"Social Economic And Political And Environmental Factors Affecting Tourism In Kenya" Essays and Research Papers

  • Social Economic And Political And Environmental Factors Affecting Tourism In Kenya

    FACTORS AFFECTING EMPLOYMENT IN KENYA. Creating opportunities in terms of employment is of critical concern to every country in the world. While the developed countries have some strategies to cushion the citizen against unemployment, the developing and under developed countries are still struggling with the impact of unemployment. There are a number of factors that have continued to affect employment in Kenya. These factors are traced from colonial era and continue to have influence even today...

    Africa, City, Developed environments 1314  Words | 4  Pages

  • Social, Economic and Environmental Impacts in Tourism

    The large scale impacts of Tourism include environmental, socio-cultural and economic impacts. Impacts can be positive, as well as negative, but should never be underestimated. The concept of sustainability is factored into these tourism impacts, when the size of the impacts become large enough to drastically alter economic, socio-cultural and environmental areas of a tourist destination. The importance of these impacts will be analysed and evaluated in this essay, keeping in mind that this will...

    Sustainability, Sustainable development, Sustainable tourism 2288  Words | 7  Pages

  • Tourism in India and Factors Affecting Tourism

    TOPIC:THE EXOTIC TOURISM IN INDIA WHAT IS TOURISM? Before hitting the target of tourism in india,let us first know what do we mean by TOURISM.(international).Tourism is travel for recreational, leisure, or business purposes.What the WTO(World Tourism Organisation) tells is that Tourism is people "traveling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes".Now this can be considered as an exact definition...

    Tourism, Tourism in India 494  Words | 3  Pages

  • political factors

    Political factors Political risk, for examples the Gulf war and terrorism somehow damaging passenger confidence, particularly in the US. Presence of political support and lobbying for major EU/US aerospace businesses Support of EU aircraft manufacturer for Rolls-Royce Subsidies by EU government US tax breaks for Rolls-Royce Carbon emissions under the Kyoto protocol is targets for reduction by EU, creating pressures for reduced impact of air travel Policy formation for example Open Skies liberalisation...

    Analysis, Economics, Inflation 912  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tourism Kenya

    KENYA Introduction The modern history of Kenya however, did not start until the Cushitic people from Northern Africa moved into present day Kenya around 2000 BC. The Bantu arrived and settled at the Coast at around 200 AD. Later between the 10th-14th centuries Nilotic people arrived and occupied the Rift Valley plains. Arab traders started frequenting the Kenyan Coast in the first century A.D. By 700 A.D. Arab settlements had sprouted along the coastline giving way to intermarriages between the...

    History of Kenya, Kenya, Maasai 1060  Words | 5  Pages

  • Social Evaluation of Kenya (Safari) Tourism

    THE SOCIAL EVALUATION OF KENYA ( SAFARI) As the tourism population increases, particular sections of the Kenyan population will become increasingly hostile to the presence of foreign tourists. A study of the Caribbean Islands showed that is a positive correlation between tourist density and “unfriendliness” towards tourists (Jackson, p.90). In theory, eventually there will be a saturation point where the amount of tourists will have a negative impact on the desirability of Kenya as a destination...

    Carrying capacity, Household income in the United States, Income 980  Words | 3  Pages

  • Criticalm Challenges of Kenya Tourism

    CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF KEY CHALLENGES THAT PLAGUE THE PUBLIC SECTOR TOURISM IN KENYA INTRODUCTION Tourism is the world’s largest industry. According to World Tourism Organization (WTO), tourism accounts for more than 10% of the world total employment, 11% of the Global Domestic Product (GDP) and the total tourist trips are predicted to increase to 1.6 billion by 2020. In Kenya tourism is an important sector of the economy, in 2006 tourism was the leading foreign exchange earners contributing Ksh 56...

    Tourism, World Tourism Organization 1614  Words | 5  Pages

  • Environmental Factors Affecting Globalization

    Environmental Factors Angela Mackey MKT 421 January 4, 2011 Harry Caldwell Environmental Factors Marketing in the world today is affected by so many factors in the environment. The factors include political and legal issues, which are the most important. Some other environmental factors that have a major effect on the marketing world are social, cultural economics, technological, and competitive. These factors surround the basis of the decisions made within marketing. Most organizations...

