Type of investigation: Explain clearly whether your research can be classified as an exploratory, descriptive or hypothesis testing study. Refer to the lecture notes and textbook for details on each type. – Data collection method: Explain how you are going to collect the data (e.g. postal questionnaire, telephone interview, focus group, etc) and why this fits the purpose of your research. – Sampling method: Explain whether you plan to use a probability or non-probability sampling design and the specific sampling technique. The study participants should be able to offer the right type of information to enable you address the research problem. – Accessibility issues: what accessibility issues are you likely to encounter when you collect the data? How are you going to manage the accessibility issues? – Ethical issues: You must discuss any ethical issues that are relevant to your research topic, participants, and method. Discuss how you are going to deal with the ethical issues. – Data analysis plan: how you intend to analyse the data you will collect? This section must be consistent with the previous section on data collection method and must be mindful of the nature of the data collected, whether this is quantitative or qualitative. – Research limitations: Define the limitations of the study that you believe you may encounter and could be affect the quality, scope, or value of the research. Document Preview:
Order IdEHUK4079Order TypeProposalWords2500Deadline2014-11-14TopicAnalysis of the impact of brand loyalty on increasing sales and organisational performance in banking industry: A case study on HSBC, London, UK ( Client ofSubjectBusiness PlanRefrence SystemHarvard (With Page Numbers)Writer NameD & M AssociateAdditional Requirementprovided guidlines and sampleAdmin Remark•Need a high standard of work •Please follow the primary research strictly •Do make sure all the requirements have met and cross checked. •No basic mistakes will be accepted such as – grammer , spelling error, meaningless lengthy sentences,missing references , PLAGIARISM and/or SIMILARITIES..