The e-commerce revenue grew 55% in fiscal 2015 to over $1 billion, fueled by an expansion to new countries and supported by experience-enhancing infrastructure investments. Phil Knight is the Chairman Emeritus and Mark Parker is the current President & CEO. Over the past five years,
It is clear that Apple became much more successful in financial terms. Since Cook took over the company, iPhone sales more than doubled, the number of staff members rose to 110,000 from 60,000, and share price more than doubled over the past few years. Moreover, the company opened a great number of shops, for example in
Google Inc., is a giant, an Internet giant with the record of 22.9 billion dollars solely on the advertising revenues in 2009. Furthermore, Google cooperation is the indisputable leader of the internet search. It’s so big that every generation knows about it. In the October of 2013, Google‘s shares has been surged to a high record of more than 1000 dollars per shares. Solely by the comparison, Google’s initial public offering in August 2004 was 85 dollars per share.
In 1996 the bookstore online has become successful in the revenue approximately fifteen million. Amazon serves 160 countries with several different products. The categories are clothing, books, electronics, and beauty and health products. Amazon in the top list of the 100 fortune companies. The PESTEL analysis help analyze the environment which may affect the business(Adamkasi,2015).
It was surprising that decadal growth of population increased from 13.31% in 1951 to 21.64% in 1961, 24.80% in 1971, 24.66% in 1981, 23.87% in 1991, 21.54% in 2001 and 17.64% in 2011. Thus, a trend of population explosion started after 1951. Almost all States and Union Territories also show the same trend in increase of population after 1951. It is observed that consolidated annual growth rate of population in 2011 is 1.76%, whereas the States like Jammu and Kashmir, NCRT, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Arunachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhatisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Daman & Diu, Dadar Nagar Haveli, Pondicherry and Andaman & Nicobar Islands registered a growth rate of more than 2% which is on very higher side, though in some States migration from Bangladesh may be the factor. India needs to launch an overall population awareness programme
Economic globalization is characterized by the growing interdependence of national economies around the globe (Dollar 2005). Increase in economic interdependence refers to the expansion of cross-border trade, international investment and migration. In the twenty first century national economic development is hardly possible without integration into the global economy. As a matter of fact developed countries have been dominating the process of economic globalization and are used to be seen as its main driving force. Thus, in the mid-90s developed countries were responsible for nearly 82% of the total value of cross-border trade in the whole world in addition to over 80% of the world’s total value of foreign direct investment (FDI) (Shangquan 2000).
Nejatbakhsh (2014) states new generations significantly accelerate the cosmopolitanism, especially from a broad perspective. Another interesting point is that the younger generation‘s cosmopolitanism seems to be connected to the economic opportunities that provide jobs at a more global arena for them than as it was for the previous generations at their youth. More specifically, a person who live person grows up at a time of a more intensified globalization, he or she might think of more 50 global life-path alternatives and would develop more cosmopolitan skills, whether mental, behavioral, social, or professional. Therefore, the social life, the cosmopolitan attitudes are extremely diverse. In addition, cosmopolitanism manifests in cosmopolitan cities with millions of world citizens.
With this increased income, the government was able to develop other sectors such as transport, insurance and banking and also triggering infrastructure projects which further propelled the garment industry forward. It has generated more foreign direct investment into the country and also created jobs and other business opportunities for both locals and foreigners. The country’s per-capita income has had an increase of almost 300%, shooting up from US$280 in 1990 to US$838 in
CASE WRITE UP “Electrolux AB - Managing innovation” Prepared by: Emilio Ramirez Zuñiga 000126489, Nov 2015 INTRODUCTION Established in 1919 Electrolux was a result of a merger between two Stockholm-based companies. Now at days, it is the second largest kitchen and home appliances company worldwide with $16.3 billions in revenue, employing more than 60, 000 people and operating in 12 home appliances product categories. The company growth strategy was principally through mergers and acquisitions. Which has an impact in the organizational culture and diversity. Electrolux had a diversified geographic presence, operating 58 manufacturing facilities in 19 countries, selling 40 million SKUs annually across 150 countries and had over 25 global brands.
And since then, international tourism has been multiplied by 50 compared to 1950, and has reached 1,186 million tourist arrivals in 2015. The forecasts are striking as they expect 1.8 billion tourist arrivals by 2030, due to a growth of 3,3% per year between 2010 and 2030. Concerning the domestic tourists, UNWTO estimates the