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Why Firms Go International

abroad. Let us take KFC as an example. There are many kinds of fast food restaurant in United States of America as fried chicken and hamburgers are the main food for American, so the competition is very stiff in domestic market and it is almost saturated- there are enough fast food brands to meet people’s need in fried chicken and hamburgers. In order to make more profit, KFC decided to enter China’s market as there was no competitor and the main food for Chinese is rice. Then KFC became the first and...

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Changing Culture at Pizza Hut

expected of leaders in this organization? 6. What aspects of performance are discussed most in evaluations? The purpose of this article is to share with you how senior leaders at Pizza Hut in particular and at Yum! Brands, Inc. (Pizza Hut, Taco Bell and KFC) in general answered these questions and were able to create a new culture after the restaurants were spun off from PepsiCo Inc. Culture change does not occur in a vacuum. It is an integral part of the company’s fabric. To change a company’s culture...

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VietMac

Phong (Nhi 2012). Although being a highly emerging phenomenon in the fast food industry in Vietnam, VietMac still have some big competitors which are KFC, Lotteria or BBQ. 2 Product description With its slogan “Live FAST - eat FRESH”, VietMac’s rice burger not only bring to its customers the same convenience as the popular brands of fast food do like KFC or BBQ, but also drives customers in the fresh-oriented way with low-fat ingredients, which are good for health. Additionally, with rice patties instead...

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Mcdonald's Is China Loving It? Possible Solution

present operations, hoping to maintain its second place rank to KFC, or implement new strategies to gain market share, meet the Chinese people’s expectations, and abide by governmental standards. The following alternatives will be evaluated to make a decision: 1. Base – Status Quo In this scenario, McDonald’s will continue operating under its current strategies. New threats from competitors in China, including long-time rival KFC, Asian fast-food companies like Hong Kong’s Café de Coral, Taiwan’s...

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Toward Sustainability: Tourism in the Republic Cypress

is the Restaurant group, YUM! Brands Inc, specifically KFC, & McDonald’s. The YUM restaurant group owns KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell. There are approximately 5000 outlets in China. Young stated that “Yum depends heavily on consumer sentiment in the Asian giant; it’s the Louisville, Kentucky based company’s most important market outside of the United States” (International Business Times, 2012, para. 2). Under the YUM brand umbrella, KFC is the more dominant competitor over McDonald’s as well...

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Marketing Final Paper

combination of KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, A&W or Long John Silver's brands. Yum Brands also shows great Corporate Social Responsibility in the industry. Yum! Ranked #337 out of 500 on Newsweek's 2010 Green Rankings U.S. list #62 on Corporate Social Responsibility Magazine's 100 Best Corporate Citizens List of 2010, #33 in 2009. Yum Brands has cemented their products with unique taste differentiation by making their chains the leaders in the industry. A&W is Root Beer and KFC is fried chicken...

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Why Did Pizza Hut in China Quit Franchise

According to theoretical framework, the suppliers in a competitive market will have indirect power on downstream firms because they can sell their goods to the highest bidder. We know that Pizza Hut have many rivals when buying inputs, Papa John, KFC and any firms sell similar food because they need similar raw materials. So if Pizza Hut wants to purchase good raw materials, the transaction cost will be high to the franchised canteens. However, when it quit franchise to become vertical integrated...

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Mcdonald's Strategic Analysis

branding, where several restaurants operate at the same location. * Taco Bell and KFC locations under one roof * Dunkin Donuts and Baskin-Robbins * Arby’s and p.t. Noodles * Non-traditional operations * McDonald’s operations in Wal-Mart stores and gas stations * Little Caesar’s Pizza outlets in Kmart stores * International development * Companies such as McDonald’s, KFC, and Burger King continue aggressive development of markets in Asia and South America...

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Subway Restaurants

share of 37%. Subway came in fourth with 8% behind KFC (17%) and Hungry Jacks (9%) however by 2005 had the highest number of stores registering an increase from just under 200 in 1998 to nearly 850 in 2005 – the most significant increase of all fast food restaurants. Although top-of-mind brand awareness remained low at eight percent, an increase of only one percent from the previous year, unaided awareness was still strong at 61%, only behind KFC with 67%. Unaided awareness was also higher for Subway...

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Fast Food

thriving. The food industry is let by fast food restaurants which are responsible for 72.8% of the whole food industry revenues. In North America, McDonald's is followed by Subway, Burger King, Wendy’s, Starbucks, Taco Bell, Dunkin’ Donuts, Pizza Hut, KFC. All in particular order to the amount of sales in North America in 2010. McDonald’s is the industry leader, with revenues that are 3 times to the next on the list. They are very much concentrated on low prices and getting the customer as quick as...

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