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Porters Five Forces of Google 2019

Using Google’s Porter’s five forces analysis, this report helps us analyze the nature of competition Google faces and how search engine industry five forces including bargaining power of buyers, suppliers, and the rest of the five forces are affecting the search engine industry and Google in particular. The report goes on to show that Googles dominance of the search engine industry is partly down to the power it wields over some of the five forces. For instance, Google wields considerable power of its suppliers and buyers, a situation compounded by the low threat posed by Google substitutes or new entrants in the search engine industry.

EasyJet Porters Five Forces Analysis 2018

The UK aviation industry market is oligopolistic with both legacy airline carriers like British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, and Air France operating at the higher end of the market and low-end airline carriers like Ryan Air and Norwegian Air operating at the lowest end of the market. One of the biggest issues that is changing the nature of competition in the UK airline industry is the introduction of no-frills packages by legacy premium carriers such as British Airways as they attempt to reposition themselves to curtail the challenges of competing with lost cost carriers. This has the airline industry less attractive and competitive behaviour drives the service towards commoditization and low profit margins. Using Michael Porter’s five forces analysis framework, this report examines the UK airline industry and EasyJet to understand the major points at which EasyJet is affected by the five forces.

EasyJet Porters Five Forces Analysis 2018

The UK aviation industry market is oligopolistic with both legacy airline carriers like British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, and Air France operating at the higher end of the market and low-end airline carriers like Ryan Air and Norwegian Air operating at the lowest end of the market. One of the biggest issues that is changing the nature of competition in the UK airline industry is the introduction of no-frills packages by legacy premium carriers such as British Airways as they attempt to reposition themselves to curtail the challenges of competing with lost cost carriers. This has the airline industry less attractive and competitive behaviour drives the service towards commoditization and low profit margins. Using Michael Porter’s five forces analysis framework, this report examines the UK airline industry and EasyJet to understand the major points at which EasyJet is affected by the five forces.

Porters Five Forces of Lenovo 2017

Lenovo is a technology company dealing in the design, manufacture and marketing of smartphones, Tablets, PC’s, among others. Its smartphone market is highly oligopolistic with two major players Samsung and Apple which offer priced high-end products. On the other hand, Lenovo offers low cost products targeting the low end-market. Lenovo being a low-cost smartphone and PC vendor faces intense competition from other low-cost technology companies like HP, Huawei, Xiaomi, Dell, among others. Thus, this report analyses how industry competition has affected Lenovo showing major market opportunities through which Lenovo can develop. It concludes by showing how intense competition has affected Lenovo in the technology industry highlighting different market opportunities, challenges.

Facebook Porters Five Forces Analysis 2019

Facebook boasts some incredible statistics that highlight why it has been very successful. A Porters five forces analysis of Facebook shows that the California based social network wields immense power over vertical five forces primarily Facebook buyers and suppliers whose bargaining power is low or moderate at best. This is predominantly because Facebook has achieved strong network effects from economies of scale and scope, which have ensured the social media network continues to enjoy high switching costs and strong lock-in effects over users. 
But while these factors have ensured Facebook’s dominance over rivals in the social media industry, the company remains vulnerable to the 3 horizontal forces of competition namely substitutes, new player entry and intensifying rivalry between current players. As a Facebook porters five forces analysis revealed, the social media industry is highly competitive with a rising number of substitute services such as Reddit, Digg, EyeEm, Next Door, or Family Wall, many of which can offer similar performance benefits such as sharing photos, videos and messages even though they are not direct competitors of Facebook. 
So though Facebook has created barriers that currently protect its market share, it remains vulnerable to new players who could take advantage of its privacy issues to exacerbate an exodus of more than 3 million teens that’s already underway in the core markets of the UK and US. It is already locked out of the world’s most populous country, a situation exacerbated by China-USA trade war tensions. So while Facebook still wields power over the forces of vertical competition (power of buyers and suppliers), the horizontal forces of competition (competition from rivals, substitutes and new entry) exert enough pressure on the industry to limit profitability and further dominance of Facebook in the future. 

Apple Porters Five Forces 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 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.

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.

Apple Porters Five Forces 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 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.

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.

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