Global Marketing. International Dimensions Marketing

  • ID: 2218620
  • Book
  • Region: Global
  • 620 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This book represents a contemporary vision of how students will see the global marketplace from tomorrow and beyond. Using a highly innovative three scan framework (competitive, environmental, and marketing),Global Marketing synthesizes both traditional analysis (country risk and company tactical marketing mix decision–making) and non–traditional analysis (political, technological, cultural, and marketing strategy factors). The text discusses issues from NAFTA in Mexico to telecommunications in Europe in a comprehensive analytical framework which also reflects a superior understanding of the global environment. Lamont′s text will be one of the first to set criteria for understanding how marketing managers must react from now on.
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List of Exhibits.

Part I: Introduction: .

1. Marketing Frames of Reference.

2. Organizing Marketing Experience.

Part II: Researching International Markets:.

3. Country Analysis.

4. Demographic Facts.

5. Cultural Insights.

6. Political Realities.

Part III: Positioning Global Brands: .

7. Marketing Teamwork.

8. Marketing Strategy.

9. Product Positioning.

10. Channel Management.

Part IV: Signaling National Information: .

11. Promotion Marketing.

12. Price Signals.

13. Sales Force Behavior.

14. Value Marketing.

15. Marketing Forecasts.

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"... Professor Lamont is to be commended not only for presenting an excellent analysis of current international marketing strategies, but for proposing and applying a comprehensive framework that will serve readers well in coping with the complex issues facing international markets."Philip Kotler, Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwest University

"... I would adopt this text. It has excellent structure, it is rigorous, current, well–written and gets to the point of what information means more so than most (if not all) texts on the market today." Van Wood, Virginia Commonwealth University

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