You have been just appointed Export Manager of a medium sized Australian winery HolyCow Pty Ltd . The Marketing Director has appointed you because the company wants to go global. The Managing Director has heard that India, Vietnam and southern China (Hong Kong) represent good prospects. Your first task is to prepare a pre-feasibility report on the key factors to be borne in mind in preparing to tackle these markets. Your report and recommendations will be discussed at the monthly sales and marketing meeting and you will be expected to subsequently make a presentation at the Company’s next Board meeting. The company currently crushes almost 5000 tonnes of grapes per year and has a good reputation as a medium and high end quality manufacturer. Following your research Essay you are now required to make a PPS presentation at the Company’s next Board meeting of key findings and recommendations. Prepare a synopsis of Assignment 2 Research Essay ï‚· Assignments should be in the form of Power Point slides Presentation: ï‚· Keep each slide brief and legible e.g. no more than 5 dot points per slide ï‚· Neatness, layout, correct spelling and grammar, consistency of formatting and font size, and readability. ï‚· Within +/- 10% of slide limit of 30 slides. Integrated Discussion of Topic ï‚· Answer clearly demonstrates a good understanding of the topic and presents conclusions and recommendations in a balanced manner with a well-integrated argument. Research and Referencing ï‚· Use ‘peer reviewed’ journal articles or appropriate reference articles/texts considered of high academic standard. ï¿¼ï¿¼Preparation Presentation Assessment criteria ï¿¼ï¿¼Penalties ï‚· Use country reports by various government trade related organisations (esp. USA, Australia, New Zealand), and industry publications e.g. AWBC ï‚· Correct referencing in-text and in reference list [you must use CDU Harvard referencing style, according to the style guide available at http://libguides.cdu.edu.au/content.php?pid=100403&sid=753758 Late Submissions ï‚· Late assignments will lose 4% of the available marks each day (or part thereof). After 14 days, assignments will not be accepted. Plagiarism ï‚· You are to identify the sources of any ideas and words in your assignment that are not yours. The use of any but the most incidental unattributed materials will be handled in accordance with the Student Plagiarism Management Process.