International Business Strategy


Please see uploaded instructions. The case study has been uploaded. I have provided specific instructions to follow and hence I want you to follow it strictly. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The book that I have provided access to MUST be used. The frameworks/concepts as asked for each question MUST be used. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I have paid for more than 3000 words. The assignment is 3000 words but since you need to make detailed tables, I paid for extra pages. Hence, please provide me with a complete paper meeting all the requirements that I have asked for. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I have also uploaded a Guide to finding articles for you to use while looking for journals. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Please use British English Spellings and Harvard Referencing System


Life cycle.Mobile phones also referred to as wireless handsets, have been around for the last 40 years. In the four decades, they have undergone complete metamorphosis from the huge handsets with limited capability to the modern smartphones with unlimited capabilities (Cantu, 2016). The world’s first mobile phone hit the market on April 3, 1973. An engineer at Motorola, Martin Cooper, made the first call speaking through a mobile phone (Goodwin, 2016).  The phone that Cooper used weighed about 1.1kig and was measuring 228.6x127x44.4mm in dimensions. The phone also took about 60 hours to fully charge and had only 30 minutes talk-time with that charge. The first commercial mobile phone was released by Motorola in 1983, Motorola DynaTAC 8000X. It had only 30 minutes talk-time, with six hours standby time, and has a memory for storing only 30 phone contacts. The cost was a staggering £2639 (Goodwin, 2016). Therefore, the first mobile phones were expensive but had low performance and capacity.  They are regarded as the First Generation (1G) phones.