Dunkin' Donuts

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  • Dunkin Donuts History

    William Rosenberg opened his first donut shop in Quincy, Massachusetts in 1948, it was named Open Kettle. Two years later, he renamed it Dunkin Donuts. It is easy to assume that a chain restaurant will be the same at any location. Often chain restaurants are a place where people come and go because they are in a rush. However, at the Middleton Dunkin Donuts, there is a true community of coffee drinker. At first glance, there are customers in and out getting coffee and donuts. Immediately after entering, the smell of the seasonal pumpkin flavors was noticeable. There were people standing waiting for their orders to be taken. Some people just come in to get their coffee and leave. While others take time out of their day to sit and enjoy their coffee. They sit at small brown tables. The workers recognized people by their regular coffee order. Between the worker and certain customers there was more than just an average greeting. Workers would ask questions including, “How was your daughter’s wedding?”, or, “Did Mary have the baby?”. Customers have a personal relationship with employees. If they didn’t get coffee every afternoon, then they never would not have got to know each other. Dunkin Donuts is a place for…

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  • Essay On Dunkin Donuts

    International Expansion Strategy One of the leading players in the international donut and coffee restaurant chains, “Open kettle” promoted by William Rosenburg started its 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…

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  • Swot Analysis And SWOT Analysis Of Dunkin Donuts

    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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  • Dunkin Donuts Rhetorical Analysis

    Dunkin Donuts It started with Dunkin Donut, an organization that Rachel Doucet worked for, and she said, “It really is a circus at times”. I interviewed Rachel Doucet who happens to works at Dunkin Donuts and I will do a critical analysis on the metaphors that she mentioned about Dunkin Donuts as an organization. It is based on a fast-food industry as an organization and how the people work as well interact in the workforce. I did a fifteen minutes interview and analyzed on the metaphors…

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  • Dunkin Donuts: Company Overview

    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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  • Dunkin Donuts Research Paper

    Not Your Mom and Pop Donut Shop I haven’t met a donut I didn’t like. They’re all so good. Donuts are what bagels aspire to become but never make it. I’m pretty sure I can single handedly take out a dozen donuts if I let myself. So this time I only ate half. New to Villa Park is Dunkin Donuts. There is no where to sit down in this place and there are so many people. To begin with Dunkin Donuts is a donut chain that is typically found in the Midwest and East coast. With the popularity…

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  • Dunkin Donuts Vs Krispy Kreme Essay

    An age old argument is the debate between the two most popular doughnut shops in the nation, Dunkin’ Donuts and Krispy Kreme. One is known for the classic glazed doughnut and the iconic paper hat, and the other is more recently popular and known for a delicious coffee-doughnut combination. While Krispy Kreme has the allure of showing their glazing process and is considered the epitome of hot, fresh doughnuts, for the reasons of exhibiting more variety and offering better availability, Dunkin’…

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  • Dunkin Donuts Case Analysis Essay

    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 competitor…

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  • Dunkin Donuts Job Analysis

    Opening soon; new Dunkin Donuts As a newly promoted district manager my goal is to share my passion for results while expanding my managerial skills, problem solving, and decision making skills, at each of the five different locations. There are many things that I now have to take care of as a District Manager with being responsible for five different stores; I will work hard at making each store as successful as possible to achieve this; by utilizing the vast support network and franchising…

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  • Dunkin Donuts: Monitoring Employees Communication

    (b) In one paragraph identify 1 real organization that you think is efficient an effective and support your answer by giving specific examples. Dunkin Donuts has undergone a brand transformation over the years with newer stores and updated technology. One that stands out from is their mobile payment application that was introduced in 2012 (Dunkin ' Donuts offers mobile payment app of its own). The app is free for customers to join and encourages customers to pay for coffee, donuts, and…

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