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The Luna Cinema

Wimbledon park, Tooting Common, Crystal Palace Park, Alexandra Palace, Kenwood House, Wandsworth park, Chiswick house & gardens, Victoria Embankment Gardens, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court Palace, Westminster Abbey, Victoria Tower Gardens, Old royal navy college, Royal Botanic Gardens, Battersea Park, Cardiff Castle, Fulham Palace

Price varies based on time and location



Ticket prices:

£15.50, £16.50, £17.50

Big cinema screen in a park

June-September



https://lunacinema.designmynight.com/

Rooftop cinema club

Peckham, Stratford, Shoreditch

Price varies on time and location



Ticket prices from:

£16.00-£17.55



Cinema on a rooftop

May 1st-31st

https://rooftopfilmclub.designmynight.com/

IndieFlicks monthly film festival

Manchester



Ticket price:

£6

“IndieFlicks returns, offering the perfect balance of a social night out and blended with top drawer, festival quality short films from around the world!”



Offers a varied selection of short films which you get to vote your favourite, whilst enjoying a wide selection of drinks and food.

6th May

3rd June

1st July

5th August

2nd September

7th October

4th November

2nd December

https://www.designmynight.com/manche...film-screening

Hot tub cinema



Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, London

Ticket price:

£35 for a single ticket

£190 for a private hot tub (£31.50 each)

Cinema experience in a hot tub

No available dates currently

http://hottubcinema.com/

Moon light flicks open air cinema

Chester, Roman Gardens

Ticket price:

Full price – £9.50

Child under 12 – £6.00

Open air cinema that uses wireless headphones, deckchairs are available, snacks and drinks available.

5th July – 26th August

http://www.moonlightflicks.co.uk/your-visit-2/




Market size, share and structure:

The Cinemas industry includes all operators that show films in designated film-projection facilities. These are mostly indoors, but some are open-air facilities. The bulk of industry revenue comes from box office sales, the majority of which are generated by blockbuster films. UK cinemas also generate revenue from screen advertising and selling drinks and snacks. The industry has grown moderately over the five years through 2018-19, as the average spend per visit has increased. Overall, industry revenue is expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 2.6% over the five years through 2018-19.

https://www.ibisworld.co.uk/cartv2/purchaseoptions.aspx

Cinema seats filled are at their highest in 40 years. Over-45s were the largest proportion of UK cinema audience (36% of the total, up from 28%) and young people (oddly grouped in the category 15-24) down from 31% in 2011 to 25%. The UK film industry's direct contribution to UK GDP in 2011 was £3.8 billion.

https://shootingpeople.org/discuss/v...806cb663334d43

There is a growing trend toward cinema-as-event – where film screenings are augmented by synchronous live performance, site-specific locations, technological interventions, social media engagement, and all manner of simultaneous interaction including singing, dancing, eating, drinking, even smelling. Technologically, the industry has multiplied as a result of the rapid advancement of “pop-up” screen. This enables screenings to take place in locations that have previously been inaccessible, such as Hampton Court Palace, Kew Gardens or an obscure warehouse rooftop. The cinema industry are facing threats to traditional forms of revenue generation due to the easy access offered by the internet. So have turned their attention to the attraction of events as an alternative. The film industry has also expanded in response to the public’s love for nostalgia and the power of fan engagement – many events tend to revolve around “old” and well-loved film releases.

https://theconversation.com/secret-i...-of-film-50034

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External influences:

The Cinemas industry is estimated to be in the growth phase of its economic life cycle, as it is growing at a significantly faster rate than the overall economy. Industry value added, a measure of the industry’s contribution to the wider economy, is expected to increase at a compound annual rate of 3.9% over the 10 years through 2023-24. UK real GDP is forecast to grow at a compound annual rate of 1.7% over the same period. There have been some changes in industry products in recent years. The development of digital screens and 3-D films has contributed to industry growth in the past few years. These new product segments have resulted in increased patronage and new revenue streams

