Plato’s Diner location was good for marketing strategy, so was their price, and meal, however, they lack effective marketing and promotional push. Dean and Chris need to put the final P(romotion) to work. They need to promote Plato’ Diner on television or in the newspaper. To be successful, they have to move forward with innovation. Also, they should enlarge the parking lot and invest into a credit card machine because plastic is the way of the future.
Target is well liked store by customers and a fun place to shop. Brand loyalty is something Target has built a high level of as well as being fashionable and more appealing to younger customers. Target has the ability to present itself as a middle class brand. Target’s weaknesses consist of how many people like the connivence of smaller neighborhood stores. Target has also failed to change its business model to adapt the changing times around them.
Restaurants have been around in some form for most of human civilization; however, the idea of eating for fun did not take off in Western society until the late 18th century. The original idea of fast food was to offer quick, mass-production service while being profitable- unfortunately, there would be unforeseen consequences. The documentary, Super Size Me, effectively brings to light the addictive and unhealthy ways that restaurant chains, specifically McDonalds, create a profitable but unethical business. By using Aristotle’s appeals: logos, ethos, and pathos, the documentary attains credibility, validity, and sympathy making for a very effective
Based on that you can see that Amy’s life didn’t go as her mom wanted it compared to Rain who was on his own even though he’s just working in a restaurant, but at least he had a dream, which is to open a restaurant on his own. There are really a lot of opportunities in this country and it is our responsibility to take advantage of them. Both stories are examples of two types of people, the one who takes advantage and the ones who don’t. Amy and Rain had the same opportunities, but Amy did not take hers as serious as Rain, and at the end Amy regretted
Perceived Quality: Their food is mostly can be cook in homes but despite that the food is quite delicious. Serviceability: According to one of the customers the service is extremely slow and most of the food in the menu is not available, and some of the foods they produced are not cooked properly PROMOTIONS Social Media: D’Coi used facebook as an advertisement medium Word of mouth: Word of mouth is one of the key advertisements of D’Coi Social Media: Uses facebook for checking reviews Word of Mouth: uses word of mouth to spread word about the company and for reviews of the products PLACE Convenience: Accessible to anyone who wants to relax and have a great time, Dcoi Bar and Resto is located at Regalado Highway Convenience: According to the review of some customers the place is great for relaxation and for having a good time. PRICE Starters: Prawn Crackers Fish Fingers Calamari Fritters Chicken and Chips Cheese Stick Tokwa’t Baboy Beef and Cheese Nachos Dynamite Tuscan
In today’s society, the goal of eating local has blown up from across the country, or the world rather. Supporting the local movement not just benefits oneself, but the environment as well. The debate whether or not eating local is beneficial or necessary, comes down to the value of time and money. Many Americans go towards what's cheap and won’t hurt their wallet. However, they do not realize all the benefits of eating food grown and produced locally.
The Career Fair for the Liberal Arts & Business students was an interesting experience. I am glad that I went for the reason to get some experience before I go to the next one. I had absolutely no idea what to expect or do. The environment itself was not overwhelming but attempting to talk to the different business made me feel nervous and unprepared. Now that I have gone I understand that I need to have questions prepared, I feel I would do much better at it.
Google serves free food on campus with a wide variety of menu options for employees to choose from. Whereas Microsoft offers good food but the employees have to pay to have food. Even though the cost of food for both the companies is not even a fraction of what they are paying the employees as salary, Google’s approach helps it keep employees positive towards their work and employees tend to stick around longer through the day. Microsoft’s approach has been appreciated by critics and experienced HR professionals alike, however Google’s approach is appreciated by the young employees who are hesitant to pay for food despite having a huge paycheque. Both the approaches tend to work out well, since, on an average Microsoft employees are more experienced and health conscious, whereas Google’s employees are younger, more dynamic and happy with the freebies they get on
One of the most popular ways to create this equal result is to raise the minimum wage. However, this has a few fundamental flaws. While larger businesses such as McDonalds or Walmart could easily pay a few dollars more to keep their stores open many smaller businesses do not have that kind of luxury. By raising the minimum wage many smaller businesses would either have to lay off workers or shut their doors entirely due to lack of funds. Not only that but even if they can afford to keep their current staff they may not have the money to hire new employees
Though many are interested in becoming entrepreneurs, the challenge is having the credit or the ability to get a loan to start a new business. Millennials would also like to see Congress make it easier to start a business by providing increased access to education, training, and student loan relief (The Millennial Generation). Though many of this generation feel they have what it takes to be an entrepreneur their customer service skills are lacking. While they are great at multitasking, it often results in turning clients away because of a lack of engagement. Certain traditional elements of business interactions, particularly revolving around the human element and customer interactions, are skills to be developed (The Millennial Generation).