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  1. Carnival Corporation

    Carnival Corporation Case Analysis Group V Almendarez, Geneva Canlas, Cindy Castillo, Shiela Mae Cinco, Rusell Lagaras, Irish Diane Ocampo, Christelle Mae Tumbaga, Kim Cristyl May 6, 2013 2007 Introduction Carnival Cruise Lines, Inc...

  2. Carnival Case

    CARNIVAL HISTORY In 1972 Ted Arison, backed by the (AITS) American Travel services, Inc., purchased an aging ocean liner from Canadian Pacific Empress Lines for $6.5 million. The new AITS subsidiary, Carnival Cruise Line, refurbished the vessel from bow to stern and renamed it the Mardi Gras to capture...

  3. Swot Analysis of Carnival Cruise Lines

    Swot analysis of Carnival Cruise Corporation Table of Contents Introduction SWOT Analysis 3 Strengths 3 Weaknesses 5 Opportunities 6 Threats 7 Mission Statement of Carnival Corporation 8 References 9 SWOT Analysis Strengths * Carnival is the largest and most successful international...

  4. Analysis of Carnival

    Carnival Corporation The proposed vision statement “ We will passionately strike for global vacation leader by offer the distinctive vacation experience that cater to the variety of vacationer lifestyle and budget at an outstanding value. We also committed to create strong bond of relationship with...

  5. Carnival Corporation Case - Term Paper

    GERMAN UNIVERSITY IN CAIRO S T R AT E G I C A N A LY S I S D R . S A N I A E L G A L A LY Carnival Corporation Strategic Analysis – Group Assignment MBA PROGR AM Spring 2007 Prepared by: Ayman Badr Nader M. Kamel Shady Elsafty 1 of 30 Table of Content I. II. Company Background...

  6. Test of Market Efficiency

    the information whether it is public or private (insiders’ information), the capital market is strong efficiency. I choose Domino’s pizza, Carnival Corporation and Intercontinental Hotels Group from London Stock Exchange and collect the three companies’ share prices in three different 15 days. Meanwhile...

  7. Global Media and the Social Construction of Reality

    McChesney (1997) says, the relatively new “global commercial media system is dominated by a small number of superpowerful U.S.-based transnational media corporations” (pg 1), then within the perspective of the social construction of reality this may have implications for the realities of peoples around the world...

  8. etisalat CSR

    1983. This combination allowed the organization to move toward other modern companies. Etisalat became an international corporation in 1991 when a law was issued which gave the corporation the right to provide the telecommunication wire and wireless services in the country and between U.A.E and other countries...

  9. Carnival

    Financial Analysis: Carnival Cruise Lines Company Background The organization is one of the largest and most popular British-American cruise line companies. It was established in 1972 and since then the organization has just grown over the years. Today, it stands as a huge name in the corporate...

  10. Carnival Corporation & PLC: An Economic Analysis

    Carnival Corporation & PLC: An Economic Analysis Bambi H. Walton Columbia College BUSI 510 Dr. Jeffrey Snider Executive Summary While over the years, Carnival has seen tremendous growth, in more recent years, profitability is decreasing and the fate of the cruise industry rests on the shoulders...

  11. Carnival Corporation: A Comprehensive Analysis

    Index Executive Summary pg. 3 Carnival Corporation Mission Statement pg. 4 Evaluation of Mission Statement pg. 4 Company Objectives, Strategies and Core Competencies pg. 6 Business Scope pg. 9 Financial Ratios - 2002 pg. 12 Company Strengths pg. 14 Company Weaknesses pg. 15 Value, Rareness,...

  12. Carnival Corporation And

    Strengths 21 Figure 6 Organizational Chart 23 Weaknesses 24 Internal Factor Matrix 25 Table 5 IFE Matrix 26 Case Analysis Part 2 Table of Contents SWOT 27 Table 6 SWOT Matrix 28 SWOT Strategies 29 Quantitative Strategic Planning Matrix 30 Table...

  13. Case 16 Carnival Corporation

    Situation Market Share in North American Norwegien; 10% Disney; 2% Caribbean; 27% Others; 6% Carnival; 55% Market Share in Rest of the world Others; 15% Norwegien; 9% Disney; 2% Caribbean; 22% Carnival; 52% Company Overview Embryonic Inflection Point Growth Mature Decline Company Overview...

  14. Management

    | I. Analysis of the External Environment a. General Environment By doing a PESTEL analysis we identify general factors that influence the environment where Carnival Corporation operates: |Political ...

  15. Events Industry

    Campaign Contract Charity Change Confirm Faith Fun Financial Fair Festival Feelings Funeral Function Familiarise Fashion Corporate Carnival Creative Convene Confer Concert Challenge Community Contact Cultural Commercial Celebration Ceremonial Compete Contest ...

