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Airbnb Value Chain Analysis 2021

In this report, we examine Airbnb’s value chain to try and understand which activities have helped the company become a low cost leader in the global hospitality/vacation rental industry. While Primark’s value proposition of low prices isn’t unique within the hospitality industry, the company’s execution of an asset light business model is comparable to none, helping keep operational costs very low and guest hosting processes very efficient, consequentially driving costs down. Few hospitality companies have mastered scale in guest accomodation like Airbnb, the very areas of the value chain it has derived the most value.

Airbnb VRIO Analysis 2021

The resource based view of the firm helps managers of organizations to assess whether their firms have built up strategic resources and capabilities that are valuable, rare and inimitable in order to attain and sustain competitive advantage. The more a firm’s resources and capabilities meet the VRIO criteria, the better its ability to sustain competitive advantage. Through analysing resources and capabilities, organizations are able to realize industry segments that are well aligned with their strengths and weaknesses,
Using VRIO, this report examines the key tangible and intangible resources of Airbnb as well as an assessment of its core capabilities. These are reviewed and assessed against the VRIO framework which assesses their value, rarity, inimitability and organization.

Airbnb Porters Five Forces 2021

Porter’s five forces is an essential framework in assessing a company’s profitability and attractiveness based on threat of entry, threat of substitutes, bargaining power of buyers and suppliers as well as the degree of rivalry among existing firms. An industry is considered unattractive if all the five forces are high. If an industry is characterized by high competitor rivalry, threat of new entrants, high bargaining power of buyers and suppliers it will be less profitable. In this report, the author will leverage porter’s five forces to discuss the competitive forces in the industry in which Airbnb is competing. Using evidence from the supplied case study, the author will assess the attractiveness and profitability of the home sharing/hospitality/global vacation rental industry, using Porter’s 5 Forces model to guide this discussion. 

Airbnb Pestle and Swot Analysis 2020-2021

Launched in 2008, Airbnb has through the years grown from strength to strength to become the most recognised brand in the online home sharing industry. As of today, the company is, one of the largest privately owned companies with about $75 billion value by the end of 2020. Despite its fast growth, the company continues to experience a number of challenges, with the most notable one being the challenging regulatory environment. The business model has become vulnerable to strict regulations at the local, state and country level. In fact, some locations have considered the business model illegal and put in place regulations and laws banning it. According to the findings, the challenging regulatory environment coupled with the COVID19 impact on the general economy, consumer confidence and growing unemployment among others pose a major threat to the company’s biggest asset, its scale.
Using a pestle analysis, this report firstly examines the macro external environment of Airbnb and how various external factors have/ are likely to impact its growth potential and performance. A swot analysis identifies Airbnb’s internal strengths, plus its weaknesses before examining strategies Airbnb can use to exploit emerging opportunities to leverage available opportunities while mitigating arising threats.

Airbnb Pestle and Swot Analysis 2019

Through the years, Airbnb has established itself as one of the most profitable business in the sharing economy alongside Uber through its spearheading efforts in using technology to create an opportunity in the global hospitality business. Boosting over 5 million lodging options in over 81,000 cities and 91 countries globally, the company was estimated to be worth at least $38billion as of 2018. 
Airbnb has experienced success through the years; however, its future growth is threatened by growing legal issues. The biggest barrier to the company’s growth is restrictions imposed by legislative bodies, municipalities and communities on the use of lodgings for short term rental purposes. 
Using a PESTLE, the author will examine threats from economic, social, technological, legal and environmental issues while identifying the available growth opportunities in the market.  We will then use SWOT analysis to examine its key strengths and weaknesses and how it can utilize strengths to mitigate inner weaknesses as well as threats. 

Airbnb Pestle and Swot Analysis 2019

Through the years, Airbnb has established itself as one of the most profitable business in the sharing economy alongside Uber through its spearheading efforts in using technology to create an opportunity in the global hospitality business. Boosting over 5 million lodging options in over 81,000 cities and 91 countries globally, the company was estimated to be worth at least $38billion as of 2018. 
Airbnb has experienced success through the years; however, its future growth is threatened by growing legal issues. The biggest barrier to the company’s growth is restrictions imposed by legislative bodies, municipalities and communities on the use of lodgings for short term rental purposes. 
Using a PESTLE, the author will examine threats from economic, social, technological, legal and environmental issues while identifying the available growth opportunities in the market.  We will then use SWOT analysis to examine its key strengths and weaknesses and how it can utilize strengths to mitigate inner weaknesses as well as threats. 