    Business, Globalization, International trade 1334  Words | 5  Pages

  • social economic factors affecting health

    Social and economic factors can influence and impact on an individual’s state of health vastly. Each aspect effects an individual in various different ways producing negative and positive outcomes, more commonly referred to as health detriments (Brooker and Waugh, 2007). Health detriments are described as being varied, multiple and interlinked, Dahlgren and Whitehead (1991) further expanded that the health detriments are considered to be on a five level multifactorial model. The model illustrates...

    Developmental disability, Disability, Individual 1211  Words | 4  Pages

  • Impact of Tourism in Kenya

    Impact of tourism on Kenya Academic English Impact of Tourism in Kenya Tourism is the phenomenon arising from temporary visits (or stays away from home) outside the normal place of residence or usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business, and other purposes. Tourism implies that a person takes a journey, which can be of a day or various days, and that can be within a national boundary, which be classified as a domestic tourist trip or a journey which crosses...

    Great Rift Valley, Gross domestic product, Kenya 1208  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Environmental Impact of Tourism

    The Environmental Impact of Tourism 1. Tourism and the Environment The term ‘environment’ is a generic concept. It encompasses different contexts including the cultural, social, political and economic. The most often assumed meaning of environment is that of nature. However, we must also remember that how we use nature carries with political, economic and social implications. We know that the impacts of human activities upon nature have implications for its biodiversity and the welfare...

    21st century, Environment, Environmental science 898  Words | 4  Pages

  • Environmental Impacts of Tourism

    Environmental Impacts of Tourism * The history of tourism closely shows that the environment has contributed to the birth and progress of tourism. * The term “environment” connotes both human and physical characteristics. Speakers and writers often refer to human environment, physical environment or a combination of both. * A term that describes the human and physical characteristics of an area is preexisting forms. BENEFITS 1. Environmental Awareness Tourism has created environmental...

    Biodiversity, Ecology, Environment 1100  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pestel and Porter's Analysis of Tourism Industry

    Contents: Introduction Page 2 Macro Environment Page 2 Competitive Forces in the Tourism Industry Page 4 Conclusion Page 6 References Page 6 Introduction: This paper will be dynamically examining the tourism industry during the 2000s. It will begin by using the PESTEL framework to analyse the macro environment and determine which factors drive the competitive forces within the industry. Following this, Porter’s Five Forces model will be used to analyse the actual competitive forces...

    Economics, Environment, Geotourism 1936  Words | 6  Pages

  • Marketing Micro and Macro Environmental Factors

    Macro and micro environments both fall into the categories of environmental scanning. The general scope of environmental scanning is that it is a component of global environmental analysis. While analyses are typically carried out on the macro environment, the micro environment still has an important role to play. In summary, the macro environment is involved with the industries, companies, markets, clients and competitors, while the micro environment can be represented by the suppliers, competitors...

    Economic growth, Economics, Economy 1678  Words | 6  Pages

  • Social and Economic Significance of Tourism Development

    The social and economic significance of tourism development on a global scale After studying and understanding how deeply tourism development has significantly impacted on the world, I have noticed how closely that the social and economic factors are related, and how both of these aspects have direct effect on both tourists, and the people that permanently reside at destinations that have been extremely popular amongst tourists. The understanding of how economic and social factors interrelate...

    Bali, Economics, England 1618  Words | 4  Pages

  • Environmental and Social Impacts of Tourism in the Uk

    Discuss the environmental and social impacts of tourism in the UK and consider whether the benefits exceed the costs. Tourism is a fast growing industry and a valuable sector, contributing significantly to the economy (“The Social & Cultural Impacts of Tourism”, n.d.). It has been generally accepted that tourism is, for the most part and with relatively few exceptions, beneficial to both generating and destination countries (Holloway, 2009, p. 114). Some researchers are less sure that this...

    Pollution, Sustainable tourism, Tourism 1801  Words | 5  Pages

  • Social and Cultural Negative Impacts of Tourism in Turkey

    2.0 Findings and Discussion 2.1 Definition The International Forum of Travel and Tourism Advocates defines tourism as the activities of persons travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business and other purposes not related to the exercise of an activity remunerated from within the place visited and also refers to the sector of the national economy with complex functions that unites a number of goods and services, offer...

