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Business Plan for Main Golfing Business Plan

… With more than 2,000 established businesses in the market without a quality Web site, the first factor is met.

The company's target market includes (but is not limited to) hotels, motels, travel agencies, tourist attractions, tourism-related retail stores, guided tour companies, resorts, campgrounds, and local restaurants. Each of these establishments has the opportunity to make their business more customer-oriented and convenient by bringing some aspect of their services online to our Web site.

Market Analysis

Potential Customers Growth 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 CAGR Weekend warriors 25% 40,000 50,000 62,500 78,125 97,656 25.00% The curious 25% 30,000 37,500 46,875 58,594 73,243 25.00% Hardcore climbers 30% 15,000 19,500 25,350 32,955 42,842 30.00% Direct customers 35% 85,000 114,750 154,913 209,133 282,330 35.00% Other 0% 0-0 0-0 0-0.00%…. [read more]


Learning to Play Business Golf Research Proposal

… Learning to Play Business Golf

What is my goal for this project?

The project I have chosen is to analyze the concept of business golf. Further to that, I wish to develop a plan for me to learn to play golf, and then engage in business golf to attract and retain key clients. I hope that in the course of this project I am able to determine the steps I need to take to learn how to play the game of golf, and figure out what I can expect in terms of outcomes from playing business golf.

Business golf is a formalized version of an age-old concept. For as long as there has been business, that business has been based on relationships. Sometimes those relationships…. [read more]


Marketing Plan -- Translator Connect Essay

… 275). Italicized tags in each user-profile below are taken from a Japanese VALS ™ study conducted by SIR Consulting Business Intelligence (Kurtz, 2009, p. 276). VALS is an acronym for values, attitudes, and lifestyles.

1. Pleasure traveler user profile. Experiencer/Altruist/Fun-seeker. Translator Connect Services seeks to maximize the benefits that the pleasure traveler will experience. Translators accomplish this by providing context, by acting as a buffer between the traveler and the native population, and by shaping the travel focus to take advantage of the richest experiences available. Translators often assume the behaviors of a traditional travel guide and enable the availability of concierge-like resources throughout an excursion.

2. Business traveler user profile. Striver/Thinker/Achiever. Translator Connect Services offers efficiency, accuracy, and reliability to the busy international business…. [read more]


Facility Research Red Rock Country Club Term Paper

… Facility Research Red Rock Country Club

Red Rock Country Club Facilities Analysis:

The Red Rock Country Club is a private country club/resort that offers the finest in amenities, including a variety of recreation offerings with a strong focus around golf, other outdoor offerings as well as a variety of social events and opportunities. The Red Rock Country Club Website located at www.redrockcountryclub.comstresses several major offerings of the Club:

Energy, Sport, Relaxation

The most prestigious social calendar in the community, Red Rock Country Club offers an exclusive, truly private setting where Members enjoy an incomparable level of personal attention.

Fabulous

From natural beauty, to world-class amenities, and a wide array of year-round events for Members, Red Rock Country Club offers a privileged few a lifestyle unparalleled…. [read more]


Marketing Dangerously, Christopher Meyer Argues Research Proposal

… ¶ … Marketing Dangerously, Christopher Meyer argues that the final days of mass media advertising are indeed here. The issue of advertising or marketing via traditional mass media outlets or more creative and often less costly ventures such as the Internet or Word of Mouth has been circulating in the world of business and academia for some time. In fact, Webb notes that "user generated content" has added "more fuel to the fire" of alternative media advertising (2006). The Internet bas become a crashing ground for all types of people with all types of backgrounds, and so a diverse cross-section, even more diverse than those reached by mass media, can be targeted for Internet advertising campaigns.

