Essays about: "A Case Study of IKEA in Japan"

Found 3 essays containing the words A Case Study of IKEA in Japan.

  1. 1. Entering the Japanese Market : Similarities and Differences between two Swedish firms

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Robin Moritz; Zaid Jirges; [2018]
    Keywords : Network; relationships; internationalization; Japan; foreign market entry; Blankenburg; IKEA; Haglöfs; FME;

    Abstract : In this thesis we investigated the differences and similarities between a big and a small Swedish firms’ market entry process into Japan. This was done by studying the two chosen companies, IKEA and Haglöfs respectively. We conducted our research using a case study collecting data from primary and secondary sources. READ MORE

  2. 2. Working with Social Media in Japan. In the case of H&M, Ikea and Volvo Corporation

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Graduate School

    Author : Sarah Müller; Elin Simonsson; [2015-07-08]
    Keywords : Social Media; Japan; Social Media Usage; Japanese Culture; H M; IKEA; Volvo Car Corporation;

    Abstract : AbstractSocial media is an evermore important tool for companies to utilize in marketing, as it no longer is a question of if, but how social media can be employed for communicating to current and potential customers. However, it is also a tool that holds its complexities, and one in which companies are resistant to use. READ MORE

  3. 3. "Home Sweet Home" - A Controversial Thought? - A Case Study of IKEA in Japan

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Institutionen för service management och tjänstevetenskap

    Author : Dalavan Thamhaksa; Jessica Leroux; Hiroko Yokoi; [2008]
    Keywords : ikea; culture; consumer behavior; japanese consumer behavior; adaptation; standardization; customer loyalty; marketing; globalization; Management of enterprises; Företagsledning; management; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : IKEA Funabashi has overall proven itself to be successful since its establishment in Japan in 2006. They have chosen to adapt themselves to obligatory cultural aspects while still being able to standardize their products and keep what makes them special – their so-called “Swedishness”. READ MORE