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The Most Recognized Symbols on Earth 5-8
Transcript of The Most Recognized Symbols on Earth 5-8
Unit 5 Lesson 8
Connections Academy Most Recognized Symbols on Earth Purpose of This Project To explain how and why certain brands and products have gained world wide popularity. Cultural landscape, trait, region, physical barrier effects, and social barrier effects all relate so closely. When assessing brand awareness you realize these relate because things are more valuable sometimes because they're hard to get to and transport. These five terms all play a part in cultural diffusion because these are all reasons why the cultures are deteriorating and changing. The relationship of the five terms Apple was founded on April 1, 1976 in California. It was created by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne. Thy produce computer hardware, software, electronics, and conduct in digital distribution.
Revenue: $156,508 billion (2012)
Employs: 72,800 (2012)
Apple is very popular because its globally friendly, has attractive, fast, and sleek products. They also have 394 retail stores in 14 different countries.
They are the largest publicly traded corporation in the world. Their market cap is bigger than Google and Microsoft combined. Apple: The "Automobili Lamborghini" was found on October 30, 1963 in Sant'Agata Bolognese, Italy. This car brand was founded by Ferruccio Lamborghini.
Revenue: 268 million (euros) (2011)
Employs: 831 (2011)
Produce: 1,711 vehicles like; Gallardo LP 570-4
and Aventador J.
Lamborghini's are popular because they are beautiful, fast, and sexy cars. Plus its a car from Italy, everything from Italy is the best. Cultural Landscape: Culture Region: Physical Barrier Effects: Social Barrier Effects: Definitions any land formation designed and created intentionally by man.
Ex. stop sign, golf course, mall, railroad, pyramid, banana plantation. Cultural Trait: anything from a certain culture whether its adopted or created.
Ex; language, dress, religion, values, and family. An area of the world with certain things in common.
Ex; history, language, and beliefs. the characteristics of the natural environment that doesn't allow the spread of culture.
Ex. Oceans, deserts, mountain ranges, dense forests, and frigid climates. characteristics of cultures that do not agree with one another, causing limited interaction between them and not allowing the spread of culture.
Ex. Language, religion, race and ethnicity, and a history of conflict between specific human groups. Brand awareness: how a brand is recognized by potential buyers and how its associated with a certain product. Ex. iPod, iPhone, Apple, Mac, Dell, Android, Samsung. Works Cited: A company founded by Walt Disney on October 16th, 1923 in Los Angeles, California.
They produce television, movies, theme parks, resorts, broadcasting, radio, web.
Revenue: $40,893 billion (2011)
Employs 156,000 (2011)
Disney is popular because it is a classic and has been around for decades. It is attractive to all different cultures because the shows on television broadcast all over the world. They also have amuesment parks and resorts around the world; in Hong Kong, Japan, California, and Florida. What makes them global brands? Brands become global by a good leader with good spirit. Knowing how to make a unique high quality brand for consumers is key. You need highly motivated employees to carry out what needs to be done. Last of all, you need to be supported by the best processes.
Making a brand global takes time, effort, creativity, and media mostly. Conclusion: I have learned what it takes to create and drive a global brand. How much they're worth. What makes them attractive and how it effects cultures by coming from one place and being distributed all over the world influencing all different cultures. Building a Company: Roy O. Disney and the Creation of an Entertainment Empire, Bob Thomas, 1998 </http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Walt_Disney_Company\>
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