Category: Market research

INTRODUCING NEW PRODUCTS IN NATIONAL MARKETS

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The major lesson of new-product introduction in foreign markets has been that whenever a product interacts with human , mechanical or chemical elements there is the potential for a surprising and unexpected incompatibility. Since virtually every product matches this description it is important to test a product under actual market condition before proceeding with full ….  Read More

ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR RESEARCHING INTERNATIONAL MARKETS

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INTERNATIONAL MARKETS RESEARCHING FOUNDATIONS OF ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES ARE SUCH LIKE :- Business-to-business research puts equal importance on every data collection technique there is: face-to-face interviews, telephone interviews, focus groups, e-interviews(website / e-mail questionnaires) or desk research, and often an amalgamation of them.  Through our deep knowledge base of skills and industry experience we will bring ….  Read More

GLOBAL MARKETING ANALYTICAL APPROACHES TO CULTURAL FACTORS

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The reason cultural factors are a challenge to global marketers is that they are hidden from view. Culture is learned behavior passed on from generation to generation and is difficult for the inexperienced or untrained outsider to fathom. Unless we learn how to let go of our cultural assumptions, we will be limited in our ….  Read More

HOW MANY TYPES OF ECONOMIC SYSTEMS IN GLOBAL MARKET

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There are three types of economic systems:– capitalist, socialist and mixed.These classifications are based on the method of resource allocation in the system, which is market allocation, command or central plan allocation and mixed allocation, respectively.   There are no pure examples of market or central plan allocation systems. All actual systems are mixed allocation. ….  Read More

INTERNATIONAL LAW AS LEGAL AND REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT

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International law as it exists today dates from the late sixteenth century. Early international law was concerned with the waging of war,the establishment of peace,and other such political issues as diplomatic recognition of national entities and government. Thus , while elaborate international rules gradually emerged covering, for example, the status of neutral nations, the creation ….  Read More