Business Internationalization




DishNetworkis an organization aiming to establish in Cuba. The groupplans to spread its services to the country to offer the citizenswith networking solutions. As a stable business, it is required ofthe institution to carry out an instructional analysis of the stateto determine whether their actions will be sufficient in addressingthe different projections that have beencreated.Therefore, through analyzing the business environment inthe country, the companywill establish a system, which atthis momentcan easily auger well with the environment to ensure that there is ageneration of practicalactions. These initiatives drive the company towards the generationof profits for the entire society. Nonetheless, through theseexternal factors, the company will know how to operate inthe new environment and also generate its profits through differentactions. Therefore, the business stands to have a greater inclinationtowards aneffectiveaction when there is an acceptable environment for it to carry outits activities.Thus, with the contingencies that are in plan forthe company, it is easier toconductthe business and generate profits as earlier on established.


Cubais a politically stable country that is run by a president. Thecountry isledby the president who has assistance from cabinet ministers andadvisers. The country is notably famous for its socialist system. Themodel takes care of the interests of its citizens in the relevantexample.Through the actions of the politicians in the country, it is eveneasier to carry out certain activitiesas they amount to an appreciation from the authorities (Doma&amp Dominquez, 2014).Therefore, investing in the country will be an instrumentalachievement for the company as it will make it easier to transactvarious activities in the right manner.


TheCuban economy over the recent years does not perform well in thevarious initiatives that it has to carry out. The economy of thecountry is affected by the different reforms and the repressivepolitical system it establishes. Despite numerous reforms in thecountry, there are no changes in the industries as there isa high percentage of state-ownedcompanies than the private sector. Corruption,on the other hand,remainsa top factor that haunts the economy of Cuba (Bunck,2010).Most of the citizens in the country preferthemselves as the jobs provided in the country belong to thepolitical elite and people of the relevant economic classes. Theeconomy continues to suffer from the embargoes setto it by the United States. However, the Cuban economy exhibits agrowth rate which is slow but steady in helping expand the economy ofthe country. While the economy presents a weakness to the company,the provided growth rate and a high number of privateemployments will favor the actions of the enterprise.


Thecountry has astrictlegal system which ensures that its laws and regulations are keenlyfollowed (Bunck,2010).Despite being a stern country, it allowsfor investment from, foreign institutions which abide by itsconsiderations as well as subscribe to the international law. Thelegal entities are lenient to the international institutionsas they provide different coaching on how to approach issues fromvarious angles (Doma&amp Dominquez, 2014).The legal system of Cuba thereforeallows for the investment of the company and the transaction ofvarious activities which would be beneficial to the entire company.Therefore, the organization can invest in Cuba.


Cubahas arealcultural system. Thestructure isdue to the promotion of its culture and ethics by the centralgovernment (Martínez-Fernández,2014).There is an establishment of considerations that those who are in thecultural realm of the country should follow. For an organization tobecome profitable and appeal to the people, they should involve theintegration of instrumental cultural ethics that also look into howthe company should run efficiently.The business should heed to the different religious denominations inthe country as well as carry out culturally ethical values. Theemployees of the country are hardworking and will abide by thecompany. Working in the country is not hectic since the employeesbelieve in a communist system (Frank, 2011). The communist regimewill enhance the achievement of collective goals andresponsibilities. Through these, the company will beassuredof high profits and maximum performance at its stages. Thus, thecultural considerations of the country are instructional in drivingsuccess for the investment in Cuba.


Cubais a country of innovative organizations. However, the technologicalfield isnot well invested.The company will carry out different activities to ensure that thereare activities which suit their actions. Throughoutthe professionalindustry, fewbusinesses offerquality services (Brundenius,2014).Moreover, the consumers of the country are mostly consumer driven.Therefore,there is a minimal chance of competition for the product that thecompany offers. The competitionis rooted out by the creation of Dish Networks,which offers quality and a suitable pricing. The increase ofindustries in the area has also increased the demand forthe goods for the company. Themove enablesthe organization to stand a chance of greater profitability in itsactions.


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