Kent State University East Liverpool
Table of Contents
A. Marketing Environment
B. Target Market
C. Current Marketing Objectives and Performance
A. Target Market
B. Marketing Mix
A. Marketing Organization
B. Activities and Responsibilities
C. Implementation Timetable
Evaluation and Control
A. Performance Standards
B. Financial Control and Monitoring Procedures
Samsung is a company that has been steadily growing throughout the last decade. Samsung has made themselves noticeable as one of the most innovative, quality brands in the electronics industry. They strive to be sustainable and achieve competitive advantage by remaining at the forefront of the digital market. Samsung’s policy is to devote human resources and technologies to create superior products and service thereby contributing to a better global society.
Samsung is one of the world’s largest technology providers. It was founded by Lee Byung-chul in 1938. It started out as a trading company exporting various products from South Korea to Beijing, China. The word Samsung means “three stars” in Korean. It became the name that was associated with different types of business establishments in South Korea and in various parts of the world.
Samsung electronics was born in 1969. The company started acquiring and creating different business establishments including a hospital, a paper manufacturing company, Life Insurance Company, department stores and many others. The company was becoming a household name starting in its own country of Korea and spanning its reach to many other cities...
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