POLITICAL-Foreign investment restrictions-Companies as charity for tax avoidance-VAT increase to 20%-Globalization has eased import rules.-Government regulation climate change act 2008)| Ref13119| ECONOMICAL-Economic crisis in North America.-Rising raw material and transport cost in 2009-Low spending power due to recession.-Recession in Russia-High import tax in japan| Ref2,34677| SOCIAL-Requirements on wood supplier-Brand image-Does not accept child labour-Women empowerment-Forest Law| Ref2699| TECHNOLOGY-Internet retailing-Established delivery infrastructure-Recreational facilities in stores-Iphone applications-Reusable wood/wood recycling| Ref66824| ECOLOGICAL-Charging for plastic bags-Recyclable energy-Efficient transport of products and people-Climate projects with-Energy saving sources use| Ref10999| LEGAL-Foreign investment restrictions -EU legislation on chemicals.-Forest law enforcement-EU directive ban use of methyl bromide| Ref192530| Table1: PESTEL ANALYSIS
BUYER POWER(14,38)| THREATS OF NEW ENTRY(14,38)| THREATS OF SUBSTITUTES(14,38)| SUPPLIER POWER(14,38)| COMPETITIVE RIVALRY(14,38)| -Low-High buyer volume-Brand identity-Low threat of forward integration -Low price of product-Low threat of backward integration | -High-Switching cost low-No likelihood of retaliation-Access to distribution channel-Government policy barriers entries| -Low-Customers are loyal to IKEA-Close customer relation-Switching cost low for customer| -Lows-Wide range of supplier-Undifferentiated high valued product-Suppliers grow with IKEA-Low threat of forward integration| -High-Market leader-Low switching cost-High fixed cost-Exit barrier high-Competitive growth strategy| Table2: PORTER’S FIVE FORCES
Table3: ANSOFF’S MATRIX
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EXISTINGMARKETS| MARKET PENETRATION -IKEA loyalty card-IKEA mobile loyalty program-IKEA family program-Modern, innovative...