    Culture, Sustainable tourism, Tourism 1490  Words | 4  Pages

  • Main elements of Vision 2030 in Kenya

    UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI COLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND EXTERNAL STUDIES FACULTY OF EXTERNAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT OF EXTRA-MURAL STUDIES COURSE TITLE: FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGEMENT COURSE CODE: LDP 603 ASSIGNMENT: DISCUSS THE MAIN ELEMENTS OF KENYA VISION 2030 AND HIGHLIGHT THE FACTORS THAT ARE LIKELY TO INFLUENCE ITS IMPLEMENTATION PRESENTED TO: PROF. H.J. KIDOMBO DATE OF SUBMISSION: NOVEMBER, 2013 PRESENTED BY: GROUP 2 MEMBERS Name Chepkoech Agnes Okayo Percila Ringera Aron Sumba K Gilbert Otieno...

    Economic development, Economic growth, Economics 1380  Words | 5  Pages

  • Environmental Factors

    Environmental Factors MKT421 Marketing STUDENT University of Phoenix INSTRUCTOR DATE Environmental Factors The Sony Corporation is a leading manufacturer of video, audio, communications, and information technology products for consumers and professional markets. Naval lieutenant Akio Morita and defense contractor Masaru Ibuka founded Sony in 1946 by establishing a partnership with $500 in borrowed capital and named their partnership as Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering...

    Akio Morita, Environment, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 1821  Words | 6  Pages

  • Foreign Direct Investment and factors affecting it

    59 Pakistan Economic and Social Review Volume XLI, No. 1&2 (2003), pp. 59-75 ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES BUSHRA YASMIN, AAMRAH HUSSAIN and MUHAMMAD ALI CHAUDHARY* Abstract. This study has analyzed the volume and determinants of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in developing countries of the world. The analysis was based on a sample of 15 developing countries with 5 each from upper middle, lower middle and lower income countries. In general...

    Developing country, Development, Foreign direct investment 1443  Words | 7  Pages

  • environmental factors affecting Nespresso in China

    ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS External environmental factors include sociocultural, Legal, Economic, Political, and Technology. The micro environment on the other hand comprises the industry and market. SOCIOCULTURAL FACTORS. Religion, education, ethnicity, education and language, age group, family, cross cultural differences. In 1978, the Chinese government introduced a birth control policy of one child per family. (Newsweek 2014) This in the long run will reduce both sales and labor availability...

    China, Coffee, Economics 1721  Words | 6  Pages

  • External factors affecting Business

    five (5) key external forces in doing the external assessment exercise, and these are political, economic, social, technological (PEST), and competitive factors. The scope of external assessment embraces the analysis of opportunities and threats impacting a certain industry or business. The following discusses the key factors covered by an external assessment: 1. Political Factors This exercise dissects the political, governmental, and legal aspects of a particular business. Both local and global environments...

    Business, Competitive intelligence, Economics 1694  Words | 6  Pages

  • PEST Analysis of Kenya- Kitchen Aid

    PRODUCT OR BRAND MANAGER A product manager, in my point of view deals with all aspects of marketing and planning to forecast of the product. The manager is in charge of developing product marketing and product design, the factors defining said product and handles all analysis of the market conditions and. MARKETING MANAGER A marketing manager handles all aspects involved with the marketing techniques of the product, defines the market served, analyses the competitive market, sets product prices...

    Africa, Economic growth, Kenya 1250  Words | 5  Pages

  • Global Factors Affecting Business

    Global factors affecting business The way of running the business differs from country to country. The marketing, sales and technical skills are required to increase the productivity of business. Business in general is enhanced when people from different cultures find new approaches to old problems, creating solutions by combining cultural perspectives and learning to see issues from the viewpoint of others. Business Environment consists of factors influential to the business operations. These...

    Business, Business terms, Commerce 1018  Words | 4  Pages

  • Economic, social and political policies

    How successful were the economic, social and political policies of the Tsar’s government from 1894-1914? In 1894, Nicholas II ascended to the throne following the death of his father, Alexander III. Woefully unprepared for such a role, Nicholas II has been characterized as a naive and incompetent leader. At a time of enormous social and political change in Russia, Nicholas held fast to the outdated, autocratic policies and opposed reform of any kind. His inept handling of the military matters and...

