Disney’s U.S. theme parks revenue soar upto $6.2 billion this year

Travel and Tour World | May 09, 2019

Disney’s U.S. theme parks revenue soar upto $6.2 billion this year
The revenue at Disney theme parks have jumped 5%, topping nearly $6.2 billion and helping the company to beat Wall Street estimates. The attendance at  U.S. theme parks of Disneyland went up 1%, and occupancy swelled at Walt Disney World hotels, Disney reported Wednesday in its latest quarterly earnings.For the theme parks division, segment operating income rose 15% to $1.5 billion. People are also paying higher prices, which contributed to Disney parks’ financial success.According to release by the Disney, the guest spending growth was primarily due to increases in average ticket prices and food, beverage and merchandise spending.

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Communication has a great and significant role in our society, especially in the business world.Improve in efficiency and morale only occurs if there’s an effective line of communication between employees. If there is a presence of an excellent connection through communication from both parties, it can foster a much stronger regime one employee to another – regardless of the distance. Nothing is impossible, particularly now that the world has been living with modern technologies for decades.