principles of international strategy on Biosata Organics Pty Ltd


Assessment Description
The purpose of this individual assignment is to apply the principles of international strategy to an
Australian firm.

Biosata Organics Pty Ltd is an Australian honey production firm based in Mount Kuring-gai in Sydney
( The firm produces organic honey for both domestic use and export. This
assignment requires you to read about the firm using its websites and other news sources, and also read
about the honey industry and Australian honey exports. Based on that research, you will be required to
develop an international risk assessment for the firm relating to the export of its products. You can
identify risks for a specific country or region, or generic risks. You will summarise these risks in a
PowerPoint slide set presented to the owner of the firm, Andrey Zubko and the board of directors.

The international risk assessment needs to include:
1. Risks to Biosata of exporting its honey.
2. Levels of risks (using high, medium or low risk ratings).
3. Recommend mitigation methods for each risk.
4. The impact of environmental factors in Australia and in the destination country on Biosata’s
5. Final conclusions on whether the risk and the reward are balanced such that the firm should export
its honey.
You are required to do this in 15 PowerPoint slides (not including cover sheet and references), converted
to PDF and uploaded to the assignment submission link.
The assessment does not require you to present your findings in class, but merely upload your
submission to the assessment link.


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Assessment Information
There is no word count for this assessment; only a slide count of 15 slides (plus or minus 10%, not
including cover sheet and reference slides). The slides can contain diagrams of your own creation if you
wish to include them, but cannot link to any videos or external content. The slides need to be legible and
written so a person reading them could draw sufficient conclusions about the risks.
You also need to have your transcript (which is an elaborate form of headings and dot point you
have used in your respective slide/s) of presentation in the notes section of your PPT. If you are
unsure, please see attached PDF called how to save your PPT to PDF with notes in your
assessment table under assessment 3 instructions
It is left to your discretion to choose the headings and detailed content of your slide deck. Remember
that this is an international risk assessment, so it needs to be specific to risk, not to other generic business factors.

The slide deck should have 10 references, of which at least five should be academic references (such
as journals or books). Non-academic sources could include corporate websites, government
publications, industry reports, census data, or newspaper articles. In referencing sources, you must apply
Harvard Referencing Style to your in-text citations and your reference list.
Assignment Submission
This file must be submitted as a ‘PDF’ document to avoid any technical issues that may occur from
incorrect file format upload. Uploaded files with a virus will not be considered as a legitimate submission.
Turnitin will notify you if there is any issue with the submitted file. In this case, you must contact your
lecturer via email and provide a brief description of the issue and a screen shot of the Turnitin error
You are also encouraged to submit your work well in advance of the deadline to avoid any possible delay
with the Turnitin similarity report or any other technical difficulties that may occur.

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