Study the company’s chart below then answer the questions that follow.
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1. Question11 point(s)
Type your answers in the space provided below each question.
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Who is the president of this company?
How many managers does this company have? managers
Name the Vice President of Marketing?
Who is in charge of Production?
Who is in charge of observing the labourers in the factory?
Who would most likely meet with the customers daily?
Who would a customer see to complaint about a faulty product?
Who must meet with customers concerning posters placed in a business’ premises?
Who will report to the President concerning the affairs of the business?
A. Monica Giles
B. Gary How
C. Sandra Varga
D. All of the above
Who most likely owns this company?
Select the best name for this company?
A. President’s Company
B. Shaw’s Industry
C. Varga and How
D. ABC Company Ltd.
2. Question8 point(s)
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What is the total sales for the company for the first five months?
Which month did the company sell the most of its products?
Which month did the company sell the least of its products?
What would be the reason(s) for the increasing sales?
A. The company increase its advertising.
B. People had less money to spend
C. A celebrity ask people to buy from the company.
D. Employment was increasing.
E. Only A and D
How much more did the company earn in sales in April than in January?
Is the business doing well? Yes or No? Answer =
What happened to sales in May?
A. There was a steady increase in sales.
B. There is a fall of sales in May.
C. There was little record of sales in April.
D. It is too early to tell.
What could possibly account for sales in April?
A. The President was ill.
B. There was a machine breakdown in production.
C. The company spent less money in advertising in April.
D. Most likely B or A.
E. None of the above.