY OF PETROLEUM MARKETING FIRMS IN KENYA

The petroleum sector in Kenyan is highly regulated by the government such that, the government sets all prices for most energy products. It is expected that the increased number of petroleum marketing companies over time is as a result of good returns in the sector but there opposite going by happenings in the market. The study’s main objective was to assess the effect share capital finance on profitability of petroleum marketing companies in Kenya. A positivist philosophy was adopted to enable testing of the study hypothesis. The study adopted cross-sectional survey design with criterion sampling being used to arrive at 35 firms’ between 2007-2016. Primary data was collected by use of Questionnaires along with secondary data. Descriptive statistics and Univariate tests (t-test and Pearson correlation) were carried out. The results indicated that share capital has a negative but insignificant effect on profitability at 5% level. This is based on the p- values corresponding to the coefficients equivalent to -0.174, hence the study failed to reject the hypothesis with 95% confidence level as during the period of study, use or lack of use of share capital finance doesn’t affect firm profitability. The study recommended the need to institute appropriate regulatory mechanisms meant to cushion investors by initiating corporate finance practices in the industry.
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THE EFFECT OF COMMERCIAL DEBT FINANCE ON PROFITABILITY OF PETROLEUM MARKETING COMPANIES IN KENYA

THE EFFECT OF COMMERCIAL DEBT FINANCE ON PROFITABILITY OF PETROLEUM MARKETING COMPANIES IN KENYA

This study had a target population that comprised of two levels namely; the institutional level population that was made up of 35 Kenyan petroleum marketing firms that have been consistently operational between 2007 and 2016. The other second level was the finance managers or their respective designees. Finance managers were selected since they are directly responsible in the formulation, adoption and implementation of different financial structures that any firm adopts at a given time besides being responsible for managing finances and other relevant action plans. It is also paramount to appreciate the fact that, the firms under consideration in this study were categorized in the same industry, where by the petroleum marketing firms had also similar reporting patterns, design and the bare minimum disclosures expected of them by the ERC -their regulator.
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A STUDY ON AGRICULTURAL MARKETING AND IT'S FINANCE IN INDIA

A STUDY ON AGRICULTURAL MARKETING AND IT'S FINANCE IN INDIA

Agricultural marketing plays an important role in the process of agricultural development in India. To increase the incentive to the producer, to go for higher production and better return, efficient marketing system is essential. It helps to provide remunerative prices to the consumer by reducing the marketing cost. The present paper will throw light on the importance of agricultural marketing in economic development, basic facilities needed for agricultural marketing, marketing of agricultural products, non-agricultural finance, agricultural finance, source of agricultural credit, functions of NABARD, and classification of agricultural markets.
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Determining marketing accountability: applying economics and finance to marketing

Determining marketing accountability: applying economics and finance to marketing

Determining the return on marketing efforts has been the focus of discussion in the marketing community for many years. Yet, according to surveys conducted by the Association of National Advertisers (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008), relatively few managers are satisfied with their ability to evaluate the return on their marketing activities or even to forecast the revenue impact of cuts in their budgets. Their pessimism is shared by those in the finance function - 60 percent of finance managers surveyed by Financial Executive Magazine voiced skepticism about marketing forecasts (Marshall 2008).
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,000+ Letter from the Director of Athletics. Melissa Bolivar, sophomore International Finance and Marketing 17 victories in her rookie year

,000+ Letter from the Director of Athletics. Melissa Bolivar, sophomore International Finance and Marketing 17 victories in her rookie year

The facility will include a state-of-the-art academic center, new football locker room, modernized and expanded athletic training room, and a Gallery of Champions.. The future success[r]

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Leadership: Jason Roberts, co-founder, and Megan Orth, finance and marketing chief

Leadership: Jason Roberts, co-founder, and Megan Orth, finance and marketing chief

As head of product development at Freightquote, he recognized an untapped market of freight management needs and developed Freightview, the first-to-market software solution for small [r]

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Participatory Budgeting in Poland – Finance and Marketing Selected Issues

Participatory Budgeting in Poland – Finance and Marketing Selected Issues

k) Internet service dedicated to WBO – located on the website of Wrocław. This service is designated to provide information about WBO, and also educate inhabitants about terms and procedures concerning lodging projects or voting for projects. Articles, guides and info-graphics fort the so called content marketing, which focuses on providing receivers (inter alia by means of the Internet) with accurate information and knowledge about a particular subject. Contrary to traditional advertisement this type of marketing

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Finance, Marketing, Management and Strategy Planning. A Qualitative Research Method Analysis of Case Studies in Business Hotels in Patras and in Athens

Finance, Marketing, Management and Strategy Planning. A Qualitative Research Method Analysis of Case Studies in Business Hotels in Patras and in Athens

According to Kotler (1997) Decision-Making is related to Consumer Buying Behavior and more specifically the relation is to all five stages of the whole procedure (problem recognition, information search, evaluation of alternatives, purchase decision, postpurchase behavior and in more detail, also to steps between evaluation of alternatives and a purchase decision (evaluation of alternatives purchase intention which is seen in two ways: attitudes of others and unanticipated situational factors which finally lead to purchase decision. Kotler (1997) in his model behavior analyses five (5) other stages having to do with Marketing: Marketing Stimuli, other Stimuli Buyer’s characteristics, Buyer’s Decision process and finally Buyer’s decisions about product choice, brand choice, dealer choice, purchase timing, purchase amount.
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Leveraging the RA/FM Platform to Deliver Business Insights to Finance & Marketing

Leveraging the RA/FM Platform to Deliver Business Insights to Finance & Marketing

This view was created by combining demographic and financial information so marketing can understand customer patterns and behavior. The marketing offer model goes one step further to calculate the next best offer/action for the individual customer, which can get complicated especially when the customer is using various devices or is billed off a shared data price plans where the usage or minutes of family members are aggregated.