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Although competitors of pop up cinemas are located all across the UK (nationally) they still steal market share from each other. Some of the top competitors include:•The bottomless singing cinema – unlimited alcoholic drinks watching iconic musicals – London - £35 each •Farmyard cinema – “greatest adventure films” sat by a camp fire toasting marshmallows – London - £20 each•indieFlicks – unique indie films as well as meeting some of the directors – Manchester - £6 each•rooftop film club – showing the finest cinematic classics, overlooking the city of London at sunset – London - £17Other competitors in the film
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MARKET SIZE, STRUCTURE AND GROWTH OF THE POP-UP CINEMA MARKET. Unlike the main cinema market, where detailed and reliable market data is widely available (e.g. box-office takings each week by film), there appears to be no reliable or recent data on the UK pop-up cinema market. We have, therefore, estimated the market size and growth rate from a variety of secondary sources.
We estimate that the size of the pop-up cinema market in the UK is around £10 million in 2019 and that the market is growing at between 20-25% per year.
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MARKET SIZE, STRUCTURE AND GROWTH OF THE POP-UP CINEMA MARKET
Unlike the main cinema market, where detailed and reliable market data is widely available (e.g. box-office takings each week by film), there appears to be no reliable or recent data on the UK pop-up cinema market.
We have, therefore, estimated the market size and growth rate from a variety of secondary sources.
We estimate that the size of the pop-up cinema market in the UK is around £10 million in 2019 and that the market is growing at between 20-25% per year.
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Introduction

Virgin Atlantic pestle analysis Political influences There are many political influences on Virgin Atlantic some of these are: * income tax * VAT * Airport tax * the government * import tax * Expansion plans. Firstly I am going to talk about the income tax; the income tax will affect employees and their pay. This is because they will have to pay more to employees if the income tax goes up because they will have to keep paying them more so that their employees will keep the same wage. For example if their employees earn 37,400 or less then they will have to pay 20% of their salary to the government. If they earn between 37,400 - 150,000 they will then have to pay 40% and if they earn anything over 150,000 they will then have to pay 50%. Secondly, VAT affects Virgin Atlantic because VAT will get added on to anything that they buy through Virgin Atlantic so this means that the price will go up. For example if a departing flight costs �409.57 without vat it would then be an increase of �71.67 making the price now �481.24. Also from 4th January 2011 there will be an increase in VAT from 17.5% to 20%. Customers will also look for a cheaper website where they can find their flights cheaper. Airport tax can refer to two different things; this can be airport improvement fees or landing fees. Airport improvement fee can also be called embarkation fee, this is an additional fee which is added to departing and arriving passengers at an airport. It is leaded by the government or an airport management corporation. The funds that come from this will normally be used/ or intended to be used for funding of improving a major airport, this could be expansion or extra services. Landing fees are normally charged by an aircraft to an airport company, they are used for when I plane lands at a particular airport. ...read more.

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This also shows how comfortable people are with spending money, affecting this is how confident people are about the stability of their incomes which in turn determines their shopping habits. For example[le is the economy expanded , this causes the consumer confidence to be higher meaning consumers will be spending more so Virgin can afford to raise their prices slightly as they will be making a profit. On the other hand if the economy was in bad shape the consumer confidence is lower and people will tend to save more and spend less Social and Cultural influences Social and cultural influences have will have a major effect on Virgin Atlantic as there are always more people getting interest in travelling every day. Some of the effects on Virgin Atlantic are: * Change in consumer tastes * Population changes * ethical value * Levels of education * demographics A change in consumer taste can easily be changed as if Virgin Atlantic were to get feedback from their customers they would then be sure to be able to make changed within the company according to the data they gathered. Another way a change can affect a business is because people aspire to have a better quality and aspire to move up the social ladder. A change in consumer taste would affect Virgin Atlantic because consumers would want to be able to fly to more places. This will vary from person to person and this will affect where Virgin Atlantic Fly to in future. Population change would affect Virgin Atlantic hugely. This is because if people started to move into the countries where they operate from then they would have a higher increase in profit. Also population change would affect Virgin Atlantic as they would have a larger choice of applicants to choose from on job vacancies. Also Virgin Atlantics market at the moment are the baby boomers as they are the ones which are higher in the economy market as they have most money , so ...read more.