    Latvia, Nicholas II of Russia, Russia 1212  Words | 3  Pages

  • Pestel: Pest Analysis and Factors

    Tactics. PEST analysis ('Political, Economic, Social and Technological analysis''') describes a framework of macro-environmental factors used in the environmental scanning component of strategic management. Some analysts added Legal and rearranged the mnemonic to SLEPT; inserting Environmental factors expanded it to PESTEL or PESTLE, which is popular in the United Kingdom.[1] The model has recently been further extended to STEEPLE and STEEPLED, adding Ethics and Demographic factors. It is a part of the...

    Analysis, Management, Market research 1101  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Political, Economic and Social Contribution of Cultural

    The Political, Economic and Social Contribution of Cultural Tourism in Three Asian Countries Different countries have different cultures. No matter it is a developing country or a developed country, it also has its own cultural characteristics to attract people from everywhere on earth to visit it. Tourists visit historical or heritage places, religious buildings or even performances in these countries, it is called “Cultural Tourism”. Cultural tourism has a great effect in the change of economic...

    China, Culture, Developed country 1357  Words | 4  Pages

  • Pestel: Economics and Factors

    monitor the macro-environmental(external marketing environment) factors that have an impact on an organisation. The result of which is used to identify threats and weaknesses which is used in a SWOT analysis. PESTEL stands for: * P – Political * E – Economic * S – Social * T – Technological * E – Environmental * L – Legal Lets look at each of these macro-environmental factors in turn. All the external environmental factors (PESTEL factors) Political Factors These are all...

    Economics, Government, International trade 630  Words | 3  Pages

  • Factor Analysis and Social Factors

    analyse how political, legal and social factors are impacting upon the business activities for the same organisation used in P5 and their stakeholders and another contrasting organisations. And also Evaluate how future changes in economic, political, legal and social factors, may impact on the strategy of the specified organisation. P6,M3,D2 To do this, simply describe some of the important changes that are taking placing using appropriate facts and figures. You only need to examine the Political, Legal...

    Business cycle, Economics, Factor analysis 1193  Words | 4  Pages

  • Factors Affecting Formulation

    uesday, February 16, 2010 Factors affecting objective formulation Important factors affecting objective formulation are: 1. Size of the organization :Bigger size makes that objective formulation process complex. 2. Value system of top management :The objective formulation is affective by the value system of top management. Their philosophy,attitudes,aspiration and needs influence objective. * Philosophy reflects the creed of the organization.It specific basic beliefs,values,aspiration...

    Corporate governance, Hoshin Kanri, Management 563  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tourism Industry

    Market Analysis of Tourism Industry Table of Contents 1.0 Abstract 2 2.0 Introduction 2 3.0 Specific analysis 2 3.1 Analysis of macro environmental factors 2 3.1.1 The economy 3 3.1.2 Social trends 3 3.1.3 Political environment 3 3.2 Analysis of micro environmental factors 4 3.2.1 The targeted customers 4 3.2.2 The competitors 4 3.2.3 The consumer behaviours 4 3.2.4 An internal analysis with a focus...

    China, Economics, Economy 1687  Words | 6  Pages

  • Environmental Factors Affecting Obesity

    Environmental factors affecting obesity 1. introduction 2. method equipment 3. budget 4. time frame Calorie Consumption In America, a changing environment has broadened food options and eating habits. Grocery stores stock their shelves with a greater selection of products. Pre-packaged foods, fast food restaurants, and soft drinks are also more accessible. While such foods are fast and convenient they also tend to be high in fat, sugar, and calories. Choosing many foods from these areas may...

    2009, Energy, Food 897  Words | 4  Pages

  • Factors Affecting Consumer Demands

    CONTENTS PAGE Page Section 1 - Introduction 3 Section 2 - Evaluate main factors affecting consumer demands & types of hospitality products 2.1 Seasonality 4 - 5 2.2 Price 6 - 7 2.3 Location 8 - 9 2.4 Contemporary issue 10 - 11 Section 3 - Conclusion 12 Section 4 - References 13 - 14 Appendix 1 & 2 15 SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION ...

    Consumer theory, Hong Kong, Hospitality industry 1898  Words | 6  Pages

  • Role of Media in Tourism

    Developing  Tourism  Policy  and  Cross‐Cultural  Communication  for  Peace,  Security  for  Sustainable Tourism Industry in Africa          Author: Wilson Okaka   Lecturer (Communications and Environment Programmes)  Kyambogo University Kampala‐(Uganda)  Telephones: [Office: 256‐414‐3771775] ‐ [Mobile: 256‐078‐2588846]  Email: nupap2000@yahoo.com            Paper Presented at the 4th International Institute of Peace through  Tourism (IIPT) African Conference on Peace through Tourism at  Educators’ Forum...

