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China Mobile Porters Five Forces and BCG Analysis 2018

China Mobile is an investment holding company engaged in telecommunications and related businesses such as mobile businesses which offer voice, roaming and data services, wireline broadline businesses and Internet of Things. China’s telecom market is a prominent oligopoly with China Mobile accounting for over 80% of all net profit in China’s telecom market (Yoo 2017) China Mobile has over 887million customers (Statista 2018) with competitors China Unicom and China Telecom having 284.16million and 249.96million customers respectively. It accounts for 70% of China’s telecom market. Various external factors have hindered the growth of China Mobile and by using a pestle analysis, we realize how the political factors like Trump’s order to block China Mobile from operating in the US affects its profitability, the effect of unemployment on China Mobile. In addition, we look at how developments in technology and demographics like increase of consumers using smartphones can favor further growth of China Mobile. Using the swot analysis, we identify China Mobile’s major strength and weaknesses that can be improved upon.

Huawei Porters Five Forces Analysis 2018

Huawei is a globally recognized telecommunications, equipment and service company majorly dealing in the design, manufacture and marketing of processors, smartphones and tablets. This report mainly examines the smartphone market, one of the most prominent global oligopolies with both high end (Apple and Samsung) and low-end market players. In the smartphone market, Huawei is a low-cost producer, the most fiercely competitive hence it faces extreme competition from especially fellow low cost Chinese rivals including Lenovo, Xiaomi, OPPO, ZTE among others who produce similar products. This report analyzes how industry competition has affected Huawei and examines the various opportunities through which Huawei can grow and develop its brand name including the use of Artificial Intelligence. Nevertheless, Huawei still faces major threats such as major competitors who have greatly hindered its growth and development. This analysis concludes by showing major points (factors) where competition is intense and some strategies Huawei can use to overcome them. 

Lloyds Bank Porters Five Forces and BCG Matrix Analysis 2018

Lloyds bank is a British retail and commercial bank that offers financial services such as lending, investment, risk management, among others to individuals and business customers in the UK. It is one of the largest banks in UK having over 2000 branches that operate under Lloyds bank, bank of Scotland and Halifax brands. The UK’s banking industry market is a prominent oligopoly with four major players, Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). Therefore, Lloyds bank faces competition from fellow banks such as Barclays, RBS, HSBC, among others and threat of substitutes such as fintech companies and prepaid debit cards that are affecting Lloyds bank profitability. By using the porters-five forces analysis, we determine the points at which Lloyds bank has been intensely affected by the competition while realizing different market opportunities and the BCG analysis shows how market growth has affected Lloyds business performance depending on their market share suggesting major investment points to facilitate growth and profitability of Lloyds bank.   

Virgin Atlantic Porters Five Forces 2018

Porters five forces model is an environmental analysis tool that says that the structure of an industry and the ability of firms in that industry to act strategically depend upon the relative strength s of five forces: the threat of new entrants, the bargaining power of buyers, the bargaining power of suppliers, the threat of substitute products and the rivalry among existing firms. The discussion below shows how each of the five forces of completion have shaped the US Airlines industry and impacted on the behavior of the various Airline companies operating in this market.

Vodafone Porters Five Forces 2019

Vodafone is a provider of telecommunications services in the United Kingdom and part of the Vodafone group is the world second largest mobile phone company as of May 2019 Vodafone of U.K has 17.2 million subscribers and is the third largest mobile telecommunication network nationally. This report examines the Porters five forces that will help us analyze the competition and profitability in the Vodafone Company in which it operates in and companies it competes with such BT and O2.

Barclays Bank Porters Five Forces Analysis 2019

Barclays Barclays is a British bank with operations in more than 50 countries including the US, Japan, India, Europe and many African countries. It is part of the UK big four, referring to the four largest UK-based banking groups which also include HSBC, Lloyds and RBS. Founded in 1690 by James Barclay, Barclays has operations in a diverse set of consumer and wholesale businesses including retail, wealth management, corporate lending, credit cards and mortgages. It currently operates its business via two clearly defined divisions-Barclays UK and Barclays International.

Primark Porters Five Forces 2018

This report discusses and analyses how the five forces of competition – buyer power, supplier power, threat of entry, threat of substitutes and industry rivalry –  have all driven competition in the UK clothing and accessories industry and the impact on Primark's operations. The five forces of competition are a useful framework for organizational managers determining the factors that are driving competition in their industry and whether it is still attractive to compete in. The findings from a five forces analysis can be critical in determining whether to reinvest profits in certain markets or divest when faced with very strong five forces. While the five forces are important in helping organizational managers decide whether to invest or divest, they simply provide a starting point and are more powerful when used in conjunction with other frameworks such as Pestle, Swot, BCG or Ansoffs in helping firms like Primark decide whether to merge, acquire rivals or increase advertising spend in an effort to neutralise increased competition.

Primark Porters Five Forces 2018

This report discusses and analyses how the five forces of competition – buyer power, supplier power, threat of entry, threat of substitutes and industry rivalry –  have all driven competition in the UK clothing and accessories industry and the impact on Primark's operations. The five forces of competition are a useful framework for organizational managers determining the factors that are driving competition in their industry and whether it is still attractive to compete in. The findings from a five forces analysis can be critical in determining whether to reinvest profits in certain markets or divest when faced with very strong five forces. While the five forces are important in helping organizational managers decide whether to invest or divest, they simply provide a starting point and are more powerful when used in conjunction with other frameworks such as Pestle, Swot, BCG or Ansoffs in helping firms like Primark decide whether to merge, acquire rivals or increase advertising spend in an effort to neutralise increased competition.

Amazon Porters Five Forces and BCG Analysis 2018

The level of profitability that Amazon enjoys in the ecommerce industry will be determined by systematic sources of competition that exert pressure on all ecommerce firms, making the industry either profitable for incumbents or a nightmare of price competition that leads to weak profit margins. Due to various factors including a winning strategy that has enabled Amazon sustain a competitive advantage over the years, the systematic sources of competition that influence competition and profitability in an industry have had minimal influence on the online retailer. Using Porters five forces, this report examines these sources of competition starting with competition from substitutes, competition from new entrants and competition from established rivals. The report then examines why the influence of buyer and supplier power on Amazon has acted to strengthen the book retailer rather than weaken it.

British Airways Porters Five Forces 2018

The UK airlines industry has over the last few years become such a competitive battleground that only those carriers consolidating stand a chance of competing. This is why mergers and acquisitions have become the norm as evidenced by British Airways merging with IAG, parent company of Aer Lingus, Iberia, Level and Vueling, and Virgin Atlantic merging with Delta. IAG is already eyeing up Norwegian. In an increasingly cut-throat and low-margin air travel industry, the collapse of Monarch in 2017 as well as BA's decision to shut down its ten-year-old subsidiary, Open Skies, is a reminder of how competitive the industry has become. While the industry is still attractive as evidenced by success of Norwegian, the high degree of competition means that it is likely to see more collapses, mergers or acquisions. This report looks at how the five forces of competition buyer power, supplier power, threat of substitutes, threat of entry and rivalry between existing firms are shaping the UK airlines industry and BA.

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