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Broader product differentiation will lead to improved organizational competitiveness of Premium business segment (B2B)

Dear Regie. First of all I would like to thank to you for your great support and assistance on our live chat! Great Customer Service! Well done. As I mentioned, I am writing my Master Thesis and is seeking to get help on the Literature Review (Secondary research). As a trial to give this a try I would like to first order the Literature review and according to the outcome, I may order more as all in all I need to complete The total words of 20000. Details as below: Scope: Integration of 3 big brands in Tourism Industry going forward, there is a necessity to adopt product differentiation strategy on the premium Ad Hoc business segment. These 3 big brands provides Travel services for Inbound activities in Europe mainly for the source markets of Asia, South East Asia, India and Americas. This is a business related topic and I will provide more information to the writer as soon as I engaged. Hypothesis Ho:Broader product differentiation will not lead to improved organizational competitiveness of premium business segment Ha: Broader product differentation will lead to improved organizational competitiveness of premium business segment which I am trying to prove. Independent Variable Differentiation -Competence Center (product delivery) – Product design – Product price Dependent variable Organization’s competitiveness -market share -growth rate – expansion Thesis in general will be standard Six-Chapter Outline Title Page Authentication of work Table of contents – list contents down to subchapter level List of tables, figures, graphs and plates – indicate table or figure number, title and page. Numbering may either be continous Fig. 1 through Fig. n. or chapter based (Fig. 3.1 through Fig. 3.n). Forword Executive Summary – 2 pages which should contain 2 sentences with the highlights from each chapter CH 1 – Introduction – Background of the problem/study usually up to 5 pages CH 2 – Objectives of the study – problem statement, objectives of the study, hypothesis statement, additional research questions if needed. limitations if any. Up to 10 pages long. CH 3 – Literature review – Library research and online such as databases, collections, search engines, magazines. Collections such as, search engines google or bing – wikipedia articles/investopedia, UK Essay, Management study guides should not be used. Minimum subchapters should include introduction to your discussion, subchapters as needed to discuss the topic, conclusions which apply to your topic, around 30 pages. Timeline or subject oriented. Usage more than textbooks required, original sources and current surces. Need apprx. 40 sources on the literature review. Literature review should compare different authors on the same subject CH 4 – Collection of primary data – Min. subchapters include: Research design, instrumentation (quetionnaire design, testing, sample selection), Research administration, Analysis of responses – this chapter is around 20 pages long and should include sufficent graphics to allow a visual and verbal analysis of the responses. A blank copy of the survey should be included as an appendix. CH 5 – Analysis and conclusions – Min. subchapters include (hypo testing and analysis and conclusion). This chapter is around 10 pages long. State the null and alternative hypothesis, select a level of significance, identify the test statistic, formulate a decision rule, accept or reject the hypothesis CH 6 – Conclusions and recommendations – around 10 pages long and min. subchapters should include summary of findings, overall conclusions, Recommendations, Lessons learned / Learning aspects, ethical implications. After summarizing the work in a conclusion we must include two additional sections. Lessons learned and ethical implications. Glossary References Appendices APA style five level of organization within each chapter , Font 12 pt., 1.5 spacing, Align left, NOT centered, Chapters may begin on a separate page, subchapters do not begin on a new page, if taken from another source, cite. Citations should include author’s name or article name, unless mentioned in the text, the year of publication if more than one source used from the author, page number(s), unless merely used to discuss an author’s work in general. Footnotes are used for supplementary information or comments needed to explain the tex. Common knowledge does not have to be cited. If there is a citation, there must be corresponding entry in the reference list and the name and date should be the same in both places. Plagiarism free is a must – as the school is using plagscan – no more than 5% plagiarism allowed.