Operation plan, Marketing Management

Operation Plan

Description of company's Operation

Schovas which stands for spicy chocolate, vanilla ,strawberry ice cream, will open its first store in central market. The store has a lot to offer from all age range which means that noone is neglected. The ice creams will be displayed whereby customer could easily make there choice nd even taste before purchasing.

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