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IBUS 4203 : Foreign Market Analysis
School of Business
International Business (IBUS)
International Marketing Management
International Marketing Mgt
Fall 2016
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IBUS 3001


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Introduction to international marketing analysis and strategy, and the dynamic nature of international markets. Analysis of different types of international markets and formulation of strategies at the entry and global stages.
Students will be able to:

Appreciate the challenging nature of global markets, especially the standardization and adaptation dilemma.
Understand how marketing activities are affected by the global market context.
Distinguish the similarities and differences among mature-, new-growth, and developing-market environments.
Identify factors and criteria to determine foreign market attractiveness.
Develop and utilize models for assessing foreign market attractiveness.
Formulate marketing plan for foreign market entry and expansion.
Device marketing and manufacturing strategies in multiple foreign markets.
Experience the complexities of decision-making in the global marketplace, where choices, actions, and outcomes in one market impact choices, actions, and outcomes in other markets.Sharpen group participation, writing, presentation, and critical-thinking skills.

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GWSB-International Bus. Elec.
CCAS - Professional
ESIA-Intl Econ Conc (2010)
ESIA-Intl Econ Conc (Pre 2010)
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