  16. Mothers against drunk driving

    third, 1980 was a warm and sunny day in Fair Oaks, California. Cari Lightner was walking with her friend to go spend some time at a nearby church carnival when she was struck and killed by a 47 year old man who had been on a three day drinking binge and had already been charged with driving under the...

  17. Strategic Analysis Carnival Cruise Line

    STRATEGIC ANALYSIS Industry Analysis The cruise industry generated 36.27 billion dollars of revenue in 2013 and increased to 37 billion by the end of 2014. The amount of passengers carried by the cruise industry has continuously increased each year and is expected to exceed 24 million by 2018....

  18. Carnival Corporation Case Study

    Carnival Corporation began their operations in 1972 when Ted Arison purchased an aging ship and converted it into the first vessel for their cruise line. Since then, Carnival Corporation has grown into the world's largest cruise line with Ted Arison's son Mickey Arison taking over as CEO of the Corporation...

  19. the fun ship

    STUDY 1 Strategic Management for Tourism The Fun Ship Experience at Carnival Lines Ekrem GÜLAY 2008435025 SUMMARY OF THE CASE At the beginning of case study, writer mentioned about early time of Carnival Cruise. Carnival has got more passenger capacity than any other cruise line in the world...

  20. Carnival Cruise Case

    Carnival Corporation (2002) I. CASE ABSTRACT In 2002, the biding war between Carnival and Royal Caribbean Cruise Line for the Princess Cruise Line ended. Carnival’s bid of %5.67 billion was accepted by Princess’s management, the war had lasted for almost a year, Princess had 11.9% market share...

  21. Corporate Growth Strategy

    Carnival Corporation Growth Strategy Academic Report on Strategic Management by Diana Romanova 100878 Strategy & Communication EHM3.SC-02 December 10, 2012 Abstract The purpose of the report is to discuss the current strategy of the Carnival Corporation, the world leader in the cruise industry...

  22. Carnical Strategy Report

    CARNIVAL CORPORATION STRATEGY REPORT GRIFFIN CONSULTING GROUP Benjamin Levin Jennifer Jones Tom Slade Wednesday, April 11, 2012 2 CONTENTS Executive Summary ..................................................................................................................... 4 Company Background...

  23. Text

    © Higher Education Press and Springer-Verlag 2007 Abstract City marketing provides a good vehicle to strengthen a city in competition. On the analysis of the important roles of events and city image in the context of city marketing, this paper suggests that holding festivals or special events is...

  24. NIGERIA-BUSINESS CULTURAL RESEARCH

    RUNNING HEAD: GLOBAL BUSINESS CULTURAL ANALYSIS: NIGERIA Global Business Cultural Analysis: Nigeria GLOBAL BUSINESS CULTURAL ANALYSIS: NIGERIA 2 Abstract There are many elements that are incorporated in the concept of culture, for Nigeria and everywhere else in the...

  25. Carnival Case Issues

    Sabine Borges Z7510 Accounting 1. Current Situation: CRITICAL CASE ISSUES Human Relations (CI #1) Employee and Labor Lawsuits Employees of Carnival are claiming unfair working conditions with poor compensation. (CI #2) Succession Mr. Arison stepping down in the future, who will run company...

  26. Carnival Cruise Line Oscar

    I. Current Situation A. Current Performance Despite the decline in travel demand, Carnival managed to carry a record 8.5 million guest. 2009 sales were below the 2008 record, the company still posted a $1.8 billion net income European expansion proceeded smoothly and expansion initiatives in Australia...

  27. Carnival Corporation: Acquiring Princess Cruise Line(2002)

    Case 2 :Carnival Corporation: Acquiring Princess Cruise Line(2002) Question: Carnival management and board of directors believed that demand would continue to increase well in to the future. Considering that only a small percentage of the North America market had taken a cruise Vacation, reaching...

  28. Global Cruise Market Report: 2014 Edition

    backgrounds. Cruising is most popular among the older generation of age 50+. Visit Complete Report Here: http://www.marketresearchreports.biz/analysis-details/global-cruise-market-report-2014-edition A consistent increase has been observed in the global cruise industry over the past couple of...

  29. Pestel Analysis of Brazil for Breadtalk

    since it was founded. In this report, by using the PESTEL analysis on the nation--Brazil, which focusing on the elements such as Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Environmental and Legal, based on the results of those factors’ analysis, I wanted to find out whether Brazilian market is suitable...

  30. Carnival Swot

    facilities. A huge contributor of the cruise industry is Carnival Cruise Lines. Carnival offers a variety of quality cruises and prides themselves on delivering memorable vacations to cruisers. They not only offer outstanding value, but fun! Carnival Cruise Lines was founded by Ted Arison in 1972 who provided...