Ginger Design Consultancy

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This Executive Report purports to make an in-depth analysis of the financial position of 'Ginger Consultancy' as depicted by the Profit and Loss Account and the Balance Sheet of the Company for the year 2006. While comparing the financial results of the year 2006 with that of the year 2005, the report also studies the relative financial merits and makes a recommendation of one of the two levels of service under consideration for adoption by the Company…

Introduction

Moreover, being an intellectual property of the company, there is the need for the company to have sufficient protection for such kind of new services developed from infringement. Hence the report makes comprehensive recommendations on the legal options available to the company on the protection of the intellectual property, being the services developed
An evaluation of the marketing, financial and legal aspects of any new service developed is of great importance for any consultancy organization. Especially where the company has the option of offering alternative service models with varying degrees of revenue and costs it is imperative that the company makes an evaluation of the alternatives available in the angles of financial and marketing adaptability of the options. Similarly it is for the company to look after the protection of the services developed with years of hard work by adopting suitable legal steps for the protection of the copyright of such services, lest, there is the danger of them being misused by the competitors. Basically being a Report to the Management of the financial, marketing and legal angles of new services, this report deviates from the established reporting format for the purposes of coherence.
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