This essay focuses on the change of premise from one infinite loop to Apple Park. The change has met challenges although the premise will now be restricted to a single space accommodating more employees.
History and founding
Original location in Cupertion and campus used mainly for research and development. Changes made and more building established.
- Apple Campus Structure
Termed as U-shaped street infinite Loop owing to the idea in programming about infinite loop.
Cannot accommodate all employees, therefore distributed throughout the city taking up too much space
Change of Premise
Change of premise proposal
Proposed change to build another campus in Cupertino where it has persistently remained present over history
- Change Initiator
The CEO, late Steve Jobs, leads the initiative regarding change of premise. Announces that purchase of property already made
Cupertino city council delays approving the plans Apple proposes
Size of the land totals 176 acres and houses around 13,000 employees
- Change of Corporate Address
Becomes official corporate address and the U.S. Securities and Exchange acknowledges it as the point of contact in 2018
- Movement of Employees
Company is yet to receive occupancy permits for all employees in time although movement of the workforce has already begun
1. Change of premise from Kumming to Shanghai
In China, Apple had several stores including one in Kumming but was forced to change to Shanghai. Extended to Beijing since China is a good market.
- Shift to Jersey
Claims that it was looking for low tax rates to maintain its profitability. Has an effect on the reputation of the company.
- Launches premise in Singapore
Giant store in Southeast Asia which enhances the customer reach in Asian continent
Change of premise from Apple Campus to Apple Park only helped to accommodate more employees Apple could have pumped the money used for creating the park that seems like a spaceship in another field Apple’s change of premise is affected by the government regulations in particular environments.
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