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    题名: Building Global Brands for Chinese Private-Owned Enterprises: Strategic Paths to Upgrade the Value Chain
    作者: NO, SUYEON
    KWAK, JOOYOUNG
    贡献者: Issues & Studies
    关键词: Global own branding;subcontracting;internationalization;China;private-owned enterprises
    日期: 2018-06
    上传时间: 2019-04-02 09:33:27 (UTC+8)
    摘要: While most private-owned enterprises (POEs) in China are engaged in subcontracting or do not own the product brands, the number of POEs with their own brands has increased rapidly, while some are even globally recognized. Since these POEs face high opportunity costs for own branding, given their dominant presence in the global subcontracting community, their own branding actions require contextual understanding of doing business in China. This study starts with the notion of how these POEs shift from subcontracting to own branding, and explores their respective own branding paths. We interviewed seven Chinese POEs in the fashion industry in Zhejiang Province: Babei, Baili, Sunrise, Aokang, Youngor, Kangnai, and JNBY. The case studies suggest how these firms built their brands in the global market, and why their trajectories differentiated in the course of own branding. Our study configures three types of own brand models for POEs: the competitive subcontracting, the toehold, and the home-linked organic models. POEs can continue subcontracting in their core business, while implementing own branding through diversification. Alternatively, they can segregate markets, pursuing own branding in one group of countries, while subcontracting elsewhere. In addition, they may establish wholly owned enterprises, and introduce their brands in a way that preserves their home market advantages. We identify two stimuli for Chinese POEs' global branding choices. Global branding strengthens domestic position as it becomes a signal for reputation. As the online platform reduces costs for global branding, and becomes popular, POEs are more likely to pursue global branding to become more competitive in the domestic market. Many POEs also continue to collaborate with the previous customers through strategic inter-dependence, such as distribution channel exchange.
    關聯: Issues & Studies, 54(2), 1850003
    数据类型: article
    DOI 連結: https://doi.org/10.1142/S1013251118500030
    DOI: 10.1142/S1013251118500030
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