本文主要講的是組織行動的例子，如計劃投資1.14億美元在印度建立業務和1.8億英鎊的巨額支出增加股票的當地合作夥伴在中國組織的熱情去指標國際(使得科拉迪,Distaso &費爾南德斯,2012)。這些舉措是完美的平台，可以滿足這些市場上消費者的普遍需求，並隨後改善公司資產，同時維持公司的國際地位和業績。樂購公司(Tesco Plc)在美國等海外市場的業務已被證明是該公司希望在全球市場留下印記的催化劑。本篇論文代寫價格文章由美國論文通AssignmentPass輔導網整理，供大家參考閱讀。
The examples of the organizations initiatives such as its planned investment of $114 million for setting up business in India and a humongous expenditure of 180 million pounds for increasing shares in local partner in China are indicators of the organization’s zeal to go international (Corradi, Distaso & Fernandes, 2012). These initiatives are perfect platforms to encompass the prevalent demand of consumers in these markets and subsequently improvise company assets as well as sustain international presence and performance. The operations of Tesco Plc in overseas markets such as the US have proved to be catalysts for the company’s aspirations to make a mark on the global market.
Tesco’s opportunities further exceed to non-food service market. As discussed above in the report, the organization’s steps towards diversification of products and services have resulted in varied sectors of service such as insurance, electronic gadgets and books. However, when international exposure is considered Tesco Plc fails to stand up to the mark. For this market segment, Tesco needs to improvise on available sourcing skills and explore opportunities in supply chain management.
Tesco has been scouring foreign markets since the mid-90s and it has succeeded well. Expansion in overseas markets would provide the organization with opportunities for long-term growth and higher returns on investment of shareholders. Tesco is indulged in a global expansion program and the program aims at centralizing the foreign business. The global expansion program involves a revision of the organization’s network according to a network and voice contract signed by the company for 100 million pounds. Through this program, Tesco Plc aims at standardizing sales applications, human resources, prime finances and data storage (Corradi, Distaso & Fernandes, 2012). These technological improvements would ensure reduce expenditures on communication and staff travel which in turn imply better strategies for price reduction.