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Introduction This paper analyses the case of Luxottica's internationalisatoin and globalisation strategy. It delves into the various elements of the company's growth and expansion since the 1970s to present. It views various components of international management, international marketing and growth on the global scale.
After the general strategies are viewed, the paper will examine the elements of the gradualist approach used by the company in its globalisation strategy. It will examine the competitive strengths of Luxottica. This will be followed by a critical view of the distribution strategy used by the company to capture the markets in the various countries it operates within. International Corporate Strategy Corporate strategy refers to the long term, company wide plans instituted and implemented by top level management (Johnson, Scholes & Whittington 4). Luxottica began in 1961 as a small obscure Italian optical manufacturer. It was originally set up to provide spectacles for the local markets and this was the main strategy employed in the first first decade of operations. Within this time period, the strategy was focused on establishment of the brand in Italy. This means that the owners just sought to provide for the local customer base in the home country. Within the first decade, the company grew sufficient competency and skills in the manufacture of spectacles. Whilst the competencies increased, the brand became admirable overseas. In 1971, the company made major contacts outside Italy and began to export. This strategy was simply based on the production for a larger customer base who dwelt outside Italy. ...
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