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    Title: 社交娛樂平台的國際化優勢與進入策略:以A直播平台為例
    Internationalization Advantages and Entry Strategies of Social Entertainment Platforms:Case Study of Live Streaming Platform A
    Authors: 陳韋傑
    Chen, Wei-Chieh
    Contributors: 譚丹琪
    Chen, Wei-Chieh
    Keywords: 直播平台
    Live Streaming Platform
    Internationalization Strategy
    Market Entry
    Global Market
    Competitive Advantage
    Case Study
    Date: 2023
    Issue Date: 2024-02-01 11:35:05 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究以台灣本土起家的 A 直播平台為例,探討社交娛樂平台的國際化優
    A 直播平台自 2014 年在台灣創立,初期雖受限於市場規模,但隨著初期進軍中國大陸市場,呈現出巨大的成長潛力。然而,進入新市場並非一帆風順,A直播平台在這過程中遭遇了多項挑戰,包括技術、資金,以及對新市場的理解和適應。最終,則透過與國際策略夥伴的合作,重新站穩腳步並適應新市場,成功打造一個國際品牌。
    本研究發現,成功的國際化策略需涵蓋以下幾個關鍵元素:1) 彈性的商業
    模式,能夠根據不同市場進行調整;2) 持續創新的技術能力,確保平台系統的穩定性和用戶體驗;3) 強大的資金支持,為企業的全球擴張提供足夠的資源;4) 具有全球視野的領導者,能夠瞭解並適應當地商業環境。
    This research focuses on the internationalization advantages and entry strategies of social entertainment platforms, taking the Taiwan-originated Live Streaming Platform A as a case study. Through comprehensive case studies and interview analyses, the impacts of global markets on the live streaming industry are explored, and key factors for successful expansion into new markets are identified.
    Live Streaming Platform A initially encountered constraints due to market size.
    However, with its early venture into the Chinese market, it manifested significant growth potential. Yet, entry into the new market was not without hurdles; Platform A faced numerous challenges, including technological issues, funding, and comprehension and adaptation to the new market. Eventually, through collaboration with international strategic partners, the platform reestablished its footing, adapted to the new market, and successfully evolved into an international brand.
    This study indicates that a triumphant internationalization strategy should incorporate several critical elements: 1) a flexible business model adjustable to different markets; 2) sustained innovative technical capabilities to guarantee system stability and superior user experience; 3) robust financial support to supply ample resources for global expansion; 4) visionary leaders who can comprehend and adapt to local business environments.
    However, successful internationalization requires more than just strategic planning; it also necessitates in-depth understanding and concrete actions in each market. Companies must build substantial competitive advantages in new markets and ensure their continued development in the global market through technological innovation, securing funding, and deep understanding and adaptation to new markets. By gaining a
    thorough understanding of the challenges faced and effective strategies employed during the internationalization process of social entertainment platforms, this study hopes to offer valuable insights and guidance for platform businesses entering new markets.
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    Data Type: thesis
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