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This high-growth is a key component of the company’s business strategy and needs to be maintained. Currently there are three feasible options to this problem. First, the company could focus its attentions towards improving its relationship with its wholesaler in the United States causing the wholesaler to push the Duncan Lift more aggressively. Another option would be to increase personal selling attempts made by Duncan employees to key states within driving distance of their Lancaster factory. The third option is to expand into the European market.
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What aspects of European Union markets have particularly encouraged: • horizontal growth of the Davis Service Group? • organic as opposed to inorganic growth? According to the case study, horizontal integration is when two companies at the same production stage join forces (Growing a company by international acquisition, n.d.). This was the case when the Davis Service Group's Sunlight and Berendsen shared the same specialties and were on the same stage of production at the time of the takeover, which facilitated Sunlight's pooling of Berendsen's knowledge and expertise (Growing a company by international acquisition, n.d.). In addition to the language, cultural, and currency benefits mentioned above, the Davis Service Group was able to finance the acquisition smoothly due to the similar strategic approach both companies employed (Growing a company by international acquisition, n.d.).