Hite Corporation competitors

Main – The Hite Corporation would mostly cater to the businesses that it has some ownership in. It does, however, provide business consulting for a price to businesses that are not a part of the Hite Corporation. It would compete with those corporations, but would not be reliant on the business from those seeking outside consulting.

Banking – The primary competitors in the banking realm would be JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and other large banking companies.

Energy- The Hite Energy Corporation will primarily buy utility commissions or work in partnership with utility commissions owned by many cities and holding companies. The utilities would be in electricity, water, natural gas, pipelines, and communications. Competitors in renewable energy development would be firms like GE.

Media- Viacom, CBS, Time Warner, 21st Century Fox, News Corp, Sony, Comcast, Hearst, Disney, Digital First. In essence, the organization will consist of a combination of television, theme parks, publishing books, movies, music, newspapers, magazines, telecommunications, and internet sites.

Military – As a military contractor, primary competitors would be firms like Boeing, Raytheon, and Lockheed Martin.

Real Estate Development – Primary competitors would be other real estate trusts like Brandywine, General Growth Properties, Simon, and even the company that once employed me in Weingarten.

Research – Major competitors in this field would be other research institutions and universities. It is also connected to the Hite Military Corporation and the Hite Education Corporation.

Transportation – Major competitors would be other toll road development companies, airlines, airline alliances, train systems, and other organizations that deal in transportation, mainly owned by government entities and paid for by taxpayers.

Education – Major competitors would be other educational and online institutions like Yale, CSU Global, and Harvard Online. Lesser competitors come from for-profit online universities.