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MBA 6630 Marketing Strategy in a Global Context   Tags: exports, global marketing, market research, marketing, marketing strategy, markets, mba, social responsibility, strategic marketing  

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First Look/Getting Started

You may have a great idea for a product or service, but before you go any further, first make sure there's a market for it.  Please click here for access to an article from Entrepreneur magazine to detetermine if there is market a for your brand.

A few sample marketing plans to promote a brand can be found by clicking here.

      
     

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    Group Strategic Marketing Plan Project (SMP)

    This guide is intended to assist with finding and using library resources to complete the Group Strategic Marketing Plan project in the Fall 2016 MBA6630 course. 

    Project Outline:

    • Choose an international or global brand or propose taking a brand to another country(ies)
    • Develop a detailed budget and timeline for implementation, evaluation, and control
    • Outline a specific design, sampling method and instrument for some form of primary research – survey (questionnaire)
      • focus group or in depth interview (interview script)
      • observation (specify technique & technology employed) or biometric data bathering.       

    Explore the project terms and concepts:

    Current and Emerging Trends in Qualitative Market Research

     Marketing Metrics

    International Marketing

     

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    Factors to Consider

    There are factors that need to be consider in international/global marketing that differ from the domestic marketing.

    In addition to local economic factors, political situation, culture, infrastructure and local law have to be taken under consideration.

     

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