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Business Majors Example Resumes. Accounting. Finance. Marketing. Operations

Business Majors Example Resumes. Accounting. Finance. Marketing. Operations

University of Colorado at Boulder, Leeds School of Business December 20xx B.S. Degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance[r]

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Sales & Marketing Sales & Marketing

Sales & Marketing Sales & Marketing

These detailed reports provide an overview of the current conditions of market trends in labor and wage levels in the following disciplines: Finance, Banking & Insurance, Engineering & Manufacturing, Healthcare & Life Sciences, Human Resources, Procurement & Supply Chain, Retail, Admin & Office Support, Technology and Sales & Marketing.

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Islamic finance: complement or substitute to conventional finance?

Islamic finance: complement or substitute to conventional finance?

However, some authors believe that there is no fundamental difference between the two financial systems and that the religious argument is just a "marketing" argument used to attract Muslim customers. The result is that Islamic finance has the same purpose as conventional finance: the mobilization of financial resources and their allocation to investment projects and that it is not a system based solely on bans and restrictions.

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Finance Committee FINANCE AND CORPORATE SERVICES DIVISION

Finance Committee FINANCE AND CORPORATE SERVICES DIVISION

Andrew Nazareth, General Manager, Finance and Corporate Services, advised that additional programming or service level requests that have been identified by staff or Coun[r]

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Finance versus democracy?: theorizing finance in society

Finance versus democracy?: theorizing finance in society

The many proposals to regulate banking include: increasing the ratio of capital held to loans provided in the Basel regulations; quality of collateral; reducing the impact of individual bank failure on other financial institutions and the wider economy by proce- dures for resolution, such as making banks smaller, so none is ‘too big to fail’; separating retail from investment (casino) banks to reduce risk to the public; and state guarantees for small accounts of individuals (Independent Commission on Banking, 2011; Krugman, 2008; Stiglitz and the UN Commission of Financial Experts, 2010). The regulation of financial markets includes: slowing the volatility of speculation on stock markets by making it illegal to borrow (rather than buy) stocks in order to sell them short; determin- ing which innovations in financial derivatives are allowed; requiring registration of exchanges of financial instruments so as to make them transparent and open to scrutiny; scrutiny by credit rating agencies; regulating new financial products such as mortgages, pensions and credit cards (Blackburn, 2002; Krippner, 2011; Turner, 2009); and reducing international trade imbalances (Wolf, 2009). There are different principles of engage- ment from ‘taxing’ to ‘regulation’, to increasing the resilience of the system by increas- ing its modularity, robustness and incentive structure (Alessandri and Haldane, 2009; Haldane, 2010; Haldane and May, 2011). The more substantial reforms, such as separat- ing retail from casino banking, would reduce the reach and significance of finance.
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Consumer finance / household finance: the definition and scope

Consumer finance / household finance: the definition and scope

originations, Fuster, Plosser, Schnabl, and Vickery (2019) show that FinTech lenders process mortgage applications 20% faster than other lenders, controlling for observable characteristics. FinTech lenders adjust supply more elastically than other lenders in response to exogenous mortgage demand shocks. In areas with more FinTech lending, borrowers refinance more, especially when it is in their interest, with no evidence that FinTech lenders target borrowers with low access to finance. Online peer to peer (P2P) lending has changed the traditional role of financial services and consumers have opportunities to play the role of either lenders or borrowers. Researchers have examined the overall impact of P2P lending, the impact on supply side and the impact on demand side, which are demonstrated by recent studies. Using a regulatory change as an exogenous shock to bank credit supply and American data, Tang (2019) finds that P2P lending is a substitute for bank lending in terms of serving infra-marginal bank borrowers yet complements bank lending with respect to small loans, which suggest that the credit expansion resulting from P2P lending likely occurs only among borrowers who already have access to bank credit. Han,Xiao, andSu (2019) use Chinese data to explore factors affecting consumer use of P2P borrowing and find that financing knowledge and risk attitude are two key factors associated with P2P borrowing. Chen, Jiang, and Liu (2018) use Chinese data to study whether there is gender difference in P2P loan investors evaluating loan performance and find that loans invested by female investors are more likely to default and have lower loan return in the future than loans invested by male investors. However, female investors perform similarly to male investors in abnormal default or abnormal loan return when investors have high levels of education or income or when investors work in finance or information technology industries. Using novel investor-level data, Vallee and Zeng (2019) find that sophisticated investors systematically outperform, and this outperformance shrinks when the platform reduces information provision to investors.
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University of Liverpool Management School Online Programmes. Management HR Marketing Project Management Operations & Supply Chain Management Finance

University of Liverpool Management School Online Programmes. Management HR Marketing Project Management Operations & Supply Chain Management Finance

You’ll be equipped with the knowledge, skills, awareness, and confidence to fill sen- ior roles in private, public and voluntary sector organisations, including smaller or- ganisations and professional partnerships. Both generic and specialist roles (such as managing the marketing function opera- tionally and through further development, strategically) are available. And you will enjoy additional opportunities for consul- tancy, research and teaching in all of these areas. Some potential career paths include: • Marketing manager

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