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Jaguar Land Rover is back on track - Telegraph

Jaguar Land Rover is back on track - Telegraph | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
When Tata, the Indian company known for the world’s cheapest car, took over British luxury brand Jaguar Land Rover, concern spread. However, profit and sales are up by a quarter.

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jack egar's curator insight, January 24, 2013 9:36 AM

This article is about land rovers recent porformance, profits have risen after the Tata take over.

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Changing the culture at Jaguar - Jaguar | Jaguar case studies and information | The Times 100

Changing the culture at Jaguar - Jaguar | Jaguar case studies and information | The Times 100 | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it

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Mr.MacGregor's curator insight, February 26, 2013 5:58 AM

useful if you are doing Jaguar Land Rover

Daniel Higginson's curator insight, April 14, 2013 2:40 PM

culture change programme - creates empowerment, commitment

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Tesco, Wal-Mart Stumble in China as Shoppers Buy Local

Tesco, Wal-Mart Stumble in China as Shoppers Buy Local | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it

Tesco Plc this week is trying to lure Chinese shoppers with promotions on soy sauce, cooking oil and apples. Emily Zhang still won’t do much of her shopping there.


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Tesco China to start e-commerce in Shanghai - China Daily

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Tesco China to start e-commerce in Shanghai
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Tesco China announced on Wednesday that it will enter the e-commerce field with its business starting in Shanghai, yicai.com reported.

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Tesco Axes 50 Chief Employees to Turnaround Business - IBTimes.co.uk

Tesco Axes 50 Chief Employees to Turnaround Business - IBTimes.co.uk | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
IBTimes.co.uk Tesco Axes 50 Chief Employees to Turnaround Business IBTimes.co.uk According to several media reports, Roger Fogg, chief executive officer of Tesco Mobile and Ian Crook, marketing director for the supermarket's massive Clubcard...

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Armani partners with fashion bloggers for Instagram Ads

Armani partners with fashion bloggers for Instagram Ads | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it

Armani is targeting influential Instagram users for its latest campaign. The luxury brand is working with Chiara Ferragni, whose 1+ million followers make her one of the most influential fashion bloggers on Instagram, and a couple others (@galagonzalez and @fashionfoiegras so far) to create videos promoting its new perfume called Si by Armani. The viewers peek into the bloggers’ lives, and learn to say yes (Si) to dreams and to their world. 


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Howard Schultz’s Connection and Leadership

Howard Schultz’s Connection and Leadership | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
by Michael Lee Stallard A leader I know and much admire is Howard Behar, the former president of Starbucks North America and Starbucks International.   Howard tells about the time 14 years ago thi...
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Starbucks to slash paid lunch breaks and sick leave

Starbucks to slash paid lunch breaks and sick leave | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
Coffee chain sparks fresh concern over business practices amid fears low-paid staff will bear cost of potentially increased tax bill
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iPhone 5s maintains position as UK's most popular handset

iPhone 5s maintains position as UK's most popular handset | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
Apple devices make up half of the uSwitch.com Mobile Tracker for last month, with the Sony Xperia Z1 the only non-Apple and Samsung handset in the top 10 list

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John Rudkin's curator insight, December 2, 2013 12:47 PM

Fantastic news for Apple, and for users.....the choice is at last becoming based on experience.

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Apple Has A 75% Share Of Mobile Devices Used At Small And Medium-Sized Businesses

Apple Has A 75% Share Of Mobile Devices Used At Small And Medium-Sized Businesses | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
The next most popular device maker among small to medium-sized businesses, Samsung, holds just 12% of the market. ;

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John Rudkin's curator insight, December 16, 2013 4:24 PM

Quite staggering.  If this was MS (as was), no one would bat an eye lid.

The Digital Aviator's curator insight, December 17, 2013 8:10 AM

I wonder how the MS Surface will fare in the face of this, I refer of course to the use of the iPad on flight decks worldwide. Is it American Airlines who now use the Surface - it must be a lonely place to be... swimming against the tide. Increasingly iBooksAuthor is being used to generate training content, I wonder what MS use to create media rich learning environments?

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electronic production by gaz reynolds

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Electronic Production by Gaz Reynolds. Fandalism is a site for all the world's musicians.
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Foxconn building 500K iPhone 5s units for Apple per day with nonstop production lines

Foxconn building 500K iPhone 5s units for Apple per day with nonstop production lines | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
Foxconn building 500K iPhone 5s units for Apple per day with nonstop production lines http://t.co/wdEFjRKiMD #iPhone
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Ted Baker reports strong Q3 sales amid store expansion - Fibre2fashion.com

Ted Baker reports strong Q3 sales amid store expansion - Fibre2fashion.com | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
Ted Baker reports strong Q3 sales amid store expansion
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Driven by a robust store expansion drive and strong sales from the domestic and export markets, British designer clothing brand, Ted Baker Plc.
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Jaguar Land Rover: working culture & business overview: TARGETjobs

Find out more about Jaguar Land Rover working culture, company values, salaries and benefits. Visit targetjobs for more insights and graduate vacancies.

