Business Plan - Intellectual Property Hilton hotels have trademarked their brand so wherever people decide to go they know the brand Location

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Business Plan Outline: Hilton Hotel Cover Sheet Hilton Hotels Table of Contents Executive Summary Organizational Plan Administration Plan Relates to Business Administration Executive Summary Hilton Company is unique for it provides quantity and quality whether for middle class and upper class. There are many brands of the Hilton that could fit any consumer needs. The company is taking advantage of all consumer preferences. Funds contributed to Company Mission Statement Swot Analysis Competitors: Fairfield Inn, Red roof Inn, Four seasons, Motel 6 Company's Competitive Advantages Financial projection The Organizational Plan Summary Description of the Business: This business is mainly specialized in hospitality and tourism as well as business administration. The company is focused on consumer appeal and satisfying their needs. Mission Business model strategy Strategic relationships SWOT Analysis Administrative Plan:
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Unformatted text preview: Intellectual Property: Hilton hotels have trademarked their brand, so wherever people decide to go they know the brand. Location: Hilton hotels are located everywhere through the nation and worldwide. Depending on the area, management teams decide whether or not to build a high class hotel or a middle class based on demographic. Management: Artesha Minor would like to contribute to the success of the company by becoming the regional manager for the east division. Security: Address security in terms of inventory control and theft of information. Project related costs. Marketing Plan: Advertisements: Endorsements, Word-of-Mouth, Magazines, Promotions, Giveaways, Celebrities, and Coupons. Relates to Business Administration: Deals with planning In Hospitality Management and Business Administration Organizing in Hospitality Management Human Resource Management in Business Management...
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This note was uploaded on 08/09/2011 for the course STRATGEIC 402 taught by Professor Awadzi during the Spring '11 term at Delaware State.

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Business Plan - Intellectual Property Hilton hotels have trademarked their brand so wherever people decide to go they know the brand Location

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