Caps Business Studies 10
Caps bs 10 term 3 week 6 presentation of business information, topic – presentation of business information.
Accurate and concise verbal and non-verbal presentation (including graphs) of a variety of business-related information
• Presentation of business reports with tables, graphs, diagrams and illustrations that include symbols and pictures (e.g. activities, progress, challenges and recommendations) • Verbal presentations with support materials (handouts, transparencies, slides, charts, models, etc.)
— Definition of the different audio-visual aids — Design and layout of a presentation using different visual aids(e.g. show how to prepare/set out a poster and handouts
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Gr 10 T3 W4 Business Studies Lesson: Presentation of Business Information
2020 FET Gr 10 Term 3 Week 4 Business Studies Lesson: _Presentation of Business Information
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2021 Term 2 Grade 10 Business Studies Presentation
2021 Term 2 Grade 10 Business Studies Presentation memorandum included. Topics covered: Contemporary socio-economic Issues, Social Responsibility, Forms of Ownership, Quality According to CAPS and ATP Total Marks Easy!
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- 2. The vast majority of small businesses start out as sole proprietorships. This business is owned by one person, usually the individual who has day-to-day responsibility for running the business. Sole proprietorships own all the assets of the business and the profits generated by it. They also assume complete responsibility for any of its liabilities or debts. In the eyes of the law and the public, the business and the owner is seen as one.
- 3. In a partnership people share ownership of a single business. Like proprietorships, the law does not distinguish between the business and its owners. The Partners should have a legal agreement that sets forth how decisions will be made, profits will be shared, disputes will be resolved. how future partners will be admitted to the partnership, how partners can be bought out, or what steps will be taken to dissolve the partnership when needed; Yes, its hard to think about a “break-up” when the business is just getting started, but many partnerships split up at crisis times and unless there is a defined process, there will be even greater problems. They also must decide up front how much time and capital each will contribute, etc.
- 4. 1. General Partnership Partners divide responsibility for management and liability, as well as the shares of profit or loss according to their internal agreement. Equalshares are assumed unless there is a written agreement that states differently
- 5. Limited” means that most of the partners have limited liability (to the extent of their investment) as well as limited input regarding management decision, which generally encourages investors for short term projects, or for investing in capital assets. This form of ownership is not often used for operating retail or service businesses. Forming a limited partnership is more complex and formal than that of a general partnership
- 6. Acts like a general partnership, but is clearly for a limited period of time or a single project. Ifthe partners in a joint venture repeat the activity, they will be recognized as an on going partnership and will have to file as such, and distribute accumulated partnership assets upon dissolution of the entity.
- 7. Theowners of a corporation can be its shareholders. The shareholders elect a board of directors to oversee the major policies and decisions. The corporation has a life of it’s own and does not dissolve when ownership changes. A corporation can be taxed and can enter into contractual agreements.
- 8. Privatecompanies however, are no longer limited to 50 members as was the case under the current Companies Act. Private companies where the transfer of shareholding is restricted and is still called a Proprietary Limited and is denoted by the suffix (Pty) Ltd.
- 9. Public companies are companies that offer their shares for transfer to the public and are referred to as Limited and use the suffix Ltd. The primary objective of these organizations is to serve the public not to earn profit. Finances are offered freely for the uplift of society. In other words, they involve in social welfare. Organizations of public sector include educational institutes, health services, security providing organizations, national defence, financing etc
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