Evidencia 2 Ibm

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Name: Carlo Giovanni Santiago GarcíaMiroslava Hernandez Rocha | Matrícula: 27531002744981 |
Name of the course: International business management | Teacher: Aaron Rodríguez Delgado |
Lesson: International Business Environments | -------------------------------------------------
Activity: Project part 2 |
Date: March 7, 2016 |
Bibliography:https://www.facebook.com/Owl-Canvas-Mexican-Temptation-283300278508514/?fref=ts https://www.payless.com/ |

INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTS AND BUSINESS OPERATIONS —
TERM PROJECT — PART 2: CHOOSING YOUR CLIENTS
For this second delivery of your term project, you will pick two prospective clients to work with for the rest of the project: first, a company headquartered abroad that is currently
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iii. USA
iv. Australia
v. Canada
e. Telephone number.
vi. 1-877-474-6379 (Toll-free in U.S. and Canada)
7:30 AM - 12:00 AM CST Monday - Saturday
9:30 AM - 12:00 AM CST Sunday
f. Email.
* CustomerServicePrivacy@csr.payless.com
g. Postal address.
h. Maps showing location.

III. Introduction and strategy.
i. Company history (2 paragraphs).
Circa 1962-63, Volume Shoe company purchased the original Hill Brothers Shoe Company based in Kansas City, Missouri and converted approximately all 25 of their stores to the "Payless" name. In 1971, Volume Shoe obtained the second Hill Brothers Shoe Store chain that was started in St. Louis, Mo in 1956 by Al Melnick and Sol Nathanson with the assistance and aid of the original Hill Brothers in Kansas City. The St. Louis version of "'Hill Brothers Self Service Shoe Store'" went from 3 to 103 stores in the Midwest and South between 1956 and 1971. Volume Shoe originally operated the 103 stores under the "Hill Brothers Self Service" name.
Starting in 1972, Volume Shoe began to consolidate stores in proximity and convert others to the "Payless" brand. The St. Louis operation of "'Hill Brothers Self Service'" stores were known for their bare bones minimalism and the slogan "two for five - man alive!", that is, women and children's shoes were two pair for five dollars.[7]
Payless bought Picway Shoes from the Kobacker department store chain in…

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