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Club IT, que en la actualidad se encuentra poseído y manejado por Lisa Tejada y Rubén Keys, es un club nocturno recientemente remodelado, y recién inaugurado. Hay muchas cosas acerca de Club IT que necesitan ser investigadas para asegurarse de que el Club tiene éxito. Algunos de estos factores son la misión del Club IT, su clientela principal, los recursos de información, el función del Club IT, y la eficacia operacional. Lisa y Rubén han llegado con una misión que dice: "Nosotros, Rubén y Lisa, le ofrecemos música en vivo, DJ, espacio de baile y refrigerios que se adapten a su gusto y estilo de vida. Ustedes son nuestros amigos, y tratamos de construir una comunidad que se reúna regularmente en Club IT "(Rainer y Turbin, 2008). Su principal se centra en la música son el hip-hop, techno, electrónico, MP3, y tener el sonido correcto en el volumen correcto! Así que su clientela principal sería de un grupo mixto, de jóvenes y adultos entre las edades de 18 a 40 años de todas las razas, según el día. Club IT, básicamente, esta en busca de personas que quieren pasar un buen rato tomando un bocado mientras se escucha buena música. El club ocupa unos6.000 pies cuadrados de espacio con una planta cuadrada de baile 600 pies, con capacidad para 220, una cocina para los aperitivos y las órdenes cortas, y un bar con cuatro estaciones de vertido. Los propietarios, están más que satisfechos con los resultados de una extensa remodelación ,recientemente finalizada en el interior del Club IT, con sus altos techos y la iluminación energética creando un ambiente de diversión, son conscientes de la gran importancia que tiene la buena gestión de información estratégica. Su contenido creativo está en su lugar, contratan a bandas en vivo los viernes y sábados, y luego tienen un DJ en vivo los martes a jueves, que utiliza las listas de reproducción MP3 para reproducir el hip-hop,…...

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