Impact of Advertising on International Marketing

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Impact Of Advert ising On International Ma rke ting




This report on ‘Impact of Advertising’ is prepared in fulfillment of presentation in the International Marketing subject.

We present this report to Prof. Gayatri Bhoir who has helped us in understanding this subject through a practical approach. She has guided us through the preparation of this project and for this we are grateful to her. We have prepared this report after a thorough research and analysis of the topic. We would like to thank all those who helped us make this project report worthwhile.



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Ibhrahim Khan Devashree Korlekar Prabhawati Kuckian Siddhraj Masali Shailesh Maurya

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Abhishek Mishra



INDEX Sr. Topic No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 International Marketing: A global marketplace Advertising and its milestones Advertising plan Consumer and Market analysis Marketing Plan Advertising communication system Media strategy & tactics International Advertising concept Brand ambassadors Impact of advertising on sales: Hero Honda Agencies Fact file Advertising expenditure Top 10 advertising companies Factors affecting advertising Pg. No. 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 18 19 20 21 22 23

International Marketing: A Global Marketplace
Trade is increasingly global in scope today. There are several reasons for this. One significant reason is technological—because of improved transportation and communication opportunities today, trade is now more practical. Thus, consumers and businesses now have access to the very best products from many different countries. Increasingly rapid technology lifecycles also increases the competition among countries as to who can produce the newest in technology. In part to accommodate these realities, countries in the last several decades have taken increasing steps to promote global trade through agreements such as the General Treaty on Trade and Tariffs, and trade organizations such as the World Trade Organization 5

(WTO), North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and the European Union (EU). Some forces in international trade. Trade between countries is beneficial because these countries differ in their relative economic strengths—some have more advanced technology and some have lower costs. Products tend to be adopted more quickly in the United States and Japan, for example, so once the demand for a product (say, VCRs) is in the decline in these markets, an increasing market potential might exist in other countries (e.g., Europe and the rest of Asia). Internalization/transaction costs refers to the fact that developing certain very large scale projects, such as an automobile intended for the World market, may entail such large costs that these must be spread over several countries.

Advertising is a persuasive communication attempt to change or reinforce ones’ prior attitude that is predictable of future behavior. Historical Milestones In Advertising Advertising goes back to the very beginnings of recorded history. Archaeologists working in the countries around the Mediterranean sea have dug up signs announcing various events and offers. An early form of advertising was the town crier. Another early advertising form was the mark that trades people placed on their goods, such as pottery. As the person’s reputation spread by word of mouth, buyers began to look for his special mark, just as trademarks and brand names are used today. As production became more centralized and markets became more distant, the mark became 6

more important. The turning point in the history of advertising came in he year 1450 when Johann Gutenberg invented the printing press. Advertising no longer had to produce extra copies of a sign by hand. The first printed advertisement in the English language appeared in 1478. In 1622, advertising got a big boost...
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