Bottom of the pyramid: Doing business with the poor

Bottom of the pyramid: Doing business with the poor

12,99 € inkl. gesetzl. MwSt.

Lieferbar innerhalb von 3 Wochen

Versandkostenfrei

Weitere Formate

Beschreibung

Essay from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - General, grade: 1,7, University of St Andrews (School of Management), language: English, abstract: Strive for market shares, the willingness or necessity to increase revenues or diversify risk can be key drivers for innovative firms in going abroad (Peng, 2009). Usually,these companies favour markets somewhat similar to their already developed, saturated home markets with a large potential customer base and mass purchasing power (London & Hart, 2004; Peng, 2009). The article 'Serving the World's Poor, Profitably' written by C.K. Prahalad and Allen Hammond, published in the Harvard Business Review in September 2002, stretches the tremendous sales potential for multi-national enterprises (MNEs) in doing business with the very poor. It builds on the socio-economic concept of the bottom-ofthe-pyramid (BoP), which refers to nearly four billion potential consumers with an annual income of less than US$ 2,000; that is two-third of the world's population (Prahalad & Hart, 2002)[...]

Renner, BenjaminBenjamin Renner studied in Hamburg, Cambridge, Shanghai and St Andrews. He earned a MLitt in International Business with Distinction from the University of St Andrews. Benjamin also has several years of working experience in foreign trade with his speciality being the export of capital investment goods from Europe to Asian markets.

Details

  • Einband

    Taschenbuch

  • Erscheinungsdatum

    24.02.2014

  • Verlag GRIN
  • Seitenzahl

    16

  • Maße (L/B/H)

    21/14,8/0,1 cm

Beschreibung

Details

Das meinen unsere Kund*innen

0.0

0 Bewertungen

Verfassen Sie die erste Bewertung zu diesem Artikel

Helfen Sie anderen Kund*innen durch Ihre Meinung

Erste Bewertung verfassen

Unsere Kund*innen meinen

0.0

0 Bewertungen filtern

  • Bottom of the pyramid: Doing business with the poor