CRITERIA TO ADDRESS

 

1. Overview of Company and its history

Include details of the directors and management team, length of time in business, company structure including an organisational chart, customers/target market and number of employees.

 

2. Products/Services

Include information on marketing practices and distribution chains.

 

3. Management Practices

Include information on staff training and development, incentives, employee share schemes.

 

4. Manufacturing Practices (if manufacturing) or Customer Service (if retail or in service industry)

If manufacturing, include information on any production efficiency measures introduced, eg lean manufacturing etc. as well as any quality and benchmarking initiatives.

 

5. Innovation (this may include Research and Development)

Innovation is defined as the multi-stage process whereby organisations transform ideas into new/improved products, service or processes, in order to advance, compete and differentiate themselves successfully in their marketplace. It may include R&D for new products or services or innovative changes in such things as new and improved management practices.

 

6. Environmental Practices

Include information on such things as water conservation, waste management, carbon reduction, recycling and "green" initiatives.

 

7. Citizenship

Include information on how your company supports your community. This may include sponsorship, charity, volunteering and work experience.

 

8. Significant Achievements

Include any Awards or Government grants received. It should also include reference to expotential growth of the company either in terms of turnover or staff expansion.

 

9. Exporting (if applicable)

Only include if relevant to your company. Information should include export markets, export sales and any other relevant information.

 

10. Student Employability

Only include if relevant to your company and a member of the Study Gold Coast Employability Program: Talent for Business Growth. Information should include the company's engagement with the Gold Coast education and training sector and how it is creating meaningful and sustainable employability touch points for students. Also include one or multiple examples of successful student employability initiatives and how the company is creating meaningful outcomes for the students and enhancing the City of Gold Coast's reputation as a city that cares about student employability. Demonstrate how the company has gone over and above to support students in the community to begin their career journey.

 

11. Future Plans

Detail your business plans for the coming years include expanisions, new premises, technology, products and services etc. 

 

Need help?

We can have an independant business writer contact you and put your submission together for a small fee. This doesn't guarantee anything, it is purely an option for those who prefer not to do their own presentation.

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