Familiarizes Readers with Global Marketing and the Global Business Environment Marking the 20th anniversary of this series of textbooks, this Ninth Edition of Global Marketing builds on the tradition and successes of previous editions.
This textbook introduces students to the important concepts of global marketing today, and their managerial implications. Designed to be shorter than many other textbooks, Global Marketing focuses on getting to the point faster.
Increasingly, marketing activities must be integrated at a global level. Yet, the enduring influence of culture requires marketers to adapt local strategies in light of cultural differences. Global Marketing takes a similar strategic approach, recognizing the need to address both the forces of globalization and those of localization. Other key features include:
Coverage of often overlooked topics, such as the competitive rise of China’s state-owned enterprises; the importance of diasporas as target markets; and the emerging threat to legitimate marketers from transnational criminal organizations
A chapter dedicated to understanding global and local competitors, setting the stage for ongoing discussion of both buyers and competitors in an increasingly competitive global marketplace
Extensive real-life examples and cases from developed and emerging markets, including insights into the often-overlooked markets of Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East
Written in a student-friendly style, previous editions have received praise from both students and instructors. This edition continues to build on this strong foundation, making this the book of choice for students of global marketing classes.
Following the tradition of Keegan's acclaimed Global Marketing Management, this groundbreaking full-color book offers a concise introduction to the field that is presented in a lively reader-friendly style. The authors integrate relevant real-world cases, vignettes, and boxed features with a clear, engaging narrative to effectively communicate the excitement, challenge and discipline of global marketing. Coverage features an enhanced presentation of global trade; expanded and improved social/cultural coverage; the most recent research; the impact of Information Technology; an expanded section on global retailing; finance coverage in a valuable chapter appendix; a consolidated treatment of market entry strategies; specialized discussions of global communication decisions; quotes from today's professionals; enhanced Internet integration throughout the book; concise, issue-oriented and timely cases; and a vivid, full-color design. For those interested in international marketing and the global business environment.
Bring Global Marketing to Life with Real-World Examples: The cases in this text were written to encourage student interest and learning, stimulate class discussion, and enhance the classroom experience for students and instructors.
International Marketing by Cateora, Gilly, and Graham has been a pioneer in the field of international marketing. The authors continue to set the standard in this edition with new and expanded topics that reflect the swift changes of the competitive global market, as well as increased coverage of technology’s impact on the international market arena. Now with over 100 new academic articles and their findings integrated into this 16th edition!
Providing a well-rounded perspective of international markets that encompasses history, geography, language, and religion as well as economics, International Marketing helps students to see the cultural and environmental uniqueness of any nation or region. The 16th edition reflects all the important events and innovations to affect global business within recent years, while including several new and updated learning tools and teaching resources.
Written for an undergraduate audience, but also successfully used in post-graduate courses, this concise text covers the essential concepts of global marketing with the aid of extensive real-life examples and cases. GLOBAL MARKETING offers balanced coverage of developed and developing markets, including insights into the often-overlooked markets of Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East. Written with the student in mind, the Third Edition features comprehensive coverage of current topics based on the authors' extensive research and consulting experience. An early introduction to culture and marketing prepares students to integrate cultural analysis throughout the course. A chapter dedicated to the understanding of global and local competitors sets the stage for ongoing discussion of both buyers and competitors in an increasingly competitive global market.
Johansson’s Global Marketing, 5/e utilizes a three-pronged framework to organize the discussion of how to conduct global business: Foreign Entry, Local Marketing, and Global Management. Johansson seeks to develop the varied skills a marketing manager needs to be successful in each of these tasks. In foreign entry, in global management, and to a large extent even as a local marketer in a foreign country, the global marketer needs skills that the home makes experience-or the standard marketing text-have rarely taught. The recognition of the three roles helps dispel the notion that “there is no such thing as international global marketing, only marketing. Much of the excellent research and tried-and-true teaching material that global marketers in business and academe have contributed over the years is reflected in the chapters and in several cases that can be found at the end of each major section. The authors have focused on material that is timely and up-to-date, and relevant to the global context.