Apple Micro Environment

  • Apple

    Question #1 The modern Apple, Inc., which a number of consumers have come to know and love, is considered to be the Jobs’ era. Steve Jobs was ousted from the organization during his 1985 resignation, and eventually brought back as a part of the acquisition of NeXT. He was eventually named the permanent CEO of Apple in 2000 and ultimately sculpted Apple into the revolutionary organization it has become today. Apple has been able to become a revolutionary organization because Steve Jobs implemented

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  • Micro&Macro Environment

    ARTICLE Effects of macro and micro-environmental factors on the species richness of terrestrial tardigrade assemblages in an Iberian mountain environment ´ ´ Noemı Guil Æ Joaquın Hortal Æ ´ nchez-Moreno Æ Annie Machordom Sara Sa Received: 1 November 2007 / Accepted: 20 November 2008 / Published online: 4 December 2008 Ó Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2008 Abstract Tardigrade communities are affected by micro and macro-environmental conditions but only micro-environmental variables, and

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  • Global Business Environment Analysis of Apple

    industry Starting from 1976, Apple computer created the personal computer (PC). After IBM transformed the PC from proprietary systems into open structure, PC has been dominated by Wintel (Windows + Intel) structure. Apple insists in adopting proprietary and niche market strategies made them keep losing market share till less than 3% in 2001. However, its strategy with ignoring the market trends makes it lose the market after years. 1.1 Industrial changes: Apple lost PC market because of ignoring

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  • Apple

    Apple Computer, Inc.: Maintaining the Music Business while Introducing iPhone and Apple TV Leave a reply Topic: Apple Computer, Inc.: Maintaining the Music Business while Introducing iPhone and Apple TV Subject: Business Details: 1. Strategic challenges facing Apple Computer. 2. Dimensions along which company success can be measured. 3. Critical external and internal environmental factors that have strategic implications for Apple\’s future. 4. Dow Apple\’s strategy stands up against industry

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  • Apple Micro-Environment

    Micro-environment: • Customer demand and behaviour According to surveys done both online and offline, the demand of Apple products has increased especially for the iPad 2, the iPhone 5 and the Apple Nano. The research showed that there is a 50:50 ratio split of males and females who are Apple buyers. It also showed that amongst potential buyers, only about half don’t own an iPod. Research has also shown that the increasing demand for Apple products has allowed Apple to sell close to 1 million

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  • Apple

    Wang Lehuan , Apple Inc. Fei Xuan , Liu Danfei , Jiang Yongming , Zhang Hao , Li Changhua Counselor: Sun Na Synopsis The paper is about Apple Inc. which is a famous IT company in the world. It's main business is to offer different kinds of high information technology electronic products. Through the internal and external analysis by using SWOT, STP, 4Ps, PEST models for Apple Inc., some problems are indentified. Firstly, in the analysis of internal environment, the paper tells

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  • Micro Teaching

    they face the problem of class control throughout the lesson. It is hypothetical that one of the best techniques to help teacher trainees develop their skills is to use ‘micro teaching’ as a technique of training. But, in the process of training of teachers of national colleges of education enough weight is not given to micro teaching. Microteaching is organized practice teaching. The goal is to give instructors confidence, support, and feedback by letting them try out among friends and colleagues

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  • Apple

    Apple Computer, Inc. Company Profile Reference Code: 108 Publication Date: Nov 2006 Datamonitor USA 245 5th Avenue 4th Floor New York, NY 10016 USA t: +1 212 686 7400 f: +1 212 686 2626 e: Datamonitor Europe Charles House 108-110 Finchley Road London NW3 5JJ United Kingdom t: +44 20 7675 7000 f: +44 20 7675 7500 e: Datamonitor Germany Kastor & Pollux Platz der Einheit 1 60327 Frankfurt Deutschland t: +49 69 9754 4517 f: +49

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  • Micro

    * The Micro Dimension In this section, we will see more clearly the role of the smallest units which is the micro economic dimension. The previous section has described the macro and meso economic dimension. The macro level is the level of the individual in the organization. At the micro-level, also referred to as the local level, the research population typically is an individual in their social setting or a small group of individuals in a particular social context. Examples of micro-level levels

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  • Micro , Macro Business Environment

