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  • Porter 5 Force on Travel Industry

    Porter’s Five Forces: Travel Agency :  Industry Rivalry : Highly Fragmented Industry with Intense Rivalry Highly Fragmented Industry. Organized players would barely have 15-20% of the marketplace Most of organized players are present in metros & mini-metros Large disposable incomes in towns like Lucknow‚ Jaipur‚ Coimbatore etc. serviced by family run unorganized players Industry rivalry is intense but not cutthroat Rivalry Intense because of low switching costs‚ low levels of product differentiation

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  • Porters 5 Forces of the Retail Industry

    Porters Five Forces of the Retail Industry I. Supplier Power The bargaining power of Suppliers is relatively low. There is a high competition between suppliers which means that their ability to raise prices or reduce quantity is very low. Suppliers include both domestic and international manufacturers and because many retail products are standardized‚ retailers have low switching costs which make the supplier power low. Larger retailers have power over their suppliers because they can threaten

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  • Porters 5 Forces in Airline Industry

    Porters 5 forces Virgin Australia Threat of new entrants – The airline industry has been around for over 100 years and due to large capital requirements and overhead (high cost of planes)‚ the industry would not be greatly affected by new entrants and therefore the threat of new entrants is high. With low operating margins and high initial investment‚ a high market share is needed to ensure full flights (maximizing profits on each flight). This would be difficult for a new entrant. Industry

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    other aspects of daily life of a business. One interesting for corporate strategy planning approach has been proposed by Michael E. Porter who states that there are five forces that influence the long-term profitability of a market or some segment of it. Therefore‚ the corporation must assess their objectives and resources against these five forces driving industry competitions‚ which are described below: 1) Threat of entry of new competitors or the market segment is unattractive depending on

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    Porter’s 5 Forces   Introduction The model of the Five Competitive Forces was developed by Michael E. Porter in his book „Competitive Strategy: Techniques for Analyzing Industries and Competitors“in 1980. Since that time it has become an important tool for analyzing an organizations industry structure in strategic processes.   Porter’s model is based up on the insight that a corporate strategy should meet the opportunities and threats in the organizations external environment. Competitive

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  • Porters 5 Forces

    PORTER’S FIVE FORCES 4   Power of Suppliers   Criteria Level Effect on Power Effect on Profit Difference of Inputs High Increases Decreases Cost of Switching Suppliers High Increases Decreases Threat of Forward Integration High Increases Decreases Supplier Concentration High Increases Decreases   Difference of Inputs ​Product differentiation within inputs in the tech industry is largely dependent on how recently the input has been developed (the extent of which it is considered

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  • Porters 5 Forces

    Porter’s Five Forces Model Porter’s five forces use for; to develop a wide and detailed analysis of competitive position (especially on industry level)‚ while the determining and creating new strategies‚ planning‚ making investments or disinvestments for current or a brand new business or organization. (Businessballs‚ Michael Porter’s Five Forces Competition Theory Model‚ 2009). Porter’s five forces determined as; “Supplier Power; Differentiations of inputs‚ supplier concentration‚ importance

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  • Porters 5 Forces

    Porter’s 5 Forces Analysis- Need to include one consistant example-The conclusions/improvements that can be drawn from Porter’s 5 Forces-Every force should have a fancy quote and reference Introduction Developed by Michael E. Porter‚ “Porters 5 Forces” have shaped a generation of academic research and business practice. Intense forces lead to less attractive returns on investment as can be seen in the airline textile and hotel industries. Benign forces exist in industries such as software‚ soft

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  • Porters 5 Forces

    Porters 5 forces Pestle? Business plan The unexpected Incongruities‚ Process needs‚ Industry structure‚ Demographics Changes in perception‚ New knowledge Idea‚ Invention‚ Innovation‚ Diffusion Companies own assets Physical Intangible Human In the past Competitive advantage came from physical assets such as property/land/Financial clout Still important (anyone fancy taking on Apple?) but Intellectual property (patents) and key process management (we know how to do this) i.e. what we

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    PORTERS FIVE FORCES Threat of new entrants: Since nokia was a profitable market. It becomes bait and other companies would like to join. Unless the new entry firms can be blocked‚ the revenue or profit will reduce. However in other to be able to compete with established firms‚ new entrants will need to invest highly in technology and marketing. Hence the threat of new entrants is very low. Power of suppliers: Nokia has a number of suppliers who provide them with equipment’s. Hence nokia could

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