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Export-Import Marketing Final Review

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Export-Import Marketing Final Review INBS 347

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FINAL Wednesday, December 2, 2015 11:16 AM 30 T/F 20 MC 2 essays (interaction of 4 P's ­ pricing, product, promotion)     Understand definitions:  ­what's a draft/bill of exchange (list of items on slide)  Bill of exchange ­ Draft drawn on an importer   Draft ­ type of check drawn on the importer by the exporter specifying that a sum of  money is to be paid to the exporter  When used with a letter of credit the draft is drawn on a bank      Joint ventures  A business arrangement in which two or more parties agree to pool their resources for the purpose of accomplishing a specific task Collaborations in general/ strategic alliances  Collaboration is a strategic alliance typically between two firms with the goal of providing mutual benefit for each firm o 1. Joint Ventures o 2. Outsourcing agreements o 3. Product Licensing o 4. Cooperative research Meaning of transfer pricing   Price quoted to wholly or partially owned foreign subsidiaries Bill of lading  Document that is the contract of carriage between the shipper and the transportation  carrier; a receipt for the goods issued by the carrier  General discussions on physical distribution and logistics   The movement and handling of products outward from the exporting country to points of  consumption or use  Management of relationships, decisions, and activities among production, storage, and  physical distribution Letter of credit  Commercial credit established through a bank by the buyer that specifies the conditions  under which payment is to be made to the beneficiary (the exporter). It is a type of credit  with the backing of a bank or banks  Making product changes ­ associated with cultural or legal issues ­ what kind of changes    What happens when there is currency devaluation (Russia, Venezuela) ­ why do people devalue  currency   The price of a national currency in terms of another is lowered either by market forces or  by government decision   Exporters from countries with lowered currency valuations can lower prices to increase  market share or maintain prices and reap more profits  Organizational structures (matrix)  A mixed structure that combines two or more competencies on a worldwide basis Total quality management program  Managing for quality in which companies strive to get products to a market faster, with  fewer defects and at a lower cost Terms of pricing/ price differential   Relationship of prices for products in a product line. Also used for relationship of pries  for a single product in different markets   Ch. 9 What is the WTO (their purpose)  A multinational, supranational organization providing a forum for negotiating, a national  government level, issues affecting international business.   Includes a mechanism for resolving disputes What is FDI   Investment in ownership in firms in foreign countries with the object of gaining some  degree of control Greenfield (go through power points)  Foreign direct investment in a manufacturing facility that 'starts from scratch' Licensing  A strategic alliance in which a company in one country gives the right to use something it owns (technology, trademark, etc.) to a company or person in another country Franchising   Type of licensing where the company giving the right to use something supplies an  important ingredient (parts, materials, and so on) for the finished product   Ch. 10 What is a product? (more than what you see, trademark, brand name, service, etc.)  Sum of all the physical and psychological satisfactions that the buyer or user receives as a result of the purchase and/or use of a product Product planning and development  4 forms of product development (export domestic products, acquire a firm, copy products developed by others, internal product development) o New product development or addition  o Changes in existing products o Finding new uses for existing products o Product elimination Product development cycle (figure 10.2)  Idea generation > initial screening > business analysis > develop the product > market  testing =  commercialization or drop from further consideration  Where do concepts come from Understand what ISO 9000 is   Minimum standards set by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) that  specifies design, manufacturing, logistics, and other controls associated with producing  quality products and services   Ch. 11 When doing pricing:   look at all partners in the country;  o Consumers or industrial users o Wholesalers, distributors or other importing agencies o Partners in strategic alliances o Licenses o Subsidiaries and joint ventures  you don't want to create a problem (too low hurts everyone in marketplace)  How do you determine an export price?   Costs  Market conditions and customer behavior (demand or value)  Competition  Legal and political issues  General company policies (financial matters, production, organization structure,  marketing activities, etc.)   Cost floor and demand ceiling ; gap ­ depends upon such factors as the nature and type of listed above ^ to determine price Need to know cost (consideration)  Consider the added cost in exporting and differing costs in producing abroad (investment, additional paperwork and transformation, legal requirements)  Understand issues (figure 11.2) FOB  Exporter's liability, costs and responsibility   FOB ­ free on board a transportation carrier at some named point What's market skimming?  Deliberate attempt to reach a segment that is willing to pay a premium price  Goal is to maximize revenue on limited volume and reinforce customer's perception of  high product value  Often used in introductory phase of product life cycle What's market penetration?  Percentage of a target market that consumes a product or service   Pricing ­ sets a low initial price for a product o Goal to quickly attract new customers based on the low cost What's market holding?  