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Hesling decided that the request for an upgrade to business class be refused on the ground that MSD did not support the request and the Applicant was informed accordingly. (...) Farmer, and that there was no hidden policy against granting approval for business class upgrades without regard to the merits dictated by a staff member’s medical need. (...) The requirement that the Organization’s MSD should be asked whether they support a request for business class travel on medical grounds is eminently reasonable.
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Score: 414227.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2013-139.pdf
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Core ICT Business Indicators UNCTAD ICT and E-Business Branch 06/21/07 / 6 B2. (...) Core ICT Business Indicators UNCTAD ICT and E-Business Branch 06/21/07 / 8 B4. (...) Core ICT Business Indicators UNCTAD ICT and E-Business Branch 06/21/07 / 9 B5.
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Score: 401726 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...usinesses%20Bangkok%202007.pdf
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Moscow_3_5 June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 1 Oscar González Soto ITU Consultant Expert Strategic Planning and Assessment ITU/ BDT ITU/ BDT ««Training and Trials on Network Training and Trials on Network Planning Tools for Evolving Network ArchitecturesPlanning Tools for Evolving Network Architectures »» June 4June 4 --8 20078 2007 Moscow, Russian FederationMoscow, Russian Federation Business Planning and ModelingBusiness Planning and Modeling June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 2 Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling ContentContent • Role of Business Planning today • Basic business concepts • Telecom business modeling June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 3 – Forecast solutions, costs and revenues – Evaluate future Cashflows, NPV, IRR, ROI, etc. – Perform “What-if” analysis for optional alternatives on Volume of customers, customer mixes and services domains – Perform benchmarking with “best in class” operators –– Decision making on strategy and actions in competit ion Decision making on strategy and actions in competit ion based on quantified evaluationsbased on quantified evaluations – Recommend alternatives and actions to ensure succes s Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling RoleRole ofof Business PlanningBusiness Planning June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 4 Business PlanningBusiness Planning and and ModelingModeling DefinitionDefinition ofof business planbusiness plan A Business Plan presents the calculation of the financi al indicators that enable the managers to evaluate the financial perfor mances of an entreprise in order to take decisions. 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June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 5 Business PlanningBusiness Planning and and ModelingModeling Types of Types of business planbusiness plan ss Strategic Business Plan for evaluating a strategy: • aid for making internal decisions for the whole company (strategic guidelines at the national level, all market s) Tactical Business Plans for specific projects : • aid for making internal decisions for a particular area, or a market segment: IN, mobiles, IP Short term Business Plans for management control : • aid for monitoring the implementation of projects • preparation and follow-up of budgets, June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 6 Business PlanningBusiness Planning and and ModelingModeling IterativeIterative processprocess for for evaluationevaluation Strategic objectives, strategic guidelines Business Plan Human resources planning Operations planning Marketing planning Network planning Evaluation modifications modifications modifications modifications June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 7 Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling Interaction between analysis and business planInteraction between analysis and business plan Analysis SWOT Pricing Service portfolio Technologies used Action plans Business Plan Costs models Revenues Financial indicators Evaluation Sensitivity studies what parameters to improve, how to adjust models June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 8 Business PlanningBusiness Planning and and ModelingModeling Business model structureBusiness model structure Demand Tariffs Corporate Customers Revenue CAPEX OPEX Evaluation with Ratios and financial indicators : NPV, IRR, pay-back, EVA, ROCE Human Resources Ordinary Customers Revenue June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 9 Total Revenues Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling Services Revenues calculationServices Revenues calculation Customers Services Telephone connection fee rental fee local calls ld calls idd calls Leased lines Mobiles Added value services Data Video June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 10 Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling Expenses calculationExpenses calculation Customers Services Network construction operations extension CAPEX OPEX Customer Care provisioning repairing call center Marketing Billing Labour Costs Administrative & general costs June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 11 Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling Financial StatementFinancial Statement Income Statement : Net income = revenues - expenses Balance Sheet: Company capital = Assets - liabilities Cash flow statement : Cash balance = Inflows - outflows All fundamental financial indicators are carried out with the elements of these 3 statements June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 12 Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling Financial indicators calculationFinancial indicators calculation The most useful economical indicators are : - Net present value (NPV) - Internal rate of return (IRR) - Discounted Payback period (DPP) - Net cash flow (NCF) - Discounted cash flow (DCF) - Operating income - Revenue per service/service class June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 13 Business Planning and ModelingBusiness Planning and Modeling The purposes of the accounting statementsThe purposes of the accounting statements Income statement to analyze potential profit is the profit enough ? (...) Enough/ too much debt Cash-Flow statement to make payments at every due date to have the right cash at the right time June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 14 Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling Income statementIncome statement CAPEX OPEX Revenues EBITDA Earning before income taxes, depreciation and amortization Net Income Depreciation Taxes - + - -- - EBIT Earning before interests, and income taxes, June 2007 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 15 Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling CAPEX: Capital Expenditures CAPEX contribute to extend the fixed assets, and they are depreciated over an economic life time CAPEX are necessary for extending the business or for improving the range of services provided by the operator.
