July 10, 2020
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⟶ Updated 24 Dec 2017 ⟶
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Watched Youtube -Youtube uses ads to create revenue -Advertisements are in different languages depending on where in the world someone is watching
Ordered a phone case on Amazon -Amazon has taken over many other vendors because they are able to ship their products anywhere in the world -Vendors deliver their products from foreign countries, which can lower the price
Listened to music on Spotify -Spotify has made an effort to market their products to several different countries, and they are trying to make music streaming the norm around the world.
Used Snapchat -Snapchat allows users to communicate quickly and efficiently, no matter where they are in the world. -Social media has lowered how many people use paper mail drastically, as social media is much more efficient
Purchased a Nestle chocolate bar -Nestle has their headquarters in Switzerland, but sell their products around the world as an effect of globalization
Drove in Hyundai Sonata -Hyundai has a factory in South Korea where they manufacture cars, which is an effect of globalization
Purchased a pair of timberland boots. -Timberland manufactures their boots in the Dominican Republic which allows Timberland to produce their product at a cheaper price -Affects me, the consumer, because the price is lower for me if the manufacturing cost is lower.
Purchased a shirt from H&M -Most of their clothes are made in Bangladesh, which allows them to produce/sell their clothes at a cheaper price
Bought a bottle of coke -Coca-cola sells their products around the world, adjusting to markets as they see fit (changing the language used for their logo in a different country, for example)
Watched Netlfix -Netflix has made a strong effort to become a global company -This is seen in their content (Narcos is 80% spanish dialogue) -Gives them an appeal over cable network providers
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