PUB20003 Public Relations Writing

Assessment 3: Client writing project Word limit: 2300 (+/- 10%) Weighting: 45% (3x5%) Due date: 9am AEDT Monday 1 February (Week 11) Assessment overview This assessment task has two parts: first, you are required to develop a brief for a writing project for a client. The second part known as part B, uses the brief from part A and requires you to develop at least three pieces of PR writing for the client. Assessment details Part A: Client brief You will develop a brief for a writing project for a..Readmore

7BUSS026W Analysing the Business Environment

Page 2 details further advice. This individual assignment is worth 30% of the overall module mark, with a word count of 1,500 +10%. You should avoid –10% because then you might run the risk of not addressing the assignment task sufficiently. The assignment must be submitted electronically via Turnit..Readmore

Approach to Poverty and Inequality

Introduction  Poverty and inequality are two of the most dangerous social evils that hamper the living conditions of people in different parts of the globe. The essay fundamentally highlights these two concerns in the U.K. context and how these elements are linked to psychology and sociology. Over t..Readmore

Change Management and Contingency

Change management and contingency approach are both important in the organization. Change management is a method through which companies implement changes, while the contingency approach is a management theory. This paper discusses the change management and contingency approach and the effects of cu..Readmore

Procedure And Resources Required To Identify The Plants

The procedures followed in the fieldwork process include a collection of samples, identifying them, pressing, mounting, drying, recording field notes and storage. Requirements for the identification process include a dissection kit, books with plant descriptions, microscope and relevant dichotomous..Readmore

Hotels Management Company International SAOG

Report of independent auditors to the shareholders of Hotels Management Company International SAOG  The shareholders of the company can be identified to be the shareholders of HMCI. The audit has been performed for the financial statements of HMCI for the period of 31 December 2020. In this process,..Readmore

Hospitality Sector

Issues in the hospitality sector Extended cash flow Excess operational cash flow Travel and mobility restrictions thus temporary shutdown of the hospitality industry Decreased demand in business Limited services by the restaurants with take home facilities only The decreased occupancy rate in hotels..Readmore