The bottles are sold to the buyers in boxes. There are variety of boxes consisting of 100, 150, 200 bottles each. The boxes are to be sent to the various stores, malls ad movie halls according to the requirement. Different boxes have different flavors. The following table represents the sale plan for the following 12 months:
The sales plan deals with the strategy that sets a target for the business and the various steps to meet the same. It activates and motivates the various procedures to reach the sale goal. A sale planning is an essential element of sales success (McKenzie 2017). It refers to the process that sets a plan of action and cautiously identifies the steps to maximize the sales and profit. A sale plan is prepared before each financial period and is it made sure that actions are according to the plan. In general, terms, Planning is a forecast of future environment and sensible decision making to implement the strategies into operational activities (Finch 2016). The sales plan initially starts from setting out the future strategies then indentifying the market and customers along with the implementation of the strategies. In the following discussion, a Sales Plan is being structured of a launch of a non-alcoholic beverage product named “Powerage”, in the local shops and shopping malls in United Kingdom.
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