Logitech Case Study

Logitech Case Study - Logitech Case Study Jim Daley IB303...

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Logitech Case Study Jim Daley IB303 050 3/17/08 1) The cost to the American consumer would increase drastically. It would increase because the product would be fully assembled here in the U.S. which would increase the cost of labor. Having to hire more laborers would increase the amount of money going to their pay which would then increase the price of a product by several hundreds of dollars. Instead of paying $40 dollars for a mouse now the consumer would be looking at a price in the range of $200-$350. 2) Trade lowers the cost of making computer peripherals because they can be produced and manufactured overseas. Without these low income countries Logitech and other companies would not be as successful as they are today. Since now that globalization is a big thing in today’s business world Logitech will continue to produce it’s products in Taiwan and China as long as the cost of labor and production stays low. 3) Logitech is a big globally enhanced company where their product and company use a lot of countries to produce and finalize their products. From their corporate headquarters in Freemont, California, to it’s building in Switzerland where basic R&D work is done, to it’s location in Ireland, and to it’s factories in Asia where
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most of the production takes place. They do this because they want to produce
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course I B 303 taught by Professor Welmon,vernismic during the Spring '07 term at Penn State.

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