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  • Emirates Airlines: SWOT And PEST Analysis Of Emirates Airlines

    SWOT & PEST Analysis - Emirates Airlines SWOT As Emirates Airlines plans to increase there revenue by launching a new project, it needs to create a framework and analyse it throughly, with the help of SWOT analysis this can be achieved. SWOT - Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats Strength The most important strength, some may even consider it an asset, for emirate airlines is its brand awareness among the consumers. The Chairman of the airline - Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum is also the president of the Department of Civil Aviation which gives the airlines strong backing from the government which enabled them to create a strong hub in dubai and also other benefits such as subsidised fuel rate, premium air space,etc(——). Furthermore,…

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  • Case Analysis Of Emirates Airlines

    Emirates was started in 1985 with two aircrafts leased from Pakistan International Airport and start-up capital of $10 million. Two years later, the aircraft that the company first bought was delivered to Dubai. The company continued on a growth trajectory even in 1990 when the political situation in the region deteriorated with the Iraqi and Kuwait conflict. Over the second decade, the airline expanded its network throughout the Middle East, Asia, Europe and Africa. As the 21st century was…

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  • United Arab Emirates Case Analysis

    Currently, the United States has forces in or around much of the Middle East and the Gulf States. In some of these countries, the U.S. is fighting against an armed enemy and attempting to organize a government with the local population. When it comes to the case of the United Arab Emirates, we are supporting their fight in the armed conflicts in neighboring countries. Yet, there still remains a question as to why we are in their country supporting them. Why might America have an interest in what…

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  • United Arab Emirates Case Study

    United Arab Emirates considered to be one of the most advanced and world-class ICT infrastructures due to the highest investing in adopting and implementing ICT in its government (Al-Khouri, 2012). United Arab Emirates utilizes the world leading eGovernment program to develop its own initiatives with the consideration of the UAE federal level to transform all government services and make them available electronically through various channels. However, Government of UAE (2012) stated the…

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  • The United Arab Emirates Case Study

    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a fascinating country located southeast of the Arabian Peninsula, bordering Saudi Arabia. The UAE, specifically Dubai, is considered one of the most desirable locations to have a head office. This is because the area is growing exponentially (Culture and Work Styles, 2014). In the UAE, everything revolves around the Islamic religion/law, especially the way they do business. As reflected in Chapter three of the textbook, Management Across Cultures, as manager…

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  • The Impact Of United Arab Emirates: The Mall Of The World

    United Arab Emirates is a country full of promise and constant growth. There are always new projects and technologies popping up, and a lot of these projects aim to be “the biggest ______ in the world”. One of the issues faced by United Arab Emirates is the fact that oil will eventually run out. Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has spent the past two years working to turn his city into one that doesn’t revolve around petrodollars, UAE’s form of currency (Jennings). He wants…

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  • Case Study: The Emirate Group

    The Emirate Group plot ways to be success and profitable. It invests in products it produces, invest in their employees, invest in the infrastructure and invest in developing the technology they use. This mean that they develop in everything they work to achieve advancement. (Emirates Group Report 2013-2014, P.6) B) The increasing numbers of new customer, having customer’s loyalty, the employee’s satisfaction and motivation to work, the excellent reputation of the group as Emirates considered…

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  • Emirates Airlines Case Analysis

    Introduction Emirates Airlines is an international airline carter that introduced itself into the airline industry on 25th October 1985, in that same year it also took its first routes out of Dubai with only two aircrafts, a leased Boeing 737 and an Airbus 300 B4. Ever since its startup, the company’s goal has been kept true of favoring quality over quantity, and over the years since taking those baby steps onto the travel industry, Emirates airline as a company has grew into a globally…

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  • Emirates Nbd Case Study

    This report is an assessment of the creative and innovative management practices within Emirates NBD group & identifies the creative and innovative management practices that make it a leading brand in the region. In this report I look into the importance of creative & innovative management ideas at Emirates NBD over the years covering the changes in banking industry that were launched by Emirates NBD to enhance its existing processes and to introduce innovative services in the banking industry…

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  • Emirates Airlines Case Study

    CULTURALLY DIVERSE WORKFORCE Managers should and focus on a workforce which is culturally diverse, and this helps the organization the organization to grow and increase efficiency. Emirates workforce include over 160 nationalities with different cultural background which is marked to be a unique strength as a global organization. This diversity in workforce helps to collect new ideas, thoughts and innovations which assist the organization to touch success. Emirates airlines recruit people…

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