Marketing and Coca Cola

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Coca Cola
Coca-Cola is one of the most widely used soft drink in the world. The company has very efficient and extensive distribution system in the world. There is a great variety of brands offered by Coca-cola throughout the world like Diet coke, sprite, Fanta, Rc cola, Minute made etc. you can find the Coca-cola soft drinks anywhere in every country of the world. The 'Coca-Cola' brand has been adopted the strategy of global marketing. They are considering the whole world as single market place and uniform marketing strategy was being used Coca-cola for many years, but now the trend is changing and different marketing campaigns are being designed for different regions of the world. . Business decisions are made on a domestic basis to fit in with the culture and needs of the domestic community. In 1919 Coca-Cola decided it was time to go global. The Coca-Cola Company decided to take its operations beyond national boundaries and marketing research was started in central America, china and many other countries of the world. Because of successful and efficient marketing research Coca-cola was able to produce globally in different regions of the world. Coca-cola has got such an intensive distribution and bottlers system that its products are available everywhere in the world, starting from Middle East to Australia. You can find coca cola product on every retail outlet There are many reasons why company decided to sell its product in international market. The prospect exists to sell 'Coca-Cola' worldwide, because 'Coca-Cola' is a product which can be used by everyone irrespective of age and gender, all over the world. Marketing globally demand the company to have a marketing team in line with a country's consumers so effective sales can be made and good relations with the abroad key employees can be maintained. If we look on advertising perspective of Coca-cola, advertising has created a demand for 'Coca-Cola' worldwide. However, advertising has to be in line with...
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