Dictates that source­country currency appreciation will not be automatically passed on in  the form of higher prices  May accept lower margins  May have to shift production to other countries or licensing  Cost plus (a lot of times it is commercial products, not retail)  Setting the price for goods and services  Add together the direct material cost, direct labor cost and overhead costs for a product  and add it to a markup percentage in order to derive the price of the product (to create a  profit margin) Sliding down the demand curve (ex. Apple with iPods and iPads)   Skimming strategy but company reduces prices faster and further in order to establish  itself in the market  Normally occurs with a company that has continuous introductions of new products  Pre­emptive pricing  Discourage potential competitors with aggressive pricing entering a market  Taking advantage of experience curves (cost base related to being efficient at the  manufacturing level)   Extinction pricing (dumping shows up with this pricing decision)  Goal is to eliminate existing competitors   May involve dumping ­ legal problems (when a co exports a product at a price lower than the price it nomally charges in its own home market)  Incoterms (table 11.4) p 708  EXW (ex works) ­ point of origin  FCA (free carrier)  FAS (free alongside) ­ seller must provide for delivery of the goods free alongside, but  not on board  FOB (free on board)  CIF (cost, insurance and freight)  CFR (cost and freight)  DAT/DAP ­ (delivered at terminal/delivered at place) Transfer pricing  Pricing transactions between buyers and sellers that belong to the same corporation  The approach used will vary with the nature of the firm   Ch. 12 Consignment  Payment is made against clean draft (no documents attached), usually after goods are sold by the importer Open account (common in Europe and US)  Payment is made against clean drafts or against statements of balance  Factors may be willing to purchase accounts receivable, with or without recourse To get paid, you need documents   Documentary collections Documents against payment (D/A)  Documents that importer needs to obtain the merchandise are attached to a draft sent  through a bank Letter of credits   Commercial credit established through a bank by the buyer that specifies the conditions   under which payment is to be made to the beneficiary (the exporter)  Type of credit with the backing of a bank or banks  Different kinds o Revocable ­ can be revoked any time before payment is made ; less safe for the  exporter ; recommended is revocable ; clean = no paper work with it  o Confirmed and unconfirmed ­ confirmed includes agreement by exporter's bank to pay when conditions are met o Clean and documentary ­ clean will pay against draft (demand for payment) with  no documents attached ; documentary has documents (required to obtain  merchandise) attached o Transferrable  and non­transferable ­ transferable allows part or all of proceeds to  be assigned by the beneficiary to a third party ; non­transferable does not (stay away  from transferrable because someone can change the #s) o Revolving  ­ used where transactions are more or less continuous ; may limit  amount outstanding at any one time or to be paid in a given time period    COD (cash on delivery) ­ first order   Payment is to be made in cash when the shipment is delivered to the buyer Cash with order  Payment in whole or in part for an order is to be made at the time of the order (also  known as cash in advance) Bill of exchange / draft (figure 11.9) ­ what it looks like (a check)  Bill of exchange ­ Draft drawn on an importer   Draft ­ type of check drawn on the importer by the exporter specifying that a sum of  money is to be paid to the exporter  When used with a letter of credit the draft is drawn on a bank  Types of draft    Clean or documentary ­ with or without documents attached  Sight drafts ­ to be paid when first seen by the drawee  Usance drafts ­ to be paid at some time in the future  Drafts can be with or without recourse  o Without recourse ­ bank purchases draft o factor ­ financial intermediary that buys receivables ; takes a risk   Export credit insurance  Insurance from a government or private insurer that covers nonpayment by importers due to political risk, non­convertibility of currency and commercial risk    Countertrade  (a lot of barter going on)  Link sales contract to a purchase contract in addition to, or in place of financial  settlements   Seller provides a buyer with products/services and agrees to a reciprocal purchasing  obligation with the buyer   Pure barter ­   goods and services in exchange for goods and services   Offsets   Seller assists in or arranges marketing or provides some other benefit to buyer  o Such as agreement to buy parts which will be used in product sold to buyer   Ch. 13 Things you can do (overview slide)  Advertising   Public relations and publicity  Personal selling  Sales promotion  Direct marketing  Trade shows and exhibitions  Sponsorship promotion   Dimensions for climate for advertising (issues)   Underlying economic, social, and cultural factors: o Economic system o Social structure o Cultural background o Religious climate  Underlying legal and political factors: o State monopoly o Censorship o Restrictions on advertising   Understand difference of global advertising and branding (why would you adapt/how do you  adapt)  Global advertising ­ use of the same advertising appeals, messages, art copy, stories, etc.  in multiple country markets o Improves access to distribution channels; offers economies of scale in advertising  Branding ­ distinguishing goods or services from others o Help to build long term product identities; offer significant savings in production  costs  Needs to take care of cultural diversity, media limitations, legal differences, etc.  Pay attention to interaction of elements of the communication mix  Certain that the right message is being communicated and received by prospective  consumers    Approaches (Japan and America)   Japan o Connectors ­ bonds between brand & consumer o Product pushers ­ focus on product strength o Ubiquity seekers ­ desire to win awards o Cut­through ­ celebrities & memorable associations  o Entertainers ­ entertaining or newsworthy   America  o Economics o Status o Fear o Sex o Emotions o Family  Public Relations  A non­paid form of communication    What countries accept in terms of advertising   On­pack price reductions  Extra product  Money­off vouchers (not legal ­ Germany)  Free prize contest (not legal ­ Germany, Netherlands, Belgium)  In­pack gift    Trade shows and exhibits   An inexpensive way to get in front of people  Identify & recruit importers/exporters  Make contact with foreign governments  Sponsorship (in sports)  Increase awareness & esteem, build brand identity, enhance brand's positioning   Ch. 14 Ch. 15  


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