Transcript: COMPANY PROFILE COMPANY PROFILE COMPETITORS COMPETITORS FEATURES FEATURES QUALITIES QUALITIES CASE CASE Samsung Galaxy Note 7 world failure COMMUNICATION COMMUNICATION 31 Aug 2016 1995 12 Sep 2016 10 Oct 2016 2015 2013 2016 2018 2025 2005 First recall Second recall Initial reports COMMUNICATION DETAILS DETAILS INCIDENTS INCIDENTS OUR CUSTOMERS OUR CUSTOMERS c CUSTOMERS CUSTOMERS TESTIMONIALS MARKET TRENDS MARKET TRENDS DATA # of shares DATA Per month (2016) WE ARE ON THE RISE COUNTRY NAME COUNTRY NAME ALL OVER THE WORLD
Transcript: Values and Vision Present in 6 out of 7 continents Australia: Home appliances, Phones, TV's, computers, storage devices, Samsung Pay Spain:Home appliances, Phones, TV's, computers, storage devices, Samsung Pay Singapore: Phones, TV's, computers, storage devices, Samsung Pay Basic Information Questions? Biggest global mobile phone brand 24.5% of the market More employees than Microsoft, Google, & Apple combined 319,000 employees Strong relationship with US and European retailers Structure Corporation and Conglomerate structure Publicly traded company Board of Directors and Shareholders SWOT Analysis Samsung pay is a way of paying with your Samsung device Now present in South Korea, US, China, Spain Australia, Singapore, Puerto Rico, and Brazil Goal is to be a leading innovator in mobile commerce $161.6 billion company with $177 billion in annual sales Leading smartphone vendor (Galaxy S7) Market Share of approximately 25% Cultural Can't compete with iPhones Apple has 43.6% of smartphone sales in the U.S. Products are not user-friendly Perception that Android is inferior to iPhones Marketing Strategy Manufacturer Different Markets Samsung "The Chant" Commercial Fun Facts STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES Present Business Model Samsung Smart Home Commercial "At Samsung, we believe it's our responsibility to do business in a way that enriches our planet." Eco-friendly products and recycling conscious of product design, manufacturing processes, and chemical management Samsung was founded in 1938 in Taegu, Korea They started out as a small export business They specialize in digital appliances and media, semiconductors, memory, and system integration Financials Environmental Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats Growing market for electronics New technology is wanted in all branches of Samsung Possibility for smart home involvement Legal Samsung Pay Challenges and Advantages Vertical integration and product volume Present in multiple markets A lot of money is spent on research and development and capital expenditures previously had "military-style" culture encourage "open dialogue" in the work place goal: discussions between heads and employees hard to transform with 300,000 employees Samsung is involved with Sydney Olympic Park Ellen DeGeneres's selfie with a Galaxy phone brought in $3 mil. in sales. Apple is a main client of Samsung (memory cards) Apple and other electronic companies Huawei, Xiaomi Declining middle class could affect market Lawsuits on patent infringements Huawei suing for 4 patent infringements THREATS OPPORTUNITIES
Transcript: Samsung Business Review By Michael Zavala Samsung was founded in 1938 as a trading company. Samsung entered the electronics industry in the late 1960s Brief History Of Samsung Brief History Of Samsung In Depth Detail In Depth Detail Products Samsung has many products but they most produce idem that are eletronic related like cell phones, T.V.s and more Kwon Oh-hyun is the current Vice Chairman and CEO of Samsung Electronics. Current CEO Current CEO Somethings that samsung repets in there ads are the uses of bright color the camera and the screen. Advertisements Advertisements Smasungs Stock Symbol is SSNLF The value of a share is around 2,500 Stock Stock Why I picked Samsung? Why I chose this company I really don't know why I chose samsung I just wanted to pick a company that was easy for me to do . Something intresting that I learned from my research is that it was founded in 1938 as a trading company .