Conclusion

An example of when Virgin Atlantic are advertising they will use direct responses, sales promotions , and these combine to provide clarity, consistency and maximum communication. Virgin Atlantic use a wide range of marketing techniques some of these are direct mail, press, billboards, all featuring their distinctive logo , the flying lady. They use advertising to raise awareness of new product developments and to inform customers about new routes forming. An example of when they used this is was on NBC when the television series "friends" when showed during the primetime showed Richard Branson with all the characters flying on Virgin Atlantic to London. There are many regulations about advertising throughout Europe as well as in many non-western countries. A wide variety of linguistic and non-linguistic strategies are used to mock and undermine regulations. . Environmental influences Environmental influences are something that all business cannot get away from. Some of the environmental influences that affect virgin Atlantic are: * Pollution laws * Waste disposal laws. * Recycling * Pressure groups Pollution laws Pollution laws are part of the national air quality strategy for england,scotland, wales and northern island. They set out the national standard and objectives to reduce air pollution and levels of health- threating pollutions. Pollution laws would affect Virgin Atlantic because this will stop them from having as many flights take off and land , as the orgizination that sets the national strategy and objectives sets a target for what they want the air pollution to reduce down too. This in turn will also reduce profit as Virgin Atlantic are having to keep to the target set and not let as many flights take off. Waste disposal laws Environmental Protection Act 1990 Environment Act 1995 Business must have a safe and legal method of disposing of their waste. One of the choices which is not acceptable is burning of your business waste. It may seem easy to take short cuts. The Council has a duty to enforce the law. We have an Enforcement Policy on how we will deal with those who fail to comply with the law. ...read more.

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Virgin Atlantic pestle analysis Political influences There are many political influences on Virgin Atlantic some of these are: * income tax * VAT * Airport tax * the government * import tax * Expansion plans. Firstly I am going to talk about the income tax; the income tax will affect employees and their pay. This is because they will have to pay more to employees if the income tax goes up because they will have to keep paying them more so that their employees will keep the same wage. For example if their employees earn 37,400 or less then they will have to pay 20% of their salary to the government. If they earn between 37,400 - 150,000 they will then have to pay 40% and if they earn anything over 150,000 they will then have to pay 50%. Secondly, VAT affects Virgin Atlantic because VAT will get added on to anything that they buy through Virgin Atlantic so this means that the price will go up. For example if a departing flight costs �409.57 without vat it would then be an increase of �71.67 making the price now �481.24. Also from 4th January 2011 there will be an increase in VAT from 17.5% to 20%. Customers will also look for a cheaper website where they can find their flights cheaper. Airport tax can refer to two different things; this can be airport improvement fees or landing fees. Airport improvement fee can also be called embarkation fee, this is an additional fee which is added to departing and arriving passengers at an airport. It is leaded by the government or an airport management corporation. The funds that come from this will normally be used/ or intended to be used for funding of improving a major airport, this could be expansion or extra services. Landing fees are normally charged by an aircraft to an airport company, they are used for when I plane lands at a particular airport. ...read more.

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This also shows how comfortable people are with spending money, affecting this is how confident people are about the stability of their incomes which in turn determines their shopping habits. For example[le is the economy expanded , this causes the consumer confidence to be higher meaning consumers will be spending more so Virgin can afford to raise their prices slightly as they will be making a profit. On the other hand if the economy was in bad shape the consumer confidence is lower and people will tend to save more and spend less Social and Cultural influences Social and cultural influences have will have a major effect on Virgin Atlantic as there are always more people getting interest in travelling every day. Some of the effects on Virgin Atlantic are: * Change in consumer tastes * Population changes * ethical value * Levels of education * demographics A change in consumer taste can easily be changed as if Virgin Atlantic were to get feedback from their customers they would then be sure to be able to make changed within the company according to the data they gathered. Another way a change can affect a business is because people aspire to have a better quality and aspire to move up the social ladder. A change in consumer taste would affect Virgin Atlantic because consumers would want to be able to fly to more places. This will vary from person to person and this will affect where Virgin Atlantic Fly to in future. Population change would affect Virgin Atlantic hugely. This is because if people started to move into the countries where they operate from then they would have a higher increase in profit. Also population change would affect Virgin Atlantic as they would have a larger choice of applicants to choose from on job vacancies. Also Virgin Atlantics market at the moment are the baby boomers as they are the ones which are higher in the economy market as they have most money , so ...read more.

Conclusion

An example of when Virgin Atlantic are advertising they will use direct responses, sales promotions , and these combine to provide clarity, consistency and maximum communication. Virgin Atlantic use a wide range of marketing techniques some of these are direct mail, press, billboards, all featuring their distinctive logo , the flying lady. They use advertising to raise awareness of new product developments and to inform customers about new routes forming. An example of when they used this is was on NBC when the television series "friends" when showed during the primetime showed Richard Branson with all the characters flying on Virgin Atlantic to London. There are many regulations about advertising throughout Europe as well as in many non-western countries. A wide variety of linguistic and non-linguistic strategies are used to mock and undermine regulations. . Environmental influences Environmental influences are something that all business cannot get away from. Some of the environmental influences that affect virgin Atlantic are: * Pollution laws * Waste disposal laws. * Recycling * Pressure groups Pollution laws Pollution laws are part of the national air quality strategy for england,scotland, wales and northern island. They set out the national standard and objectives to reduce air pollution and levels of health- threating pollutions. Pollution laws would affect Virgin Atlantic because this will stop them from having as many flights take off and land , as the orgizination that sets the national strategy and objectives sets a target for what they want the air pollution to reduce down too. This in turn will also reduce profit as Virgin Atlantic are having to keep to the target set and not let as many flights take off. Waste disposal laws Environmental Protection Act 1990 Environment Act 1995 Business must have a safe and legal method of disposing of their waste. One of the choices which is not acceptable is burning of your business waste. It may seem easy to take short cuts. The Council has a duty to enforce the law. We have an Enforcement Policy on how we will deal with those who fail to comply with the law. ...read more.

