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    Essay #1: Starbucks: Coffee Empire Starbucks opened its first store in 1971 in Seattle. A little coffee store in a common street, but forty years later the company has more than 24.395 stores worldwide and revenues of billions of dollars each year (21.32 billion in 2016 ). It is right now a phenomenon and a guide to teach how to make a successful business. But how can a company produce these large amounts of profits with an elastic product as coffee? Maybe because for its clients the coffee…

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    The first ad is by Budweiser and is titled “Born the Hard Way”. The appeals the advertisement uses is the Plain Folks Appeal, and the adventure appeal. The ad uses the plain folks appeal by representing the main character as a German immigrant who has just came to America and has been through heck and high waters the whole way. His ship started on fire, he cut open his face, his trip was anything but easy. Once he gets to St.Louis he is greeted with a beer at a bar he goes to and the immigrant…

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    Swot Analysis Of Keiurig

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    Keurig is a coffee company. Their concept is basically instant brewing, where people can just brew a fresh cup of coffee without the whole mess in a minute or less. Keurig was a privately held business in 2002 with only $20 million dollars in revenue, until it was sold 9 years later to Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc., a publicly traded company with a net revenue of $1.36 billion and market capitalization of about $9 billion. Keurig had three significant shareholders. MDT which led the…

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    to their customer along with offering high quality coffee, in short Filiz and Smith will become a place where people can not only enjoy their drink but they can relax and get entertained as well. As mentioned above, the target market is specially the ones with the age group of 24-40 years 18-24 years and finally 13-17 years of age group. Initial group of men and women generally has higher income level along with good professional career. Moreover, this group will become major part in…

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    Café Younes, and Al Falamanki are the organizations that helped in supporting this research through explaining how do thy implement the SCM at their organization to achieve higher profits. 2.1- Café Younes 2.1.1: About Café Younes Since 1935, Café Younes have been passionate about serving their customers the best coffees from around the world. Today, after 80 years of caffeinated services, they remain committed to the heritage of quality products and special customer service. Café Younes…

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    Gross’ Starbucks Dilemma Did you know one great way to start an essay is with a question? Asking the reader a question is a great way to grab their attention. Daniel Gross, The author of “Will Your Recession Be Tall, Grande, or Venti?’’ begins his article with a question. Not only did he start with a question, but he also titled the article as a question. Nonetheless, Gross’ article was centered, informative, with suitable vocabulary, and also keeps the reader engaged. Gross does an excellent…

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    Making money has become very hard these days. One morning while drinking my coffee, I decided that I could earn extra money by opening my own lemonade stand in the neighborhood. I am very involved in the community so I should be able to attract many customers to my lemonade stand. 1. Develop a creative name for your business, and then explain why a name is important when you are considering branding options? To attract customers to my lemonade stand I need to first come up with a creative…

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    Starbucks continuously strives to differentiate itself from the likes of other coffee competitors. The vision of Howard Shultz to push the company in a direction that brings workers, customers, and coffee together proved successful. Starbucks created a “third place” for people to relax and enjoy coffee away from work and home life (Ferrell & Hartline, 2014, p.519). In addition, Starbucks provided convenience through expansion in grocery stores and new cities. These company changes molded a…

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    Chicago Fair History

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    In Erik Larson’s The Devil in the White City, Larson brought up the stories of origins if the fair, its purpose, and the impact that it had on America. Many unpopular products have become trends and the presence of those trends can still be seen today. The Chicago Fair made electricity a popular demand in business, brought new cultural trends to life, and guided us towards a more consumer-based society such as the modern one in which we live in; it even invented the Juicy Fruit gum. Due to the…

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    Tim Horton’s strengths lie in their iconic brand that has been trusted by millions of consumers for over 50 years. Its reputation is unmatchable which has created strong customer loyalty. Tim Horton’s strives for consistency and quality of their products, time and time again. Tim Horton’s three channel distribution network is effective and cost saving and ultimately satisfies with customers on time with their “freshly baked goods”. Tim Horton’s is a leader in sustained environmental…

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