Your job is to oversee the portfolio of stocks and bonds your company maintains for investment purposes. After much consideration, you believe it is time for your company, which is currently private, to “go public.” Offering shares of stock to the public would provide an excellent way to raise capital, which could then be invested in research and development. Conduct research to learn what it takes for a company to make an initial public offering (IPO) of stock. What steps must be followed? How would your company start the process? What legal matters must be considered? How is initial stock price determined? How long will it take? Present your findings and recommendation to company owners.
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Write the introduction and first parts of your business report organized in one consistent format (Roman numerals, decimals, or simply by using consistent headings of same size). Your introduction includes the definition and context of your report, problem statement and research objectives. The body is organized in a logical way so as to address the research problem and reach your research objectives. Be sure to include any visuals – charts, graphs, pie charts, etc. – that help make your case. Do not overburden the page with text to read; break up the page with dividing lines or visuals that keep the reader interested. Cite in text whenever you use your research and include the source in your References page at the end of the business report. The success of the conclusions and recommendations at the end of the report will depend on how well you present the body and supporting research.
Use Times New Roman or Calibri, 12 point, double spaced, with 1-inch margins all around.
Remaining 3-5 pages of business report; title page, letter of
transmittal, table of contents, list of figures and list of tables,
executive summary, mode of analysis or methodology, conclusions and
recommendations, appendices and references.
See lecture, textbook, resources and sample reports to help you create the remaining parts of your business report.
1.Write the remaining 3-5 pages of your business report continuing with the organization/outline you developed in the last unit (Roman numerals, decimals, or simply by using consistent headings of the same size). The body is organized in a logical way so as to address the research problem and reach your research objectives. Be sure to include any visuals – charts, graphs, pie charts, etc. – that help make your case. Do not overburden the page with text to read; break up the page with dividing lines or visuals that keep the reader interested. Cite in text whenever you use your research and include the sources in your References page at the end of the business report.
2.Create a visually appealing title page.
3.Write your letter of transmittal, using what you learned in Unit 3 on letter writing. Summarize the report briefly and find an intriguing way to present the results to your reader. Finish with how you would like your reader to respond to your letter and report.
4.Use the tools found in the lecture to create your table of contents.
5.Make a list of figures and a list of tables.
6.Write your executive summary, a brief overview of key points with special appeal to your reader.
7.Describe your mode of analysis or methodology.
8.Present your findings in a logical and appealing fashion in your conclusions section. Use the YouTube tutorials on Excel and Qualtrics (in Resources) for assistance with graphics. Make recommendations and conclusions based on your findings. The success of the conclusions and recommendations at the end of the report will depend on how well you present the body and supporting research.
9.Include any appendices (additional graphics which did not fit logically into the report).
10.Your References page should include all of the sources that you used in your report.
Use Times New Roman or Calibri, 12 point, double-spaced, with 1-inch margins all around.
Part one is due in two days and part two in one week
References have been attached, you can change one or two references.
I have attached two source that you can refer to, to draft out the research paper.
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