Decisions for Keva Kava is one of the many strands of islands in the South Pacific Ocean. Neighboring destinations such as Fiji, Cook Islands, Tonga, Samoa and Vanuatu attract many tourists who are in search of island paradise. Kava’s population is made up of an ethnic mix of local South Pacific tribes, Asian, African, French, Spanish, and increasing number of Americans. Local people speak various languages including French, English, Spanish, and indigenous dialect. The downside of Kava’s populations is that most of the people are under the age of 15. Kava’s economic sector gains income from petroleum, coffee, cocoa, spices, bananas, sugar, tourism, fishing, and natural gas as well as inexpensive, quality labor. The potential
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Failure to establish Air Force resort as a premium vacation destination will reduce profitability and contribute to project failure. Providing customers with superior satisfaction accustomed to most resorts will be necessary for success. Some potential investors and stakeholders could be identifies as such: Kava’s government, localities, residents, and businesses have created strong encouragement for the development of the resort. Support from local, state and national organizations provides aid and helps secure the investment in Kava. Support from national military and government agencies is available in the event of a disaster.
The Air Force always strives to cultivate a global workforce where individuals from a wide array of backgrounds, with different experiences and viewpoints, are valued and respected. The development of a Kava resort will positively influence Kava’s diverse population by providing jobs to many of the island residents. Kava’s potential economic revenue is steadily growing thanks to demands in petroleum, tourism, and the islands natural resources. Capitalizing on support from Kava’s sponsors promotes the success of the Kava project.
Many inhabitants lose makeshift homes during natural disasters. Chris Morales belief in giving back to the community could allow the resort to act as a refuge in the event of a natural disaster. The possibility of financial support from governments during times of need will