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Loan Application for the Tootsie Roll Industries Gina Brazelton Accounting 561 November 5, 2012 Loan Application for the Tootsie Roll Industries Tootsie Roll Industries (TR) is one of the world’s foremost confection manufacturers. Known more for the chewy, individually wrapped chocolates and the lollipops with the chocolate filling, the company also produces a variety of nonchocolate candies. For more than 100 years, these confectionary products have favorites for young and old. Currently TR is facing decreased revenue because of increased costs of supply, dated technology, and possible diminished popularity. It is researching ways to increase revenue; to do this the organization is seeking financing to revamp its manufacturing process.
Stuffed toys are made in many different forms, often resembling animals, legendary creatures, cartoon characters or inanimate objects. They are often used as comfort objects, for display or collecting and given as gifts, such as for graduation, Valentine's Day or birthdays. History and types The first commercial concern to create stuffed toys was the German Steiff company in 1880. Steiff used new technology developed for upholstery to make their stuffed toys. In 1903 Richard Steiff designed a soft bear that differed from earlier traditional rag dolls, because it was made of plush furlike fabric.
Children’s gifts proved a particularly big market, and the sheer variety of games, toys and other gifts thrilled shoppers. Some gifts were considered to be suitable for both genders. These included rocking horses, wooden farmyard animals, board games, picture and adventure books, magic tricks, Noah’s arks and mechanical or stuffed animals. In 1911, Gamages filled its windows with stuffed animals, including the teddy bears which were hugely popular and became a symbol of the period. Other toys and games were targeted specifically at one gender or the other.
Matthew Schulzki Period 1 Pop Culture Mr. Spilken LEGO's- A universal toy for the young mind Legos, legos, legos, legos. Its quite possibly one of the most ingenious toys ever created for one reason. Your creativity is only limited by the number of pieces you have with you. Lego was originally the brain child of Ole Kirk Christiansen (7April 1891- 11march 1958). He started out as a carpenter from Billund Denmark who opened a shop and began making wooden toys after his carpenter sales fell due to the recession.
In 5 years, Fulga underwent important changes in packaging and image, brought innovative products on the market, addressing especially families and children and in 2009 entered the yogurt market. During this time Fulga remained the child we know: a trustworthy little cow offering good milk and providing answers to all their questions. In 2005 the management of the company decided it was time for more important changes. At the time, Albalact underwent a complex rebranding process. Albalact needed to relate in a different way to the competitive environment it had entered.
As described throughout this article the phenomenon of Pokémon began as a cartoon TV show foe children and soon snowballed into card games, magazines, toy dolls, computer games, all the while creating a larger consumer market and children who watched the cartoon went on to buy the cards and exchange with their friends, thus creating awareness of the product and increasing product sales. Pokémon was one of the first major
- To help underprivileged children get a leg up in life with the utilization of the Milton Hershey school that has been in operation for over 100 years and is still in operation today. - To expand chocolate into healthier markets with healthy food. - Strategies- With seasonal sales for example, Valentines Day and Halloween only accounting for 10 percent of Hershey’s yearly income, it is necessary as Hershey is doing to explore other main stream avenues in which to use chocolate. With an aggressive marketing strategy toward the use of chocolate in Granola and other snack bars Hershey’s is expanding its base into other avenues then just typical Hershey kisses, chocolate bars and sweet and savory desserts. With the Hershey company chocolate is more than just a candy company, it’s a company that provides chocolate to be used in food products which account for a lot of the trade in the world economy.
Reviewing the company’s assets, liabilities, and revenues reiterates Nestlé’s success over the past couple of years. The Nestlé currently known today is a merger between Henry Nestlé’s company and the Foundation of Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Co. (Nestlé, n.d.). Both companies have been around since the 1860s; however, only merged in 1905 (Nestlé, n.d.). Henry Nestlé originally started the company to find an alternative to breastfeeding to save the infants who could not breastfeed (Nestlé, n.d.). Henry Nestlé found the solution, which eventually led to the start of his company.