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    • 1. INTERNATIONAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT
    • 2. Module 1 : Nature and Scope of Marketing 3. Global Markets and Marketing 2. The Dynamic Marketing Environment 1. The Field of Marketing
    • 3. 1. The Field of Marketing
    • 4. Who makes what? List B. Companies ITC, Godrej, BHEL, Videocon, Voltas, HP, Britannia, L&T, Atlas, Bata, HUL, Wipro, Microsoft, P&G
      • List A. Products
      • Air Conditioners
      • Hamam soap
      • Washing machines
      • Power generators
      • Sunsilk shampoo
      • Lux Soap
      • Safety Locks
      • Dove
      • Refrigerators
      • Laptops
      11. Biscuits 12. Cement 13. Office furniture 14. Shoes 15. Bicycles 16. Computer Software 17. Computer Hardware 18. Cooking Oil 19. Tooth Paste 20. Detergent Powder
    • 5. What does a Marketer Do?
    • 6. What does a Marketer Do? Why Bike ( Analyze Needs ) Bike Type (Product Plan) Which people? (Segment) What Quantity? (Demand Forecasting) Where to Sell? (Distribution) What to Charge? (Price) What & how to inform? (Promotion) Who all will compete (Analyze Competitors) What if problem? (Warranty)
    • 7. Exchange – at the heart of Marketing Between Organizations and/or Individuals Marketers and Markets Exchange – the essence of Marketing Tangible/ Intangible goods, Services, Ideas, places, people
    • 8. Conditions of Exchange Voluntary participation 2 or More parties Each has something of value for the other party Parties must communicate
    • 9. Marketing Defined Business activities designed to Plan Price Promote Place (Distribute) Want-satisfying products to target markets to achieve organizational objectives
    • 10. Stages of the Evolution of Marketing Promote through Sales and Advertising Sales-Orientation Stage Increase Supply Produce Efficiently Product-Orientation Stage Market-Orientation Stage Long-Run Customer Satisfaction
    • 11. How Should a Business Be Defined? Kodak We make Cameras and Films We help Preserve Beautiful Memories. HUL We make and sell Soaps & Detergents ?? IBM We make Computer ?? SSIM We provide MBA Degree ?? Company Product oriented answer Market oriented answer
    • 12. Marketing Concept Customer Satisfaction & Organizational Success A business philosophy that makes Customer Satisfaction as focal point of all the activities of the business Customer Orientation & Organization's Performance Objectives Coordinated Marketing Activities
    • 13. Implementing the Marketing Concept (Customer Orientation) Mass Customization Produce products with variety and uniqueness Relationships Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
    • 14. Implementing the Marketing Concept (Coordinated Marketing Activities) Value Creation Benefits vs. Costs Quality Total Quality Management
    • 15. Implementing the Marketing Concept (Organizational Objectives) Societal Marketing Concept Fulfill firm’s social responsibility Performance Metrics Return on the marketing investment
    • 16. Marketing Program (A Market) People or Organizations Money to Spend Willingness to Spend Needs to Satisfy Market
    • 17. Marketing Program (Market Segments) Segments are subgroups of the market with similarities Wants Product Use Buying Preferences
    • 18. Marketing Program (Target market) A market segment at which the firm directs its marketing program Market Segment A Market Segment C Market Segment B TARGET MARKET
    • 19. Marketing Program (Position) Strategies and tactics to establish a unique position in the prospect’s mind so the product is viewed in a distinctive and attractive way DISTRIBUTION PROMOTION PRODUCT PRICE TARGET MARKET
    • 20. Ethics and Marketing TRUST Builds Business Relationships CODE OF ETHICS CONFLICTS Challenges from conflicting goals E THICS Standards accepted by a society
    • 21. Importance of Marketing Personally Organizationally Domestically Globally
    • 22. Creating Utility Form utility Place utility Time utility Information utility Possession utility
    • 23. 2. The Dynamic Marketing Environment
    • 24. Levels of External Forces Macro Level Influences that affect all firms Micro Level Influences that affect a particular firm
    • 25. External Macroenvironment Forces Company’s Marketing Program Technology Political and Legal Forces Social & Cultural Forces Natural Environment Competition Demo- graphics Economic conditions
    • 26. Demographics People Make Markets Distribution Growth Size Characteristics of Populations
    • 27. Key Demographics of India >1 billion Population growing @ 2% Literacy 65% (1951 – 17%) Over 3.5 Million Engineers & Scientists Life Expectancy >62 Years 2nd largest Market (next to China)
    • 28. Economic Factors Inflation Interest Rates Stage of the Business Cycle People with Money to Spend and Willing to Spend it
