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  • Analysis Of The Real Estate Market

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    tied to real estate market and when considering the size and scale of the market, real estate can be an attractive and lucrative market for any looking to invest. The real estate market can be volatile, ever changing and unpredictable. However, fundamental knowledge and a basic understanding of the factors that influence changes in the market; may help to see market trends as well as navigate through real estate cycles. This paper will give a basic analysis of the real estate market by looking at different

  • Diversity and Business in the United States

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    The demographics of the United States are changing at a rapid pace and consequently we are observing a “transformation in the culture and buying habits of this nation.” (Robinson, Pfeffer, & Buccigrossi, 2003) As a result, historically small niche markets are gaining an increasing prevalence within the U.S. marketplace and have substantially higher buying power. If companies are to continue to thrive in this modern economic environment they must be able to recognize and understand the implications

  • Case Study Of Uber

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    Uber’s business requires marketing because it offers an exchange of a service between itself and its customers. It provides its customers on-demand access to vehicular transport and appeals to two main markets of individuals: those who are in need of transport or who are unable/ do not wish to drive themselves, and those who are in need of a job with flexible hours and have experience driving cars. Uber business can be simplifies using the Four P’s of Marketing: Product, Uber projects itself as a

  • Product Market Expansion Strategy In The Apple Inc.

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    emerging or new market. It can originate from new technology or new market opportunities (Eliashberg, J., Lilien, G. L., & Rao, V. R. 1997). Literature defines product development as exploiting an untapped market opportunity and turning it into a value product for customer satisfaction. Development and introduction of a new product requires extensive research on understanding customer needs, market structure, emerging trends and analysing the internal & external competitive market environments. To

  • Global Strategies for the Multinational Corporation

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    Graham (2013), “a huge portion of all consumer products – from automobiles to dinnerware – sold in the United States is foreign made” (p. 7). In addition, many U.S. corporations sell goods overseas to our foreign nations. The development of global markets was established by the needs of the consumer. If a domestic nation cannot supply what the consumer wants, this gives opportunity to the nations with the supply of the goods desired. Could our nation produce all the goods required for domestic consumer

  • The Impact of Technology on the US Economy: The Development of Nanotechnology

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    to better manage the technological development. Currently, there are debates to whether the free market mechanism or government intervention and promotion (industrial policy) works to effectively manage technological development. John F. Sargent, specialist in science and technology policy, comments that Libertarians, free market advocates, believe that limited government intervention allows the market to flourish with promising opportunities and become more efficient in managing the nanotechnology

  • The Pact Between Tata Motors and Fiat

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    Analyzing and serving the consumer International marketing is an important factor in serving organizations to develop into becoming globally competitive. Companies who operate within domestic markets purely are having difficulties competing with a global organization. Therefore, what does it take to move an organization globally? According to Cateora, Gilly, and Graham (2013), “international marketing is the performance of business activities designed to plan, price, promote, and direct flow of

  • Colgate Palmolive Case Study

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    Colgate-Palmolive has a massive distribution range as soap and toothpaste are needed everywhere. Almost all Super Markets, Discount chains and Pharmacies such as Walmart, Target, and Walgreens, carry Colgate-Palmolive products (Assignment Point, 2013). There is little restriction on who can carry their product as people need soap and toothpaste and will purchase it regardless of which store sells it. Colgate-Palmolive promotes their brands in a variety of ways using the internet (social media and

  • International Market Selection

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    business development has heightened the importance of international market selection (IMS) of companies, especially for their exporting strategy. However, not many companies really comprehend the geographical, social, economic characteristics of foreign countries in comparison with their home countries (Cavusgil, 1985). This fact has challenged many studies to create the optimal approach for IMS. The major question is: Which foreign market should a company enter? Thus, this report focuses on providing

  • Role Of Product Development Of Apple

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    existing, emerging or new market. It can originate from new technology or new market opportunities (Eliashberg, J., Lilien, G. L., & Rao, V. R. 1997). Literature defines product development as exploiting an untapped market opportunity and turning it into a value product for customer satisfaction. Development and introduction of a new product requires extensive research on understanding customer needs, market structure, emerging trends and analysing the internal & external competitive market environments