Starbucks' International Strategy Case Study by MichaelinSuomi

Starbucks' International Strategy
An overview of Starbucks' international strategy with a special focus on Europe and the German dilemma.
# 57905 | 6,580 words | 16 sources | MLA | 2004 | DE


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Description:

This paper focuses on the general framework for international business with an emphasis on the Starbucks Corporation. Porter's model is used to show threats and opportunities for internationalising a business. It further examines the coffee market in general focusing on the American market. It also investigates market potential and market risk for Starbucks and their further expansion.

Outline
Introduction
Starbucks' International Strategies
Starbucks in Germany
Joint Venture with KarstadtQuelle AG
Conclusion
Appendix II
Table of References

From the Paper:

"Joint ventures describe the collaboration of a domestic with a foreign company in order to enter a target market. The domestic company is often used to provide market, customer and cultural information about its market, it can be used to get access to its distribution network and in some cases foreign governments might require the integration of a local company in order to grant access to their market. Partner skills can be integrated and special knowledge can be used to gain market benefits. And above all a lack of resources may make it necessary to find a partner in order to be able to enter a foreign market."

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