• Benefits to the Uk of Hosting the Olympic Games in 2012
    will contribute to the extremely ambitious target of 70percent of the population attempting 5x30 minutes of moderate activity per week by 2020 as outlined in the Game Plan (DCMS/Strategy Unit, 2002) Another economic benefit of the London 2012 Olympics is the aspect of sport tourism...
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  • Post Olympic Effects on Hospitality Industry
    Aim: To identify the issues that the hospitality industry may be faced with post Olympics 2012 and to recommend strategies to overcome the reduction in the business to hospitality organisations. Objectives: 1. To study the opportunities in the hospitality industry during Olympic 2012 2...
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  • Coca-Cola Olympic Campaign 2012
    wider and longer range comparing to the past. 3. Marketing Strategy The Coca-Cola Corporation is focusing on the public relation strategy to conducting the new 2012 Olympic campaign. Public relations is the building good relations with the company’s various publics obtaining favorable...
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    Dick Fosbury’s revolutionary new back-first high jump technique at Mexico 1968, known as the ‘Fosbury Flop’ Gymnast Nadia Comaneci’s perfect 10 at Montreal 1976. This case study demonstrates how adidas used innovative marketing strategies in its sponsorship deal with the London 2012 Olympic Games to...
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  • Olympic Games 2012 - Markating Mix
    The Olympic Games - London 2012 London is one of the great and most diverse world cities – and that means it’s always growing and changing. Winning the bid to host the 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games has provided a boost to London’s renewal, giving the opportunity to enhance and...
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  • Economic Analysis
    Economic Impact on the London 2012 Olympic Games 2011 Economic Impact on the London 2012 Olympic Games 2011 Table of Contents 1. Executive Summary…………………………………………………3 2. Introduction …………………………………………………………4 3. Analyze the economic...
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  • David Higgins: 2006-2011 Chief Executive of the Olympic Authority
    regulating the Construction Phase of the London 2012 Venues and Infrastructure. (2011). In London Olympic and Paralympic Games 2012 HSE Construction Division Intervention Strategy and delivery arrangements for regulating the Construction Phase of the London 2012 Venues and Infrastructure (pp. 2-2...
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  • Economic Impact
    opportunity that incorporated mass production for a homogenous target. Mass production was the nominated strategy because the target was following the similar trends as exhibited in the event of London 2012 Olympic. Additionally the target market is rendered as homogenous because of the fads being...
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  • Sustainable Olympics 2010
    strategy release in July, and second, the further development of the Legacy Master Plan Framework. The Committee strongly encourages the Mayor and the Commission for a Sustainable London 2012 to continue to stretch London 2012 and maintain a focus on delivering an environmentally sustainable Olympic and...
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  • Mcdonald's Event Marketing
    dividends and share repurchases” (Alford, 2012). Since McDonald’s has achieved its marketing goal by being the official food provider of London Olympics 2012, its branding strategy has contributed a lot. In the next section, how McDonald’s defined brand in the event and how was the brand...
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  • Five sustainability aspects of London 2012
    ). The Olympic Games of 2012 in London was seen as the first Olympic Games delivering sustainability (Ryan, E., 2011). A London 2012 sustainability plan was developed called “Towards a One Planet 2012” which was created by LOCOG; The Sustainability strategy shapes on the assurances set out in the...
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  • Business Strategy
    than they were earlier this year. This paper will describe how the 2012 Olympic will influence the tourism industry and its operation by analysing the main trends in the strategic environment that had an impact on Whitbread PLC’s mission and business strategy. Whitbread Plc is the perfect example to...
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  • Impact of 2012 Olympics on Hospitality
    of additional skills for the hospitality industry needs to be looked into. The results of which will be beneficial to the hospitality sector for designing proper strategies for more benefits in terms of sales turnover. Research Questions “How will the 2012 Olympics have an impact on the...
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  • London olympics 2012
    revenue potential.   2 Introduction This report focuses on the responsibility of the Head of Ticketing, London Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG), to establish a sales and marketing strategy for the 7.9 million tickets available at the London 2012 Olympics. With the support...
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  • London Olympics Pricing
    | The London 2012 Olympic Games | The LOCOG’s Ticket Pricing Strategy | | | | Contents 1. Introduction 2 2. Setting the price 2 2.1. Selecting Pricing Objectives 2 2.2. Determining Demand 3 2.3. Estimating Cost 3 2.4. Analysis of competitor’s costs/prices/offers 3 2.5...
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  • London 2012 Olympics Case
    while the lower tiers will be less expensive. The goal for Williamson in terms of his pricing strategy should be to increase the attendance. The 2012 London Olympic Games are deemed as “Everyone’s Games” the pricing strategy should align with this idea. The tickets should be priced at a cost that...
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  • Disabled People and London Transport
    happened in London. This also leads to many developments in infrastructure in London, Which also empower the accessibility of disabled people. According to the Olympics 2012 transport strategy report about 4200 of Paralympics athletes complete in 20 sports event and 1.5 million tickets will be offered...
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  • Coca Cola: Past, Present, Future
    London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games to encourage consumers to lead more active, healthy and sustainable lifestyles [15] . The sixteen days during the Olympics was a perfect time for Coca Cola to build up their global reputation and attract as many consumers as they could. Coca Colas first strategy...
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  • Marketing Strategy – Adidas
    more trends than anywhere else in the country. London 2012 gave Adidas a platform to target this audience but with a global reach. As a result of the marketing strategy in London 2012, Adidas said that the Olympics, alongside its sponsorship activity around the European Championships and the...
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  • Olympic Games
    well underway”. Moreover, the appropriate and suited strategy for the Olympics 2012 now is supported by the majority the firms engaged in the tourisms industry. Furthermore, Stevens (2008) argues that estimated at £2bn award of tourist revenue to the capital will be brought to the economy, which...
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