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Methodology and Sample

Methodology and Sample The project was completed as a close cooperation of four research partners of whom two are located in China: msg systems ag, Technical University of Berlin, China Business Consulting Ltd. and i-Training Asia Ltd. Phase 1: Content Analysis and Literature Review The methodology used for this project consists of two phases. First, an analytical review of the literature was conveyed to provide the academic support for the research, pursuing an evidence-based approach. Second, the application of an interview divided into four different dimensions: service and quality, costs, strategy and type of company. These dimensions were developed in order to obtain relevant data covering all major issues and features companies frequently encounter when sourcing in China. The investigation uses a mixed method combining quantitative and qualitative research. Qualitative Research is basically exploratory research. It is used to develop concepts to understand fundamental reasons, characteristics and motivations, by using a specific set of research methods such as in-depth interviews, focus group discussion, observation, content analysis and visual methods among others. This study uses open questions that were partially answered through personal interviews to allow the results to have the intended depth. Quantitative research refers to the systematic empirical investigation using statistical or numerical data. It is a research strategy that asserts quantification by the collection and analysis of numerical data showing the relationship between theory and research, in which the purpose is the testing of hypothesis. Most questions of this survey were presented online and answered in this quantitative approach. 14

Methodology and Sample Phase 2: Survey Launch The survey targeted mid-size companies across major global regions, in an effort to obtain a representative sample of organizations. As shown in Figure 4 a wide diversity of responses from Western and Eastern Europe, United States of America and Southeast Asia was obtained. Almost 50 percent of respondents were from manufacturing industries, with 10 percent focusing on construction hardware and 5 percent on IT. The sizes of the companies surveyed are shown in Figure 5. The location of the majority of participants indicates that international sourcing decisions mostly are made out of the headquarters. In regards to company size either the smaller or the larger medium size corporations show more activity when it comes to sourcing in China. 10% 8% 12% 9% 14% 33% Germany Switzerland Hong Kong and China USA Turkey Figure 6 illustrates the sample of participants which is widely spread across industries in an effort to obtain a diverse point of view. Yet dominant players remain in manufacturing industry. Core industries represented in the survey are all linked to products that require production activities in one way or the other. Above all the survey represents the automotive industry’s dominant interest in the Chinese market. 14% Japan Others 4 | Countries Represented in the Survey Automotive 24% Industrial Machinery 19% 17% 21% Less than 250 Manufacturing 14% 4% 250 to 1000 1000 to 5000 Construction Hardware Others 14% 14% 42% 16% 5000 to 20000 more than 20000 IT Retail Distribution 5% 10% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 5 | Size of Companies Represented (No. of Employees Worldwide) 6 | Industry Sectors Represented 15

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