Analysis of Macro and Micro Environments of the Events Industry and Corporate Hospitality

Analysis of Macro and Micro Environments of the Events Industry and Corporate Hospitality

  1. An overview of Corporate Hospitality: “Corporate entertaining and hospitality can be an effective way of creating networking opportunities and cementing business relations.” “Corporate Hospitality is always present whenever there is a major sponsorship… …corporate entertainment remains a central f…

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The Importance of Employing Strategists in the Army and Other Services

We need strategists. In the Army and throughout the services. At all levels. We need senior generals and admirals who can provide solid military advice to our political leadership, and we need young officers who can provide solid military advice–options, details, the results of analysis–to the generals and admirals. We ne…

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The Reasons for the Failure of EuroDisney

EuroDisney opened in April of 1992, and was expected to be the biggest attraction in France. So what happened? Were the French not into Mickey Mouse, or were they not willing to adapt to American culture? Many reasons contributed to the initial failure of Disney, and it seems Disney underestimated their influence and popula…

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Discrimination in the Workplace Have Long Deep Roots

ETHNIC RESIDENTIAL SEGREGATION: THE SOLIDARITY OF THE GROUP The urban metropolis and its function in society cannot be understood without studying its composition as a city of immigrants, their newcomer families and friends and the ties that bind them. By overlooking the ethnic culture and networks of the city’s immi…

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Practicing Ethics Decreases Work Tensions

Why should a corporation consider ethical behavior – on top of law and self-interest? First and foremost, it is of dire importance to draw a distinction between appearing to be ethical and actually using ethical considerations. There has been an attempt by several corporations to appear to be ethical. In these instances…

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Practicing Ethical Behavior Leads to a Good Working Environment

Ethics and Suckers My personal interest in trading stocks and bonds led me to analyze this case, which involves ethics in business. Wheat First is a brokerage company and a member of the New York Sock Exchange and the NASD. They operate in the city on New York and are able to make recommendations on what stocks they bel…

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Analysis of Unilever’s Environmental Strategy and Sustainability

Our environmental strategy has focused primarily on achieving its goals through eco-efficiency in manufacturing, eco-innovation in our products, and through our three sustainability initiatives in agriculture, fish and water. Our approach We have gained considerable experience and understanding through our work in the s…

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Analysis of Reflecting Business Requirements in an Enterprise System

Executive Summary The objective of this report is to analyse reflecting business requirements in an Enterprise System. This report select Procurement of External Services and Material > Invoice Verification business process as an example to analyse. The report starts with an introduction of how ERP systems reflect…

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Enron Scandal and the Largest Bankruptcy in U.S. History

Enron Corporation’s fishy accounting practices, the siphoning of profits at Adelphia Communications Corp., allegations of tax fraud and lavish personal spending of company money at Tyco International and WorldCom Inc.’s bid to hide billions of dollars worth of expenses are just a few examples of unethical activities. Scanda…

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The Industrial Changes Brought About by the Treaty of the European Union

The Treaty of the European Union changed completely the situation of the industrial environment in terms of empowerment. Some of the activities that the Community took, were the strengthening of the competitiveness of the European industry and founding, application and promotion of new methods of research and technological…

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An Argument against Drug Testing in the Workplace

Drug testing in the workplace is a violation of employee privacy rights. Drug testing in the workplace was founded under the idea of protecting the employer from employees that had attendance, tardiness, theft and accidents assumed to be related to drug and alcohol abuse. To protect an employee’s right to privacy an employe…

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Employee Benefits Should Mirror the Needs of the Employees

Employee Benefits When thinking about a job, considering the salary and the benefits offered by and employer is important. Many benefits play a critical role in the lives of employees and their families by assisting in health needs, future financial security, needed absences from work, and more. Benefits may include progra…

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A Discussion on the Importance on Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) and Its Impact on Capital Budgeting and Structure on the Example of Expanding the Business of a Coffee Shop

The simulation that will be discussed in this paper concerns the decisions that a coffee shop’s owner needs to make in order to expand their business. The name of the shop is El Café and in located in Minnesota. The owner has decided to expand the business because it is becoming profitable and expanding the busin…

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Advertising as the Most Profitable Industry in the U.S.

