Trabajando en la Redefinición del Marketing Internacional

Over the past couple of days there have been various posts on Professor Michael Czinkota’s editorial article, “Marketing Internacional Curativo: Nuevo Enfoque en el Campo”. The importance of International Marketing has been discussed both as an aspect of international business and as an academic field. There are clear benefits to international marketing (third installment), but there are also areas that could use improvement (fourth installment.

There are also four different approaches that are presented in order to demonstrate the various ways of working within the new definition of international marketing. They include The Context on the Field – El Contexto en el Campo, The World and its Problems – Verificar la Realidad: Observen el Mundo y sus Problemas, Integration and Proximity – Integración y Proximidad, and Doing the Right Thing and Correctly – Hacer Cosas Correctamente y Hacerlo Correcto.

Professor Michael Czinkota’s conclusion on working with the new definition of international marketing from his editorial, “Marketing Internacional Curativo: Nuevo Enfoque en el Campo”, is available here.

 

To access the previous installments of “Marketing Internacional Curativo: Nuevo Enfoque en el Campo”, navigate through the following links:
1. ¡Marketing Internacional y Su Importancia!

2. ¡Marketing Internacional! – ¿Cuales Son Los Beneficios?

3. ¡Estudios Académicos Sobre Marketing Internacional! ¿Por Qué Es Importante?

4. ¿Qué Pueden Hacer Actualmente los Profesionales de Marketing Para Reanimar el Área y Para Volver a Asumir un Rol de Liderazgo en Nuestro Futuro?

5 thoughts on “Trabajando en la Redefinición del Marketing Internacional

  1. Solid, well-researched content. I just forwarded this on 10/12/2016 to a coworker who’s been doing a little research of her own on this subject. To say thank you, she just bought me lunch! So, let me express my gratitude by saying: Thank you for the drink!

  2. Excellent read. I just now forwarded this on 10/9/2016 to a fellow student who’s been involved in some work of his own on this topic. To say thank you, they just bought me a drink! So, I guess I should say: Cheers for the drink!

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