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23 Nov 2010

Creation of EasyLoc

Case study - 5 pages - Business strategy

Easyloc was conceived with the aim of providing different categories of people the freedom to travel abroad without facing the difficulty of finding housing for periods of unspecified duration. This helps facilitate travel abroad through a special relationship with the agency that ensures the...

13 May 2009

The Ramsey-Cass-Koopmans model

Thesis - 7 pages - Economy general

The Ramsey-Cass-Koopmans model is an economic model resembling the Solow model. The purpose of this paper is to outline the model with government, and assess the effects of government spending being tax or bond financed. We will see a result stating that it does not matter whether government...

10 Jan 2011

The Toy market in Russia

Market study - 17 pages - Economy general

Russia is no longer a part of the world's economic powers as it was in the days of the Soviet Union, but it remains one of the 10 largest economies at the international level (8th place in 2007)). It is now a member of G8. The Russian economy is characterized by four major features: - A...

17 May 2009

Corporate finance: Opening a retail music store

Thesis - 9 pages - Finance

Friends Jane and Elizabeth have decided to open up a retail music store. They will open up a store in a large shopping mall, purchase CDs from the large music distributors, and resell them to the public. Their first decision is to determine if they can profit from this venture, therefore they...

15 Jan 2009

Chesebrough-Pond's Inc. Vaseline petroleum jelly (VPJ) (2005)

Essay - 9 pages - Business strategy

Robert Augustus Chesebrough, a 22-year-old chemist from Brooklyn, New York, created Vaseline Petroleum Jelly. “Oil rig workers discovered that rod wax, a petroleum by-product from oil rig pumps, healed their cuts and burns. Chesebrough extracted petroleum jelly from the rod wax and gave it...

30 May 2009

A history of the Black Death and its impact in late medieval Europe

Thesis - 9 pages - Medieval history

The Black Death was one of the deadliest pandemics in human history, peaking in Europe between 1347 C.E. and 1351 C.E, reducing the population of Europe by nearly half, and resulting in widespread socio-economic and other changes. Medieval people referred to this catastrophe as the "Great...

16 Jul 2009

A subjective analysis of what one might term as a lighthouse

Book review - 4 pages - Literature

Woolf could choose many ways to describe the Ramsay's to her audience. She could start with a description of their summer home, the price of their rent, or their family lineage in an attempt to engage the reader and establish some common ground on which to build from. But, as Woolf...

29 Nov 2006

The US and Guantanamo Bay

Essay - 7 pages - International relations

In 1898, the United States intervened in the Caribbean and Pacific to fight against Spanish imperialism. In the aftermath of the Spanish-American War, the United States occupied Cuba from January 1899 to May 1902. On February 25, 1901, Senator Orville H. Platt introduced in Congress “the...

29 Jul 2009

Calgary: A case study in residential development

Thesis - 5 pages - Social sciences

Although the Canadian city of Calgary has traditionally been an affordable place to live, substantial economic and population growth has resulted in an over extended demand on real estate. As a result, house prices in Calgary have increased significantly in recent years (Calgary Real Estate...

25 Aug 2009

An examination of a hotel and its various departments

Thesis - 46 pages - Business strategy

Under the British law “a hotel is a place where the bona fide traveler gets shelter and food provided they are in a position to pay for it and are in a fit condition to be received.” Origin: The discovery of wheel brought development to trade and tourism; horse carriages, and caravans...

22 Jul 2010

Call centers in France

Thesis - 5 pages - Business strategy

Call centers are platforms for managing a large number of incoming and outgoing phone calls through the telephone, either using an operator or through an automated system. The call center may be constituted by an undertaking for its own needs, but it is most often operated by professionals whose...

29 Jul 2010

Size of a business

Thesis - 5 pages - Business strategy

The search engine, Google was created in 1998. This new company was set up in a garage in Menlo, rented by a friend of the two creators Larry Page, 24, and Sergey Brin, 23. The company comprised of three people initially. It began tasting success exponentially since 2000, when Google became the...

10 Jan 2011

Large Companies

Case study - 5 pages - Business strategy

In 1998 a company called Google was established. When it first began, they worked out of a Garage in Menlo that was rented by a friend of the founders of Google, Larry Page (24 years old at the time) and Sergey Brin (who was then 23). The company had 3 people working for them. It became...

27 Jan 2011

The international strategy of H&M

Case study - 22 pages - Business strategy

H&M is an abbreviation for Hennes and Mauritz. Hennes was the name of the first store. Indeed, Erling Persson, a Swedish vendor of pens, made a trip to the United States and discovered a new type of store that conducted big sales by selling clothes at reduced prices. Back in Sweden, he decided to...

03 Mar 2011

Case study of

Case study - 18 pages - Services marketing was founded by Brent Hoberman and Martha Lane Fox in 1998. Its creation was encouraged by the economy that was there around the Internet. Subsequently, it witnessed great success in Britain. Today, it is the company of online travel and entertainment and is the largest in Europe....

