"Alibaba" Essays and Research Papers

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    United international college | Alibaba Group | Business Report and Event Evaluate | | Group A | 0930600165 Lancer 赵瑞晗 | 1030600069 Jason 梁颖1030600076 Myann 林跃1031300033 Su 罗瑶1030600140 Melody 吴晓彤1030600142 Echo 吴卓玥 | 2012/10/23 | Business Communication group Project | Content Section A: Alibaba 3 A. Introduction 3 B. Brief history of Company Development 4 1. Establishing group period: 1998 – 1999 4 2. Forming diversification period: 2000-2003 4 3. Forming group

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    Case Study | Alibaba Group “ 5 Application Delivery Networking solutions enabled us to build F globalized data centers that are secure‚ reliable‚ and fast.” Wang Zhilei‚ Operations Director‚ Alibaba B2B Overview Alibaba Builds a Secure‚ Reliable‚ and Fast Data Center Using F5 Application Delivery Networking Products Global e-commerce leader Alibaba Group is the largest e-commerce company in China. The company plans to expand its operations significantly‚ and needed to support several

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    ALI FARHOOMAND rP os t HKU776 ALIBABA.COM op yo China is a place where miracles are made. - Jack Ma‚ founder and chairman of Alibaba Group1 tC On 6 November 2007‚ Alibaba.com debuted on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange‚ raising US$1.5 billion to become the world’s biggest internet offering since Google’s initial public offering (“IPO”) in 2004. A frenzied purchase of the stock pushed prices up by 193% on the first trading day‚ making it the fourth-largest first-day gain in Hong Kong’s stock exchange

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    Alibaba had several Internet businesses focused on various e-commerce business models. Being one of the first companies to enter the Chinese Internet industry‚ Alibaba played a major role in bringing about an Internet revolution in China. It was launched with the vision of serving the small and medium enterprises in China and across the world. Alibaba also participate in search engine market and social-networking product. Jack Ma is founder of Alibaba. In 1995‚ he went to America and it was then

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    ICMR Case Collection Icfai Center for Management Research Alibaba: Competing in China & Beyond BSTR288-Teaching Note 2008The Icfai Center for Management Research. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced‚ stored in a retrieval system‚ used in a spreadsheet‚ or transmitted in any form or by any means- electronic or mechanical‚ without permission. To order copies‚ call 0091-40-2343-0462/63 or write to Icfai Center for Management Research‚ Plot # 49‚ Nagarjuna Hills

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    Welcome to Alibaba.com! Presented by; Ronak Vijayvergia Sanjay Kumar Sahoo Sadu chaitanya Reddy Siba Vinith Alibaba.com Introduction Traditional Sourcing Lifecycle Search/ Discovery Evaluate Negotiate Transact Average sourcing cycle: 3.3 – 4.2 months 52% of time spent searching for/identifying appropriate suppliers 20% of time spent on screening/sorting proposals 18% of time spent on RFQ development/ RFQ response 10% of time spent on contract negotiations

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    1. How does Alibaba create a competitive advantage?  Is this advantage sustainable? a) Alibaba hoped to pool enough stable transaction volume to negotiate bulk discounts from service providers and capture part of that discount for itself. As Ma put it‚ “If one million users are transacting daily‚ Citibank and UPS will come to me. We can offer a discount to customers in exchange for a commission. b) It also helped that Alibaba Group offered a host of services promoting online trade including:

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    Background 2. Business Model 3. Five Forces Analysis 4. The Financial Analysis 5. SWOT Analysis 6. Conclusion 1. Background Alibaba Group(Chinese: 阿里巴巴)has operated in Hangzhou which is a e-commerce and e-auction company and specializing in global trading. It was founded in 1999 by Ma Yun operates total six e-commerce sub-companies. Alibaba Group operate different aspects of trading tomakes it easy for anyone to buy or sell online anywhere in the world. Sub-companies which included:

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    2014). Alibaba‚ the miracle creator‚ used only 15-year’s development to take the seat in the Wall Street and build an e-commercial empire. The NYSE’s IPO is the signal to tell global investors and competitors that Alibaba is ready to join the global market competition. For Alibaba‚ going global means new frontier‚ however‚ the new frontier could be either a barren cliff or cornucopian grassland. In this essay‚ we will mainly discuss that why Alibaba want to expand global markets‚ and how Alibaba is going

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    that these brands just did not understand the Chinese consumer. Chinese culture is very different than‚ than American’s in this case. The‚ consumer’s expectations and needs are different too. While eBay didn’t want or think to adapt its strategy‚ Alibaba perfectly adapted to the local culture. By looking at the Tobago website you can tell that‚ it is a Chinese platform. To compete with eBay‚ Jack Ma (Alibaba’s founder) has given a strong local identity to Taobao(website). First‚ every member of

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