Your first task here is for you as an individual to choose your favourite element and show how you contributed and went about analysing and researching toward this aspect of the process. Your individual task here is to assess your team and each person's individual performance based on each element of this framework. You are also to assess critically your own performance using the framework. What would you have done differently in hindsight?
Conventional manual methods of radio-tracking were very labour intensive, time consuming and expensive, which made tracking animals over large areas prohibitive. This led her to establishing Wildlife Drones, so that others wanting to track animals could also benefit from the latest technological drone tracking advances as well.
At the end of the week, she loves nothing more than harvesting food from her much loved organic garden and heading out bush to go hiking and camping with her family.
On top of his studies, he loves to take care of his young son, cook noodles because his wife tells him toplay basketball and learn about history and computer science.
Between finishing her studies at ANU and working with wedding dresses, she works on communication strategies, web-development, and content writing for the company.
Since graduating from her commerce degree at the end ofSarah has continued to work for Wildlife Drones as a business intern in between her busy schedule.
She performs market research, and aids in the development of company pitches and grant applications. In her spare time, Sarah enjoys a good book and swimming. In his free time, he enjoys playing the guitar and hiking.
Ros Wallace As a co-founder Ros brings a unique combination of accounting and ecology expertise, helping to translate a academic research outcomes into a commercially viable product in the form of Wildlife Drones.
She helped establish the company and has been instrumental in overcoming some of its early hurdles.
Due to changes in her circumstances, she has stepped back from her role as Business Manager, but maintains a close interest in this exciting company that is revolutionising research techniques and how wildlife and pest species are managed.ANU International Business Plan Competition Client: Tanlay Food Group (High Distinction) July – October Competing against a number of other teams to provide the best solution to our client's needs.
Our team developed an extensive plan for international expansion, marketing, branding and promotion to provide our client the .
Daniel is an international business student at ANU with a strong interest in global trade. Like Sarah, Daniel became involved with Wildlife Drones through the ANU International Business Plan competition.
Established in , the ANU International Business Plan (IBP) Competition has been a crucial component of the course. It is implemented as a form of work integrated learning that provides students with a unique and authentic learning experience over the entire semester.
CBEA and CBEA ANU College of Business and Economics Internship Project The International Business Plan Competition Vinh was the convenor for BUSI International Marketing and MKTG Global Marketing from and maintained an advisory role since Thanks to the Australian National University’s (ANU) International Business Plan (IBP) Competition, local Canberra companies can develop their global business plan by tapping in to the skills and genius of ANU business and marketing students.
business ANU marketing export Dec 05 Each year the ANU (Australian National University) run a competition where marketing and business students work with a local small business to formulate and produce an international marketing plan for a country where the business has little or .