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Weaknesses Of Subway

is one of the major competitors of McDonald and Subway. Pizza Hut serves a large variety of starters, soups, salads, sandwiches, Pastas and deserts. Strategies:- The strategies at Pizza hut are guided by principles like Cleanliness, Hospitality, Accuracy, Maintenance, Product quality and Speed (CHAMPS). Customer service and satisfaction have of course always been a vital aspect of the strategies.  Problems and Weaknesses: One of the weaknesses of Pizza hut that it hasn’t overcome yet is its price...

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ASSIGNMENT I have chosen SUBWAY® as an Multi-National Company for my assignment. Subway was opened by Fred DeLuca at the age of seventeen in 1965 with the help of a friend, Dr.Peter Buck, who invested $1000 in his first sandwich shop which was named Pete’s Super Submarine which was located in Bridgeport, Connecticut which was meant to fund his dreams of becoming a doctor. He set a goal of having 32 stores in 10 years but by 1964, they had only 16 stores. They realized that they would not be able...

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The first thing one thinks of after hearing the name “Subway” is healthy food. The Subway brand has brought a revolution in the food industry with its healthy sandwiches & salads. Brand History: The founder Fred DeLuca in partnership with Dr. Peter Buck opened a submarine sandwich store in 1965 to fund his education as he wanted to be a doctor. Little did he know that he was destined to create a brand which today has 34218 restaurants spread across 95 countries. Brand Name: The founders...

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On the Subway

Thesis: Sharon Olds in, On the Subway, organizes the poem in three parts to present the contrasting lives of a Caucasian woman and an African American boy, which displays the narrator’s realization of the bond they share because of their similar fear of each other. In the first several lines, Olds presents the setting of the subway car, and the separation between its passengers. A notable simile illustrates the obvious differences between the white narrator and the boy, “His feet are huge, in...

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Subway Sandwiches

Subway Sandwiches Although sub and sandwich shops offer some of the best growth opportunities in fast food today, there are signs that the category is not what is use to be. Subway's rapid growth in recent years put sub sandwiches on the fast-food map and served to attract tremendous attention as well as investment dollars into this category. In part due to the increased competition, fewer operations and franchise prospects today view that name-brand sub shop as the easy way to success, compared...

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Subway Swot Analysis

Strengths Brand Recognition: Subway Restaurants are one of the leading submarine sandwich franchises based in the United States. Today Subway has brand recognition in over ninety-two countries having over 33,246 restaurants all over the world. Subway has well established itself as a brand in the fast food industry as one of the healthiest—if not the healthiest fast food restaurants in the United States. Subway is known as a company that offers healthy sandwiches that are much better compared...

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Marketing and Subway Restaurants Subway

relationships. Companies tend get themselves in deep problems because they fail to remember the service they are there to provide and to whom they are providing it to. SUBWAY RESTAURANTS Subway is an American restaurant that primarily sells sandwiches and salads. It is owned and operated by Doctor's Associates, Inc. Subway is one of the fastest growing franchises in the world and they are one of the world’s largest restaurant chains there is, in terms of number of locations. They have become...

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Subway Case Analysis

Subway Case Analysis SUBWAY® is the market leader in sub and sandwich shops offering a healthier alternative to traditional fast foods. SUBWAY's® annual sales exceeded $6.3 billion dollars, while countless awards and accolades have been bestowed its chain over the past 40 years. SUBWAY® had 7,825 units worldwide with 7,750 units in North America whilst its rapid growth has attracted many investments and brought it many competitors such as KFC and Burger King. Recent initiatives to attract customers...

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Internal and External Analysis of Subway

External Analysis of Subway STR 581 Carlos Pineda June 9, 2014 Internal and External Analysis of Subway Subway’s mission is: “Delight every customer so they want to tell their friends – with great value through fresh, delicious, made-to-order sandwiches, and an exceptional experience.” Subway’s franchise vision is to be the number one Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) franchise in the world, while delivering fresh, delicious sandwiches and an exceptional experience. Subway has three core values:...

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An Operational Analysis of Subway Restaurants

Tyann Peres An Operational Analysis of Subway Restaurants University of Houston-Downtown MGT 3332 Summer 1 Dr. Steven Coy An Operational Analysis of Subway Restaurants University of Houston-Downtown MGT 3332 Summer 1 Dr. Steven Coy Team Aces came to an agreement and decided to conduct an operational analysis of various Subway Restaurants throughout the Houston and Katy area. Each team member was charged with the task of visiting a Subway location near their residence. This way each...

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