The role of cultural differences in international marketing

IB Business Management: The role of cultural differences in international marketing

Culture refers to the shared beliefs, attitudes, values, and practices that characterises an organization. International marketers may encounter major cultural differences when marketing their products in different countries and parts of the world. Cultural differences exist because customers around the world have different beliefs, outlooks and values. Their preferences, habits and tastes may also differ. For example,...

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