Our survey revealed that customers are interested in sightseeing, scenery, wildlife and nature, and learning about things on the water. In these advertisements, Sail Peoria needs to let the customers know that if this is what they are looking for, Sail Peoria is the place to go. Sail Peoria’s presence on social media should continue without the paid advertisements. Even though many of the target audience doesn’t use it for information many of their customers will still use it. An organic approach will allow Sail Peoria to connect with customers after their cruise and allow them to share their experience through pictures and videos.
Each hotel and resort featured details and aspects that reflected local character and culture of the location embodying Rosewood’s “Sense of Place” philosophy, meaning each of its properties is uniquely defined by the location. This differentiated Rosewood’s properties from the competitors. Corporate Branding Strategy: Rosewood Hotels & Resorts had very low brand awareness among its guests. To encourage guests to use more than one Rosewood hotel, two possible approaches were considered. The first possibility to boost Rosewood's customer multi property visits was to set up a frequent-stay program.
Qatar Airways Qatar Airways are its aggressive growth plan backed by the state that includes the construction and development of the new Doha international airport, which will include the world's largest aircrafts' hangers to be used for maintenance of Qatar Airways. Singapore Airlines Success factors of Singapore Airlines are: young and efficient fleets, educated staff, top ranked travel gateway and its low cost airlines known as "Tiger Airways", plus it's a membership of star alliance airline networks American Airlines Success factors of American Airlines are: largest airline in the world in terms of the total passengers transported, highest number of aircrafts, first to launch the loyalty program "frequent flyers". PEST Analysis Political factors The airline industry is affected by political situations, namely wars and terrorism. For instance, terrorists' activities in different areas globally, namely USA (11th Sep), UK, Lebanon and Qatar made the regions unattractive for tourists and business travelers and reduce the passenger's
As a result most of the wealth countries have huge skyscrapers. As a matter of fact, country’s progression is accomplished by three main factors or elements which are economic, urbanization and planning progress which mentioned earlier. Without these three elements, countries cannot thrive, prosper and attain success. These fundamental elements can be done and improved by constructing high rise buildings which can help to improve country in these three factors through seeking the use of the latest material and system. In addition, high rise buildings can lead to a new phase or level for any country.
Globalisation has now become an everyday household tenure, used to personify,explain, and justify many current economic and social developments. The term and its common usage convey the imprint that it is theoretically and actually possible for ordinary people and economic actors to get in touch, cooperate and do business with other people and communities world-wide. The expression has also progressively come to be linked with the feeling that economic activity, events and processes have a outline and life of their own determined by globalisation and that we cannot - and should not - do much to alter them. The public at large usually construes a high degree of globalisation and international incorporation to mean andindicate that, we travel more, we communicate with the rest of the world more quickly, we collect images and sounds of news in real time, we are able to buy the same type of car or jeans or burger in Dallas, Rome, Beijing, Moscow or Mexico City, we can do business all over the world. In other words, our consumption, production, exchange, leisure and culture activities are more cohesive with the rest of the world.
China, considered as one of the miracles in rapid economic growth in the past three decades, has shown the world its enormous potential in economic development and has been able to bring millions and millions of people out of poverty. Nevertheless, China still faces a lot of issues during the development: The huge income inequality gap not only exists when comparing rural and urban China, but also can be commonly seen regionally, especially between the east and the west. The environmental damage is also a tough issue for China to maintain sustainable development. To explain the status of China’s current development, I will focus on the theoretical frames that incorporate the structure of the international system as well as the domestic institutions.