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Score: 401159.62 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...7/Presentations/Moscow_3_5.pdf
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Date Statement CSD-18 Access statements by clicking here CSD-17 May 15, 2009 Closing Statement by Business and Industry May 12, 2009 Statement by Business and Industry during Multi-stakholder Dialogue May 4, 2009 Statement by Business and Industry CSD-17 IPM February 27, 2009 Closing Statement by Business and Industry Statement by Business and Industry on Inter-Lingakes/Cros-Cutting Issues February 26, 2009 Statement by Business and Industry on Africa Statement by Business and Industry on Desertification February 25, 2009 Statement by Business and Industry on Drought Statement by Business and Industry on Land February 24, 2009 Statement by Business and Industry on Agriculture February 23, 2009 Statement made by Business and Industry during the Multi-stakeholder Dialogue CSD-16 May 15, 2008 Statement by Mr. (...) Jack Moss on behalf of the Business and Industry on water and sanitation May 12, 2008 Statement by Business and Industry on SIDS   Statement by Mr. (...) Sukalac, Head of Information and Communications, International Fertilizer Industry Association (IFA) CSD-15 May 11, 2007 Closing Statement by Business and Industry May 2, 2007 Statement by Business and Industry Group on Interlinkages, cross-cutting issues and means of implementation May 1, 2007 Statement by Business and Industry on Climate Change   Statement by Business and Industry at the Multi-stakeholder dialogue   Statement by Business and Industry on Industrial Development Change   Statement by Business and Industry on Air Pollution/Atmosphere CSD-15 IPM Mar 2,  2007 Closing statement by  Business and Industry Mar 1, 2007 Statement by Business and  Industry on Interlinkages and cross-cutting issues May 28, 2007 Statement by Business and Industry and Climate Change   Statement by Business and Industry on Air Pollution Feb 27,  2007 Statement by Business and Industry on Industrial Development   Statement by Business and Industry on Energy for Sustainable Development Feb 26,  2007 Opening Statement by Business and Industry CSD-14 May 11, 2006 Statement by  Business Action for Energy May 5, 2006 Business Action for Energy   Thematic session: Investing in energy and industrial development: challenges and opportunities May 4, 2006 Thematic Discussion - Integrated Approach to Addressing Air Pollution   Thematic Discussion: Sustainable Industrial Development for poverty eradication May 3, 2006 Statement by Business and Industry -part I   Statement by Business and Industry -part II   Thematic Discussion - Enhancing Energy Efficiency as it relates to public transportation and facilitating the deployment of energy efficient technologies May 2, 2006 Business and Industry Major Group Intervention - Access to Energy   Thematic Discussions: Energy Efficiency   Intervention by Business and Industry CSD-13 Apr 22, 2005 Business and Industry Major Group statement Apr 21, 2005 Business Action for Water (BAW) Apr 13, 2005 Statement by Business and Industry Human Settlements: Job Creation and Enterprise Creation Apr 12, 2005 Intervention of the Business and Industry Major Group; Delivered by Robert Martin, World Business Council for Sustainable Development   Statement by Business and Industry Access to Basic Sanitation and Hygiene & Wastewater Treatment, Recycling and Reuse   Statement by Business and Industry Human Settlements: Job Creation and Enterprise Creation CSD-12 Apr 19, 2004 Business and Industry Opening statement MG Sector Information Business & Industry Documents Statements Case Studies Special Day Partnerships Declarations Organising Partners [an error occurred while processing this directive]
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Score: 400809.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/dsd/dsd...g/mg_busiindu_statements.shtml
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Article 5 Duties, powers and responsibilities of district business registration offices 1. To receive directly business registration application files from individual household businesses, to consider the regularity of the files, and to issue business registration certificates to such businesses. 2. (...) To revoke business registration certificates of individual household businesses in the following circumstances: (a) Failure to conduct business activities for a period of sixty (60) days from the date of issuance of the business registration certificate; (b) Cessation of business activities for sixty (60) consecutive days without informing the district business registration office at which they have registered business; (c) Transfer of business location to another district; (d) Conducting prohibited lines of business. (...) An enterprise may include its lines of business or one of its auxiliary lines of business in its name.
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Score: 400726.51 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/vnm_e/WTACCVNM38A1_LEG_6.pdf
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In particular, we use information on the industry of the business and the manager of the business to match businesses between the 2002 and 2004 surveys. (...) Larger household businesses are more likely to hold a business license (37% of large businesses hold a business license, while 6% of small businesses do) and hire workers from outside of the household (23% of large businesses hire outside labor versus only 3% of small household businesses). (...) We examine the following household business performance measures: household business revenue, the probability that a business hires outside labor, the probability that a business has a business license (a first step toward formality), and the probability that a household business exits.
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Score: 400693.65 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...gtdw_e/wkshop17_e/mccaig_e.pdf
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The proportion of businesses using the Internet is calculated by dividing the number of in-scope businesses using the Internet by the total number of in-scope businesses. (...) The proportion of businesses with an intranet is calculated by dividing the number of in-scope businesses with an intranet by the total number of in- scope businesses. (...) The proportion of businesses with a LAN is calculated by dividing the number of in-scope businesses with a LAN by the total number of in-scope businesses.
