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Developed Vision Mission and Objectives
In our assignment, we selected HB Eramanis appuhami retail shop to develop retailing strategies, some strategies are not used their businesses, we think they don’t think about their future. They want to continue their daily works and manage business. They all ways try to give new stationary for their customers soon than competitors. We see they try to get a best image about H B Eramanis appuhami and sons from customers using their business and try to make a good relationship with customers. Our group could identify H B Eramanis appuhami and sons have same targets. They want to complete that immediately. They say they want to upgrade their space from build 1st floor also they want to start books selling like novels short stories. For that they should want some space in retail shop.
H B Eramanis appuhami and sons are not developed vision statement, mission statement also they didn’t identify their objectives. But they have some idea about their targets. Our group discussed with manager and we can get some idea about vision mission and objectives. In here we developed their vision mission and objectives using their ideas.
Simply Vision can identify the dream can be reality in an organization or it is a state of a company hope to reach in the future. Mission is can define it is a presentation about main task widely in organization differently from other organizations. Objectives is Connect with short term period aims.. According to their ideas we can create vision mission and objectives for H B Eramanis appuhami and sons retail shop,
Vision
“Becoming the best stationary provider in Matara area”. Mission “ Becoming the best stationary provider in the area by supplying quality stationaries which are suitable for needs and wants of our customers, giving innovational products which are attracting new customers by building…...

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