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    Same as Google, some internet companies in social media and e-commerce are growing incredibly fast and taking the market shares, such as Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, eBay and Alibaba. These companies changed the market structure that internet search cannot be a winner-take-all business in the near future. With over 95% of revenue from online advertising, pursue alternative revenue streams becomes very important for Google in long-term…

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    In China, luxury counterfeit becomes the substitute good of luxuries because it acts as a perfect camouflage to prevent people who are unable or unwilling to pay for the real from being marginalized by the higher social circle. Nowadays, an increasing number of Chinese consumers rely heavily on look-alike luxury products to create self-actualization and fulfill their desired social identities. This paper primarily addresses how luxury counterfeits satisfy Chinese consumer’s identity desires and…

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    verified in our research. As suggested in our work, the perceived quality, usefulness, fulfillment and perceived profitability for the purchase within inbuilt SP have significant positive impacts in improving customer online experience based on the Alibaba case. Customer experience will be satisfying if the aspects like quality of services, products, usefulness of the website infrastructure are well managed by the practitioners. Hence, more fruitful outcomes can be gained by centering on these…

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    International Expansion Strategies for Starbucks While wandering abroad, there is a Starbucks way. The organization discovers neighborhood business associates in generally remote market. It tests every nation with a modest bunch of stores in vogue locale, utilizing experienced Starbucks administrators. It sends neighborhood baristas to Seattle for 13 weeks of preparing. At that point it begins opening stores by the dozen. Its espresso lineup doesn 't fluctuate, however Starbucks adapts its…

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    Koyo Jeans Case Study

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    INTERNATIONALIZATION OF KOYO JEANS FROM HONG KONG Introduction William Cheung, the founder of Koyo Jeans, had a very modest beginning. He began his journey by working for a wholesaler who was already renowned in the fashion industry. He used this opportunity to sharpen his craft until he was able to establish his entity. Initially, he encountered numerous challenges since he was not an expert on matters such as outsourcing raw material, supply, sales, and delivery. Despite all this, he was able…

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    My love for K-Pop began years before Psy ever erupted onto the American pop music scene with his ever so popular song “Gangnam Style”. To be exact, I have been a long time fan of the genre for roughly seven years now and am still to this very day an avid listener and fan of K-Pop. As a young fourteen-year-old at the time, I remember wanting to search for new music to listen to and had discovered K-Pop music videos largely by accident by simply clicking on recommended videos on YouTube. One of…

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    CRAW ESSAY There is a country, with a spy-software installed on the computers of its Internet café. There is a country, where 30,000 Internet police use said software to monitor users. There is a country, where access to Google, YouTube, and Facebook are restricted. Instead, they replaced those websites with Baidu, Youku, and Weibo respectively. Often dubbed as The Great Firewall, China’s implementation of censorship continues to garner attention. Not limited to the control of new media,…

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    Softbank Case Study

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    (Henry & William, 2006) In 2000, Softbank invested $ 20 million in Alibaba, and now it has a market capitalization of up to 65 billion U.S. dollars.(Sender, 2000) In 2006, Softbank acquired 15 million U.S. dollars of Vodafone's Japan business and made Softbank the third-largest mobile operator in Japan. (Spasford, 2006)…

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    Amadeus Strategic Analysis

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    Literature said that a winning company requires strategic analysis to gather information which involves examination of internal and external environment of the company in order to establish strong and bad points (Campbell et al 2002). Clearly constructed strategy determinate a long term goals and objectives and ensure that company differentiate themselves by allocation of decision in order to achieve successful adoption (Chandler 1962, Porter 1980 and Mintzberg 1987). For that very reason this…

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    online shopping .It can appeal a lot of people to notice and buy. Online shopping is also a fashion for the old people and the young people. It also a low-cost ways to promote the business. Jason can post his product on a lot of shopping website like alibaba cause people all…

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