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Score: 400583.45 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/...20Muriel%20Guigue%20-%20EN.pdf
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ANNEX 3 BUSINESS LICENSE REGULATION (DRAFT COPY) BUSINESS LICENCE ACT 2002 BUSINESS LICENCE REGULATIONS 2002 In exercise of the powers conferred by section 23 of the Business Licence Act 2002, the Minister with the consent of Cabinet hereby makes the following regulations - 1) SHORT TITLE 1. (...) WHERE A PERSON ENGAGES IN MORE THAN ONE BUSINESS ACTIVITY, A BUSINESS LICENCE MUST BE OBTAINED FOR EACH BUSINESS ACTIVITY. 5) ISSUE OR REFUSAL OF BUSINESS LICENCE III. 1. (...) THE BUSINESS LICENSING OFFICER SHALL ESTABLISH AND MAINTAIN A BUSINESS LICENCE REGISTER IN A FORM APPROVED BY THE BUSINESS LICENSING OFFICER. 2.
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Score: 400552.88 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/ton_e/WTACCTON11A1_LEG_1.pdf
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Microsoft PowerPoint - 3 5_ Soto.ppt July 2006 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 1 Oscar González Soto ITU Consultant Expert Strategic Planning and Assessment ITU / BDT Regional Network Planning ITU / BDT Regional Network Planning Workshop with Tool Case Studies for the Workshop with Tool Case Studies for the Arab RegionArab Region Cairo Cairo -- Egypt, 16Egypt, 16–– 27 July 200627 July 2006 Business Planning and ModelingBusiness Planning and Modeling July 2006 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 2 Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling ContentContent • Role of business Planning today. Basic concepts • Telecom business modeling • Typical evaluation results July 2006 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 3 Business PlanningBusiness Planning and and ModelingModeling DefinitionDefinition ofof business plan business plan A Business Plan presents the calculation of the financial indicators that enable the managers to evaluate the financial performances of an entreprise in order to take decisions. (...) July 2006 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 4 Business PlanningBusiness Planning and and ModelingModeling Types of Types of business planbusiness planss Strategic Business Plan for evaluating a strategy: • aid for making internal decisions for the whole company (strategic guidelines at the national level, all markets) Tactical Business Plans for specific projects : • aid for making internal decisions for a particular area, or a market segment: IN, mobiles, IP Short term Business Plans for management control : • aid for monitoring the implementation of projects • preparation and follow-up of budgets, July 2006 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 5 Business PlanningBusiness Planning and and ModelingModeling IterativeIterative processprocess for for evaluationevaluation Strategic objectives, strategic guidelines Business Plan Human resources planning Operations planning Marketing planning Network planning Evaluation modifications modifications modifications modifications July 2006 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 6 Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling Interaction between analysis and business planInteraction between analysis and business plan Analysis SWOT Pricing Service portfolio Technologies used Action plans Business Plan Costs models Revenues Financial indicators Evaluation Sensitivity studies what parameters to improve, how to adjust models July 2006 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 7 Business PlanningBusiness Planning and and ModelingModeling Business model structureBusiness model structure Demand Tariffs Corporate Customers Revenue CAPEX OPEX Evaluation with Ratios and financial indicators : NPV, IRR, pay-back, EVA, ROCE Human Resources Ordinary Customers Revenue July 2006 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 8 Total Revenues Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling Services Revenues calculation Services Revenues calculation Customers Services Telephone connection fee rental fee local calls ld calls idd calls Leased lines Mobiles Added value services Data Video July 2006 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 9 Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling Expenses calculationExpenses calculation Customers Services Network construction operations extension CAPEX OPEX Customer Care provisioning repairing call center Marketing Billing Labour Costs Administrative & general costs July 2006 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 10 Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling Financial StatementFinancial Statement Income Statement: Net income = revenues - expenses Balance Sheet: Company capital = Assets - liabilities Cash flow statement : Cash balance = Inflows - outflows All fundamental financial indicators are carried out with the elements of these 3 statements July 2006 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 11 Business Planning Business Planning andand ModelingModeling Financial indicators calculationFinancial indicators calculation The most useful economical indicators are : - Net present value (NPV) - Internal rate of return (IRR) - Discounted Payback period (DPP) - Net cash flow (NCF) - Discounted cash flow (DCF) - Operating income - Revenue per service/service class July 2006 ITU/BDT Network Planning/ Business Planning - O.G.S. slide 12 Business Planning and ModelingBusiness Planning and Modeling The purposes of the accounting statements The purposes of the accounting statements Income statement to analyze potential profit is the profit enough ?
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Score: 400515.65 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...sentations/Cairo_3_5_OSoto.PDF
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The proportion of businesses using the Internet is calculated by dividing the number of in-scope businesses using the Internet by the total number of in-scope businesses. (...) The proportion of businesses with an intranet is calculated by dividing the number of in-scope businesses with an intranet by the total number of in-scope businesses. (...) The proportion of businesses with a LAN is calculated by dividing the number of in-scope businesses with a LAN by the total number of in-scope businesses.
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Score: 400503.76 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/.../18_MM_Business_indicators.pdf
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