Exporting Gems from Russia to International Market

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Exporting gems from Russia to International Jewelers

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Part 1
The idea in this paper is the business of exporting gems from Russia to international jewelry market. This is a noble and legal business to conduct since the jewelry market continues to expand as a result of increased demand for beauty accessories.
Goal
The goal of this business is to increase the amount and reduce the high cost of jewelry in the global market. This export business will create several jobs for many people in Russia and destination nations through the profits thereof. It will directly and indirectly be a solution to increased unemployment in the world.
Part 2
Question 1: Activities for successful export
The activities that are necessary in accomplishing the goals for establishing the Gemstone exportation firm include Activity | Qtr1 | Qtr. 2 | Qtr. 3 | Qtr. 4 | Qtr. 5 | Qtr. 6 | Exploration of options-at company level | XXX | | | | | | Market Research-new market | | XXX | | | | | Setting Marketing Strategy-at company level | | | XXX | | | | Strategic Planning – at company level | | | XXX | XXX | | | Determine Marketing Activities | | | XXX | XXX | | | Determine Price –at company level | | | | | XXX | | Logistical planning-continuous | XXX | XXX | XXX | XXX | XXX | | Design of Documentation tools- continuous | | | XXX | XXX | XXX | XXX | Determine payment methods- at company level | | XXX | | | XXX | | Recruitment of appropriate Staff –new market | | | | | XXX | | Training of Staff-In the new market | | | | | | XXX | Deployment of Staff –in the new market | | | | | | XXX | Address Customer Concerns -Continuous | XXX | XXX | XXX | XXX | XXX | XXX |

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