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Unformatted text preview: Japan. When Euro Disneyland was opened they had agreed to hire mostly French people to operate the park. The management had to deal with hiring new people and enforcing the dress code and getting all the employees to smile and be polite, something that Disney has been known for. On opening day the park was nearly empty because the local radio stations were telling people to stay away from the Disney area because of traffic. The French listened and the opening day had less than 25,000 people attend. The lines were very short for all the rides. Management learned that the French hate standing in line. They want their own space. Each park had its own problems that needed to be dealt with. Each park tried to replicate what was here in California. They did not adapt to the new culture they were going to enough. There should have been more research on what each culture liked and disliked....
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course BUS 187 at San Jose State.