Transcript: 2012: $18 Billion is the highest profit for Samsung ever. They set a record for quarterly income this recent 4th quarter Strengths:Robust top line growth, strong market position, Diverse business potential Weaknesses:Fluctuating operating and net profits Opportunities:Growing Indian Market, Increase mobile phone sales Threats: Increasing raw material prices, Market decline Samsung SWOT Company History 1930-1980 Seoul, South Korea 75 Years of service 344,000 Employees Samsung Key People 1930's-Founded on March 1,1938 1970's-Laid strategic foundations for the future 1980's-Samsung's core technology businesses diversified and expanded globally Company History 1990-present Inspire the world CEO: Lee Kun-hee President: Dr. oh-Hyun Kwon Founder: Lee Byung-chull Headquarters, Locations Years in operation, Employees 1990's-Early 90's presented tremendous challenges for the high tech industry. In the mid 90's samsung became a global force by making world class products and providing customer satisfaction. The 2000's brought the digital age, Samsung has responded with advanced technology and constant innovation. International Business Revenue
Transcript: THANK YOU!!! 1959 - 1979 Invest in high-end products as per the general demand. Apple felt inferior to Samsung's brilliance. Samsung Electronics Samsung mobile phone statistics They became a global electronics industry. Approach towards Emerging Economies http://www.appliancemagazine.com/news.php?article=8710 Have a large influence globally. Sell various products across 72 different countries. Approach towards Developed Countries Samsung's next steps Focus on selling practical products. History In 2012 Samsung became the worlds largest mobile phone manufacturer. The Beginning Founded in 1938 by Lee Byung-Chull Samsung's Presence Around the World Samsung continue to lead global sales in the mobile phone industry with continuous research into new and innovative technology. Entered electronics in the late 1960's. http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/mar/31/apple-sues-samsung-for-2bn 1980-2000 Auon Haq Global Business Perspective In 1996 they opened a Facility in Austin Texas. In 2000 samsung opened an R&D lab in Warsaw, Poland. 1992 - Present People spend less on luxury items. 1938 - 1958 Causes Apple accuse Samsung of violating 6 of its patents. In August 2012 the Jury rule in Apple's favor. =_= Sell all kinds of products. Apple have has just announced that they will sue Samsung yet again. Apple sue Samsung Focus advertisement of high-end products. References Suppliers for Rolls Royce. The Samsung Logo Samsung have officially announced the release of the galaxy S5. Apple get ahead of themselves and try to ban sales of Samsung phones in the US, but fail horribly. Samsung invested heavily in R&D Advertisements for practical items such as refrigerators, Micro-waves and relatively low-end cell phones. Samsung's Market share in TV's Apple request $2.5 Billion in damages. 1980 - 1992 Samsung were required to pay $1.05 Billion. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samsung August 2012 Samsung sued by Apple for $1.05 Billion. Result http://www.forbes.com/sites/alexkonrad/2013/03/28/emerging-market-samsung/ By 1987 they had spread to 4 different countries. Reason for success: adapting to the demand in foreign market. High-end products are available for those interested, but the cost varies. Started as a small trading company in Seoul. The many faces of Samsung 2000-Present Facts about Samsung
Transcript: Faoutolo Poeda Lueceko Joachim CG1 Thank You! presentation samsung presentation identity description ressources success of samsung the company's success strategie strenght of the company strenghts weaknesses of the company
Transcript: What cultural groups has Samsung impacted on? facts on Samsung What is globalization? Samsung Is one of the world's largest companies. It was founded in Daegu, Korea in 1938. Samsung is made up of 80 different companies forming the Samsung Corporation. Samsung is made up of 80 different companies Samsung built the world's largest building, the Burj Khalifa The electronics division has 370 000 employees(Apple has 80 000) Will Jessup Samsung Presentation How does globalization effect me You cant say that globalization doesn't effect everyone because it does, this may be because of what you wear or the phone you have. It affects me in many ways the clothing that i wear are from large global companies, the phone i have is used all across the world and the music i listen to is from large global companies. Samsung is one of the worlds most powerful countries. It impacts cultural groups all over the world. The only groups that it would have not impacted on would be the remotest of community's who have no contact to the outside world. Globalization is when a company has influences on cultures and country eg clothing that a culture will ware. Who Are Samsung?
Transcript: DECREASE IN MARKET SHARE DUE TO ENTRANT OF CHINESE PRODUCERSIN MEMORY CHIPS TWO OPTIONS: JOINT VENTURE WITH CHINESE COMPANIES INVESTING IN CREATING HIGH END INNOVATIVE PRODUCTS RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT INNOVATION HIGH QUALITY PRODUCTS VERTICAL INTEGRATION PROS: SHARED COSTS DECREASE IN MANUFACTURING COSTS GAIN MARKET SHARE CONS LIMITED PROTECTION FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ELIMINATING INCENTIVE PROGRAMS HOW ARE WE DOING? 2004: LEADER OF MARKET 2005: CHINESE COMPANIES ENTER MARKET WITH AGGRESSIVE COST LEADER STRATEGY Samsung Presentation Team 3 WHAT IS THE PROBLEM? PROS: CREATING SUSTAINABLE COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE DEVELOPING UNIQUE PRODUCTS OPTION 2: INNOVATION CORE COMPETENCIES WHAT IS OUR SOLUTION? OPTION 1: JOINT VENTURE
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