Marketing Plan for Nokia Mobile Phones
Nokia started in 1865, when a mining engineer built a wood-pulp mill in southern Finland to manufacture paper. Over the next century, the company diversified into industries ranging from paper to chemicals and rubber. In the 1960s, Nokia ventured into telecommunications by developing a digital telephone exchange switch. In the 1980s, Nokia developed the first "transportable" car mobile phone and the first "hand portable" one. During the early 1990s, Nokia divested all of its non-telecommunications operations to focus on its telecommunications and mobile handset businesses.
Today, Nokia is the world leader in mobile communications. The company generates sales of more than $27 billion in a total of 130 countries and employs more than 60,000 people. Its simple mission: to "connect people."
Nokia is currently the largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world. With sales of $27 bn in 2000, it has about twice the market share of its closest rival, Motorola.. A world leader in mobile communications, Nokia has established itself as the leading preferred brand in many markets where it is present in Asia Pacific. Backed by its experience, innovation, user-friendliness and secure solutions, Nokia is the world's leading supplier of mobile phones, fixed, mobile and IP networks Backed by its experience, innovation, user-friendliness and secure solutions, Nokia is the world's leading supplier of mobile phones, fixed, mobile and IP networks.
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