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The influence of perceived cultural and business distance on international marketing strategy decisions

a case study of Telkom Indonesia International

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The influence of perceived cultural and business distance on international marketing strategy decisions

a case study of Telkom Indonesia International

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World globalisation drives companies to undertake international expansion with the aim of retaining or growing their businesses. When companies globalize, managers encounter new challenges in making international marketing strategy (IMS) decisions, which are influenced by perceived cultural and business distance between their home- and foreign country. Telkom Indonesia International (Telin) was formed by Telkom Indonesia (i.e. the state-owned company in the telecommunication industry in Indonesia) to engage in international business within a global market. The central question in this study is to what extent do managers’ perceived cultural and business distance between home- and foreign country influence their IMS decisions? A mixed research strategy will be employed by applying qualitative and quantitative methods concurrently. The data collection will involve interviews with CEOs and managers, alongside a web survey to 55 managers of Telkom's. Results suggest important consequences for IMS decisions and emphasizes the need for dialogue on perceptions of cultural and business characteristics of countries.

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OrganisatieZuyd Hogeschool
LectoraatLectoraat Employability
Gepubliceerd inInternational Review of Management and Marketing econjournals, Mersin, Vol. 7, Uitgave: 3, Pagina's: 238-245
Jaar2017
TypeArtikel
ISSN2146-4405
TaalEngels

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