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    McDonald’s was bought in 1955 by Ray Kroc. He wants to fulfil individual demand. In the 1970s and 1980s Mc Donald became famous (Speculations, 2016). McDonald’s introduce different ideas such as introducing breakfast, various adult menu and healthier food etc. The main focus of McDonald’s is customer wants and expectations. Market orientation main aim is customer and what are their requirements. McDonald’s changed their packaging and replaced with paper packaging, they want their customers to…

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    The human obesity has drastically changed as the rate of the McDonald 's sales increased. The United States has now been announced to be the fattest nation in the world about 60 percent of all United State adults are obese and are not healthy. McDonalds is a global joint and a place that sales about 46 million meals a day. This has changed the world because McDonalds is making the people crave more fast food and causing them to be obese. Obesity is a national epidemic and has impacted the world…

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    opening of the marketplace to foreign investment allowed McDonald’s to capitalize on the changes within China that were leading to economic growth and urbanization. Lessons learned during the expansion into Japan helped with the expansion into China. The increased buying power of the citizens provided broad appeal for investment into QSR; McDonald’s faced cultural and political influences effectively adapting to the China market. McDonald’s is second to KFC in the Chinese market and utilizes…

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    Introduction This assignment is regarding on McDonald’s SWOT analysis. At first, this assignment gives background details of McDonald and competitor analysis. After that, SWOT analysis will be explained and discussed. Conclusion will be given at the end. Background of McDonald McDonald’s is an international brand of fast food restaurant which is one of largest franchises in the world. McDonald’s provides locally-relevant and quality food and drinks at various affordable price such as…

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    customer satisfaction, by adding to the menu they have made greater variety and given the customer more choice. Finally they attempted to create a healthy image through introducing the ‘veggie’ burger and tofu burgers. According to the SWOT analysis, McDonald’s opportunities lay in their ability to increase the number of outlets. They accomplished this and today there are more than 900 restaurants across Australia. This is a great example of McDonalds using their strengths and opportunities to…

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    For example, has been appointed ambassador like Justin Timberlake for McDonald’s worldwide “lovin’ it” campaign. 5. Economic • Inflation and interest rate • Unemployment and cyclicality • Energy cost and transport cost • To relate with case study: In 2003 the McDonalds restaurants in Hong Kong cooked 32.5 million eggs, prepared more than 25 million pounds of French fries and grilled more than 4.4 million pounds of beef patties to the satisfaction of its customers. The company has…

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    Case 3: McDonald’s Corporation PESTEL Analysis of the fast foods industry • Political: Fast foods industry need to comply with country specific or government regulations, such as on pertaining to health and hygiene, international trade agreement, national minimum wages, tax law, labels and packaging. Especially, for corporations like McDonald’s, which operates in over 100 countries, its political exposure is all over the board and heavily influenced by the individual state policies enforced by…

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    In Eric Schlosser essay “Why McDonald’s Fries Taste SO Good” Schlosser begins by explaining information about the food process and preparation of McDonald’s when they first open. McDonald’s had to think of an idea of how to cut labor cost as it was costing them a lot of money. This short cut would include, frozen French fires, artificial flavoring and other additives that convince the consumer that the low-quality food they are eating is of high quality. Even though the foods that they were…

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    associate the Liebeck v. McDonald’s case, better known as “the hot coffee lawsuit,” with the very worst of our justice system, frivolous actions brought by greedy plaintiffs with the hopes of winning the lawsuit lottery. However, it’s one thing to hear and another thing to see. Everybody knows, or they think they know the McDonald’s case. Although, the documentary “Hot Coffee” shows how people had wrong perceptions. Just merely hearing the sentence that a lady sued McDonald’s for 2.9 million…

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    Failure of McDonalds McLobster Sandwich McDonalds Corporation is renowned for a proven background of successful business that is based on an effective business model. Throughout the years, McDonalds has built a profitable and highly successful business that is characterized by increased profitability and expansion into new markets across the globe. The corporation has achieved a significant competitive advantage over its main rivals through effective business strategies. These strategies…

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