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Castillo, Shiela Mae
Lagaras, Irish Diane
Ocampo, Christelle Mae
Tumbaga, Kim Cristyl
May 6, 2013
Carnival Cruise Lines, Inc...
Carnival Corporation, founded in 1972, is the largest and most successful cruise line in the world; it has the highest number of cruise ships and passengers capacity. Carnival Corporation made its initial 20% public offering in 1987 and has acquired companies in different market segments...
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...
CASE 13 CARNIVAL CORPORATION (1998)
I. CASE ABSTRACT Carnival Cruise Lines, Inc., was founded by Ted Arison in 1972. From its inauspicious beginning, Carnival became known for fun-filled Caribbean cruises. Ted retired in 1990 as Chairman. His son, Micky Arison, CEO, then became Chairman. Carnival is considered...
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:
Strategic Group Analysis
Carnival Corporation (Carnival) is the world’s number one cruise operator boasting about a dozen of cruise lines as well as a fleet of about one hundred (100) ships with a total capacity of over 190,000 passengers. The Board of Directors of Carnival has assigned...
Swot analysis of Carnival Cruise Corporation
Table of Contents
SWOT Analysis 3
Mission Statement of Carnival Corporation 8
* Carnival is the largest and most successful international...
LIST OF FIGURES IV
LIST OF ACRONYMS 4
1 NEED AND THE MARKET ANALYSIS 1
2 CURRENT AND FUTURE MARKET SITUATION 1
3 INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS OF CARNIVAL CORPORATION 2
3.1 Mission Statement 2
3.2 Management 2
3.3 Goals and Values 3
3.4 Corporate Culture 3
allows for after hours access to the gallery as well as music, food, and a bar. Since it is only once a month, it usually has a theme, such as the Carnival, Pajamas, Girls Night Out, British Invasion etc.
The museum organizes film screenings that usually relate to whichever exhibitions are on display...
Strategic Audit of a Corporation
C. Corporate Resources
A. What are the corporations current marketing objectives, strategies, policies, and programs?
Objectives – The Company wants to keep promoting the “Fun Ship” theme...
Carnival Corporation Growth Strategy
Academic Report on Strategic Management
by Diana Romanova 100878 Strategy & Communication EHM3.SC-02
December 10, 2012
The purpose of the report is to discuss the current strategy of the Carnival Corporation, the world leader in the cruise industry...
Sabine Borges Z7510 Accounting
1. Current Situation: CRITICAL CASE ISSUES
(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...
over 300 m (984 ft) across and 124 m (407 ft) deep. It was formed during several episodes of quaternary glaciations when sea levels were much lower. Analysis of stalactites found in Great Blue Hole shows that formation took place 153,000; 66,000; 60,000; and 15,000 years ago.
Belize Scuba Adventure Tour...
Strategic Management for Tourism
The Fun Ship Experience at Carnival Lines
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...
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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...
Generally speaking, protesters believe that the global financial institutions and agreements undermine local decision-making methods. Corporations exercise privileges that human citizens cannot: moving freely across borders, extracting desired natural resources, and utilizing a diversity of human resources...
backgrounds. Cruising is most popular among the older generation of age 50+.
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A consistent increase has been observed in the global cruise industry over the past couple of...
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...
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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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
STRENGTHS * Owning of cruise brands, tour companies, hotels * Forms of entertainment * Competitiveness of the corporation | WEAKNESSES * Safety and security * Environmental safety practices * Overtime pay issue |
OPPORTUNITIES * Population * Economy | THREATS...
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
Strategic Analysis – Group Assignment
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I. II. Company Background...
Financial Analysis: Carnival Cruise Lines
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...
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...