Amalgamation What Is Amalgamation? An amalgamation is a combination of two or more companies into a new entity. Amalgamation is distinct from a merger because neither company involved survives as a legal entity. Instead, a completely new entity is formed to house the combined assets and liabilities of both companies. The term amalgamation has …. Read More
YHWH HAMASCHIAC School, SS2 Commerce Examination, Easter Term, 2021. SS2 Commerce Examination Time: 1hr:30mins. Answer three questions. 1. Name four types Cooperative Societies . – write briefly on Marketing Cooperative society. 2. Name three advantages of trade Associations to its members . 3. Explain the term, ” 4. What is ” trade barrier?” 4b. Explain …. Read More
YHWH HAMASCHIAC School, SS2 Commerce Examination, Easter Term, 2021. SS2 Commerce Examination Time: 1hr:30mins. Answer three questions. 1. Name four types Cooperative Societies . – write briefly on Marketing Cooperative society. 2. Name three advantages of trade Associations to its members . 3. Explain the term, ” 4. What is ” trade barrier?” …. Read More
Introduction to Capital Martket. Capital market refers to a broad spectrum of tradeable assets that includes the stock market as well as other venues for trading different financial products.The stock market allows investors and banking institutions to trade stocks, either publicly or privately. …. Read More
Methods of Raising Funds by Companies In an economy, there are various forms of market. One such form is the financial market, a place where financial assets are created and exchanged. This financial market has two major classifications – capital market and …. Read More
Capital for Business Investment- Sources. Business Funding can be quite an herculean task, so you will need The MOST HIGH GOD, HIS Grace and superman-like efforts in addition to other technicalities provided by HIM. Many entrepreneurs do not know where to acquire funding when starting out or expanding. If you know …. Read More
Transportation is a major contributor to the economy and a competitive force in business. It is the activity that physically connects the business to its supply chain partners, such as suppliers and customers, and is a major influence on the customer’s satisfaction with the company.
Forms Of Transportation Mode of transport is a term used to distinguish between different ways of transportation or transporting people or goods. The different modes of transport are air, water, and land …. Read More
Functions Seaports and Airports Basic Concepts Seaports are important interfaces in the supply chain between sea and land transportation and a component of freight distribution as the entrance of produce, merchandise and passengers to a country, but as well as the exit door to all the exports to the international markets. …. Read More
Communication in Business Introduction Communication is an essential element in the success of any business. The process of transferring information from one person to another, within and outside the business environment, is termed as ‘Business Communication.’ The term ‘Business Communication’ is derived from general communication which …. Read More
1st CA Test Commerce: Area of Concentration. Capital market. transport/logistics in commerce.
Commerce Continuous Assessment Test Time : 2hours. Attempt 2 questions. 1. What is capital market? 1a. List three functions of capital market. 2. The money market is a sub-section of the financial market that trades in short term financial funds and financial assets. True/ false? 2b. Unlike the stock exchange, the …. Read More
Marketing Marketing refers to activities a company undertakes to promote the buying or selling of a product or service. Marketing includes advertising, selling, and delivering products to consumers or other businesses. Some marketing is done by affiliates on behalf of a company. …. Read More
Commerce Examination, 2021. Time: 2 houra Answer all questions accurately in The GREAT NAME AND The GREAT YHWH, HAMASCHIAC (LORD CHRIST). 1. What are the 4Ps of marketing? 2. In the commercial distribution of goods and services, why is “place” an important factor? 3. List and …. Read More