    Africa, Communication, Culture 9751  Words | 6  Pages

  • Marketing and Environmental Factors

    world over.” Various Environmental factors Affecting Marketing process. Various factors affecting marketing process. The environmental factors that are affecting marketing process can be classified into : 1) Internal environment and 2) External environment Internal Environment of Marketing : This refers to factors existing within a marketing firm. They are also called as controllable factors, because the company has control over these factors : a) it can alter or modify factors as its personnel, physical...

    Business, Customer relationship management, Distribution 1300  Words | 4  Pages

  • community based tourism

    INTRODUCTION: At the beginning of the 21st century, a change was observed the tastes of tourists, who moved towards other forms of tourism. This could have been due to knowledge of new destinations, up until that point unexplored by tourists, and the search for a destination with greater focus on local customs, history, ethics and the particular culture of the destination. In this sense, cultural diversity is looked upon as a means of enriching the experience of increasingly active tourists who...

    Community, Local government, Sweden 2151  Words | 8  Pages

  • FACTORS AFFECTING GROWTH OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISE IN KENYA

    CHALLENGES AFFECTING THE GROWTH OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISES IN KENYA (A Case study of Wajir Soko Mjinga Market) A Research proposal Submitted in Partial Fulfillment for the Award of Diploma in Business Administaration to the Mount Kenya University JULY 2013 ACKNOWLEDGMENT I take this occasion to thank the Almighty GOD for blessing me with his grace. I extend my sincere gratitude to my MKU supervisors...

    Economic development, Economic growth, Government 1851  Words | 7  Pages

  • Impacts of Tourism

    Close analysis of case study shows that environmental impacts as well as sociocultural effects have prevented the economic benefits that local communities have received. It is absolutely a fact that tourism has brought a variety of economic benefits to local communities. First of all, it creates employment from local people. According to Duval (2004b, 4), Caribbean tourism is on the way of development, which accounts for over 15 percent of the region’s occupation and nearly 6 percent of its GDP...

    Coral reef, Cruise ship, Cultural tourism 880  Words | 3  Pages

  • Environmental Factors

    Environmental Factors Week 5 Chris Eden MKT/421 January 28, 2013 Environmental factors are identifiable elements in the physical, cultural, demographic, economic, political, regulatory, and technological environment that affect the survival, operations, and growth of an organization. A global organization such as McDonalds has to take into consideration these environmental factors to continue to grow outside the borders of the United States. This paper will analyze global economic interdependence...

    Business ethics, Corporate social responsibility, Corporation 1188  Words | 4  Pages

  • Coca Cola Environmental Factors Paper

    considering the environmental factors that could possibly affect their marketing both globally and domestically. The Coca-Cola Company and Subsidiaries have many environmental factors that affect their global and domestic marketing decisions. These factors include; global economic interdependence alongside trade practices and agreements, demographics and their importance on top of physical infrastructure, cultural differences, social responsibilities, ethics versus legal obligations, political systems and...

    Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Free trade 1224  Words | 4  Pages

  • Environmental Factors

    Environmental Factors MKT/421 Environmental Factors Coca-Cola, Inc. When it comes to promoting a product or service, one size does not fit all. Certain aspects of the marketing plan need to change depending on whether the company is marketing domestically or globally. Coca-Cola, Inc. is a successful organization with both global and domestic operations. An organization of this magnitude has external factors that can affect the complete operations of the company. These factors can...

    Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Minute Maid 1069  Words | 4  Pages

  • Economic Development Through Social Tourism: a Case for Nottingham

    proposal Economic Development through Social Tourism: A case for Nottingham Research proposal: Aim: To identify the economic costs and benefits of implementing a local social tourism strategy The development of Tourism in any country is a great way for the reallocation of wealth from the local markets and injecting it back to the country’s revenue in a bid to ensure the growth of the community and see to it that the resources are tapped into and used effectively. Local tourism has a...

