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    Title: Analyzing e-commerce strategy in fashion industry : a competitive dynamics perspective
    Other Titles: 以動態競爭觀點分析時尚產業之電子商務策略
    Authors: 沈欣池;Shen, Xinchi
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際企業學系碩士班
    Keywords: 時尚產業;電子商務;行動商務;動態競爭;Fashion industry;e-commerce;M-commerce;Competitive Dynamics
    Date: 2016
    Abstract: 近年來,電子商務特別是行動商務正在人們的日常生活中扮演愈來愈重要的角色。其中,又以時尚產業的表現尤為突出,成為電子商務的領頭行業。因此,本論文通過對Zara和H&M兩大產業巨頭的個案分析,以動態競爭的觀點研究時尚產業公司之電子商務與行動商務策略。
    論文首先利用 MC-RS 模型選擇兩家在電子商務方面實力最相當的公司,進而通過AMC 模型比較分析兩家公司的幾次重要的電子或行動商務決策,希望以此了解他們彼此間的競爭趨勢以及行動或回應背後的原因。
    This paper examines fashion companies’ e-commerce and m-commerce strategy by conducting a case study of Zara and H&M in a competitive dynamics perspective. We select sample for the case study by using the MC-RS model and then develop a comparative analysis with the AMC model.
    Through our study, we identify the factors that fashion companies take into account before making digital moves and we discover how industry leaders and followers act differently in the domain of e-commerce and m-commerce. We conclude that in the digital competition, while fashion companies consider similar factors, they take different approaches in their actions and reactions.
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