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External Analysis Walt Disney
Transcript of External Analysis Walt Disney
Analysis of the Industry Environment
In 1923, Walt Disney Company was established first known as The Disney Brothers Studio by Walt Disney and Roy Disney.
The Walt Disney Company is campaigning together with its subsidiaries and affiliates by 10 members of BOD and 15 members of Management team.
INTRODUCTION OF WALT DISNEY
PORTER 5 FORCES
Table of contents
Porters Five Forces
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External Analysis of Disney
-3D movie technology has gained popularity
(8 films were released in 2008 : $500 million box office
30 films were released in 2015 : $3.8 billion box office)
-Advances in computer technology to enhance animation
-Delivery speed of online content
-Prevalence of online content
-Latest gaming technology for various age groups abroad cruise liner
Digital displays in the parks
Offer apps for smartphones
Sell ticket online
-Tax benefits for the animation industry
-Trainings are on the rise
-Facilities are provided in the special economic zone
-Political differences are on obstacle to
-Tighter regulations regarding products safety
The legal department supports and provides legal
advice to the entire Walt Disney Company, including the theme parks, studio, media networks, consumer products and interactive media group. The work of the group covers a wide array of areas of specialization, including:
The Walt Disney’s employment law included:
“Discrimination in hiring, firing,” and various other aspects of
employment based on:
The prohibition of discrimination in the hiring, promotion, and compensation processes to those persons with disabilities, and also requires employers to make “reasonable” accommodations for them.
Disney Safety and Security
is a division of
The Walt Disney Company
responsible for workplace and guest safety, security and loss prevention at Disney resorts, theme parks, studios, corporate offices and Disney Cruise Line. This division also defines policies and programs for Disney's online presence and consumer products.
Disney company policy does not allow employees to carry weapons, including security personnel. It was recently discovered within conversation between Orange County law enforcement and some Federal Agencies , that Disney does have an armed section to its security personnel.
Opportunities & Threats
Opportunities for Walt Disney
• Extend Disney’s presence to developing countries. Like India and Dubai where infrastructure and demand is high (TV, Movie)
• Improve its branding through technology. Nowadays more and more children are starting to spend most of their time on the Internet, specifically social media websites. The Walt Disney Company can brand itself on these websites instead of branding themselves on T.V because les children watch T.V now.
• Expand to different sectors. Consumers will want to buy its products because of its popularity all around the world. Find one that’s easy to penetrate.
• Localization. Localization is the biggest threat to Disney. Singapore: Universal Studio. India: Adlabs Imagica, Esselworld, etc.
• Changes in values and culture. Children nowadays expect to hunt monsters and shoot the villains due to video games and PlayStation. Thus the old values and cultures are slowly dying and changing.
• Operating cost is huge due to Human resource expenses. Disney land requires a huge number of human resources to make it run. Similarly the operating expenses for a channel like ESPN.
• Intense competition. Disney’s parks and resorts business segment also receives strong competition from local competitors who can offer better-adapted product. More Pressure.
• Increasing piracy. With an increasing number of internet users and the speed of internet, this poses a great risk to Disney’s income, as fewer people would go to watch movies in a cinema or buy its DVD, when it’s freely available online.
• Strong growth of online TV and online movie renting. Subscription to online TV streaming and movie rental websites costs much less than to usual cable television providers. In addition, internet infrastructure is often managed by different companies, thus taking the power away from cable network providers.
• Vulnerable to recessions. When there is an economic recession, people have less money to spend on vacations due to loss of jobs or increased prices of essential items such as clothing and food.
• Rise in Gas/Airline Costs or Travel Expenses
• Increase in R&D in healthy active lifestyle
• Intense Competition. Companies like Universal Studios compete with the Walt Disney Company in the entertainment industry. Universal Studios also makes movies that appeal to children.
The major point is that Walt Disney is still one of the strongest brands in the world. Although it has several threats, it can be overcome if the company goes local and starts attracting the local crowd and the next generation of developing countries. If Disney does this, it will definitely be a complete cash cow in its business.
ABC owned television studio
A&E television networks
Disney media distributions
-Parks and Resorts
4 Cruise ships
-Walt Disney Studios
Disney Music Group
Pixar Animation Studios
Disney Publishing Worldwide
Disney Interactive Media
Disney Interactive Games
Orin C. Smith Robert A. Iger
Director since 2006 Chairman, CEO
-To be one of the world’s leading
procedures and providers of entertainment and information.
-Making people happy
Walt Disney Company has upheld a strong commitment and responsibility to conserve natural resources by seeking to establish and sustain a positive environmental legacy for Disney and for future generations.
- reducing emissions
- ecosystem conservation
- connecting kids and nature
-water and energy conservation
Caring for wildlife and animals
Connecting kids and nature:
Water and energy conservations:
: 4-12-year (around 25.8 million kids)
Secondary target market: 35-55
Majority of Business
Parks: 90% come from 1hr or less commute
Cruises: 70% are American
Studio: Mostly families with 3-12yrs
According to the last Census
More guys than girls enjoy Disney
Wide variety of products