    • 29. Key Economic Facts (Indian Environment) Significant FDI, Vibrant Capital Market, High FE Reserve Inflation (Moderate – High) Interest Rates (High) Economy Growing @8-9.5%
    • 30. Competition Rivals for Customers’ Limited Buying Power Substitute Products Every Company Brand Competition Differential Advantage
    • 31. Social and Cultural Forces People Make Markets Beliefs Socio-cultural Patterns Changing Quickly Values Lifestyles
    • 32. Key socio-cultural facts of India 7 Religions 17 Languages Many Cultures, Tradition bound (Changing fast due to exposure to lifestyle, Media, Globalization) More Health Conscious, Working Harder/Longer, Premium on time Changing role of Women (Housewife -Employed women)
    • 33. Political and Legal Forces Type of Governance and Direction Governmental Relationship with Industries Monetary and Fiscal Policies Legislation - Social & Related to Marketing
    • 34. Key facts of India's Political & Legal Environment Political consensus on Economic Growth Economic Reforms, Moving rapidly to Market economy
      • To operate
      • within legal
      • framework of laws
      • related to
        • Corporate affairs,
        • Consumer protection,
        • Employee protection,
        • MRTP etc
    • 35. Key facts of India's Natural Environment Rich natural resources (iron, coal, rare minerals, ocean wealth) Tropical climate favours agriculture and industry Good rainfall, Has strong network of rivers In energy, costs are constantly on rise
    • 36. Technology Affects How Marketing is Carried Out Altering Existing Industries Impacts lifestyles, consumption patterns, economic well-being Starting New Industries Stimulates Markets and Other Industries
    • 37. External Microenvironment of a Company’s Marketing Program Company’s Marketing Program Marketing Interme- diaries The Market Marketing Interme- diaries Suppliers Value Chain
    • 38. Internal Environment Internal Environment Affecting a Company’s Marketing Activities
    • 39. Firm’s Marketing Environment Marktg Intrmdries Market Marktg Intrmdiaries Market Technology Political and Legal Forces Social & Cultural Forces Natural Environment Competition Demo- graphics Economic conditions
    • 40. 3. Global Markets and Marketing
    • 41. Lesson Objectives
      • The significance of marketing to firms and countries
      • The attractiveness of foreign markets
      • The challenges of designing international marketing strategies
      • The alternative organizational structures
      • The international marketing mix issues and concepts
    • 42. Reasons for International Trade Access to products Comparative Advantage
    • 43. Role of Export Trade in Selected Countries INSERT TABLE 3.1
    • 44. International Trade Balance of Payments Accounting record of all Transactions between countries Trade Balance Difference between imports and exports
    • 45. Factors Affecting International Trade Technology Consumer Preferences Trade Barriers Subsidized Industries Tax Structure Marketing Capability
    • 46. Why International Marketing? Potential Demand Market Saturation Customer Expectations
    • 47. Strategic Planning for International Marketing Regional Strategy Local Strategy Global Strategy
    • 48. Market Demand Number of people Buying behavior Ability to buy
    • 49. Social and Cultural Environment Family Customs and Behavior Education Language Differences
    • 50. Economic Environment Infrastructure Competition Level of Economic Development
    • 51. Political and Legal Forces
      • Tariff
      • Import quota
      • Local-content law
      • Local operating laws
      • Standards and certification
      • Boycott
      Trade Barriers
    • 52. Political and Legal Forces
      • World Trade Organization
      • European Union
      • North American Free Trade Agreement
      • Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum
      • Association of Southeast Asian Nations
      • Common Market of the South
      • WTO
      • EU
      • NAFTA
      • APEC
      • ASEAN
      • MERCOSUR
      Trade Agreements
    • 53. Structures for Operating in Foreign Markets Exporting Directly, or through Import-Export Middlemen Company Sales Branches Licensing Foreign Products Contract Manufact-uring by Foreign Producers Joint Ventures and Strategic Alliances Wholly Owned Subsidia-ries Multinational Corporat-ions Low involvement abroad High involvement abroad
    • 54. Designing the Marketing Mix Market Research
      • Data availability
      • Infrastructure, etc
      Product Planning
      • Product extension
      • Product adaptation
      • New invention
      • Branding
      • Labeling
      Pricing
      • Cost Plus
      • Dumping
      • Countertrade or Barter
      Distribution Systems
      • Export/Import Agents
      • Export Merchant
      • Gray Marketing
      Advertising
      • Language
      • Format
      • Media etc

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