Notes International Business BENEFITS FOR BUSINESS?
BENEFITS FOR BUSINESS
Increased Quality of Goods
Products such as luxury cars as parts manufactured in many different countries
come together to form the finished product.
ENTREPRENEURSHIP 461- FINAL TEST
Final Exam Essays (Choose 2 each worth 50%) - Upload to Moodle before the start of
class on the scheduled day of the final.
Suggested length: 300 to 500 words per essay.
Note: Evidence of plagiarism (which i
Individual or Group
Business value of improved decision
making: really to be understood in two
was the ROI on good decision, and
the negative ROI on bad decisions
how to judge
Types of decisi
Rima Bousaid, Teresa Ambrosio, Elizabeth Donohue
case #2 Summary
Our discussion facilitator will be Rima Bousaid for Case 2. From our group
discussion about the Breeders Mix, we have come to the conclusion that we all though
about the idea that the produc
1) How did Schultz view the U.S. coffee market in the mid-1980s?
The large roaster competed for shares in shrinking market,
the coffee consumption began to fall in the mid 1960s ,
declining from a postwar peak of 3.1 cups per day in 1963 to
Bullwhip effect summary
Bullwhip effect is well known beer game. Four major causes of bullwhip effect demand
forecast updating, order batching, price fluctuation, and rationing and shortage gaming.
In the demand forecast updating ,usually every firms in a
1-What is the target market for breeders mix?
Pet market is a large market, launching in Boston is the first step, because it is greater area in
dog population, after the product been launch in Boston succeed, they should start distributing it
to other St
Amazon building convenience store
Amazon is one of the largest online retailer which is well known for e-commerce.
Customer shop online from electronic to anything a consumer need, now It is going to
open a convenience building stores and developing curbs
Aside from the two reasons stated in the case, what other reasons can you give
to explain: why Zara does not sell online (at the time of the case)?
As it is mentioned in the case study the two reason Zara decided not to sell
clothes over the internet,
Notes International Business Barriers to International Business
Barriers to International Business
The Canadian government uses barriers, often referred to a roadblocks, to help protect
domestic businesses and consumers.
Tariffs, also called custo
Notes International Business Imports
Five Ways to Offset the Risk of Importing
1. Measure consumer interest.
2. Use care when selecting foreign suppliers.
3. Learn about a foreign partners culture.
4. Carefully scrutinize the purchase agreement and then s
Notes International Business Costs of International Trade
Costs of International Trade
The hidden or social costs often associated with international trade include offshore
outsourcing, human rights or labour abuses, and environmental degradation.
Notes International Business Excise Taxes
An excise tax is a tax on the manufacture, sale, or consumption of a particular product
within a country.
Since currency rates fluctuate on a daily basis, an international purchase made on
Notes International Business Canada and International Trade Agreements
Two Main Advantages to Reducing Trade Barriers
1. Domestic business can sell their products abroad at lower prices since duties are
2. Consumers have access to new foreign p
Notes International Business Introduction
What Is International Business
A domestic transaction is the selling of items produced in the same country.
An international transaction is the selling of items produced in other countries. These items
Notes International Business The 5 Ps
A countrys resources determine what goods and services it produces.
The cost of producing goods and services varies from country to country. Sometimes
it may be more profitable for Canadian businesses to
Notes International Business The Future of International Trade
The Asia-Pacific Economic Corporation (APEC) is an economic development
organization formed in 1889. The Asia-Pacific market is the fastest growing trade
European Union (EU)
Notes International Business Nonverbal Communication Signals
Nonverbal signals can convey more than words do.
In Canada, the United States, and some European countries, business is
completed at a quick and efficient pace.
Most other countri
VF brands had some trouble with their supply chain, the suppliers had short term
contracts to produces in certain volume, Fraser the president supply chain international
approach Third Way this way approach both in-house and traditional sourc