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    History: McDonald's is an American hamburger fast food. It began in 1940 as a barbecue restaurant opened by Richard and Maurice McDonald. In 1948, they restarted their business as a hamburger stand, using production line strategies. The first McDonald's franchise opened up in Phoenix, Arizona in 1953. Ray Kroc then joined the company as a franchise agent and purchased the business from the McDonald brothers. Now days, McDonald's is one of the world's largest restaurant chains, with a daily…

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    Economic Environment - McDonalds ' website has information about their start and growth, Ray Kroc “in 1955, founded the McDonalds ' System, Inc” then a few years later obtained exclusive rights to use the name McDonald’s. Notably, the demand for the burgers kept growing to the point by 1958 they had sold their “100 millionth hamburger.” Ray Kroc establishes a fast food empire that became famous for providing the same kind of food items no matter which McDonalds you went to the meals and methods…

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    endless. As a result, acquiring food has never before been easier.Unfortunately, the consumption of a Big mac from McDonald’s seems to top people’s “go to” list. With cheap prices and fast service, what could be better? Placing millions of more dollars into an already multi-millionaire’s pocket. Furthermore, scientists have pointed fingers, blaming fast-food industries such as McDonald’s for “contributing to rising rates of obesity in many western countries.” However, fast-food industries are…

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    In our day to day lives mostly everyone will enjoy McDonald’s every once in a while, even though you might not be a fan of fast food. McDonald 's Corporation is a multimillion dollar global business. Though the meals they serve may be cheap, the negative effects they carry could greatly outweigh the positive effects so much more than one might think. In this report the pros and cons of McDonalds will be discussed and then the casting of the judgement of if it’s a good or bad global citizen will…

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    Mcdonald's Pest Analysis

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    Its strategic planning process McDonald’s strategic plan is called ‘plan to win’. The concept of this plan is for McDonald’s to not be the biggest fast food restaurant chain, but to be the best fast food restaurant chain. McDonald’s tries to achieve this by applying the five P’s: People, products, place, price and promotion. Along with this they also incorporate geographic strategic plans. In Malaysia, McDonald’s strategic plan continues to focus on breakfast, chicken, beverages and convenience…

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    burger and sandwich product chain, the main competitor is obviously famous Burger King’s and Subway, in particular Burger King’s stand the roughly 2 percent of the market share. Therefore, McDonald’s have to keep its competitive to survive from the completion. Basically, related the strength of the McDonald’s from pestle analysis, keep creative is indeed and cannot replaced. In order to build best quick service fast food chain, the most basic thing is make your fast food healthy and…

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    expansion and adaptation, McDonald’s has developed many partnerships over the years. McDonald’s partners with various companies to put themed toys in its Happy Meals, to help promote its business to children. Some of its partnerships are also with community-based and cultural organizations including the Asian American Justice Center, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and The Wounded Warrior Project, to reach more consumers. In the 1990s, McDonald’s partnered with the…

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    Introduction: McDonald’s is one of the largest and most popular, franchise based fast food restaurant companies in the United States and the world. Their core menu items include Beef Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers, McNuggets, and French fries. They are also known for one of their popular desserts: the apple pie and their recently introduced breakfast sandwich: the Egg McMuffin. Over the years, McDonald's has spanned its operations to more than 32,000 branches, serving in 117 countries. More than 75%…

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    Analysis of McDonald's Customer Service McDonald's is probably the best company in the world in the sector of fast food service. This company has become the global leader in the fast food industry through its diverse categories of fast food. There is hardly any elegant fast food that is not produced by McDonald's. The chain of this restaurant business is spread all around the world. It is getting bigger and better with the time. But, the most amazing, most noticed, most analyzed, and most…

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    Price: McDonalds involves various price bundling strategies that offer bundling products with meals and other products for customers. To ensure customers buy more products McDonalds focuses on psychological pricing strategies in its marketing mix that appear affordable to customers. They had reduced prices in India by almost 25 % so that customers prefer McDonalds as lunch and dining place. Its primary competitors are KFC, Subway, Pizza Hut and Dominos. As part of the promotional pricing…

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