    Culture, Economy, Government 1265  Words | 4  Pages

  • Inequality In Kenya

    INEQUALITY IN KENYA INTRODUCTION After independence, the few educated Kenyans easily acquired wealth, without competition, and major changes since then has spawned few rich people because this group perfected ways of ensuring that wealth does not leak out, including marrying among themselves. Distribution of benefits of economic growth has been one of Kenya’s biggest challenges in its quest for long term prosperity and stability putting the suitability of the trickle-down economics that Presidents...

    Capitalism, Distribution of wealth, Economic inequality 2510  Words | 7  Pages

  • Environmental Factors

    Environmental Factors MKT 421 March 8, 2011 ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS Nike is an organization that conducts both domestic and global marketing. The environmental factors will be identified that will affect the global and domestic marketing decisions. The following will be addressed as they relate to the organization’s marketing decisions: Analyze the influence of global economic interdependence and the effect of...

    Advertising, Brand, Globalization 1031  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sustainable Tourism

    defined by the World Tourism Organization (WTO), tourism comprises the activities of persons travelling to and staying in places outside their usual environment for not more than one consecutive year for leisure, business, and other purposes. Key concepts of sustainable development and sustainable tourism, values and ethics of sustainable tourism and the needs of sustainability in all form of tourism shall be discussed in this essay. 2.1 Sustainable Tourism Since World War II, tourism has developed from...

    Biodiversity, Ecology, Natural capital 2314  Words | 7  Pages

  • Destination Development in Tourism

    Destination development is important for the growth of tourism. In the future, destinations will have to undergo improvements from the influence of these three prominent factors; Environmental, Societal-cultural and Economical. Each factor has issues that relate to tourism and the future of destinations. Many of the issues raised can be distributed amongst the three factors, making the implications, gradually more important for the future development of destinations. Carbon emissions and the on-going...

    Global warming, Tourism, World Tourism Organization 2436  Words | 7  Pages

  • Environmental Factors- Internal

    clear that environmental factors- internal, market and external- may have a significant impact on the organisation Envinronmental analysis is concerned with identifying how the various factors interact with an organisation. Discuss the key factors in the general external evironment Name: Nguyen Thi Thu Van The usual way of analysing the general external environment is to consider the key factors under four headings, characterised by the acronym PEST. . Political/ Legal environment ...

    Economics, Environment, Geert Hofstede 1263  Words | 5  Pages

  • Factors That Impact on and Influence the Organisation

    Factors that impact on and influence the organisation The business environment is often an uncertain one, where managers are faced with many factors that impact on and influence the organisation. The micro-environment includes suppliers, customers and stakeholders, all of which influence the organisation directly. The macro-environment, however, includes factors that influence the organisation but are out of its direct control. The micro-environment is often determined by the industry the...

    Customer relationship management, Customer service, Hospitality industry 1718  Words | 5  Pages

  • Environmental Factors

    Environmental Factors Amy S. Rivera MKT 421/Marketing Mr. Jim Severnak October 19, 2008 Introduction This paper will discuss Coca-Cola’s organization as this company conducts both domestic and global marketing. The high-level domestic and global environmental factors that will impact the organization’s marketing decision will be discussed, as well as how technology impacts the organization’s marketing decisions. The author will also analyze the importance of social responsibility and...

    Coca-Cola, Environment, Globalization 1018  Words | 4  Pages

  • Pepsi: Environmental Factors

    Environmental Factors Antonio Presley University of Phoenix August 31, 2009 Abstract Every organization has rules, regulations, and guidelines that help govern the conduct of the employees, global and domestic marketing decisions, and environmental factors. PepsiCo, success can be affected by an internal or external environment analysis. An internal or external environment analysis is an analysis of the target market for a company's goods or services that can provide understanding of environmental...

    Ecology, Environment, Environmental science 1028  Words | 4  Pages

  • tourism

    HANOI TOURISM INDUSTRY RESEARCH PROJECT Group 1 September 25th, 2013 CONTENTS I. Introduction II. Opportunities and Threats III. Major competitors & Competition in HANOI IV. The survey results V. Keys finding VI. Recommendation VII. Conclusion I. Introduction: Although many of us have been "tourists" at some point in our lives, defining what tourism actually is can be difficult. Tourism is the activities of persons traveling to and staying...

