Instructors Name Student Name Subject Date The McDonalds Business McDonald's Business Model The sale of beverages food items and marketing are part of the main activities of the McDonalds business model. The many restaurants across the globe and the employees form the large part of the company's resources. The transactions sales and the relationship with the company's customers are conducted online basing on the method in which the customers prefer and are much interested in. The many restaurants across the globe are the main channels in which the company's products are distributed. The revenues of the McDonald company are generated from the many restaurants that are possessed by the company. and from those that are managed and owned by the company's franchise holders. Internationalization of the McDonald Company -- The McDonalds is widely known as the true champions of peaceful internationalization. It was reported by some authors and columnists matters and take charge of information the company will give its customers on nutrition. More so the company should let the local customers in South Africa choose what they want or wish for in the menus. The customers are vital for the steadiness of the company's business and their preference matters for the fall or sustainability of the business. Therefore the company should observe and monitor how the customers behave in the local market and package their products in a way that seems to be familiar and local to them. The customer feedback while purchasing food and drinks in the restaurants is a clear indicator of the local and global competitiveness of the company and its businesses. Works Cited BIBLIOGRAPHY Alan H. a. (1986). The Origins of McDonald's Golden Arches. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians. Johnson D. (2015). McDonald's franchisees say all-day breakfast launch a disaster. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_McDonald'shttp://blogs.hbr.org/2012/10/mcdonalds-local-strategy-from/http://www.diva-portal.org/smash/get/diva2:534795/FULLTEXT01.pdfhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McDonald's [...]
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