Assignment 1, Steps 3-6

Happy Friday everyone!

I hope you’ve all had a super productive week and are where you want to be with your assignments.

I’ve attached a link of my (very rough) draft work for steps 3-6 of Assignment 1.

Being the perfectionist I am, I’m quite apprehensive about uploading such unpolished work for public viewing, as it still requires a lot of proof-reading and editing. Some of my comments are really just rough notes at this stage, and parts of it definitely need to be made more concise as well!

I am definitely keen to receive feedback from others however, and I look forward to reading your work in return!

Hope everyone has a great weekend!

Cheers
Emma

4 thoughts on “Assignment 1, Steps 3-6

  1. Hi Emma,
    Really enjoyed reading you draft step 3-6 for Ass# 1. I have a UK company also, Wetherspoon’s its a pub and hotel company. I found it interesting reading how your company seems against the Brexit deal whereas my company’s founder is all for it. How did you manage to change the currency symbol in your company’s spreadsheet? Mine won’t change from the $$$$?

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    1. Thanks for your comment Ash! I will have a read of your draft now as well.. it’s interesting that the same event can affect companies so differently isn’t it!
      It doesn’t work in word, but in excel, you can use ALT + 0163 to make a pound symbol. I just then copied and pasted it from there into word 🙂

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  2. Your blog name is genius. I liked your summary of your companies because I was not familiar with them. I also really appreciated the way you summarised the annual reports, it’s quite easy to read that way. It’s interesting the way you integrated Brexit into it as well. And there’s no shame in Googling what you know, so that’s useful too. I do think Step 5 is a bit long, but perhaps that’s just me, so it makes it harder to follow. But overall, it’s insightful!

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