Nike's International Business Environment Case Study by Kien
Nike's International Business Environment
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This paper critically analyzes the business environment in which the global Nike Corporation operates as well as the business strategies adopted by the company. The paper provides an analysis of Nike's political, economic, social and legal environment, as well as a SWOT analysis, and discusses the company's strategic responses to various aspects of the international business environment. The paper highlights the significant influences of various environmental factors on Nike's business strategies.
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From the Paper:"Nike Corporation is a sports apparel and clothing industry incepted in 1968 by Bill Bowerman and its current Chief Executive Officer Philip Knight. Though founded under the name Blue Ribbon Sports, the name was later changed to Nike to reflect its new line of concentration; manufacturing of sportswear and apparels. It is a renowned manufacturer and supplier of sporting footwear and apparels and has its headquarters in Beaverton, United States. Nike is registered in the New York stork stock exchanges where its shares trade. The company deals in a wide range of sports products which conspicuously bear the Nike brand. These include skate boarding equipments, golf equipments, sports footwear, and clothing apparels, among many others (Ohio University, n.d).
"Nike Corporation operates internationally, having established subsidiaries such as Converse, Harley International and Umbro in various international locations (Manners, 2009). As part of its business operations, Nike combines its sports apparels and equipment manufacturing efforts with retails operations where it runs various retail stores under its brand name in various locations."
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