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Integration Strategy
azeem, Student (MBA), Pakistan, Member
Here's my summary of integration strategies: 1. : 1A. Forward (Vertical) integration: = Seeking ownership or increased control over distributors or retailers. Forward integration involves gaining ownership or increased control over distributors or retailers. You can gain ownership or control over the distributors or retailers using forward integration. 1B. Backward (Vertical) Integration: = Seeking ownership or increased control over a firmís suppliers. Both manufacturers and retailers purchase needed materials from suppliers. Backward integration is a strategy of seeking ownership or increased control of a firm's suppliers. This strategy can be especially appropriate when a firm's current suppliers are unreliable, too costly, or cannot meet the firm's needs. 2. : = Seeking ownership or increased control over a firm's competitors. Horizontal integration refers to a strategy of seeking ownership of or increased control over a firm's competitors. One of the most significant tr (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Is There a Third Dimension?
David Wilson, Manager, Canada, Premium Member
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  3. Orthogonal Integration
Leonard Caillouet
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  Strategies beyond Competition
srinivas, Lecturer, India, Member
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  Vertical and Horizontal Integration are the Main 2
Ajaya Shankar Gupta Ainapur, Management Consultant, India, Member
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  FMCG Multinationals are Practicing Horizontal Integration
Murtaza Syed, Consultant, Pakistan, Member
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  Only 2 Dimensions in Strategic Integration
Onyango Lucius, Events Marketer, Uganda, Member
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  Focus Strategy on Own Firm's Strategy or Think Beyond that?
Adonis, Business Consultant, France, Member
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  Horizontal Integration Tends to Monopolizing
Walter Berns, Strategy Consultant, United States, Member
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  Integration Strategies Reaction to External Enviroment
James Mudzikitiri, Business Consultant, Zimbabwe, Member
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  The Third Dimension
Jay Lo, Partner, Taiwan, Member
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  Example of Diagonal Integration
faisal, Manager, Pakistan, Member
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  Integrating All Activities in the Strategy
Sandhya.R, Professor, India, Member
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  Horizontal and Vertical Integration
Tom Wilson, HR Consultant, United States, Member
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  Flexible Integration Strategies
eduardo oliva, Professor, Mexico, Member
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Vertical Integration
Summary
Forum
🔥Food Security in Food Distribution
Flexible Integration Strategy
Captive Distribution
Best Practices
Integration Strategy
🥈Examples and Case Studies of Vertical Integration
🥉Symbiotic Resource Interdependencies
(Legal) Limits to Vertical Integration
Orthogonal Integration
Vertical Integration Cum Diversification
Advantages of Vertical Integration
Disadvantages of Vertical Integration
Alternatives of Vertical Integration?
Quasi Vertical Integration


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