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Factors Analyzing Opportunities
Political & Legal Factors
Social & Cultural Factors
Physical & Geographical Factors
Market Entry Strategy
The following report contains the research and recommendations necessary to conduct business in Zagreb, Croatia. Gabim & Vackss is a manufacturing company that specializes in producing energy efficient machines. We are proposing a factory with a new mission to reduce environmental waste and pollution in Croatia by producing energy efficient machines and becoming a role model to others in the industry.
In analyzing Croatia, we researched the economic, political and legal, social and cultural, and physical and geographical factors in order to develop and maintain a successful business venture. Following the factors that have been researched are the recommendations to help justify our idea of becoming an international company. We addressed key marketing
How are sustainability practices being implemented by the government and the citizens of the regions you have mentioned?
“I know recycling is starting to pick up. There is a company that’s starting to recycle old batteries from cars, which is great because no acid gets into the earth and polluting it further. European Union is pushing the policies of sustainability, especially to Croatia, if they want to join the union. The government is starting to implement recycling policies more and more. I know the younger generation is really picking up that trend and started to separate the glass, metal, and paper into separate recycling bins. “
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