    Tourism, World Tourism Organization 1418  Words | 7  Pages

  • Macro Environmental Factors

    business organization of your choice and using macro environments factors only, comment on the validity of this statement.(25) INTRODUCTION Lancaster (2011) defines the macro environment as ’those global elements over which the organization has no control over but which affect the organization’s ability to serve its customers profitably.’ There are six major macro environment forces: cultural, demographic, economic, natural, political, and technological. The cultural environment includes institutions...

    Biodiversity, Biology, Ecology 1511  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tourism and Hospitality Industry

    IMPACT OF GLOBALIZATION ON HOSPITALITY AND/OR TOURISM INDUSTRY Globalization refers to the increments in the relationships of the people, industries, culture and various activities of economy. The term Globalization refers to the economics and all the global distribution of the production of goods and service which ultimately reduces the barriers of international trade like export fees, import quotas and various other tariffs, Cowen (2003). The Globalization has contributed to the growth of economy...

    Capitalism, Economic growth, Economics 2402  Words | 7  Pages

  • Social Stratification in Kenyan Communities

    STRATIFIED INTRODUCTION Social stratification refers to the ranking /ordering/classification of people in a society as determined by various parameters which includes language, gender, power, tribal affiliation, education, religion as a result of education. Stratification is wide spread in the Kenyan communities as a result affecting the economic, political and social relationship among the Different communities in Kenya, discussed below are the factors which make Kenya be regarded as stratified...

    Economics, Economy, Ethnic group 1965  Words | 6  Pages

  • Kenya Country Analysis

    1. Executive Summary Kenya is a country that has a history of political instability and violence amongst its citizens. Kenya has a large agricultural sector and is a very low-resource country that has very high levels of population growth. These high levels of population growth lead to a large labour force of unskilled workers. Public and Private Investment is crucial for upgrading a firm’s technology and ensuring technological progress. In recent years, Kenya has had very low investment levels...

    Capital accumulation, East Africa, Economic growth 1723  Words | 5  Pages

  • Kenyas Foreign Policy

    FOREIGN POLICY The conduct of foreign policy in Kenya is a prerogative of the Head of State the Chief Executive (President). These powers are rested in the Presidency by section 16 of the Constitution of Kenya, Amendment Act No. 28 and in Section 23 of the Constitution. Consequently, the Chief Executive is the initiator, articulator and director of foreign policy. This applies universally and is not unique to Kenya. The Foreign Ministry's responsibility is that of advice and execution in consultation...

    ACP-EU Development Cooperation, Africa, African Union 1530  Words | 5  Pages

  • 5 Factors Affecting Inbound and Domestic Tourism

    5 Factors affecting inbound and domestic tourism * Health, safety and security * Economic recession in the UK * Exchange rates * Weather * Accessibility Economic recession in the UK When the UK economy is doing well, its pound sterling is strong. However, having a strong pound actually discourage visitors from overseas because when they exchange their money in pound they will be getting less money, so it make visiting UK expensive and it deter inbound visitor from...

    Currency, Exchange rate, Late-2000s recession 1168  Words | 4  Pages

  • corporate social responsibility in kenya

    corporate social responsibility Definition: Corporate Social Responsibility- "CSR is all about performance in a variety of social and environmental topic areas that usually embrace issues such as philanthropy, diversity, socially responsible investing, human rights, business ethics, environment, workplace issues, sustainability, corporate governance and community development".(Visser, Matten, Pohl, & Tolhurst, 2007, p. 123). Companies that take an active role in promoting their corporate social responsibility...

    Business ethics, Corporate social responsibility, Corporation 1473  Words | 5  Pages

  • Environmental Factors

    Environmental Factors Paper Dallas Brekke MKT 461 - Marketing March 11, 2007 Environmental Factors Paper In any company, external factors exist that have an effect on the firms operations. Much of the time, these factors are largely uncontrollable and can only be managed and influenced to the best of the firm's ability. These factors are what make up the marketing environment. In this paper, we will explore some of the domestic and global environmental factors that may impact Dell Computer...

    Dell, Environment, Marketing 1058  Words | 3  Pages

  • PESTEL FACTORS

    Question Citing at least one of each of the PESTEL factors, discuss the implications of each factors to business startup or operation. The ever-dynamic nature of the business environment coupled by political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal factors (PESTEL) have contributed to a number of implications to business startup and or operation. Miller (1997) noted that, PESTLE is a strategic framework for understanding external influences on a business. The central thesis...

    Bank, Economics, Economy 1300  Words | 5  Pages

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