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    Philadelphia I’m sure you’ve smelled it, that heavenly smell of steak onions and green peppers sizzling on an open grill. Philadelphia is a wonderful place with tons of culture, history, and even people. They bring a lot of things to this wonderful melting pot, but 3 things that first come to my mind is sights, smells, and tastes. Remember that steak from above? Yeah, that’s a phili cheese steak, and no if you haven’t gotten one from Philadelphia it’s not the same. The open grill sizzling…

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    As of right now, Tim Horton’s has three main categories which include beverages, prepared foods, and snacking items. I think Tim Hortons should be more aggressive in terms of offering customers healthier options throughout these 3 categories by adding more items to their low calorie menu and even introducing an ‘alternative diet’ subcategory under their already well known prepared foods and snacking item categories. Under this subcategory, they could introduce gluten free, vegan and dairy free…

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    The Flashlight In this essay I the writer will be talking about the inventor David Mishell and the patent of his flashlight which he created at the time the 1896. I will be talking about what was going to through previously mentioned year and all of the events. Not only will I be talking about events around the world and this piece we'll also talk my inventors homeland. In 1896 the style that they mostly had was they wore suits and dresses in the daily most wore tailored cloth. Also during…

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    Waking Up Analysis

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    Every Eli Broad College of Business student, including myself, can relate to waking up in the morning and getting ready to head over to the Broad business college complex for classes, advising appointments, guest speakers, and various other events. It’s a unique process for every individual. Personally, I start off by waking up around ten in the morning by my alarm, which always wakes me up to my favorite song. After snoozing my alarm once or twice, I get up to wash my face and brush my teeth. I…

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    When trying to lose weight or become healthier, we often think we need to kill ourselves in the gym in order to see results. Being active, and working out is only 20% of the battle. The other 70% is how we eat. Anyone can workout for an hour, but how many of us can control what we eat for the other 23-hours in the day? To find how to make healthier choices in the day I went to Hello-Bistro to check out their juice bar. Delicious Raw is Hello Bistro's juice bar where they serve a variety of…

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    What is a mission statement: A Mission statement is a means of communicating the core purpose of an Organization, who they are, what they do, and why they do what they do. For the purpose of this study I will be looking at the mission statement below: “Want to keep a team motivated? Then give them solid direction and plenty of inspiration”. I choose to review the MOLSON COORS Brewing Company’s ABOUT US Page. After a thorough view of their about us page I will sincerely say that, their driven…

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    Introduction and Purpose Systematic social observation (SSO) has been used to study “physical, social, and economic characteristics of neighborhoods” and subsequently aid in the identification and construction of “profiles of community processes” ("ICPSR-SSO," n.d.; Sampson & Raudenbush, 1999). An observational study of this type is mostly unobtrusive, and, by its nature, avoids pitfalls, that might detract from uncovering new knowledge, such as “reactivity between researcher and participant,”…

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    Boston Beer was founded by Mr. Jim Koch in 1984. Fueled by awards and recognition from prestigious beer festivals, Samuel Adams Boston Lager was available on much of the East Coast by the late 1980’s and nationally by 1992. The company went public on the New York Stock Exchange in 1995. The Company’s beers are primarily positioned in the Better Beer category of the beer industry, which includes craft (small, independent and traditional) brewers, domestic specialty beers and most imports. The…

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    Starbucks has entered in Chinese market for many years already; it has about 1500 stores in China, including 8,500 shops owned by Starbucks directly and also around 6,500 shops on franchises and licences. But Starbucks beverage product did not reach same success as the stores going. This paper will focus on Starbucks beverage products market situation in China, and design a marketing communication plan called “ Portable Starbucks with you”, the campaign will sponsor main China domestic airline…

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    7 mistakes in using omni-channel approach Our last coffee break at InfoOwl finished with new article where we try to explain why it’s so important to use omni-channel approach to satisfy your customer. Omni-channel (make it clickable for article about omni-channel) is coming after multi-channel communication, both of them are created to develop customer’s service and make clients more happy and satisfied. But why do omni-channel approach nowadays become more important than multichannel?…

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