Jollibee Swot Anaalysis Essays and Term Papers

  • Swot Analysis Jollibee Foods Corporation

    SWOT Analysis Jollibee Foods Corporation -Tony Tan Cacktiong Strengths: - Jollibee was a regional industry leader that had experienced professionals as chief executives of the organization. - Wide variety of products offered in diverse markets. - Delicious food, drinks and dessert. - Jollibee has...

      383 Words | 2 Pages   Fast food restaurant, Jollibee, SWOT analysis, Globalization

  • Swot Analysis of Jollibee Foods Corporation

    Introduction Jollibee Foods Corporation Company Background Tony Tan Cacktiong founder of Jollibee Foods Corporation tells a story about the success story of his company. There are many other stories about Tan and Jollibee that many people didn’t know about, and that would have remained unknown...

      1537 Words | 5 Pages   7-Eleven, Jollibee, Franchising

  • Jollibee

    Magnolia Ice cream parlor at Cubao. This is later to become the 1st Jollibee Outlet. 1978 Bakery is established in Cubao. Jollibee posts 1st year sales of P2 million Jollibee incorporates as a 100% Filipino-owned company, with seven Jollibee fast- food restaurants within Metro Manila as initial network...

      1537 Words | 6 Pages   Jollibee

  • Jollibee

    Jollibee, a home-grown Filipino hamburger chain, expanded rapidly throughout the Philippines and in 1993 had 124 stores. The company had weathered a series of storms – the entry of McDonald’s in 1981, their first failed move offshore to Singapore in 1993, subsequently entry to the Taiwan, Brunei and...

      298 Words | 1 Pages   Jollibee

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    ENVIRONMENTAL SCANNING TOPIC: Technological Environment And Natural Environment Submitted to: Ms. Rubi Ana Saludario Submitted by: Siega, Lyn-Lyn Goyo, Janine Donayre, Sheela Bhee Esquivel, Paula Dela Cruz, Fernelito Barcoma, Lester BSEM - 2ND YR. Natural Environment ...

      3133 Words | 10 Pages   Animal Welfare Act of 1966, Animal welfare, Sustainability, Renewable resource

  • Jollibee

    () Jollibee A quick analysis of the industry that Jollibee operates in will bring to light several important issues that it faces in different areas. The company started in 1975 and expanded quickly throughout the Phillipines . Upto 1983, Jollibee faced no serious challengers. The entry of McDonalds...

      2887 Words | 10 Pages   Human resource management, Fast food restaurant, Competitive advantage, Performance appraisal

  • Jollibee

    ten years of his life in competition with Jollibee, Noli Tingzon became the general manager of the international division of Jollibee in 1997. Trying to obtain the approximate store level sales of McDonald’s smaller Asian outlets, Noli suggests opening 60 Jollibee restaurants abroad. Seeking new international...

      405 Words | 2 Pages   Competition

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    Saint Paul School of Business and Law Campetic Palo, Leyte MICROECONOMICS COMPETITION JOLLIBEE Submitted by: Lego, Roselle Eve B. BSCMA-3 (11:00-12:00) Statement of the Problem Both Franchise offer almost have the same product. McDonalds Philippines, an American fast food company they...

      480 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Jollibee

    A successful story of JOLLIBEE Jollibee is a fast-food restaurant chain based in Philippines. Where by the founder is Tony Tan CakTiong. Something to share with of the successful story of JOLLIBEE! Tony Tan Caktiong’s Jollibee has been one of the most admired, most copied, most innovative and most...

      651 Words | 2 Pages   Jollibee

  • Jollibee

    Tan Caktiong and his family opened a Magnolia Ice Cream parlor from Bankerohan, Davao City to Cubao in 1975 with JollyEgg as the original name. • Jollibee began as a two branch ice cream parlor in 1975 offering hot meals and sandwiches. • In 1978, Caktiong and his brothers and sisters engaged the services...

      394 Words | 3 Pages   Jollibee

  • Jollibee

    Question 1: Perform an internal analysis of Jollibee. Your analysis should include business fundamental knowledge analysis, value chain analysis and capability and core competencies evaluation. 1.1: Introduction To accomplish Jollibee’s Internal Analysis, I will examine the firm’s strength & competitive...

      4155 Words | 15 Pages   Porter's generic strategies, Porter five forces analysis, Globalization, Competitive advantage

  • Jollibee

    A business strategy is the means by which it sets out to achieve its desired ends (objectives). It can simply be described as a long-term business planning. Typically a business strategy will cover a period of about 3-5 years (sometimes even longer). A business strategy is concerned with major resource...

      268 Words | 1 Pages  

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    will require Jollibee to work harder to sell its name as a fast food chain. Furthermore, Tingzon’s idea of opening twenty stores would require a big investment and there is no guarantee of success, which will result in a big loss for the company. Even though Salvosa believed that “Jollibee could raise...

      369 Words | 2 Pages   Fast food restaurant

  • Jollibee

    1. Jollibee was able to build the dominant position in fast food in the Philippines because it was based on “Five Fs”: friendliness, flavorful food, fun atmosphere, flexibility in catering, and focus, which fitted the Filipino customer’s habit. Additionally, since it was a local brand, it understood...

      1163 Words | 4 Pages   First-mover advantage, Fast food restaurant, Jollibee, Hamburger

  • Jollibee

    Marketing Management MKA-23 November 23, 2012 JOLLIBEE FOODS AND CORPORATION Mission To serve great tasting food and bringing the joy of eating to everyone Vision We are the best tasting QSR...

      344 Words | 2 Pages   Fast food restaurant, Jollibee

  • Jollibee

    Jollibee is the largest fast food chain in the Philippines, operating a nationwide network of over 750 stores. A dominant market leader in the Philippines, Jollibee enjoys the lion’s share of the local market that is more than all the other multinational brands combined. The company has also embarked...

      8188 Words | 27 Pages   Jollibee, Fast food restaurant, Competitive advantage, Strategic management

  • Jollibee

    Jollibee was able to build its dominant position in the fast food industry in the Philippines in several ways. The Company, in which the Tan family owned a majority ownership, operated on the vision of employees working happily and efficiently. This vision later became part of Jollibee’s “Five Fs” operating...

      314 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Jollibee

    QUESTION 1 Jollibee had a unique company policy that was the embodiment of its CEO’s vision. According to Tony Tan Caktiong – the company’s President and CEO – employees should work happily and efficiently. The company’s philosophy became known as the “Five Fs”: friendliness, flavored food, a fun atmosphere...

      843 Words | 3 Pages   First-mover advantage, Franchising

  • Jollibee

    Jollibee Foods Corporation: Case Background I have always believed that I can make my business a big business. -- Tony Tancaktiong In May 1975, Tony Tan and his girlfriend/future wife Grace decided to be the bosses of themselves and went into a franchise agreement with then popular Magnolia Ice Cream...

      7589 Words | 29 Pages   Supply chain, Jollibee, Marketing, Logistics

  • Jollibee

    Jollibee Foods Corporation Overview and History of Company "The Jollibee story is an inspiring saga of corporate vision, commitment to quality and customer service, and state-of-the-art strategic marketing." - An article on Philippine Marketing Association's website, www.pma.philonline.com. "If McDonald's...

      1020 Words | 3 Pages   Jollibee, Fast food restaurant, Hamburger