19 Nov 2022

Megacorp's Crane Manufacturing company (CMC) operations analysis - published: 19/11/2022

Case study - 9 pages - Business strategy

The sales within the global crane markets have slated to the top forty-four billion dollars as of 2022. And the market is expanding at a steady 4 percent, it has been projected that the crane market will reach a total of 57 billion dollars by 2029. It is reasonable that the increased usage of...

03 Mar 2011

Strategic analysis of Swatch Group for its establishment in the countries of Eastern Europe

Case study - 36 pages - Services marketing

Luxury in an economic context, the well differentiated and well aware of luxury based on its price elasticity. When the price of property increases and demand decreases, we call this product a good current. When the price increases and demand increases, we call it a luxury good, although Veblen...

19 Jun 2013

My leadership plan

Case study - 1 pages - Educational studies

In the world today strong leadership with moral or ethical values is much needed, especially in human service work. The increase of unemployment and poverty has many people turning to people in this field for a variety of needs; counselors for depression issues, social service agencies for food,...

21 Jun 2013

Goals and objectives

Case study - 2 pages - Business strategy

Families sometimes fall onto hard times. There are many reasons why a person may become homeless, but there are not as many ways to help these families. Not every city in The United States has organizations to help with the homeless. Some cities do have different organizations which help the...

23 Mar 2011

Analysis of the purchase of Puma by PPR

Case study - 22 pages - Services marketing

PPR is a multinational group known and recognized worldwide for prestigious brands like Gucci. In 2007 it decided to make Puma its new prey. Indeed, PPR is a group which is accustomed to growing by acquiring companies in growing and very profitable sectors. The group was gradually built up by...

12 Jul 2013

Movie review: The Pursuit of Happyness

Case study - 1 pages - Film studies

The Pursuit of Happyness tells the touching story, based on real-life events, of a man named Christopher Gardner and his elementary-aged son named Chris. Throughout the movie the pair struggle to survive after the father loses his life savings after he invests in a non-profitable bone density...

29 Aug 2013

Case study: Targeting tattoos

Case study - 2 pages - Administrative law

A tattoo is the placement of pigment within the skin to create a picture or design. The process of tattooing is produced by deep puncture wounds in one's skin. “[T]he ink is injected into the dermis, which is the second, deeper layer of skin. Dermis cells are very stable, so the tattoo is...

06 Sep 2013

Popularity of tattoos growing in American culture

Case study - 6 pages - Educational studies

The word "tattoo" stems from the Tahitian word “tatu”, meaning “to mark or color [the skin]” (Webster, 1913). A tattoo is the placement of pigment within the skin to create a picture or design. The process of tattooing is produced by deep puncture wounds in one's skin....

21 Aug 2014

Media services: Case study

Case study - 2 pages - Educational studies

Media services come to the market with the aim of reaching a wide range of people since media is largely accessible. Netflix is a company founded with the aim of supplying internet on demands and offering DVDs online at a flat rate. The Company is officially registered as Netflix Company Limited...

27 Feb 2015

On Slavery - a history of slavery and antislavery

Case study - 3 pages - Medical studies

Slavery is forced labor. In some quarters, it is considered the biggest tragedy in the history of humankind. Slavery is perceived as degrading and robbing people of their dignity and right to freedom. However, despite the negativity associated with slavery, slavery is not necessarily a bad thing...

08 Oct 2015

The staircase approach at Mckinsey & Company ? To increase competitive advantage

Essay - 2 pages - Management

McKinsey & Company suggest seven staircases that companies use to grow. In athletic management, improvement is constant since individuals usually join the profession with limited resources and experience, but with visions of greatness. The Athletics management firm that I work for was initially...

26 Sep 2011

Subway - UK Operations

Market study - 10 pages - Business strategy

Subway, an American restaurant franchise that primarily sells submarine sandwiches and salads, opened operations in the UK in 1996. In 2001, the company reached the 50th store mark and by 2010 it had become UK's most successful seller overtaking its chief fast food rival McDonalds in the number...

29 Sep 2010

Synthèse de 'A General Theory Of Entrepreneurship: The Individual-opportunity Nexus

Book review - 22 pages - Management

L?entrepreneuriat est un point d?ancrage de notre société. De plus en plus de personnes sont engagées dans une activité entrepreneuriale. Mais, malgré le nombre d?études sur ce sujet, aucun savoir cohérent n?émerge. Pourquoi ? Le principal problème est l?absence d?étude globale sur...

20 Jan 2009

Almasah international real estate: The real estate market in Dubai

Market study - 41 pages - Business strategy

In February, I landed in Dubai for the first time, after having heard so much about it. I was astonished by the number of towers already built at that time but more by the huge amount of cranes and construction sites. Therefore, I decided to do my internship for a real estate broker. I quickly...

29 Sep 2010

Beneteau, an international market leader

Case study - 39 pages - Business strategy

Beneteau, the giant in the nautical industry, was founded by Benjamin Beneteau in 1884, with the creation of a familial shipyard. After the long wars period, the apparition of the polyester had cost the yard to develop itself considerably, by starting a mass production. Thus, Beneteau has really...