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Implementing Global Strategy by Aggregation Pt. 1



Learn about firms that implement global strategy by aggregation (part 1). Visit www.buddingmarkets.com for more information.

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Implementing Global Strategy by Aggregation Pt. 1 Implementing Global Strategy by Aggregation Pt. 1 Presentation Transcript

  • Agenda Bombardier Wal-Mart Coca-Cola Vodafone Chanel
  • Sameer Mathur BuddingMarkets.com Marketing Professor 2009 – 2013 Ph.D. and M.S. (Marketing) 2003 – 2009 Marketing Professor 2013 – Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow
  • Bombardier Building Airplanes via Aggregation • Regional Focus • Regional Hub • Regional Network • Regional Mandate
  • AEROSPACE - 3rd largest airplane manufacturer in the world. - Headquarter in Dorval, Quebec, Canada. - Aircrafts include business jets, commercial jets and turboprops. Bombardier Inc.
  • RAIL TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY - One of the world s largest company in the rail-equipment industry. - Headquarter in Berlin, Germany - 59 manufacturing locations around the world. - 34,900 employees (25,400 in Europe). Passenger rail vehicles, locomotives, bogies, propulsions, and controls. Bombardier Inc.
  • Bombardier s aerospace assembly plant in Quebec. Assembly line at a Bombardier manufacturing plant in Toronto Regional Focus - Canada
  • Locations of Bombardier s rail-equipment manufactures Bombardier Transportation
  • Regional Networks
  • Regional Mandates
  • German airline Lufthansa American firm Skyjet German multinational automotive corporation Economies of Scale through Key Acquisitions and Partnerships
  • • Bombardier is continuing its strategy of regionalization by establishing a Bombardier Commercial sales and marketing office in Dallas, Texas through one of its US subsidiaries. • To serve the United States and the growth markets in Latin America. • Allows for a closer focus on customers. Bombardier’s Regionalization
  • “The opening of new sales and marketing offices is part of our ongoing regionalization strategy to expand our presence globally, as we progress with our game-changing CSeries family of aircraft.” - Chet Fuller, Senior Vice President, Commercial, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft Bombardier’s Regionalization
  • • Bombardier envisions that there many prospective customers in Latin America as the growth of the middle class there drives the markets. • The customers can be effectively targeted from the newly opened sales and marketing office in Dallas, Texas. Regional Hub
  • • Blue star indicates the new Dallas office • Red stars indicate existing offices Bombardier’s Regional Hubs
  • • The opening of Bombardier’s Munich office in 2009, along with the recent opening of their Dallas office positions them better in their traditional markets where they already have a strong presence with their Dash 8/Q-Series and CRJ families of regional aircraft. Regional Hub
  • Summary: Bombardier Building Airplanes via Aggregation • Regional Focus • Regional Hub • Regional Network • Regional Mandate
  • Wal-Mart Aggregation at the Back-End
  • Firms rely on the of countries as opposed to fully adapting to their dissimilarities. Competitive advantage through and Aggregation and Globalization
  • - Ongoing success because of the - Has tremendous over its suppliers. - Obtains and sells its products at - Over worldwide and Wal-Mart’s Success
  • - Front end of the stores are - Back end of the stores are , ensuring no inefficiencies. Most of the customers overseas are not even aware that they are shopping at Wal- Mart! Wal-Mart’s Success
  • Japan Costa Rica Honduras Brazil United Kingdom Did you know these were Wal- Mart’s Stores?
  • Coca-Cola Extending its Regional Portfolio via Expansion into Burma
  • • Coca Cola strives to expand beyond its regional focus in the United States. • Its ultimate goal is to achieve worldwide economies of scale. Aggregation
  • • July 2012: Announced presence in Burma • Burma recently lifted suspension on Western sanctions – Coca-Cola took this opportunity to expand to a new geographical region. Geographic Aggregation
  • • Coca-Cola can be seen as a symbol of the economic and political reforms. • Coca-Cola was sold illegally through an underground market in Burma for the past 60 years. • It’s legal presence will bring in tax revenues to the government. Administrative Aggregation
  • • Coca Cola is now available all over SouthEast Asia. • Only two countries exist without Coca Cola (North Korea and Cuba). Regional Portfolio
  • • Coca-Cola has demonstrated how to successfully implement aggregation. • Its regional portfolio expands all across the globe. • They can achieve economies of scale in a wide variety of ways. Extending its Regional Portfolio via Expansion into Burma
  • Vodafone Regional Focus
  • • A British company created in 1982. • Expanded on a global scale in 1999 to locations such as Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, and the United States. Introduction
  • • Aggregation component is stressed by using a common feature throughout various countries to create economies of scale. • The GSM system used in all countries with exception to Japan and the Americas. “Bigger is Better”
  • • Vodaphone started of with one production site in the United Kingdom. • Company was regionally focused. Aggregation: Home Focus
  • • Vodafone started operating on a more global scale through acquisitions, mergers and agreements. • 1992: first international GSM roaming agreement signed with Telecom Finland. Aggregation: Regional Portfolio
  • • Willing to make regions less dependent on UK. Example: • The introduction of National Account Managers (responsible for regional expertise) allows the company to get closer to consumers through its regional hubs. Aggregation: Regional Hubs
  • • Limited economies of scales in the American and Japanese market because they use the CDMA system. • Administrative distance. CAGE Framework
  • Chanel No. 5 Luxury Perfume
  • Unchanged since 1921
  • Consistent Global Image
  • Luxury in Emerging Markets
  • Consistent Global Packaging
  • Formula hasn’t changed since 1921
  • Made in France and the USA
  • Summary Bombardier Wal-Mart Coca-Cola Vodafone Chanel
  • Recommended Reading
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