After reading the Child Day Care Center business plan, evaluate this business plan by answering the question below. You will assume the role of a consultant, providing feedback on a business plan. Your task is to review the plan and write 1-2-page evaluation memo.
explained and supported each of your answer whenever possible. Make sure to use sources as
support, not instead of your opinion.
If the item consists of a YES/No answer, make sure to explain it in 1-5 sentences for each of the items.
- What are the strengths and weaknesses of the business plan? :
- Is the client being realistic and is the business feasible? Is there a “real” need?
- Does the plan adequately describe the product/service? What else is needed?
- Does the business plan demonstrate there is sufficient demand for the product/service?
- Evaluate the management team? How solid is it?
- Are the projections (sales, financial, etc.) backed up with reliable data?
- What analysis of the market has the client conducted and what is the market share?
- What are the risks/challenges and opportunities associated with the business?
- Does it seem the entrepreneur can deal with challenges?
- Is it clear what is requested from investors? How much financing is requested and is it reasonable? Is it debt or equity?
- Do you recommend investing the requested amount? Primary reasons?
In relation to structure, when looking at “A Clockwork Orange” we can say that the novel is structured like that of a musical composition. The novel is structured in 3 parts, 7 chapters and each chapter conforms to an ABA pattern. When looking at part 1 we can see the similarity in part 3 as it mirrors each other. However part 2 is very different from both part 1 and 3. Both chapter 1 and 3 take are situated around Alex’s home or area, however part 2 is taking place when Alex is in prison. When looking at Part 1 we see Alex saying “What’s it going to be then, eh?”, the same question is asked by the Prison guard in Part 2. When looking at the structure of the plot we see that the plot itself contains inversions. For example if we look back at Part one we see that Alex preys on other characters, however if we look at Part 3 Alex is the one who is getting preyed upon. When comparing the structure of “A Clockwork Orange” to “One who flew over the cuckoo’s nest” we see that that the book is seen to be a work of social criticism. This meaning that this book in a sense can be viewed as record book, as throughout the novel us as the audience develop our knowledge on each of these characters. When looking at individual chapters in the book Chapters 12 to 14 stands out as both of them start and end up quickly. The reason for this is perhaps to show how our narrator Chief Bromden’s incoherent interpretation of the world around him. Our narrator throughout these two chapters in particular but also in most of the book presents only very short accounts of what is happening in the insane asylum. However when looking at Chief Broomden narrations in the relation to the structure he doesn’t focus on what is around him, for example when the character Old Rawler commits suicide the details provided by the Chief are not clear at all. The Chief hardly ever in the story goes into detail what is around him, only when the fog is around he goes into description about the fog and how it affects him and the other patients on the ward. Bromden then in Chapter 15 compares the so called “fog machine” that the mental institution apparently have to the fog that he witnessed during the War. The story spoken by the Chief suggests to us that perhaps the reason why the Chief does not describe what he sees in full is perhaps due to an incident that happened in the war.>GET ANSWER