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Module: “International Marketing and Strategies of Internationalization” - Master / Doctorate in International Business (e-learning)

Global Marketing: export prices, distribution, promotion... Online Education (Courses, Masters, Doctorate)

Master Business: International Marketing

The module “International Marketing and strategies of Internationalization” (32 ECTS) is part of the following Higher Education Programs taught by EENI Global Business School:

Master in International Business

Master in Foreign Trade

Masters in International Business and Foreign Trade (MIB) - Online Education

Doctorate in World Trade

Professional Doctorate in International Business (DIB). Online Education

The module “International Marketing and Strategies of Internationalization” covers the analysis of the global marketing strategies.

The objective of the module is to provide all the knowledge, tools, and techniques necessary to manage all the technical aspects related to the global marketing of an exporting company: International Pricing, product, promotion, brand, segmentation, distribution, strategies of Internationalization.

Sample:
Direct exports

Strategies of Internationalization

Anyone who wishes to do international business should be primarily a strategist, capable of designing global strategies tailored to each target market. In this module, we will analyze the main concepts of the strategies of internationalization for the exporting companies as well as several success stories of different companies.

Anyone involved in the global business (export, subsidiaries, or displaced workers) negotiates with people from different cultures and languages. With the knowledge of the culture of other countries, it is possible to avoid the intercultural conflicts.

The study of the Intercultural Management will allow us to know to manage this important aspect of the international business.

The final step in an strategy of internationalization is usually the implantation abroad (subsidiaries sales, production sites, or joint ventures).

The Foreign direct investment (FDI) reflects the objective of obtaining a lasting interest by a resident entity in one economy (direct investor) in an entity resident in another country different from the investor (direct investment enterprise).

The organization and functions of the Export Department and the role of the Conference on Trade and Development and Investment (UNCTAD) will also be considered.

Finally, the principles of a Global Ethics for international business will also be analysed.

  1. Harmony of Religions
  2. Ahimsa (Non-Violence)

Harmony of Religions and International Business. Sri Ramakrishna Principle

Ahimsa Business (Non-Violence)

The company wishing to invest abroad will find in this module all the information necessary for a safe investment in another market.

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E-learning Courses, Diplomas (Global Business, Foreign Trade)

The objectives of the module “International Marketing and strategies of Internationalization” are:

  1. To learn about the key concepts of the international marketing
    1. The student will analyze the purpose of the international marketing, explore the concepts of price and value to the customer, examine the marketing mix in the context of the export marketing and discuss the key elements of an export marketing plan
  2. To understand the key tools and concepts of the international market research and how best to apply them.
    1. A PEST analysis is an analysis of the external macro-environment that affects all the firms
  3. To learn the international product policy key areas, the importance of a product adaptation to the local requirements when entering new export markets and analyze the product characteristics that typically need to be modified for the different markets
  4. To understand the importance of an appropriate International Pricing Strategy when entering new export markets
    1. To examine the pricing options available to the exporter and outline the criteria to be used when establishing a pricing strategy.
    2. The criteria defined in pricing under the Incoterms® 2020
  5. To learn the importance of an appropriate International Promotion Strategy when entering new export markets, examine the promotion options available to the exporter, outline the key points to note when designing a company brochure and analyze the available tools when implementing a promotion campaign
    1. To understand the influence of a country's brand on its export performance
    2. To understand the fundamentals of the international fairs, the appropriate preparation and attendance and its related follow-up activity
    3. To understand how to plan and prepare a business trip to a prospective export market and the follow-up, which will then be required
  6. To learn the importance of planning an appropriate International Distribution Strategy when entering new export markets, examine the distribution options available to the exporter, outline the criteria to be used when selecting a distribution option and analyze the strategies that can be implemented for the consumer and/or industrial products
    1. To know the channel options, that may be used when entering a new export market.
    2. We are going to examine the direct and indirect export channels available to the exporter, analyze the functions of the importers and representatives, discuss the use of a company personnel and sales or production subsidiaries as well as explore franchising, licensing and other channels of international distribution
    3. To examine the process of evaluating, recruiting and managing international sales representatives and the mechanism involved in selling into the department stores and hypermarkets
  7. To understand the importance of the international segmentation in the global marketing and the strategies of Internationalization
    1. To know the targeting strategies: concentrated, differentiated, product specialization, market specialization, full market coverage
  8. To know the main brand strategies: global, regional or local
    1. To understand the process of brand value creation in the global markets
  9. To know the strategies of positioning a brand in the international markets
  10. To understand the concepts of e-business and digital business models that a company can deploy, as well as the importance of the strategy, marketing and technology in an e-business project
  11. To analyze the goals of an export department and how to benchmark them
  12. To offer a global vision on the Foreign direct investment (FDI)
  13. To learn the different strategies to establish a company abroad
  14. To examine how the diversity of the cultures can influence the outcome of an International Marketing Plan
  15. To understand the key concepts related to the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights
  16. To learn about the tools that a company can implement to fight against corruption
  17. To understand the pillars of a Model of Global Ethics for the international business

This module includes the Market Access Tool:

Sample:
International Market Access (Master)

Master in International Business: Globalization, World Economic Areas, Foreign Trade, Transportation, International Marketing, Adaptation to the country of the student (Africa, Asia, Middle East, Europe), Thesis, Career Opportunities

Sample:
Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights

Sample:
Price of Traded Goods

Sample:
Mexico FEMSA (International Marketing)

Sample:
Shoprite Africa largest food distributor

Sample:
Export Market Research (Master Trade)

Sample:
Online Master: Portfolio analysis

Sample:
Country Brand Colombia

Sample:
International product

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