First, review Critical Element III in the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric (Concluding Findings and Limitations). Considering your own proposed new product
concept, your chosen organization, and the marketing brief you will be submitting as your final project, address the following: How does the market research you have so far done support your chosen organization’s objectives?
What industry trends (and possible future trends) have you identified regarding your product proposal, and what are some possible implications of these
trends on your organization?
How does your proposed marketing strategy align to legal, ethical, and industry standards?
What limitations have you encountered in creating a market proposal for your product? Was this due to gaps in the market research you conducted?
hey were available in Australia, as they associated land ownership with belonging to an upper social class. Reprisal attacks thus began on European settlers venturing into the bush to cut rushes. (12). Faced with mounting pressure to quash this indigenous resistance, Governor Phillip set about instead to capture a few Aboriginal men in order to better understand their culture, and end the violence. From this directive came the story of Bennelong, now one of the most famous names in Australian history. Born in about 1764, Bennelong was about 24 when the First Fleet arrived to create the first convict colony in Sydney Cove in January 1788, and lived to see the significant damage done to his people in the early phases of colonial presence. In mid-1789, a wave of smallpox swept the indigenous population, killing, Bennelong estimated, about 50% of them, including his first wife, and Arabanoo, the first Aboriginal man that Phillip had taken prisoner. Phillip once again wanted to learn more about the Aboriginal people, their life and language, so ordered First Lieutenant Bradley of HMS Sirius to capture ‘a Man or two’, which he did so on 25th November 1789, by luring Bennelong and another man, Colebee, from a gathering on the beach with a gift of two large fish. Bradley later wrote “They eagerly took the fish, they were dancing together when the Signal was given by me, and the two poor devils were seiz’d & handed into the boat in an instant…They were bound with ropes and taken by boat to Sydney Cove…It was by far the most unpleasant service I was ever ordered to Execute”. Bradley’s account indicates a level of respect for the Aboriginal people from the beginning of the Australian colony, contrary to the inhumane treatment that they were so often subjected to, and shows him questioning his superior’s actions; actions which caused cultural tension. Bennelong quickly learned simple English and adopted European manners. He became a valuable informant, willingly providing information about Eora clans and their language and customs. It was Bennelong who told Governor Phillip the names and locations of the Sydney clans and the Aboriginal name of Parramatta, which Phillip had at first called Rose Hill, but later renamed. As with every well-known historical figure, Bennelong’s story is surrounded by misunderstanding, and myths have emerged that he ‘collaborated’ with the British, was ‘ta>GET ANSWER