Azza Fahmy Jewellery: International Expansion
(10 pages of text)
This is the third case in the Azza Fahmy series. This case and the three others in this series (9B13M097
) can be used together or on a standalone basis.
This case series features a female Egyptian entrepreneur who faces the challenge of developing her self-titled jewellery brand. This case describes some of the first steps of doing business internationally in the West. Lacking international experience, the entrepreneur seeks to minimize risk by entering into a strategic alliance with renowned fashion designers. They systematically help her to introduce her brand to the international market, albeit on a limited scale. After the initial success, she begins to plan a more structured approach towards internationalization. She decides to commission a thorough study of France, Spain and Turkey, as they are historically familiar with Arabic jewellery designs. Accordingly, the case identifies specific information about the three countries so that students can compare them in order to reach the best decision about structured international expansion.
- Learn how to evaluate expansion opportunities in different countries.
Egypt, Medium, 2010
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