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  • This presentation is about the history and business ethics of Kodak , America’s taking pictures. Smile!
  • Kodak has stores across the US and around the world internationally and domestically.
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    • 1. KODAKYOU PRESS THE BUTTON
    • 2. George EastmanGeorge quit school and cared for hismother and siblings. Then at the age of14, he worked as an office boy at alocal bank. At 24, he took a self photograph of himself for a plan to go on atrip. He did not make the trip but wasindulged in photography instead. Hewas so fascinated he started his ownbusiness on the 3rd floor of the tallbuilding.
    • 3. History in the Making Foundation Principles1897-George Eastman went to London toobtain a patent on the plate coating  Mass production at low costmachine.  International distribution1881-Eastman and Strong formed apartnership  Extensive advertising1884-The Eastman Dry Plate and film  A focus on the customercompany (Solo)1888-The Kodak Camera1889-The Eastman Company1896-The 100,000 camera was manufactured1901-Eastman Kodak Company
    • 4. Ethical Challenges Always follow Kodak Business Conduct Guide Business is always conducted with high ethical standards Respect internationally legal principles Support community affairs Support supplier diversity Follow compliance of government mandate Control worldwide media changes that effect business
    • 5. Products and Services
    • 6. Around the GlobeAmerica Europe Asia/ Africa /Argentina Switzerland Pacific MiddleUnited States Norway Australia EastVenezuela Poland IndiaMexico Denmark JapanBrazil Germany KoreaCanada Belgium ThailandChile New Zealand SpainPeru China
    • 7. The Kodak Values Respect-for the dignity of the individual Integrity-uncompromising Trust-one another Credibility-inside and outside the company Improvement-and personal renewal Recognition-and celebration
    • 8. Recommendations Innovations Imaging Solutions Adding new business Keeping up with the new technologies Follow up with research on improvements Mastering Accomplishments Updating publications and materials Provide thorough and secure routing instructions Diversity within the corporation
    • 9. REFERENCESKodak http://www.kodak.com/ek/US/en/Home.htmKodak (1880) History of Kodak. Corporation. Retrieved on December 14, 2011 from http://www.kodak.com/global/en/corp/historyOfKodak/historyIntro.jhtml?pq- path=2/8/2217/2687.Kodak (1887-1929) http://www.kodak.com/global/en/corp/historyOfKodak/1878.jhtml?pq-path=2699Kodak (1960) http://www.kodak.com/global/en/corp/historyOfKodak/1960.jhtml?pq- path=2217/2687/2695/2701Print from Facebook http://www.kodak.com/global/en/consumer/kiosk/printFromFacebook.jhtml?pq- path=164/7959/2301161