    A – Micro business Environment: This is also known as internal business environment because business has power to control them. In this environment, factors can be divided with following way. 1st Supplier A supplier provides raw material to business. This is also main factor of business environment because, it affects business very closely. If supplier delay to supply raw material or stop to supply. At this time production of business can be stopped due to not getting raw material. So, for

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  • Apple

    0 Raman Fadaei 2013 Marketing management Raman Fadaei 2013 Marketing management Apple iPhone Marketing Analysis Apple iPhone Marketing Analysis Table of Content Introduction……………………………………………………………… 2 Apple SWOT analysis…………………………………………………… 7 Apple PESTEL Analysis ………………………………………............. 9 Porter's 5 Forces Analysis……………………………………………… 11 BCG matrix perspective………………………………………………… 12 Ansoff Matrix Perspective ……………………………………………… 15 Extended Marketing mix Analysis………………………………………

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  • Apple Marketing

    Marketing Strategy of Apple Computers Inc. Introduction Marketing Strategy of Apple Computers INC. Introduction Apple was founded by Steven Jobs and Stephen Wozniak in 1976; Apple computer Company revolutionized the personal computer industry and brought forward the expansion of the clean industry within the New West. Situated within California, the company’s initial product was the Apple I, a single-board processor with on-board storage (ROM), that was marketed for approximately $650 not including

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  • Apple

    and Marketing Strategies Who is Apple? Apple is one of the world leaders in innovative technology. Founded in 1976 by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Apple creates and manufactures mobile phones and devices. The products of Apple include the iPad, iPhone, Mac, iPod, iTunes and Apple Television just to name a few. Through many years of experience Apple strives to continue to advance with the time while staying committed to making extraordinary technology. Apple also strives to be as ethically and

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  • The Influence of Two Contrasting Economic Environments Apple

    Economic Environments on Business Activities Task 4 Your local magazine plans to publish a follow-up article to the first one, which was well accepted. In this article, you will need to choose one of the two organisations from your initial article and compare it with an organisation from another industry. This requires you to research a different economic environment and to look at one business from that industry. This business with then be compared with your local business. * Draw up a table

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  • Apple

    ambition: born in 1955 of a Syrian political science professor and a single mother who has decided not to elevate the lives of Jobs, adopted at birth by a couple of modest Californians, was marked by these values. It is also this culture he installed at Apple. Convinced of the immense superiority of its products, Steve Jobs, himself, has always refused to sell to someone else's Mac OS, the first to use user-friendly icons, and then copied by Windows. Bill Gates's dream was to put a PC in every home, that

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  • Apple Case

    SAMPLE CASE APPLE COMPUTERS, INC. PREPARED BY MAX BEEBER September 1, 1995 FOR OL 421 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT AND POLICY INTRODUCTION: In 1976, Steven Wozniak and Stephen Jobs designed computer boards in a garage. During the next six years, this operation was transformed into a Multi-million dollar company called Apple Computer. It broke into the Fortune 500 in 1982. While Apple has experienced tremendous growth, it has recently begun

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  • Micro Econ

    Microeconomics (South-Western) McConnell and Brue, Microeconomics (McGraw-Hill) McEachern, ECON for Microeconomics (South-Western) Salvatore, Schaum’s Outline of Microeconomics (McGraw-Hill) Samuelson and Nordhaus, Microeconomics (McGraw-Hill) Schiller, The Micro Economy Today (McGraw-Hill) Stiglitz and Walsh, Principles of Microeconomics (W. W. Norton) Taylor and Weerapana, Principles of Microeconomics (South-Western) Study Resources Most textbooks used in college-level introductory microeconomics courses

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  • Apple – Economic Environment

    Economic Environment Apple’s domestic environment is the United States of America. While Rostow’s five stages of development can be somewhat helpful, some argue that Rostow’s model was developed with western cultures in mind and is not applicable to least developed countries (Ford, 2004). Because Apple was developed in a westernized culture, the model is slightly more helpful. However, several economists believe the model, as a predictive one is not very helpful, that instead its main use it to

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  • Micro

    sufficiently satisfying dining experience that they were induced to return again and again.” From this we can learn the type of competitive advantage Panera Bread is trying to achieve involving three key factor by making their product stand out, their environment wonderful and service great.