Summary

Beginning his article with a first-person account of…. [read more]


Strategic Planning- Tourism Essay

… There is different data and information available on the tourism history in the Lewis-Clark Valley and the steps taken by government and officials in order to come up with effective and efficient strategic plan for the tourism industry of this Valley. A detailed analysis of the literature review is done in order to derive the results and findings and provide appropriate recommendations.

strategic management methodologies-tools and techniques applied

Systematic methodologies for performing internal assessment through analyzing strengths and weaknesses of the company and external assessment through the opportunities and threats analysis is critically important for the success of the strategic management process. The EFE Matrix, Competitive Profile Matrix, IFE Matrix and a clear statement of mission provide the basic information needed to formulate competitive strategies…. [read more]


Influence of Self-Perception and Self-Image on Consumers Choice of Luxury Fashion Brands Dissertation

… ¶ … price remains one of the most important factors that many consumers take into account in formulating their purchase decision, it is important for marketers to segment their target market accordingly. For luxury brands, this means that higher prices must be justified by the consumers' perception of higher quality or more nebulous factors such as brand association. The primary of the proposed study is to examine the influence that self-perception and self-image have on the consumer in their choice of luxury fashion brands. To achieve this research purpose, the study proposed herein will be guided by five main aims: (a) to test and examine the hypothesis stated above for its validity; (b) if the hypothesis holds true, to measure how strong of an influence…. [read more]


Feasibility Study for Shades of Green Resort Orlando Florida Term Paper

… Shades of Green

This project will explore a myriad of factors associated with the Shades of Green Resort in Orlando Florida. These factors include the type of business it is and financial information.

The primary purpose of this project is to provide a feasibility study that investigates the price an investor will pay to purchase the Shades of Green Resort in Orlando, Florida.

The Shades of Green Resort opened in 1994 and was formerly known as the Golf Resort, and The Disney Inn (The Shades of Green).

The previous resort was considered to be a Deluxe or Premium resort. The resort was leased by the U.S. government for use by military personnel on Rest and Relaxation in February of 1994 (The Shades of Green). On…. [read more]


Impacts of Facebook on Young Generation Dissertation

… ¶ … young generation (Chapter one and two)

INRODUCTION

Over the last five years, the phenomenon of social networking has emerged that the technology has not only become accepted as part of our normal lives, but also as important necessities which most people cannot do without (Boyd 2006, p. 78). Over that period, the growth of the social network has been unprecedented from the niche communities to the mass online activity where millions of users in the internet get engaged in both during leisure time but also at work time. Some of the popular ones include Facebook, MySpace, YouTube and Orkut among others which give the individual the capability to present themselves and develop connections with their friends and families (Ahn and Jeong 2007, p.…. [read more]


How Poor Diet & Lifestyle Cause Diabetes Term Paper

… 3 years



Persons with Health Insurance: 100%



Adults with Diabetes: 6.5%



Adults with hypertension: 22.4%



Physical/ Social Environment (crime, retail, housing, air and water quality, walkability score, schools, health insurance, business plans, nutrition, neighborhood indicators, health disparities data)

Crime: 77 most frequent crimes this past year



Health insurance: Clinician to patient ratios

* 1 to 138 for primary care

* 1 to 118 for dentists

* 1 to 267 for mental health

* 1 to 68 for other



Top health disparities in order: Pneumonia (510 patients), Congestive Heart Failure (474), and Acute Myocardial Infarction (268 patients)

- In 2015, average household…. [read more]


Sports Shoes and Sports Clothing Market and Trends in Turkey Research Proposal

… Sports Shoes Turkey

Sports Shoes and Sports Clothing Market and Trends in Turkey

Brief History of Turkey

Turkey is an internationally recognized center for sports enthusiasm and participation. The interest in sports is culturally bound both historically and as an aspect of Turkey's general international cosmopolitan nature. This is especially true as a result of the modern emphasis on European involvement and a relatively open international but specifically western travel emphasis both to and from the nation. Aspects of western influence, but specifically UK influence are bound in the Turkish culture as a result of years of European and other allied assistance to overthrow what remained of the Ottoman Empire and collectively remove occupying forces from Greece from the nation. Turkey was in fact the…. [read more]


Life Case Study

… Life Span Case Study Project: An Analysis of How Computers Have Affected the Lives of Three Different Age Groups

This life span case study project interviewed three individuals from the following age ranges, representing a mother, father and child in the same family who all live together:

Interviewee No. 1: "Mary," age range middle and late childhood (age 12 years);

Interviewee No. 2: "Anne," age range early adulthood (age 35 years); and,

Interviewee No. 3: "Bill," age range middle adulthood (age 54 years).

All three interviewees were located by word-of-mouth requests to family members, neighbors and friends for suitable subjects until three individuals of appropriate age ranges were identified who agreed to participate in the study. The family containing an appropriate mix of ages was…. [read more]

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