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    Baskin-Robbins is owned by the Dunkin’ Brands, the same company that owns Dunkin’ Donuts. Currently, Dunkin’ Donuts play a much larger role in Dunkin’ Brands, representing $7.4 billion of $0.3 billion in sales for fiscal-year 2013.The store opened its doors for the first time in the mid 90’s. BR has now over 6000 stores spread across 35 countries. It has its major market penetration in the UK with 2800 outlets and Japan with 800. Its current Headquarters is…

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    Introduction: Dunkin Brands is a multinational company operating in almost 60 countries. Dunkin Brands expands on franchisee model with its two quick serving restaurant chains (QSR) Baskin and Robbins and Dunkin Donuts. Dunkin Donuts is now looking for entering the Finnish market. In 2014 Dunkin Brands did not meet its expectations and its stock price fell .Moreover many of Dunkin Donuts competitors have already taken advantage of growing Finnish fast food and coffee shop market and in…

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    2.0 SWOT Analysis Dunkin’ Donuts had grown to become one of the largest coffee and baked goods chain with 11,000 outlets operating across 33 countries. The company’s products include doughnuts, sandwiches, other bakery products such as wraps, munchkins, and cookies, and a wide variety of hot and iced beverages. As a result, the company to grasp a position as one of the top 50 franchises in the world (Fitzpatrick, 2015). Besides, the company poised to combat headwinds present in this industry as…

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    Description of Dunkin Donuts Dunkin Donuts is a multinational donut firm and coffeehouse based in the United States in Greater Boston, Massachusetts, and Canton. William Rosenberg established the firm in 1950 in Quincy, Massachusetts (Rosenberg, 2002). The firm has developed to become the largest baked goods and coffee chain globally having more than 12,000 restaurants in 36 nations. The products of the chain entail bagels, donuts, various baked products, and a broad array of iced and hot…

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    operations in 1948 at Quincy, Massachusetts. Till 1946, it offered luncheon services to workers in Boston. Their strategy was to prepare and to serve fresh coffee and donuts quickly and courteously though well-merchandised stores. They started selling donuts in 1959 and changed the name of the store to “kettle donuts”. In 1950, they assumed the corporate name of Dunkin’ Donuts. Doughnuts, based on American spelling of donut had originated from the Dutch oilcakes called “oliekoek” that are…

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    Mba 540 Final Paper

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    The rental car industry would be a great example of an oligopolistic market. There are a few major players in the industry with a few smaller brands. Their products and services do not have a distinction in differentiation yet they earn economic profits. With these smaller brands, market entry can be difficult and may take some time to develop. Nevertheless, these larger companies like Hertz, Enterprise, and Avis are unaffected by the lesser competition. These competitors will review rates…

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    Starbucks Strengths

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    tool for providing valuable insight into the company’s performance and their current position in the coffee industry by evaluating their strengths, weakness, opportunities, and threats. Since inception, Starbucks has acted in accordance with their mission statement, operated with strong ethical values, and the company is committed to reducing their environment footprint. One of Starbucks greatest strength is their dominant position in the worldwide coffee industry and their strong brand…

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    society, we as consumers naturally depend upon and welcome coffee as a warm, caffeinated, familiar, (and for some, necessary) drink that keeps the worlds moving. In fact, Dunkin’ Donuts,’ an international coffee giant and one of the companies under study in this analysis, is known for its famous slogan “America runs on Dunkin.’” Dunkin’ Donuts was founded in 1950 in Quincy, Massachusetts by William Rosenberg. Dunkin’ Donuts was successfully operated by Rosenberg and even acquired its largest…

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    Don’t you just love the small of coffee in the morning? Do you ever need that extra push to start off your day? There are many great places that come to mind where you can get this great luscious treat, but one in particular should outshine the rest, Dunkin’ Donuts. This is a great and not so unhealthy place to go if you’re ever in a hurry or just want to take the time and eat something. They have a big menu variety starting from cold/ hot drinks to sweets or sandwiches from the bakery. There…

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    Pizza Hut, is one of the many franchises that raises money for the Make-A-Wish foundation. Money is donated by customers and employees. Pizza Hut has VIP parties in which they charge a one dollar ticket price to draw, but many chose to make larger donations. They also raise money by having raffles. “ A 77-unit Pizza Hut franchisee based here, raised more than $60,000 for the northeastern Ohio Make-A-Wish Foundation, during a four-month campaign celebrating its 30th anniversary.” (Pizza Hut…

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