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  • Apple

    APPLE INC IN RETAILING (WORLD) June 2014 SCOPE OF THE REPORT Scope All values expressed in this report are in US dollar terms, using a fixed exchange rate (2013). 2013 figures are based on part-year estimates. All forecast data are expressed in constant terms; inflationary effects are discounted. Conversely, all historical data are expressed in current terms; inflationary effects are taken into account. Retailing Disclaimer Much of the information in this briefing is of a statistical

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  • Apple

    Sir, I am Pleased to submit the study you requested on the performance evaluation. During the program I got the opportunity to participate practically the Marketing Strategy of the MNC Company. They operate their service in a highly competitive environment; the study would helpful in my practical life. It was both interesting and informative. Finally, I express my gratefulness and thanks to you to assist and help to make this study of Marketing Strategy in MNC Company. I shall be happy if you find

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  • Micro

    Micro paper (worth 20 points) * Ø Due: Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014 5:00PM CST * Ø Length: Approximately 1-2 pages typewritten, double-spaced, legible normal size fonts, normal margins * Ø Topic: a microbial pathogen (with certain pathogens, you may focus on some of the diseases that they cause – with approval), immunology topic (including autoimmunities) or with approval - a disease (i.e. toxic shock syndrome, endotoxic shock, ringworm, etc.). Other topics with approval only.

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  • Micro

    Not All Fungi are the Same Jason Tipton Excelsior College Not All Fungi are the Same Fungi have many different characteristics than those of bacteria. Most fungi can live and survive in an environment that can be hostile to most bacteria’s (Tortora,Funke & Case 2013). Even though a fungus is so much different from bacteria, there are many types of fungi that are different from eachother. Some examples of this are the differnces in the three fungi, Zygomycota, Ascomycota, and Basidiomycota

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  • Business Environment

    1 : Business Environment Unit Code : Y/601/0546 Assignment No : 1 Assignment Title : Assessment of Business Environment for an organization of your Choice Date Set : 10/10/2014 Due Date : 25/12/2014 Learning Outcome Covered: 1. Understand the organisational purposes of businesses 2. Understand the nature of the national environment in which businesses operate 3. Understand the behaviour of organisations in their market environment 4. Be able

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  • Macro and Micro Environment

    There are two kinds of external marketing environments; micro and macro. These environments’ factors are beyond the control of marketers but they still influence the decisions made when creating a strategic marketing strategy. micro and macro environments Micro Environment Factors The suppliers: Suppliers can control the success of the business when they hold the power. The supplier holds the power when they are the only or the largest supplier of their goods; the buyer is not vital to the

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  • Micro

    increases when income increases. 5. In Xenia the typical consumer purchases 10 pounds of potatoes, 2 pounds of coffee, and 5 bags of apples. Use this market basket and the following data for this question. (Hint: you will want to use a calculator or Excel for this question.) Year | Price of Potatoes Per Pound | Price of Coffee Per Pound | Price of a Bag of Apples | Cost of Market Basket | 1 | $1 | $2 | X | $34 | 2 | $1 | Y | $3 | $27 | 3 | $2 | $2 | $4 | Z | 4 | $3 | $3 | A | $61 |

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  • Apple and Environment

    Abstract In the recent years there has been a significant rise in people's concern for the environment. All of us play a part in the destruction of our planet, but we are often unaware of how much we affect it. There is no part of the earth that does not remain affected by our actions. Our actions are now threatening the health of our planet, the land we live and work on, the water supply, the ozone layer, the animal species as well as the health of our species. Some would say that the problem

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  • Apple

    There are two kinds of external marketing environments; micro and macro. These environments’ factors are beyond the control of marketers but they still influence the decisions made when creating a strategic marketing strategy. micro and macro environments Micro Environment Factors The suppliers: Suppliers can control the success of the business when they hold the power. The supplier holds the power when they are the only or the largest supplier of their goods; the buyer is not vital to the

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  • Macro & Micro Environment

