The course is included in these curricula and study modules
Ib 2001 - 2004 - International operations
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The course is designed for students with prior exposure to the marketing field. International marketing focuses on processes responsible for identifying and satisfying customer requirements profitably on a global scale.
After sucessfully completing the course the student should be aware of the main problems in international marketing as well be able to draw up a plan for sucessfully marketing a service or a product in foreign markets.
- The Marketing Environment - Researching the Market - Entering International Markets - Export Intermediaries - Marketing of Services - Marketing Plan and Budget
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Information concerning further literature will be given in class. The course is a blend of lectures, and discussions, attendance in class is therefore required.
Recommended or required reading
Czinkota - Ronkainen: International Marketing. The Dreyden Press. 2003 ISBN 0-03-098342-8 Albaum, Gerald, et al. 2005. International Marketing and Export Managment. Pearson Other literature will be announced during course.
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