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PESTEL analysis of ASDA
By: Dr. Sewel Sodry | Tags: Business Environment & Strategy



What is PESTEL analysis?

PESTEL analysis is a very important framework for strategic planning. It is used by strategic planners to analyse the macro-environmental factors that affect a business. PESTEL stands for Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Environment, and Legal. The article ‘PESTEL analysis and its application’ provides more information on how to apply PESTEL analysis in a given context.

PESTEL analysis of ASDA

The following is a PESTEL analysis of ASDA in the context of the UK:

Political environment

National, international and EU regulations and directives affecting employment, legislation, consumer rights, taxes etc. impact on ASDA like any other organisation. Likewise, war and instability also impact on organisations’ decision-making. Consequently, organisations monitor political environment constantly. ASDA benefits from a relatively stable political environment in the UK.

Economic environment

ASDA needs to consider economic factors such as pay level, cost of credit, competitive pressures, labour supply & demand, energy prices etc. These economic factors impact on the pricing strategies of the company significantly.

Social environment

Social changes e.g. ageing population, celebrity following, and healthy lifestyle are important for ASDA. Understanding social factors helps ASDA introduce new products/services in the market. It also helps the company develop its segmentation strategies.

Technological environment

As the use of technology is ever growing, superfast broadband and mobile apps along with click & collect delivery services are extremely important for ASDA. All big supermarkets are constantly working on how best to make use of technology in their favour.

Environmental environment

Green economy, pollution, carbon footprint, hazardous waste, organic foods are important for ASDA. As people are now-a-days very aware of the impact organisations have on environment, there is a significant amount of pressure on all companies to operate in an environmentally-friendly manner. Therefore, ASDA must demonstrate that it is an environmentally friendly company.

Legal environment

ASDA must abide by the rules and regulation of the countries in which it operates, as any breach may result in punitive actions by relevant authorities. For example, ASDA cannot pay any employee less than the minimum wage in the UK. Likewise, the company cannot dismiss an employee unfairly. Should it happen, the employee concerned can take ASDA to an employment tribunal.

Concluding statement

ASDA, which operates as a retail supermarket, is now experiencing huge changes in the grocery sector. Some of the significant changes are pointed out below:

Smaller size operators like Lidl and Aldi have shaken the whole industry through their disruptive innovation (RetailWeek, 2013).

ASDA is no more the cheapest supermarket although ‘always low prices’ is their unique selling point. In fact, Lidl and Aldi are well-known as discounters.

Online shopping markets (like as Ocado) are increasingly becoming popular to customers with busy schedules.

Due to a range of other changes in the external environment, ASDA needs to develop new strategies to survive and retain its customers. It came into media recently that ASDA is ready to trigger a supermarket ‘nuclear’ price war to end all price wars. Is the price war going to be enough for ASDA to beat competition? Time would tell. Let us wait and see.

We hope this article on the PESTEL analysis of ASDA has been useful. You may also like reading PESTEL analysis of Subway and SWOT analysis of ASDA.Other relevant articles for you are:

PESTEL analysis of the UK

PESTEL analysis of the USA

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Last update: 04 June 2018

Further reading/references
Johnson, G., Scholes, K. and Whittington, R. (2006) Exploring Corporate Strategy: Text and Cases, 7th Edition, UK: Prentice Hall

RetailWeek, 2013. Analysis: Is ASDAs five year strategy the right one? [Online] Available at: http://www.retail-week.com/sectors/f...054989.article [Accessed 21 July 2016].

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Author: Dr. Sewel Sodry
Dr. Sewel Sodry is an internationally acclaimed author and teacher of business management. He is also a specialist coach, trainer and educationalist. He holds a Master of Business degree from Victoria University, Australia and a PhD from King’s College (University of London).
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