“Made With The Goodness Of HaiDilao Hot Pot”
Table of contents
stage1：Country Facts and Statistics
-Product-Rationale for Product Selected
Layout of store/office
Type of Management
Type of business organization
Method of operations,hours and future plans
stage6：International Parketing Plan
stage7：Recommendations and Conclusions
Stage8：Assessment & Reflection
Self/peer assessment plus one-page reflection
MLA Style of Referencing
Country facts and statistics
Canadian all cities Canadian all sports
Canada's international airport
Canadian time zone map
Understanding the statistics of another country is very important for a company that wants to export its population, especially about age, race, religion, sex, life expectancy, the language and the place where these people live. This information helps the enterprise to determine who is the ideal target market. By understanding the population status of a country, enterprises can easily determine who they want to sell their products to, and help determine how they will sell to them. In general, demography makes the business understand the type of people living in the country, which helps their business succeed.
Population growth rate. Age distribution
Life expectancies Rural vs urban
Ethnic groups Religious groups
In 2016, GDP per capita for Canada was 42,225 us dollars. GDP per capita of Canada increased from 21,858 US dollars in 1997 to 42,225 US dollars in 2016 growing at an average annual rate of 3.91 %.GDP per capita is gross domestic product divided by midyear population.
8GDP is the sum of gross value added by all resident producers in the economy plus any product taxes and minus any subsidies not included in the value of the products. It is calculated without making deductions for depreciation of fabricated assets or for depletion and degradation of natural resources. GDP is expressed in current U.S. dollars per person. Data are derived by first converting GDP in national currency to U.S. dollars and then dividing it by total population.
The Government of Canada formally Her Majesty's Government is the federal administration of Canada. In Canadian English, the term can mean either the collective set of institutions or specifically the Queen-in-Council. In both senses, the current construct was established at Confederation—through the...