GOLF PRO SOLUTIONS: EXPLORING INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN SONORA MEXICO
AuthorFrancis, Jahron David
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThe focus of my thesis is on exploring manufacturing opportunities in Mexico that can be used to benefit Golf Pro Solution. The research for this project was conducted throughout my senior year in the McGuire New Venture Entrepreneurship Program and culminated with a trip to Sonora Mexico. The Initial steps in my thesis required gathering information. This information was gathered in numerous ways including: online research, in class lectures, and field research from our trip to Hermosillo and San Carlos, Mexico. The online research I conducted revolved around the cultural norms and traditions in Mexico. While in Mexico conducting my field research, I was able to examine, and experience first had some of the differences in Mexican culture. Resource was also conducted on manufacturing in Mexico. Advantages were examined with respects to the benefits for Golf Pro Solutions. My thesis also includes information obtained through lectures throughout the semester. These lectures consisted of guest speakers (three in total) whom came to our class to discuss doing business in Mexico. Justin Dutram, Consul General Virginia Stabb, and Laura Provencher. Each of these speakers provided their own unique experience and expertise on the topic of “Doing Business in Sonora”.
Degree ProgramHonors College