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    Executive Summary McDonald’s and Burger King are the leading fast food restaurants in the world. Both brands were established in the 1950’s and have become healthy competitors for 60 decades. Both restaurants have similar products which may meet the same need with their iconic burgers that they constantly boast about. Burger King is known to be Home of the Whooper burger whilst McDonalds boats about its Big Mac and Quarter Pounder. The Whooper and the Big Mac are known to be the best selling…

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    4.0 Discussion and Conclusion 4.1 McDonald As mentioned in case study, McDonald is applying repetitive focus strategy in food preparation process which means that McDonald able to perform business by using part families and able to prepare raw materials in advance. Therefore, combination of different part family enables McDonald to serve their customers efficiency and efficient because there are wide varieties of work cells had been prepare early and combining to make the finish products in…

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    customer service. Ray Kroc contacted the brothers, from whom he got the permission to use their sales system and name. These events caused that in 1955 in Des Plains, Illinois the first restaurant was opened, what gave rise to the entire chains of McDonald’s restaurants. Nowadays, it is the largest chain of fast-food restaurants. Goals that the company is trying to achieve in the…

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    Johns, and McDonald’s announce that they were going to serve pizza and deliver it at all their restaurants in the United States, I would continue to run my business as I am doing. McDonalds being a large corporation with many items on its menu would probably get pizza sales, and would most likely have discount pricing. The threat comes in with completive item sales. Papa John’s strives to serve its customer healthy items, but they have a limited selections of items that they sale. McDonald’s…

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    Executive summary In this research task I have decide to use two of the biggest fast food chains in South Africa, McDonald’s and Burger King. I have focused on the marketing aspect and I have discussed the seven P’s of Marketing which include price, place, promotion, product, people, process and physical evidence And I have applied the 7 P’s to McDonalds and Burger King. I have also done research on the history and background of each of the fast food restaurants. I have conducted primary…

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    ease drive-through lines too. 3) McDonald’s organizational framework impacts on its actions and assists to recognize the goals. It has big affection to help restaurant do efficient work and enhance it to reach the goals. The production area guarantee enough resources and products to exist for the McDonald’s keep on process every day, to reach the customers satisfaction. To operate this, they try to request big amounts of food from suppliers everyday because McDonald’s serves thousands of…

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    With the development of globalization, the global capitals are also extended. As a result, the world tends to be integrated, and the boundary between different countries becomes increasingly blurred. Globalization has changed the whole world. Under the circumstance, open market policies are becoming more and more important. Open market policy is especially necessary for countries to undergo the process of globalization. Now 144 countries have used open market policies, and 30 other countries…

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    Art is a communication medium upon which people express their ideas and where human relate with issues that they experience in the contemporary world. A modern dimension of art in the presents the subject of advertisement and how companies are using artistic devices stylistically to pass the message to the target audience and convince them into buying a product or service. An example of a firm that has perfected its art in convincing the reader to consider the facility is McDonalds through the…

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    especially fast food locations. Having Wi-fi is an important factor in the lives of many people, and one could say it a determining factor of where one might go. In the case of Mcdonald’s, it has been providing free Wi-Fi for many year now. McDonald’s had changed the fast food industry, in many ways that many don’t realize. The McDonald’s chain has changed the eating experience of fast food, it brings people of different backgrounds, and is defying its stereotypes. The ad is simple, but very…

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    It has only struck me now how important McDonald’s has truly been in my short lived life. In general, fast food restaurant’s are always thought of as the place everybody congregates to when they need to eat something that is quick and inexpensive. But when nearly everybody in this country will go at least once in their life, it gives you the opportunity to see all the types of people in this world, good and bad. I’m fortunate, or unfortunate enough to have gone to one many times in my life, and…

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