STUDENT NAME: - ANKIT ANKIT STUDENT ID: - C0721272 ASSIGNMENT:1 CASE STUDY ON Made in Brazil, worn in the Middle East: Exporting Footwear to New Markets (Brazil’s footwear industry) Question1). What advice on documentation requirement would you give a Brazilian footwear company who wants to export its products to Saudi Arabia? Answer) Advice on documentation requirement to Brazilian footwear company: - • Each consignment of imported merchandise must be joined by a certificate of conformity from an approved investigation organization. • All the norms of customs should be met so that the goods are not held in customs of either side of transaction. Inability to do as such could bring about a fine or goods …show more content…
• Incoterms contain all the freights, invoices, insurance for credit transit insurance and port or transport discharge. • Collect Letter of credit from bank, so that if anything goes wrong in the credit, both parties are liable to downside in the contract that may be product lost or broken in transit. • So we advice Brazilian footwear company to ask for all these Document apart from export and import negotiations and document containing terms, so that if anything goes wrong both parties are liable and no one party is at financial and market value risk. Question2) Who are the stakeholders who may use the Saudi Arabian Certificate of Conformity? Answer) Exporters (Brazilian footwear company) are the stakeholders who uses the Saudi Arabian Certificate of Conformity. Because For all exports to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia a Conformity Assessment Program has been executed. All items require a Certificate of Conformity additionally referred to as a SASO certificate of conformity to empower them to be cleared through Saudi
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NIKE The Factors that Led to Success and Failure of Nike in its Venture across International Markets Abishek TR* Abstract- Key words: INTRODUCTION The largest American suppliers of athletic shoes, apparel, and sports equipments .At the same point of time ,this company is known worldwide .The Success of this company is the result of the various strategies used in the international market expansion which helped them to enter into new markets and to strengthen its position in the traditional ones .
A Familiar organization There are many familiar organizations that have successfully used globalization to expand markets and profitability. One of such organization is Nike Inc. Established in 1964 with the name ‘Blue Ribbon Sports’ (BRS) by Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman, the organization began as a distributor and importer of Japanese running shoes before embarking on a project to design its brand, which has become a household name in sportswear industry (O 'Reilly, 2014). Analyzing ways Nike Inc. has successfully used globalization to expand markets and profitability. There are various ways Nike Inc. has successfully used globalization to expand markets and profitability.
Resource based view is the tool that is used in order to evaluate the resources that are important for the organisation to make their performance effective. It is regarded as a significant approach that is used by the organisation towards attainment of competitive advantage. The aim of this paper is to evaluate the resource based view literature and then applying the knowledge on the evaluation of a case study organisation. The selected organisation is Zara Fast Fashion, which is analysed with the help of use of RBV towards achievement of sustainable competitive advantage. The theoretical concepts of the resource-based view is analysed and applied on Zara as a real world example.
These suppliers are concentrated in Jakarta and can be purchased from for just-in-time procurement. The number of suppliers of this input is high as these materials can be procured from foreign suppliers as well. The cost of switching to another supplier is low and therefore, suppliers of this degree have little bargaining power. However, businesses in the mattress industry compete on technological superiority.
Child labor is something people in the United States might think of as awful, but for families in countries like China it is a way of life. Name brand companies, for example Nike, have their products made overseas often using children to do the work. The use of child labor in other countries for Nike brings up the debate on whether or not the United States should buy products that have been produced by children. The United States should not buy products manufactured with the use of child labor because of the unfair wages they get paid and bad working conditions. Some may argue that by putting children to work it is lowering the unemployment rates in countries, the morals of buying products produced by young teenagers is just flat out wrong.
Contracts can be made very widely from a written document to a verbal promise. There are some different types of contract. Mainly, it is distinguished to five groups, i) Oral and Written contract ii) Bilateral and Unilateral contracts iii) Express and Implied contracts iv) Void and Voidable contracts v) Distance selling contracts All these contracts have different features and impacts.
For the company, it gets the raw materials like wood and wood fiber from its internal suppliers and other raw materials like metal from its external suppliers. At this stage, parties like IKEA Industry and IKEA’s external suppliers are involved. Since IKEA has to purchase materials from numerous suppliers, the company has 31 trading service offices in 26 countries so that new idea testing, production monitoring, quality checks and price negotiations can be carried out efficiently. This ensures that the material costs are at its lowest and at the same time, material comes in good
UNIQLO, 66-year-old Fashion and Retail industry was established in 1949 in Japan. It is a wholly owned subsidy which was bought by Fast Retailing Co Ltd since November 2005.With its head quarters in Tokyo it has managed to expand its clothing business in fourteen countries globally. An article from the Business Insider says that this Japanese chain has become the envy of retailers worldwide. It started in 1949 in Hiroshima as “Unique Clothing Warehouse”. The words were later joined to make “UNIQLO”.