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Threats + Weaknesses = 6

This being an experiment presently have done some serious renovations on the village school, then established a small public library from book I have taken through donations from the university and established a IT center from machines donated by the Bellevue University. The proposed goal is to solidify the organization and expand thus I have chosen it to build on per the subject at hand.

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Company Description: Vision of Sri Lanka (VSL) is a non-profit organization designed to support various rural communities in Sri Lanka and their basic needs. This done through monetary, material, and knowledge rendering support in building community wells, supporting rural schools in their technology needs as well as library needs alongside brining in external Agricultural expertise per their efforts of husbandry. The mission of VSL is to provide within the war torn rural communities of Sri Lanka, monetary, material, and knowledge rendering support to rebuild these lost communities by empowering the farmers of these communities in securing their water, agricultural and educational needs in building a better Sri Lanka for tomorrow. Update

Market Research Update

Industry Sub Sector: Rural Development. Vision Of Sri Lanka is a dominant industry leader due to its personnel, experience and financial strengths. Industry leaders are difficult to compete against, which decreases business and investor risks. The market is quickly expanding. This lowers the threat of direct competition and increases Vision Of Sri Lanka's profits.

Market Challenges: Per describing the organization, observing the location, the independent island nation of Sri lanka in the Indian ocean with a population of 22.235 million stand as a new emergent open market for development thus it was chosen (CIA, 2017, p. n.p). Sri Lanka following its independence from the British on February 4th 1948, due to post-colonial insecurities and separatist’s ideologies against its minorities embarked on a civil war with its radical Tamil minority fraction the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) (Amarasinghe, 2011). This conflict which began in 1976 lasting almost twenty-six years hindered the country’s poli-socioeconomics growth in par with the present global economy (Rotberg, 1999, pp. 71-79).

Nevertheless, the militaristic defeat of the LTTE by the Sri Lankan military, on May 19th 2009 marked an ending to all internal turmoil uprooted due to bad post-colonial governing paving the way for a new beginning in sustaining its infrastructure in face of the future. Presently Sri Lanka entering the global economic race since 2009 inviting global investors is ranked number 48 in their openness index, a great increase compared to the global ranking of 63 in 1960 (WBNAD, 2016, p. n.p).

What’s more observing currency exchange rates in establishing an organization in Sri Lanka and persuading operation within the nation due to inflation present exchange rate per $1 is Sri Lanka Rs. 151.440 giving the upper hand in expenditure and operational costs using dollars (UNTreasury, 2017, p. n.p). This was taken to consideration as the vision of Sri lanka could be kept moving per its mission and vision even without much support from external sources even with my own individual pay checks. Opportunities: et in establishing the organization purpose and the validity of its mission and vision comes within the data presented by the Transparency International (TI) 2017. Per the scaling, scored out of 100 points Denmark and New Zealand with 90 points is ranks world’s most transparent nations with lowest levels of inequality. Sri Lanka on the other hand is scored at 35 out of 100 indicating a high level of corruption, unequal distribution of wealth and power (Staff TI, 2016, p. n.p). Sadly in most cases due to this issue unequal distribution, many of the people specifically with in the rural communities of the war torn Northern, North Western, North Central and North Eastern Sri Lanka have been deprived of the most basic needs (Chandran, 2016, p. n.p). Solutions: “The Vision of Sri Lanka” will support in their efforts per water, agricultural and educational needs. This done through monetary, material, and knowledge rendering support in building community wells, supporting rural schools in their technology needs as well as library needs alongside bringing in external Agricultural expertise per their efforts of husbandry.

Strategy Analysis Update

Vision Of Sri Lanka's business strategy is to keep things simple. Clearly-defined strategies lower business risks by staying within their areas of expertise. Vision Of Sri Lanka possesses significant barriers to entry that slows competitive threats and increases profits. A culture that experiments produces better long term value. Vision Of Sri Lanka's experimentations yield new products and services that outpace competitive threats. Vision Of Sri Lanka's strategy is to continuously improve. This helps to fend against competitive threats and increases shareholder returns.

Strategy: Vision Of Sri Lanka targets customers who have very specific needs and with solutions that are difficult to replicate. (read more). Therefore in an attempt to establish Equality and Equity within the affected rural communities of Sri Lanka the proposed organization “The Vision of Sri Lanka” will support in their efforts per water, agricultural and educational needs. This done through monetary, material, and knowledge rendering support in building community wells, supporting rural schools in their technology needs as well as library needs alongside bringing in external Agricultural expertise per their efforts of husbandry. Competitive Advantages: The unique advantage over the competition is the manner in which VSL, will triangulate interdependently the key elements encompassing all the basic needs of the rural communities of Sri Lanka

Financial Analysis Update

Present Budget of VSL being Rs. 10,000.00 annually, following ongoing strategic planning process calculating expected income through fundraisers, external sources and internal sources alongside support from the Sri Lankan government and NGO's a total future budget of Rs.100,000.00 monthly is anticipated. Current Revenue Sources: Fundraisers : US 300.00 Approximately, Support Internal and External : US 500.00, Donations of Items needed Future Revenue Sources: Fundraisers : US 800.00 Approximately, Support Internal and External : US 600.00