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Daniel Higginson's curator insight, April 14, 2013 2:24 PM

Higher managers work along side with staff collegues 

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World's Third Largest Retailer, Tesco Launches New Social ...

World's Third Largest Retailer, Tesco Launches New Social ... | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
In the PR blurb, Tesco director of digital and social Tom Daniell says: “This channel really puts customers in control – from determining the final price they pay, to telling us the products they'd like to see featured.” Now you ...

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Tesco Announces Goal to Reduce Food Waste Globally · Environmental Management & Energy News · Environmental Leader

Tesco Announces Goal to Reduce Food Waste Globally · Environmental Management & Energy News · Environmental Leader | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
Tesco plc has laid out new business strategies, ambitions and plans in three key areas, including a goal "to lead in reducing food waste globally." Around one third of the world’s food is never eaten but is rather thrown away or left to rot, Tesco...

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Tesco battles Barclaycard with zero interest for 27 months - Telegraph.co.uk

Tesco battles Barclaycard with zero interest for 27 months - Telegraph.co.uk | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
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Tesco battles Barclaycard with zero interest for 27 months
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David McCreadie, managing director of banking at Tesco Bank, said: “We aim to offer Tesco customers a choice of consistently competitive credit card options.

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After Giorgio Armani | Milan

After Giorgio Armani | Milan | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
The post After Giorgio Armani | Milan appeared first on Le 21ème.

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Starbucks to Open Another 1,500 Cafes in the U.S.

Starbucks to Open Another 1,500 Cafes in the U.S. | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
The expansion plan will increase the number of Starbucks cafes in the country by about 13 percent. Worldwide, the company says it will have more than 20,000 cafes by 2014, up from about 18,000.
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Starbucks Doing Worse Than Expected in Europe

Starbucks Doing Worse Than Expected in Europe | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
Starbucks said its business in Europe is struggling more than expected in the current quarter, due to broader economic challenges and store-management issues.
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Starbucks' European arm paid just $1.2m in taxes last year - Telegraph

Starbucks' European arm paid just $1.2m in taxes last year - Telegraph | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
Starbucks’ tax bills have come under further scrutiny after accounts showed its European business paid just $1.2m (£700,000) in taxes last year, despite claiming to have made $40m in profit.
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Apple's New iPads Are Dominating The Tablet Market In Japan -- AppAdvice

Apple's New iPads Are Dominating The Tablet Market In Japan -- AppAdvice | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
Apples iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display are doing particularly well in Japan.

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John Rudkin's curator insight, December 12, 2013 9:44 AM

Japan is iPad happy!

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Apple’s iPads Could Replace Paper Charts in U.K. Hospitals

Apple’s iPads Could Replace Paper Charts in U.K. Hospitals | BUSS4 China and UK International Markets | Scoop.it
Apple’s iPads may one day become a crucial component of the United Kingdom’s National Health Service.

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John Rudkin's curator insight, December 17, 2013 12:37 PM

The Medical fraternity in the UK have a long association with ICT, but not Apple.  The NHS is cost sensitive, but Doctors love the iPad because it is dependable. This move could be a massive gain for the platform.

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Customer Service Jobs - Jobs & Job Search | Employment and Careers |

Search Customer Service jobs and related careers at Jobs & Job Search | Employment and Careers |.
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Time to Get Tough With China? - Daily Beast

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Time to Get Tough With China?
Daily Beast
“We're being too soft on China”—such are the increasingly audible whispers of an ever mounting number of China's neighbors and U.S. foreign policy experts.
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Make sure you have the answers to the questions below:

 

To what extent do you agree that it is now too late for businesses outside China to take advantage of the best market opportunities in China?

Do you believe that setting up a joint venture is the best way to reduce the risks of doing business in China?

The external business environment facing multinationals wanting to succeed in China is no longer favourable. To what extent do you agree?

Does the growth of China’s middle class represent a threat or an opportunity for the world’s leading brands?

China presents the most important competitive threat rather than opportunity for global brands and multinationals. To what extent do you agree?

The failure of several global retailers to earn strong returns in China proves that the risks of investing in China now outweigh the potential rewards. To what extent do you agree?

Do rapidly rising wages and incomes in China represent an opportunity or threat for Western businesses wanting to succeed in China?

A strategy of diversification rather than market development is most likely to be effective for multinationals wanting to build market share in China. To what extent do you agree?

Business success in China can only be achieved over the long-term. Do you agree?

The significant ethical and environmental risks of operating on China now mean that global brands would be better moving their operations out of China to alternative locations. Do you agree?

 
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