IB 350 - International Marketing

International marketing is important as the world becomes increasingly globalized. In an international context, marketing managers plan and conduct transactions across borders to create exchanges that satisfy the objectives of individuals and organizations. The fact that a transaction takes place “across national borders” highlights the difference between domestic and international marketing.

The course considers the basic concepts of international marketing, the various activities necessary for international marketing planning, the beginning of international marketing activities to be conducted by a domestic firm, and relevant issues on strategy and marketing management relevant to expanded global operations.

The course uses:

  • Several case studies of firms involved in implementing international marketing strategies.
  • Current articles from business newspapers and magazines to be discussed on a daily basis to motivate class participation.

The selected articles illustrate the different concepts and tactics studied during the course and provide interesting and practical examples of European, Asian, and American firms implementing international marketing strategies.

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International Business

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