Summary

This chapter described how to locate the enterprise in the world. This is not about the addresses of factories, warehouses, and offices. That will be discussed in detail in Chapter 12, below, which describes addresses and, in particular, the physical addresses that are facilities.

Here the focus was on Geographic Location - a defined place on the Earth. In keeping with our Junior High geometry, this may be a:

·         Geographic Area – A bounded two-dimensional space (or as two-dimensional as you can get on the surface of a sphere). This includes:

·         Geopolitical Area – A Geographic Area whose boundaries are defined by law or treaty.

·         Management Area – A Geographic Area whose boundaries are defined by a private or governmental ...

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