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MH SINAR RESOURCES SDN. BHD.
PT 2167 taman seri desa pahLAwan, kota bharu, kelantan.
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BUSINESS PLAN mh sinar resources sdn. bhd.
MH SINAR RESOURCES SDN. BHD.
PT 2167 taman seri desa pahLAwan, kota bharu, kelantan.
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BUSINESS PLAN mh sinar resources sdn. bhd.

Prepared by: AinFazlinMohdPodzi (KBA 14012) Nuruljannah Mohammad (KBA 14028) NurSyamimiRamli (KBA 14027) Siti Khadijah Abdul Halim (KBA 14020) Prepared by: AinFazlinMohdPodzi (KBA 14012) Nuruljannah Mohammad (KBA 14028) NurSyamimiRamli (KBA 14027) Siti Khadijah Abdul Halim (KBA 14020)

Contents
1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2
2.0 INTRODUCTION 3
3.0 THE VISION AND MISSION 5
4.0 THE OPPORTUNITY 6 4.1 PESTLEANALYSIS…………………………………………………………………….…..6 4.2 SWOT ANALYSIS 123
5.0 MARKET RESEARCH 17 5.1 FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS…………………………………………………………………. 5.2 MARKET ANALYSIS………………………………………………………………………. 5.3 COMPETITORS ANALYSIS……………………………………………………………….
6.0 BRANDING 35
7.0 RESOURCES AND FINANCE 37
8.0 RECOMMENDATION 38
9.0 REFERENCES 43
10.0 APPENDIX 45

1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
The purpose of this business plan is to create the image of business potential growth of MH Sinar Resources if they are given the opportunity for expanding it. MH Sinar Resources is a small medium enterprise (SME) business and had operated from 13th of March 2013. Since that, they are practicing a poor performance due to lack of experience, knowledge and expertise. They are operating the business without any proper documentation system.
Most of SME business are having the same situation and difficulties to sustain and as well as to expand their business and facing the challenges to compete with the well-established business within the same industry. These will create the huge gap between the ‘newbies’ and the existence business.
Among the problems…...

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