• Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

Enterprise in sport

Extracts from this document...

Introduction

Enterprise in Sport. Unit 14. Assignment Task 1. Sports Business Options. My three options. * Option one. A string of Olympic size Ice Arena's nation wide. Including built in skate shops, which make custom made to fit and customized ice skates both Hockey and figure with any design on them. There aren't many Olympic size ice rinks nation wide, many skate shops cant get skates in stock from abroad due to the huge rush for skates. Ice-skating both figure and hockey is becoming increasing more popular, due to the winter Olympics and the celebrity TV show 'Dancing on Ice'. The ice rinks that are currently open are n need of refurbishment and many are being closed down. * Option Two. Martial Art Gyms (Dojo's) across London, for young children and self-defence classes for females. This is because the streets of London are become increasingly violent and dangerous both during the day and the night-time. Children and women need to learn how to protect themselves from violence. Children at school are targets from violence also from the school bullies, there has always been bullying in schools but over the past few years, the amount of physical and psychological violence has increase resulting in children committing suicide and turning on every one. ...read more.

Middle

They therefore have a higher risk of developing serious health problems in later life, including heart attack and stroke, type 2 diabetes, bowel cancer, and high blood pressure. The risk of health problems increases the more overweight a person becomes. Being overweight as a child can also cause psychological distress. Teasing about their appearance affects children's confidence and self-esteem and can lead to isolation and depression. The number of overweight and obese children in the UK has risen steadily over the past 20 years. For the boys they have options of football, athletics, cricket and basketball and the girls can choose between football, netball, athletics and gymnastics. This could also include teaching the children about healthy eating and nutrition, letting the schools introduce junk food bans. Football would learn circuits, ladder drills, basic skills like dribbling, passing and defence. Netball and Basketball learning ball control, passing, shooting, defending. Gymnastics learning stretching, floor routines, balance beam work and so on. I have chosen business option number 1. A string of Olympic size ice rinks, with skate shops, which make custom made to fit with customisation of their skates with pictures, gems or inscriptions on them with matching accessories, like blade guards, bags and protectors. ...read more.

Conclusion

Each customisation would be optional and buyers would have the choice of buying matching accessories like outfits, bags, blade guards and protectors. The arenas hockey teams would be able to get made to fit uniforms, and have their skates and pads customised with their teams motif. The cost of skates would depend on the size and nature of the customisation ranging from �50 pound upwards. To get the business underway we would need a grant from the Lottery and Sports England. Also as Streatham Ice Arena in London, future is still not looking good, we would start by getting planning permission from Streatham council to refurbish and renovate the arena as our first project. As Streatham Ice Arena is home to many Hockey teams including the Redskins and the Warriors, it would be one of the best places to promote the new facility. Many people attend Streatham Arena daily, so to build a state of the art arena would be beneficial for the locals and those who travel miles just to go skating. There is a huge amount of money to be made from new arenas and skate shops in the next few years due to the huge demand for more skating facilities as the nation has gone ice skating crazy. ?? ?? ?? ?? Sienna Evans. Enterprise in Sport. Unit 14. Assignment Task 1. ...read more.

The above preview is unformatted text

This student written piece of work is one of many that can be found in our AS and A Level Developmental Psychology section.

Found what you're looking for?

  • Start learning 29% faster today
  • 150,000+ documents available
  • Just £6.99 a month

Not the one? Search for your essay title...
  • Join over 1.2 million students every month
  • Accelerate your learning by 29%
  • Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month

See related essaysSee related essays

Related AS and A Level Developmental Psychology essays

  1. A research project to look if bullying is spiralling out of control

    All of the respondents answered yes society does have a greater awareness. The next question I asked was were you aware of bullies being suspended/expelled when you were at school? 90% answered no they weren't aware of this. You are likely in today's schools to hear about pupils being expelled

  2. Effects of violence on Childrens mental health.

    (Byfield, 2003, p. 60). Young children are especially susceptible to media violence since a lack of real-life experience leads to an inability to judge reality from fantasy. Research indicates that living in a society where the media portrays "images of violence and messages of doom and destruction, can result in people experiencing symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress."

  1. I have decided to do my portfolio on Beaufort Park School, for several reasons. ...

    Therefore, the school needs to cater a prospectus for people who speak different languages, in order to improve access for parents who cannot speak English. Another problem is that the school prospectus doesn't clearly state the procedures for the admission of pupils, it just states their committal to equality of

  2. Myths and misperceptions about bullying - Overcoming stereotypes and false perceptions of bullying.

    high emotional intelligence, a strong sense of fair play and high integrity with a low propensity to violence. Bullies (who lack such qualities) see these as vulnerabilities to be exploited. Sometimes, behind the stereotyped "victim", is a child with a higher-than-average level of emotional maturity and a capacity to communicate maturely with adults.

  • Over 160,000 pieces
    of student written work
  • Annotated by
    experienced teachers
  • Ideas and feedback to
    improve your own work