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Case Solution for Stack Brewing: A Little Brewery in the Big Nickel

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Case Name :      Stack Brewing: A Little Brewery in the Big Nickel
Authors :           Ron Mulholland, Cameron Brooks, Benoit Roy, Katarina Schwabe, Cassidy Stewart
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           W15161
Discipline :        Entrepreneurship
Case Length :    09 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Stack Brewing, a start-up craft brewery, has a capacity of approximately 5,600 litres per month based on twelve 117-litre batches per week. A government grant based on growth and job creation potential will help boost production capacity by five times, necessitating the development of additional distribution and marketing communication strategies. The owner cannot afford a listing in the Beer Store, the distribution monopoly owned by Labatt Breweries of Canada and Molson-Coors Canada Inc., and his budget for communications is small. While this case provides an opportunity for students to perform quantitative analysis based on revenues and market size, the focus of the case, however, is on an improved distribution and communication plan.
 
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Case Solution for Northern Drilling Inc.: The Mond Nickel Contract Decision – A Tactical Dilemma in a Growth Strategy

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Case Name :      Northern Drilling Inc.: The Mond Nickel Contract Decision – A Tactical Dilemma in a Growth Strategy
Authors :           Michael Taylor, Robert Bremner
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            W12137
Discipline :        Marketing
Case Length :    09 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Northern Drilling Inc., an exploration diamond-drilling contractor, has been asked to tender a bid for a lucrative, highly complex contract with Mond Nickel. Northern has no drills or crew currently available to work on the contract, which requires experienced drillers. Compounding the issue is a shortage of skilled labour in the industry. At the same time, Northern’s biggest client, Noranda Nickel, is seeing poor geological results on a job in the same area. Northern’s management needs to decide whether to incur additional costs and leave a capacity cushion in an effort to maintain its excellent relationship with its current client, or whether it should instead utilize the drills on the new job. The primary issue facing Northern’s management is whether Northern can handle the new contract, both financially and technically, without compromising the current job.
 
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