This then triggers a sudden increase in private investment. Private investment brings a range of benefits into the area including: more high quality public services and transport, new housing and hotels which helps create this new ‘global brand’ for the area which of course leads to even more inward investment to the area and so on. One of the main, most recent, examples of this idea of using sport as a catalyst for rebranding has to be the 2012 Olympics. With all else mentioned above related to private investments and its benefits aside, the 2012 Olympics created a feel-good factor for many of the local residents in east London. This was achieved by the constant promise to the local people of great improvements to their lives, and through other things such as the new recognition to their area, the physical environmental improvements to their area and the new jobs being created all contributed to the widespread feel-good factor.
The United States of America When we say the word America, we have already imagined a land of freedom and opportunities. Many have different beliefs, views and opinions about the United States of America. Some dislike it and believe it is corrupted, and some come here to start a new life and love what it has to offer. However, despite different opinions and critics, United States of America is one of the greatest countries in the world because it offers people many chances and careers other countries don’t, it gives people an opportunity to grow. One of the most interesting things about this country is its traditions and customs, from the food they eat, to the way they celebrate their holidays, and America wouldn’t be the same without
although for the most of its residents, the biggest advantage is convenience of living, working, shopping in the same area. An example is living in the city, where your home is closer to the workplace, a shopping center on the way makes saving time and fuel easy. The advantage for the business-minded, looking to expand business, can find a real estate agent to locate property, a banker to finance it, contractor to build, even a great restaurant to wine and dine potential clients all in the same block downtown. For many parents that have busy professional careers outside the home, the advantage of being closer to work affords them more time to spend with the family, and less time on the road. Children are also closer to schools, parks, friends and soccer practice.
New York City in 1887 was a well-established suburban society. With the population explosion and an unparalleled construction period that encouraged the building of equally appealing and advantageous structures, such as commercial offices, lavigant homes, and public service stations, all influenced by the taste of its architect. These remarkable structures came with a cost expensive to the public, despite their mesmerizing effects to the people. However, the pride that came with the new buildings, for example amphitheaters, was very rewarding to the city and its people. Official buildings, such as schools, court houses, hospitals and capitals were opened just as much as recreational and monumental structures, such as department stores and the Brooklyn Bridge were constructed.
Furthermore, in awe of the public grounds in London and Paris, wealthy New Yorkers wanted to uplift the international reputation of the city—or better yet, the United States—by constructing a similar feature. The high society of New York City imagined an idyllic and rustic landscape, where they could travel in carriages, socialize with the rest of the upper class, and allow the poor to live in a safer and cleaner environment as well. Using the "Greensward Plan" designed by Frederick Law Olmstead and Calvert Vaux as winners of a design contest, the park underwent construction in 1853. Upon the park's completion in 1873, the idyllic landscape that encompassed large meadows, several lakes and hills, and a reservoir finally came to life. During a time period when industrialism in New York City was growing at a rapid and extraordinary pace, the green space intended to lure workers into spending time towards a life of healthy leisure and recreation, perhaps as a rejuvenating retreat from the unnatural urban life.
Both cities generate generous tourist revenue; especially Orlando because who does not want to come somewhere tropical and see the beautiful castle at Disney World. I prefer going to Chicago because I love going to Navy Pier and the
Bryce Sinisgalli mrs.Younger A brave new world essay Oct 18 2011 In Aldous Huxely’s book A Brave New World the future is a great place to live and be happy. There are many things the novel to help coop with the chaotic scenarios in society. I would want to live in the society in A Brave New World rather than the present society we live in today because of all the perks you get in A Brave New World. These perks include soma, the feelies, not being afraid of dying, and knowing you will always have a job occupation. In the book there is a very interesting drug called soma it has many perks that drugs in our present society don’t have.
Learning about the culture and beautiful historical architecture such as the Louvre and Arc de Triumphe only intensified my childhood dream of traveling there. Yet the pictures and the all of the knowledge I have pertaining to this city are
College Should Be Free For All Students College too many students mean a higher education that leads to a bright future. Of course, there is challenging work that needs to be fulfilled over a period, in order to meet the expectations of living life in a certain way. However, the hard work put into the dream of attending a university has a possibility of not coming true due to the lack of unfortunate families, competition, and lastly government decision-making. A funded education is needed for every upcoming generation. In addition, a modern country needs highly skilled graduates of all kinds.
A lot of people thrive on the routine of their job, performing the same tasks day after day. As an entrepreneur I will be able to expect that each day will be filled with new opportunities to challenge myself, and that I something I really like about the idea of having my own business. In the past jobs to me seem truly like work but if I have my own business and the same long hours I put investing in growing my business will not feel like work because I will actually be having fun in what I’m doing. As an entrepreneur it almost seem like I have an allergy to red tape. Rather than wait for approval or for the guidebook to be written about how to do something but instead as a small business owner I will be able to get these things done