Business Scenario: Decisions in Paradise II
University of Phoenix
Decisions in Paradise II
Reviewing the conversation with Chris and Alex concerning the business at hand of getting a plant up and running, a simple business plan will be stated as follows: The pros and cons of doing business in Kava.
This business plan seems to be the simplest in terms of transferring data to read and easiest based on the limited data available. Some possible problems that would inhibit our growth are the rainy season, which runs from November to April this is prime hurricane season. Bank of America's usual acquiring and building period is 18 months which would place day one in the middle of the of February and still two months of possible hurricanes that could inhibit our building and opening dates.
As Kava is an ancient culture Bank of America needs to enlist the help of local craftsman and construction workers to assist in boosting the economy while building trust for the company. It is suggested that the building take place May through October in order to avoid costly delays due to the rainy season. The rainy season would afford Alex and me the perfect opportunity to interview and hire our construction workers and staff for the facility. Rather than rushing to judgment, the applications could be reviewed with care so the right fit is accomplished.