Exports are key elements in the economy

Exports are a key element in the country's economic development and a strategy for using strategies in the country's cultural and social infrastructure. Export development and entry into the global markets and the maintenance of market stability are not feasible, except by establishing a stable and stable export strategy that is unchangeable. To all export organizations and commercial service organizations such as banks, insurance, transportation and so on. . . They will do their jobs well and in the community, cultural preparation will produce the best goods for export. Export Definition: Connecting and working with professional markets and professionals around the world Exports are the starting point for communicating with others. Exports are for the country's economic growth and development, which results in the sale of products or services to other countries in order to earn foreign exchange earnings, and helps in establishing a balance of trade and economic equilibrium. Export terms:     Mastering communication skills with humans and foreign groups     Purposeful work     Fighting in the field of competition     Persevering in exporting Principles and rules of export One of the rules of export is the recognition of the principles and rules of the professional and international markets. The market has three principles:     Nothing is fixed.     Nobody is perfect .     Nothing is absolute. Market professionals have five features:     Scientific, ethical, behavioral and export expertise     Commitment to Export     Belong to the export     Continuity in exports     Evolution in export Marketing principles are the same all over the world, but different environmental and cultural conditions. Therefore, in global marketing, the following points should be considered: 1- An attempt to distinguish the product and the company. 2. Flexible production instead of mass production. 3. Speed and innovation in providing better services and more. 4. Market orientation and attention to market needs and demands. 5. Trying to create more value added than other products of rivals. 6. Attention to organizationalism and convergence in the market. 7. Close and permanent communication with distributors and customers. 8. Attention to market research in different forms. 9. Targeted presence in exhibitions and targeted advertising. 10. Pay attention to pre-sale services, during sales and after sales. 11. Serious study on the productivity and quality management and international standards 12. Familiarity and use of modern sales techniques 13. Use the power of your public relations to connect with authorities and decision-makers and the cores of power 14. Sensitivity to environmental and external factors 15. Management and rapid response to competitors' performance Exports are a system with various components, and all components must work together to work well. The The role of export notification The most important feature of the information system is to identify and model everyone in the market, innovate and present a new model. An export notification system must have the following symbols.     Attention     Interests     Stretching and Gravity Creating (Desire)     Doing sales (action)     Satisfaction of the customer A person in the successful notification system learns to get everything that is necessary and to process well and to provide the applicants well. In the case of information, we can say that 20% of our information will have 80% of the role in our activities, and thus we have to get this 20% of the key information that includes competitor analysis, corporate analysis, environment analysis and analysis. And market analysis.     Competitor Analysis: 1. Identify the main competitors and their objectives and behavior in the market. 2 - The share of competitors in the market and their growth. 3 - Quality of service competitors in the market. 4 - Competitor market position. 5. Operate competitors in the market. 6. Resources and facilities of rivals in the market. B: Analysis of the company: 1 - Our goals and aspirations. 2 - How is our market share? 3 - How to grow in the market. 4. What is the quality of services in the market? 5 - What is the market position. 6. What are our resources and strategies in the market?     Environment Analysis: 1 - How is our relationship with the target country politically? 2. What is the economic structure of that country? 3. The culture and customs of the country are the target market. 4. What is the prevailing technology in the target country? 5. What are the laws and regulations governing that country? 6. What are the effects of the global environment on that market?     Market Analysis: 1. The size of the target market in terms of the amount of purchase and consumption of the desired product. 2. What is the growth of the target market? 3 - Demographic segments of the market in terms of supply and demand. 4 - Understanding buyer behavior and lifestyle of those in the community. 5. Understanding intermediaries in the market (commercial and export companies, etc.). 6 - Understanding the interests and satisfaction of customers.

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