    Specific Environment Macro and Specific Environment 2011 Mohd Haizam Bin Idris (ZP00942) Masters of Business Administration 5/1/2011 2011 Mohd Haizam Bin Idris (ZP00942) Masters of Business Administration 5/1/2011 1.0 Introduction In today’s organisation, responding accurately to the factors that may affect the organisational performance. In this case, analysis on macro and specific environment has been analysed to identify the elements of the macro and specific environment that may

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  • Apple

    Subject: GBUS-180 Due: 4/30/15 Professor: D. Flynn Candidate Name: Harshit Bhalla Session: Spring 2015 Subject: GBUS-180 Due: 4/30/15 Professor: D. Flynn 1. Historical Analysis: - A. Business In: * Overview: * Apple Inc. “is an American multinational corporation headquartered in Cupertino, California, that designs, develops, and sells consumer electron1ics, computer software, online services, and personal computers. Its best-known hardware products are the Mac

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  • Apple Micro and Macro Environment

    1) A Public limited company is runned by a board of directors who are appointed by the shareholders of the company. This is done during the general meeting through voting by each shareholder. The average members of board of directors are 9 in most of the companies. They are legally responsible for company’s record accounts and performance. They also can hire other people to manage the day-to-day activities of the company. They can however be disqualified from being accompany director if they don’t

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  • Apple

    Apple Code of Conduct Apple incorporated is one of the most respected and prosperous companies in the entire world. Apple is known for their strategic releases against the competition and their reputation of keeping up very high standards. Apple started in the garage of Steve Jobs in 1976. Steve Jobs and his counterpart Steve Wozniak were passionate computers junkies that did not believe in the hassle that surrounded corporate companies and their mediocre technology. Apple began as a small

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  • Apple

    Apple’s External Environment External environment is the environment or surroundings outside of the company such as economic component, demographic component, technological component, sociocultural component, political/legal component, and global component (Chapter 2, Management Environment, slide 5). As for Apple, they have their own factors which is P.E.S.T. (Political, Economic, Social, and Technological) factors that affect them to make a decision-making process. These are the explanation about

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  • Apple

    UNIVERSITY OF AGDER | Term Paper - Apple | ORG 409-1, INTERNATIONAL MANAGEMENT | Ole Erik H. Larsen 25.09.2015 | Innhold 1 INTRODUCTION 1 2 COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE 2 3 PORTER´S STRATEGIC GROUPS 3 4 SWOT - ANALYSIS 5 5 CONCLUSION/REVIEWS 6 5.1 Future research 7 6 SOURCES 8 6.1 Guidebook 8 6.2 Internet 8 6.3 Pictures: 8 1 INTRODUCTION Apple is an American multinational technology company that constantly designs, develop and sells consumer electronics

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  • Micro

    that of Bangladesh. In the Grameen system, the groups avail micro-financial services from the Bank, while the SHGs are effectively a microbank carrying out their own savings mobilization and lending. The basic difference in the approaches of the Grameen system and the SHG model is that the former starts with microcredit and then graduates to micro-savings, while the SHG model is based on the concept of micro-savings leading to micro-credit. Thus, the SHG model is more sustainable from viability

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  • Apple Watch

    ENVIROMENTAL ANALYSIS Apple Watch For describing and analyzing the enviroment that involves our new product Apple Watch we should make a study about its internal (micro) and external (macro) enviroment. First of all, we will describe what is the micro and macro enviroment analysis. The micro environment, as the name suggests, is the immediate environment that impacts a business. The micro environment includes considerations related to suppliers, customers and local stakeholders, including local

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  • Apple

    Apple Inc. 1 Apple Inc. 2 Apple Inc. Executive Summary This report provides an in-depth analysis of Apple Inc. (AAPL), with necessary recommendation increasing the wealth of the company and their shareholders. The primary competitors of AAPL would include companies such as the Intel Corporation, Target Inc. and any company that sell technological products. The total revenue for the most recent fiscal year was $182,795 billion dollars on their assets and $39,510 of net income. Timothy

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  • Micro

    exclusive manufacture by the MSEs and recommended the policy of progressive de-reservation. To facilitate further investments for technological up-gradation and higher productivity in the micro and small enterprises, 654 items have been taken off the list of items reserved for exclusive manufacture by the manufacturing micro and small enterprises in the last few years – reducing it to 21 at present. This has helped the sector in enlarging the scale of operations and also paved the way for entry of larger

