2 edition of standardisation debate in international marketing found in the catalog.
standardisation debate in international marketing
by Universityof Salford Department of Business and Management Studies, North-West Centre for European Marketing in Salford
Written in English
|Statement||Jeryl Whitelock & Carole Pimblett.|
|Series||Working papers / University of Salford, Department of Business and Management Studies -- No.9318, Working papers -- No.9318.|
|Contributions||Pimblett, Carole., University of Salford. Department of Business and Management Studies., North-West Centre for European Marketing.|
Despite the ongoing debate over the standardization of international advertising, previous research suggests two main approaches to international advertising: standardization and adaptation (Papavassiliou & Stathakopoulos, , p. ).Author: Kailyn Schmidt. Standardization marketing strategy is typically applied to discussion of global businesses and means to market a solution with uniform consistency throughout the marketing mix. This is an opposite approach to an adaptation strategy, under which multinational companies differentiate their product and adapt it to fit the unique needs of countries.
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The debate on whether to standardize a multinational corporation’s marketing mix around the world or adapt it to local conditions has been continuing for more than five decades. Issue: Global Marketing – Standardisation Vs Customisation.
Global versus local marketing strategy have been a major debate in cross-national business development over decades for global brands (Levitt, ; Solber, ). 14) Vrontis, D. (), “Integrating adaptation and standardisation in international marketing, the Adapt Stand modeling process”, Journal of Marketing Management, Vol.
19, pp. 15) Vrontis, D. (), “The creation of the Adapt Stand process in international marketing”, Journal of Innovative Marketing, Vol.
1 No. 2, pp. The purpose of this report is to discuss the relevance of customisation and standardisation within international marketing, and how that will have a bearing upon a market entry strategy by a firm who standardisation debate in international marketing book to enter a foreign market.
Firstly the definition of the customisation-standardisation debate within international marketing shall be explored. 17 International Marketing Standardization tional experience, rm size, management commitment, and foreign market coverage on international marketing program standardization.
Marketing Mix Standardisation in International Marketing: An Empirical Investigation of the Degree of Marketing Programme Standardisation in German Studies: Series 5, Economics and Managem) [Tobias Richter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The increasing globalisation of markets and competition drives the strategic approach towards international. Standardisation and Adaptation Within International Marketing Context Words | 99 Pages. THE UNIVERSITY OF HULL Integration of Standardisation and Adaptation Marketing Mix Strategy Reference to Shiseido Company in UK and China Being a Dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Business Administration.
When dealing with international marketing one of the key points to consider is whether the product or marketing mix should be standardized or adapted to each local market. The question is one of the most debated in the international marketing literature by. The remainder of the article is organized into six sections: first, the method employed to select the pertinent empirical studies is explained, and their methodological profile is presented; second, the antecedent forces of international marketing strategy are identified and their significance is established; third, each strategy variable is analyzed and its degree of standardization Cited by: For years academicians and marketing directors have debated the marketing standardisation versus adaptation of international marketing strategy.
Despite the great importance of the topic, the debate remains unresolved. At the same time, the continuing globalisation of markets and the growing importance of the emerging BRIC markets make an optimal management of Reviews: 1. International marketing is not equivalent to standardization in marketing processes.
Although each element of this process is influenced by standardization, this can be only one of the approaches used by the company. Vinícius et al () study found the following: “The approaches of international marketing follow three different aspects. Marketing Mix Standardisation in International Marketing: An Empirical Investigation of the Degree of Marketing Programme Standardisation in German Companies and Its Internal and External Correlates: Tobias Richter: Books - Note: If you're looking for a free download links of Product standardisation versus product adaptation in international marketing Pdf, epub, docx and torrent then this site is not for you.
only do ebook promotions online and we does not distribute any free download of ebook on this site. There has been much debate over implementing a standardization strategy versus an adaptation approach across international markets.
There are numerous factors to consider, along with pros and cons of both marketing plans. INTRODUCTION The debate of standardization versus adaptation has lasted for the last 52 years.(The McGraw-Hill Companies, ).
To standardize or adapt when going or planning to go international is the most difficult and delicate decision to make for any company.
This decision may affect all the. Standardization and customization 1. Standardization and Customization- A Global Debate Dr.
Jyotsna Hirmukhe XMBA Batch 4 2. Introduction Global versus “regular” marketing Scope of activities are outside the homecountry market Product/market growth matrix 3. N the international marketing literature, the desirability of pur-suing a strategy of standardization of marketing mix and In recent years, however, the debate centering on the pros and cons of pursuing a strategy of total standardization across national markets versus complete adaptation to.
Erik Elinder: ‘How International can European advertising be’ Journal of Market * Convergence of standards of living and improving technology – result in the standardization of advertising messages (using English as the language of European television and media) * Travel will create European consumers with similar habits.
He has published 60 articles in major refereed journals including theJournal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Consumer Research, Marketing Science, Journal of Marketing, Journal of Retailing, Journal of Health Care Marketing, as well as leading journals in statistics, management science, and Cited by: Discuss the advantages / disadvantages of standardized international marketing Advantages Standardization is the process by which a company makes it methods, especially its production processes, uniform/identical throughout its organization.
Whereas for adaptation, a company would change their methods such as the price, promotion, packaging and/or the. The first book of its kind The Handbook of International Marketing Communications is unique in its truly global and integrative approach.
It explores the on-going debate of standardisation versus adaptation and the relevance of these issues for the various elements of the communications : Paperback. Chapter of an ed. book. Bouquillion, P. Entertainment Industries n France D., Integrating Adaptation and Standardisation in International Marketing: The AdaptStand Modelling Process.
Journal of Marketing Management, 19( The Standardisation Debate in International Marketing - Journal of Global Marketing. In-text.speculating that international marketing strategies partly depend on the brand and mostly depend on the prominence of the brands and on factors characterising each industry.
Keywords: international marketing, standardisation, adaptation, contingency perspective, jewellery industry, luxury industry 1.