International Marketing--Dragons Don't Wear Nikes
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This paper discusses international marketing strategy and several shortcomings of current strategies. Particularly, standardized approaches to global marketing across markets are examined as being rife with potential cultural hazards. A segmented marketing strategy is offered as an alternative because it focuses on depth rather than breadth. Nike is utilized as an example of an MNC that is victim of a standardized marketing approach.
From the Paper:"When moving from a national to an international market, one of the primary issues in developing a marketing plan and a strategy to execute on the plan is the ability to integrate the cultural characteristics of the target market into the plan. While the need for such consideration might seem self-evident there is still a significant percentage of the business community that enters foreign markets without proper due diligence and the results can prove catastrophic at worst and embarrassing at best. Some debate exists whether market research deserves its own separate business emphasis in marketing strategy: "the topic of business communication requires an independent research agenda about intercultural interaction. Indeed, research has paid little attention to the quality of persuasive documents used in international business..."(Hoeken et al, 2003, para.2). "
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