2. Other related businesses are derived from Euro Disney's main activity. For example, there are six theme hotels outside the park. Furthermore, food and souvenirs are sold within the park. There are also shopping centers, campgrounds and other facilities which generate even more business for the Disney Corp. This company benefits from these other businesses because it gains a 5 per cent royalty fee on food sales and manages to spread Disney's name in many different areas. Even if Disney doesn't gain a high percentage of royalties through sales of souvenirs, it still benefits from the free publicity.
3. Cultural adaptation of the theme park in France was essential in order for Euro Disney to work in its new location. First of all, French was made to be the first spoken language in the park. In addition to this, part of the amusements were adapted to French culture, such as the new attraction Discoveryland which includes references to French author Jules Verne's science fiction stories and the science fiction art of Da Vinci. Furthermore, there is a movie theatre which features European history and French culture. Emphasis is made on the fact that many Disney characters are European. The architecture is also adapted o local taste with more depth and sophistication
The park takes in account the colder climate of Paris comparing to Southern California and Florida. Lastly, alcohol is finally sold within the park as many visitors feel that wine is a part of discovering the French culture.
4. Euro Disney's marketing mix strategy:
· Product : Euro Disney's product is entertainment through a theme park located East of Paris. Other derived... [continues]
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