Airbnb Porters Five Forces 2019

Founded in 2008, Airbnb has established itself as one of the most profitable business in the sharing economy alongside Uber through its spearheading efforts in using technology to create an opportunity in the global hospitality business. Boosting over 5 million lodging options in over 81,000 cities and 91 countries globally, the company was estimated to be worth at least $38billion as of 2018. Using Porters five forces, this report looks at the competitive forces in the industry in which airbnb is competing and how the five forces of competition including buyer and supplier power, threat of substitutes, threat of entry and rivalry, are affecting Airbnb and industry attractiveness.

Uber Pestle Analysis 2019

Founded in 2009, Uber has become the biggest and most successful taxi and ride sharing company in the world, and in 2018 commanded around 73% of the US market share, its biggest market.  The ride sharing firm together with rivals has the potential to disrupt a potential $650+ billion global market for human and non-human mobility that includes taxi cab hailing, car-as-a-service, last mile package delivery, or short-term car rentals (Kulkarni 2017). Despite its success, all is not well with Uber recently. The company was involved in many scandals throughout 2017 and 2018 such as Delete Uber, which damaged its reputation and resulted in a loss of m0re than 500,000 customers and market share decline across numerous US states (Statista 2018c). 
Using a PESTEL analysis of Uber, this report will examine threats from the macro environment that are economic, social, technological, legal and environmental in nature which affected Uber and the ride hailing industry throughout much of 2017 and 2018 while identifying the available growth opportunities in the market.  This will include an analysis of some of the key political factors affecting Uber, as well as the major technological factors driving the ride hailing industry.

Apple Pestle Swot Porters Five Forces and BCG Analysis 2018

Apple is a technology company majorly dealing in the design, manufacture and marketing of smartphones, tablets and personal computers. The global smartphone market has become highly fragmented into high-end and low-end players. Apple being a high-end market player faces competition primarily from Samsung. In 2018, Apples share of the global smartphone industry had fallen to third, behind Huawei and leader Samsung. It is the first time Apple is not in the top 2 global smartphone firms in the world since 2011. Apple has also lost market share in China, falling from top spot to 4th as it battles low cost Chinese rivals.
Using a pestle analysis for Apple, this report examines how various external factors have impacted the growth potential and performance of Apple. The analysis includes the effect of US tax cuts, and how escalating US-China trade tensions are likely to affect its future revenues and performance.
In addition, the report looks at how developments in technology and demographics can favor further growth of Apple. Using Swot and BCG Matrix analysis, the report identifies Apple’s major strengths and weaknesses and strategies the Cupertino based tech giant can use to exploit emerging opportunities such as demand for smaller wearable devices, while mitigating threats and minimizing weaknesses.
Using Porters five forces, the report examines how Porters five forces of competition have shaped the global smartphone industry, leading to the commoditization of smartphones at the low end of the market and the counter strategies Apple has devised in the battle against this increased commoditization and powerful low cost rivals.

Uber Pestle Analysis 2019

Founded in 2009, Uber has become the biggest and most successful taxi and ride sharing company in the world, and in 2018 commanded around 73% of the US market share, its biggest market.  The ride sharing firm together with rivals has the potential to disrupt a potential $650+ billion global market for human and non-human mobility that includes taxi cab hailing, car-as-a-service, last mile package delivery, or short-term car rentals (Kulkarni 2017). Despite its success, all is not well with Uber recently. The company was involved in many scandals throughout 2017 and 2018 such as Delete Uber, which damaged its reputation and resulted in a loss of m0re than 500,000 customers and market share decline across numerous US states (Statista 2018c). 
Using a PESTEL analysis of Uber, this report will examine threats from the macro environment that are economic, social, technological, legal and environmental in nature which affected Uber and the ride hailing industry throughout much of 2017 and 2018 while identifying the available growth opportunities in the market.  This will include an analysis of some of the key political factors affecting Uber, as well as the major technological factors driving the ride hailing industry.

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