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Diploma of Business
BSB50207

|Course Code & Title: |BSB50207 Diploma of Business |
|Unit Code & Title: |BSBMKG501B: |
| |Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities |
|Assessments Type |Report Writing & Presentation |
|Assessment No: |One |
|Delivery and Assessment Mode(s) |Classroom |
|Term |One |
|Unit Duration |Three Weeks |

Assessment 1-Report Writing & Presentation
BSBMKG501B
Identify and evaluate marketing opportunities
BSB50207 Diploma of Business
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