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  • Micro Soft vs Apple

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  • Micro Marko

    HNC BusinessUnit 4 Marketing Principles Learning outcome 2 Micro & Macro Environment Objectives of presentation • Discover the micro marketing environment (internal) • Discover the macro marketing environment (PEST FACTORS-external) • Explain ‘The Marketing Audit’ and how the elements influence marketing decisions Integrated Marketing Integrated marketing strategies take advantage of a combination of communication tools and media to spread a message such as one-to-one marketing

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  • Micro

    textbook that you purchase (or purchased separately on line). The website to register is: and follow the instructions.  REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Roger LeRoy Miller, Student Value Edition for “Economics Today: The Micro View” plus NEW MEL/ETX SAC, 18/E, (ISBN-13: 9780134004952), Publisher: Prentice Hall, Copyright: 2015.                  You must also click on the Course Syllabus so that you can have a copy of Syllabus to print. The Course Syllabus outlines the

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  • Actors in Micro Environment

    Success of the operation will depend largely on the efficiency of connection within a certain system. Because of that actors in micro environment are: 1. Enterprise 2. Suppliers 3. Intermediaries in marketing 4. Customers 5. Competitors The company is the main actor in managing with marketing activities and its placement is of great importance for the overall marketing system. While it is not important just the positioning of the marketing function, but also the position of the other functions

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  • Micro

    * The political and social environment The stability of politics is one of the elements which not only contributes to help Viet Nam persevere in the developing economy policy but also make our country step in the period of peace and prosperity. Being in the stable politics, oil and gas field has many favourable conditions in order to develop turnovers as well as innovate new technology or export oil and gas to international market. * The economic environment The task of renovating economy

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  • Apple

    Jack , 2009: 55). When an organization gets to consolidate their cultural patterns, it assumes a life of its own, independent of its components. This phenomenon is evident in large organizations. In this report, we discuss the corporate culture of Apple Computer Incorporation. For that purpose report will provide an introduction to the chosen organisation and a clear rationale for why it has been selected. Along with that, we also discuss a detailed application of the cultural web framework to the

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  • Business Environment – Apple Inc.

    Business Environment – Apple Inc. Erin Kelly Management/MGT 521 April 29, 2012 Walter Goodwyn Business Environment – Apple Inc. Researching a company’s business environment will provide large amounts of data that could be used by investors, consumers, and

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  • Apple Analysis

    ................................................................................ 2 2.0. Company Profile ..................................................................................................................................... 3 3.0. Apple Distinctive Competencies ............................................................................................................ 4 3.1. The R-C Model............................................................................................

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  • Apple

    Apple: An Environment Analysis Environment has a huge impact on all organisations. It is a huge challenge to manage the environment in an organisation favour. However, some organisations were able to make use of this vital element. Apple Inc. is one of these successful companies who were and still until now managing it environment efficiently. Apple is a company that started in 1976 by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak as a computer company. Its market value has fluctuated over the years. In 1996,

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  • Business Environment - Apple Inc.

    about real world examples of ethical and unethical practices we either read about or encountered in our place of employment. As team members generally most spoke about how their employer was trying to seek new guidelines to provide a more ethical environment. Many spoke of online training, having to take tests, or even go away to learn the rules of the company. Some spoke of how they had weekly meetings with both the staff and surveys from both staff and patients to get feedback on the way things

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  • Micro

    Business Law: Legal Environment, Online Commerce, Business Ethics, and International. Readings Read Ch. 32 of Business Law: Legal Environment, Online Commerce, Business Ethics, and International. Readings Read Ch. 33 of Business Law: Legal Environment, Online Commerce, Business Ethics, and International. Readings Read Ch. 43 of Business Law: Legal Environment, Online Commerce, Business Ethics, and International. Readings Read Ch. 44 of Business Law: Legal Environment, Online Commerce, Business

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  • Business Environment – Apple Inc.

    ARTICLE 1 The exact name of the corporation is : BAGBLOCKERS,INC. ARTICLE 11 Unless the articles of organization other provide, all corporations formed pursuant to G.L. C156D have The purpose of engaging in any lawful business. Please specify if you want a more Limited purpose: THE CORPORATION MAY ENGAGE

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