The largest money-making industry in the United States today is advertising. During events such as the Super Bowl, companies pay large sums of money in return for thirty seconds of air time. Advertising is the act of promoting a product by informing the public of the products worth. As America progresses, the need for adver…

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The Success of the AT+T Corporation, the Greatest Telephone Company in the USA

The AT T Corporation, formerly known as The American Telephone and Telegraph Company, was incorporated on March 3, 1885 in New York as a wholly owned subsidiary of The American Bell Telephone Company. Its original purpose was to manage and expand the burgeoning toll (long distance) business of American Bell and its licensee…

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Difference between White-Collar and Blue-Collar Workers

White-collar workers are people who work in less labour demanding jobs; commonly desk jobs. These workers are generally paid more than blue-collar workers. Many workers in this classification are not “upper class”, as was once thought. Salaried professionals, such as some doctors or lawyers, are classified as wh…

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E-Commerce as a New Way of Reaching More Customers

  1. What is E-Commerce? There exists no exact definition of e-commerce. Generally it is described as any kind of business transaction where information is exchanged electronically. To some people it means shopping at a website and buying products online, to other people it means just designing a web page in a way to in…

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An Analysis of the E & J Gallo Winery of 1986

For the purposes of this case analysis of E. & J. Gallo Winery, the wine industry is composed of all alcoholic beverages that contain between eight and twenty percent alcohol by volume. This distinction is based on the assumption that beer and the typical malt liquor contain less than eight percent alcohol by volume. Th…

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The Role of New Technologies in Improving Air Flight Industry

Executive Summary Aviation and air services industry is a large, competitive, and challenging industry, characterised by high capital and labour requirement, together with customer participation during transactions hence service fulfilment. Providing great reach and the potential for rich interaction, the internet is…

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Ecommerce Value Surges to All Time High in 2002

The incredible growth of the internet and connectivity to the Internet by individuals and businesses alike has brought many opportunities to create new industries and new efficiencies within businesses and between businesses. Research shows that the value of Internet eCommerce by the year 2002 will be US$500 billion. By the…

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The Importance of Promoting Ergonomics at the Workplace

Ergonomics involves designing workplaces and work tools to be used easily, efficiently and effectively by people. The overall goal is to promote health and productivity in the workplace. Where ergonomic principles are not applied, chronic musculoskeletal disorders such as tendinitis of the arm and hand, eyestrain injury and…

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A Description of the Profession of an Electrical Engineer

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER DESCRIPTION Electrical engineers design, and evaluate the manufacture, testing, installation, operation, and maintenance of electrical and electronic components, equipment and systems.1 Electrical engineers work with an array of equipment and machinery, such as transformers, switches, electrical…

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Mandatory Drug Testing Cost More to Companies than Its Benefits

Want that high-profile new job as a Fortune 200 company? Heres your cup, theres the bathroom. Give us a urine sample, then well talk stock options. Or do you want to stay employed in that construction job? Better watch what you ingest over the weekend because you maybe randomly selected to give a sample before firing up the…

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An Analysis of the Donna Dubinsky Case

Introduction In dealing with change and how it affects the individual at a professional level, the Donna Dubinsky Case exemplifies the concept at its maximum. She has had a promising career: her goals and objectives have always been achieved and in many instances outwitted. She has had the support of her boss, Roy Weaver,…

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An Analysis of the Guisnel Group of 1957

GUISNEL DISTRIBUTION SA Route de Dinan 35120 Dol de Bretagne Phone : ( 33) (0)2 99 48 47 47 Fax : ( 33) (0)2 99 48 47 61 THE HISTORY OF THE GUISNEL GROUP It was back in 1957 that Monsieur and Madame GUISNEL founded their Transport company at PLEUGUENEUC in the ILLE ET VILAINE area. They had two basic principles…

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