Sushi

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  • Go Sushi Case Study

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    Go Sushi, a small franchised retail enterprise in the take away food industry. The information received is based on interviews with owner and innovator Luigi Bertolacci, and research in to the external and internal environment related to Go Sushi and the take away food industry. Go Sushi first opened as a sushi train in 1999 and a further 4 trains were opened in the next 6 years. In 2006 the company’s business model was re-written and the sushi trains were transformed in to cabinet sushi take

  • Marketing Plan - Sushi Restaurant

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    Marketing Plan for Masamoto Sushi & Asian Grill Situation Analysis Company Analysis Masamoto Sushi & Asian Grill is a local restaurant which focuses on offering fresh, affordable, healthy and unique Asian cuisine for the suburban food enthusiasts. It is conveniently located on Route 202 in the Keystone Plaza shopping center within the suburb of Chadds Ford, PA. It was founded in the fall of 2007 by executive chef / owner Johnny Cai. Masamoto's offer dishes from multiple Asian styles including

  • Case Study Of Globalisation On Yo ! Sushi

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    Case Study of Globalisation on Yo! Sushi Yo! Sushi was founded in 1997 by Simon Woodroff. It has 80 restaurants throughout the UK and 93 worldwide, which they are still expanding. The company franchise has been operating for 15 years and have gained a large amount of knowledge about globalisation and how to globalise their company. They have numerous services that made the franchise global: • Online reservation systems • Online food ordering for take away • New devices and the application of smartphones

  • My Life At Kobe Sushi

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    It was simply an average evening, Chloé and her father Kole preparing to go out for sushi and ice-cream like they do every Monday. On their bonding night they went over her busy activity schedule that consisted of dance, soccer, basketball and martial arts. Sitting at Kobe Sushi there usual location, Kole look over at his beautiful daughter with long wavy dark hair, her big almond hazel eyes and the lovely way that the lighting of the restaurant brought out the freckles on her nose and her natural

  • Manage Financial Operation of Sushi Bar

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    financial procedures, financial performance of the business. Sushi bar was established there years ago , it has the freshest and finest sushi , and the owners want to sell the business, and it’s aiming at top-end corporate clientele. I will look at the financial information and do the ratio analysis, then I will decide whether to buy the business, if it would be a good investment. 1. You are investigating whether to buy Sushi Bar. Discuss what sort of financial information you would be interested

  • Analysis Of The Film Jiro Dreams Of Sushi

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    of Sushi”, the audience is taken on a journey around Jiro’s personal life and is introduced to everyone that makes him the successful man he is. When you first see these like-minded individuals, you believe that these men have a perfect life’s, but throughout the movie I found information that led me to understand that things are not always as they seem. In traditional Japanese culture, professional success is often valued over personal life. Jiro is treated much like a celebrity in the Sushi World

  • The World 's Greatest Sushi Chef

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    Regarded by many to be the world’s greatest sushi chef, 85 year-old Jiro Ono has dedicated his life to perfecting his craft- using only the most delicately cooked rice, and the highest quality cuts of fish. But in recent years, the fish market has gone sour; the “global sushi boom” has brought about overfishing not only on the coasts of Japan, but across oceans worldwide. Overfishing affects more than just sushi enthusiasts, as it poses a threat of extinction to many species of tuna and sharks

  • Strategic Planning Process Of Sakae Sushi

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    The planning process starts with a main objectives of company, Sakae Sushi which is to build global brands and being well known in this food industry by using slogan “we serve only what we eat”. Basically, top managers are responsible for establishing strategic plans by defining mission and vision that coordinate resources in effective and efficient ways. Effectiveness is the degree which Sakae Sushi team achieves their goal according to customers value while efficiency means organization get the

  • Making The Perfect Donburi At Genki Sushi

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    also because I needed money. I spend a lot of money going out. When I first started my junior year of high school some of my friends were able to get jobs so I was even more motivated to get one myself. So one year ago I applied for a job at Genki Sushi. I went to the interview and they told me I was too young to apply because they serve alcohol at their restaurants. After that I was pretty sad that I didn’t get the job and had to go back to square one and look for another one. It took me months to

  • Analysis Of Jiro 's Life And His Impact On The Sushi World

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    Upon watching the documentary about Jiro’s life and his impact on the sushi world, there are other attributes to consider. There are always factors that lay in the background of all successes and his is extraordinary due to his age. His story is what motivates and inspires young people to follow their dreams and never give up on them. Throughout the film, Jiro said many eye opening things that is perfect for a college student or anyone in general. The opening of the film Jiro states, “Once you decide