What led to the eventual woes experienced by Hong Kong Disneyland in its first year of operation? How should Hong Kong Disneyland rectify its market situation? The venture into Hong Kong by Walt Disney was a simple example of a large successful western company not doing its homework. The case presents a clear picture of the importance of understanding a foreign market Hong Kong Disneyland is a famous international company over the world.
Case Study: Marketing Strategy of Walt Disney Company - MBA Knowledge Base
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When Disney releases a well-made animated film, it will publicize it vigorously to seek box office revenue. It gains the first round of income by issuing copies and videotapes. Then it will develop subsequent products. Disneyland comes first. When it releases an animated film, a new character will appear in Disneyland, so that tourists can visit it happily amid the atmosphere jointly created by film and Disneyland.
It believes in repeatedly improving its products and service contributions. In its theme parks, Disney continually updates and modernizes its rides so as to satisfy usual customers while attracting newer ones. Disney is also a marketing genius by continually creating new sources of revenue.