Impact Of Globalization On International Marketing

1648 WordsSep 6, 20167 Pages
The role of globalisation in international marketing has been evident in the past years. Czinkota et al. (2014) stresses that marketing managers have to confront heightened globalisation of markets and competition. It is because being present in the international level safeguards the viability of the organization against competitors – both in the local and global arena (Czinkota et al., 2014). This being said, managers seek the move to enter new markets across the globe. Entering a new market involves critical steps to arrive to its success in profitability. The first step is to conduct a market research to build the knowledge base about the new market. This paper tackles the tools and techniques of market research such as…show more content…
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