Nike nowadays is one of the most popular and largest multinational companies in the world. It is considered as the market leader in the making of sports clothing and equipment. The company is headquartered in Beaverton Oregon in the Portland, metropolitan area United States of America. The company was originally named as Blue Ribbon Sports it was founded by Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman in 1964. Nike opened its first retail shop in Santa Monica California in 1971 a few years later they changed their name from Blue Ribbon Sports to Nike. That's when the tick or swoosh logo was created by Carolyn Davidson which represented the wing in the famous statue of the Greek goddess of victory. Moreover, Nike currently has more than seven hundred shops around the world and most of the factories that Nike's own are located in East Asia including China, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, India, Philippines, Malaysia, and Taiwan because of their cheap labor. Adding to this as the largest manufacturer of sportswear and gear it surely has a wide range of sports equipment they involve in designing developing in worldwide marketing of footwear equipment apparel and accessories. The products that they produce for sports apparels shoes equipment and accessories are for the sports listed below Athleticism, Football, American football, Basketball, Rugby, volleyball, Handball, Hockey, Cricket, Tennis, Squash, Badminton, Tennis table, Swimming, Boxing, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Muay Thai, Karate, Taekwondo, golf and many more for both genders and kids.
Introduction. Imperial Brands is an FTSE 100 company that is built around having a comprehensive tobacco portfolio, that includes a range of cigarettes fine cut and smokeless tobacco papers and cigars. Imperial brands are sold in 160 markets worldwide including the USA. Imperial is involved in many global transactions and in doing so they must understand the many universal laws with which Imperial should comply with, in particular, those relating to contract and agency law, Within the EU there are many measures relating to consumer law but there is still no law shared by all member states in relation to the sale of goods. Key elements of contract and agency law when forming international contracts. A contract is either a written or spoken agreement between two or more parties. Contract formation requires the following three essential elements. Offer. This is where one of the parties clearly states that they will offer to do something. Acceptance. This where either party accepts all the terms and conditions of the proposal as they are proposed in the contract. Consideration.