Download Now Free registration required
A few years ago, globalization was the new paradigm in international business, however from a branding perspective it has lost its initial efficiency giving the fact that consumers do not seem to feel a connection anymore with the standardized products of global corporations, catered to them in mass marketing communication programs. With their centralized decision making, most companies simply stopped having a connection with the new global marketplace and neglected its emergence. Hence, the influence of local characteristics arose, and with that a new term that encapsulates the global and the local - glocal. "Glocalization" encourages companies to "Think global, act local", and they could do so by using the global brand, while localizing certain elements of that brand in order to suit a particular country.
- Format: PDF
- Size: 124.28 KB