The radio station is REAL 92.3, and has been in existence since 1952. There, it operated as “KFAC”, a classical music radio station until the summer of 1989, where it was bought by Evergreen Media. It was then changed to “KKBT 92.3 The Beat”, and played adult rock, dance music and adult contemporary. The changed station failed, and went through a number of other genres before developing into urban contemporary in 1991. In 1999, the company that owned the radio station merged with Clear Channel Communications Inc. and was renamed “KCMG Mega 92.3”. At this point KCMG Mega 92.3 had moved from playing urban contemporary to urban oldies and finally to AC oldies. The station would not become known as “REAL 92.3” until February of 2015, when iHeartMedia, the holding company of Clear Channel Communications Inc., announced that the station would go back to being urban contemporary.
Nai’s Ark Inc. is an educational company. Nai’s Ark Inc. Training (NAI-Training) is our professional development training branch. It provides opportunities for long term professional growth and enhance practice through education, training, conferences for those working for young children and their families at family child care, child care centers, home schools, and home visiting programs.
This study will examine Wilmott Dixon Group, a construction company and conduct a case study on how the company began, its growth, market, life cycle and will conduct a SWOT and Pestel Analysis. This work will further state a five-year development plan for the company to move forward in a sustainable and fair trade market.
Macy’s Inc. competes with other major players in the Department Store Retail Industry as well as with discounter, luxury stores, specialty stores, mail order and pure play internet retailers. Key competitors include Sears, J. C. Penny, Kohl’s, Nordstrom,
Ryland Group is a Maryland corporation, which was founded in 1967. It is a homebuilder and a mortgage-finance company. The Company consists of six operating business segments namely four geographically determined homebuilding regions; financial services; and corporate. The Company 's homebuilding operations consist of four regional reporting segments namely North, Southeast, Texas and West. The homebuilding segments specialize in the sale and construction of single-family attached and detached housing. Its operations in each of its homebuilding markets might differ due to a number of market-specific factors. These factors include regional economic conditions and job growth; land availability and local land development; consumer
Loblaw Companies Limited is the leader of Canada’s food and pharmacy, their independently-operated stores, food and household products as well as pharmacies can be found in every Canadian’s neighborhoods.
Using a brand name, logo or packaging for years helps those companies that have been renowened with their special logo or packaging or name. For example when we talk aboout baby products our mind directly go to Jhonsons and Jhonsons. This company has mainatained this name from years and it is now become a symbol for baby products. This company use umbrella branding as well that is sell many baby products like shampoo, soaps, cream with only one nane that is Jhonsons and Jhonsons. It has many benefits such as people recognition, goodwill that has been earned could be utilized in launching another similar product in the line. In addition to differentiate one's product from duplicates the companies use same packaging a logo from years. Such as
Curtis Partition Corporation is the construction industry’s leading drywall and ceiling trade contractor. They are located in New York City, New York and Garfield, New Jersey. Curtis Partition Corporation has been in business for over 50 years. Their services include drywall and metal framing, acoustical ceilings, taping and finishing, doors, frames and hardware, specialty ceilings including fabric wrapped, stretched fabric, metal pan, wood, and plaster, rough carpentry, and more. Curtis Partition Corporation has completed over 5000 projects in the New York Tri-State area.
Market analysis C & J Clarks LtdCONTENTSEXECUTIVE SUMMARY1.INTRODUCTION2.COMPANY HISTORY AND PROFILE2.1C&J Clark2.2History2.3Manufacturing2.4Range of Shoes2.5 K Shoes3.MARKET ANALYSISA. MICRO ENVIRONMENT3.1 Market Data3.2Competition3.3Consumer demandB. MACRO ENVIRONMENT3.4Political3.5Social3.6Technological3.7Economic4.SWOT ANALYSIS5.IDENTIFICATIONS OF STRATEGIC ALTERNATIVES6.RECOMMENDATIONS6.1Short Term6.2Medium Term6.3Long TermEXECUTIVE SUMMARYI have been asked by C & J Clark Limited (Clarks) to prepare a report which would include a market analysis of the UK footwear industry and to propose a number of strategic recommendations which would ensure that Clarks secures its short, medium and long term future as the market leader in the shoe
In 1966, Vacuum Oil Company, which was founded in 1866, changed its name to Mobil Oil Corporation and began an extensive advertising campaign to accentuate the name “Mobil.” In 1972, the company previously known as Jersey Standard, which was one of the companies established in 1911 as a result of the US Supreme Court decision to break up Standard Oil Company into 34 unrelated companies, changed its name to Exxon Corporation during a shareholders’ meeting (ExxonMobil).
FMC Corporation is a chemical manufacturer with its headquarter locating in Philadelphia. John Bean created FMC Corporation in 1883. The company’s very first product was an innovative pesticide spray that was designed to battle against a fast-growing infestation that was endangering the orchards in California (FMC.com). In 1943, FMC officially launched its chemical business, making clear that the company is established to serve the global agricultural market by providing innovative and customized solutions and high-quality products. In 1966, FMC Corporation’s annual revenue exceeded one billion USD for the first time in history. In the
The company chosen to study asked to remain anonymous, so throughout this report, the company will be referred to as “Company A.” Along with the company remaining anonymous, the CEO asked that his/her name, any manager’s names and any workers used for this project to also remain anonymous. Company A was founded in 1976 in Miami, Florida and was quickly able to expand to five branches and hire approximately 150 employees since that startup year. The company provides various banking services all across the South Florida community. Some of these services include response system, ATM/VISA Check Card, direct deposit, collection services, merchant deposits, internal and external electronic payments, wire transfer services, automated loan payments, loans, notary services, bank by mail, online and mobile banking, night depository, money orders, tax payments, cashier 's checks, and safe deposit boxes.
In general, I learned in my research that intrapreneurship has being around for decades and it will continue to be one of today’s companies best profit investment because of its successful track record and the fact that intrapreneurship works and it benefits the company and the employee. The term intrapreneurship can be described in many terms by different people, but in the text it’s described as the process of promoting innovation within the structure of an existing organization (Boone & Kurtz, 2012, p. 189). There are two types of businesses, a nonprofit organization and profit organizations and intrapreneurship is encouraged in both places. However, in my research, I learned that intrapreneurship is mostly likely
Yamaha made its initial foray into India in 1985. Subsequently, it entered into a 50:50 joint venture with the Escorts Group in 1996. However, in August 2001, Yamaha acquired its remaining stake becoming a 100% subsidiary of Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd, Japan (YMC). In 2008, YMC entered into an agreement with Mitsui & Co., Ltd. to become a joint investor