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HSBC Bank BCG Matrix 2018

HSBC Bank had a 5.9% return on equity in 2017 through its various businesses such as Retail Banking and Wealth Management, Global Personal Banking, Commercial Banking, Global Banking and Markets, among others. Using BCG Matrix analysis and Swot, this report identifies HSBC’s major strategic business units and portfolio of business resources that can help it mitigate arising threats (identified by Pestle analysis) and internal weaknesses (identified by Swot analysis) while taking advantage of new opportunity trends (Pestle) that are shaping the UK banking industry.

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.

Jamba Juice Marketing Plan

As part of the summative assessments, produce a marketing plan for a new product to any of the following sectors; Wellness Food, Personal care, Pet Foods & Pet Supplies, Coffee/Tea/Other Beverages, Sports Apparel, Micro-mobility (e-bikes, scooters, skateboards), Wearables. You must produce your marketing plan working within the provided framework. Once you have completed your marketing plan, you will need to deliver a x10 minute individual presentation summarizing your marketing plan. Your plan should have;

Part 1: Mission Statement.

Part 2: Current Markets & Strategies.

Part 3: Primary Competitors.

Part 4: Primary Competitors.

Part 5: Internal Analysis.

Part 6: Marketing Goals/Expected Outcomes.

Part 7: Target Market Description.

Part 8: Marketing Mix Descriptions.

Part 9: Positioning – Strategic Partnership or Sponsorship.

Part 10: Product/Service/Offer.

EasyJet Value Chain 2018

A value chain refers to a set of activities within and around an organization, which help an organization create or produce a product or service (Johnson et al 2008). The value chain categorizes organizational activities into either primary activities or support activities. Firms put together value adding primary and support activities, which help a firm to transform inputs into outputs in an efficient manner so as to create competitive advantages. For any firm to have a successful broad strategy that delivers sustained competitive advantage, its value chain must successfully support its strategy by adding value to its products and services (Johnson et al 2008).
When applied concertedly, a value chain can help firms identify where value is currently added in the system and where there is potential to create further value in the future by reconfiguring and improving coordination of activities. 

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.

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.

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.

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Coca Cola Porters Five Forces and BCG Matrix 2018

The Coca-Cola Company is an American based multinational corporation that is engaged in the manufacture, retailing and marketing of more than 500 non-alcoholic beverage brands including the iconic Coca Cola. Founded in 1892, the company is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia overseeing a franchised business model where it makes the famed Coca Cola syrup concentrate which it then sells to more than 300 bottling partners located around the world. Revenue for the year ended 31st December 2018 was US$31.85 billion, compared to US$41.863billion in 2016.
This report examines Coca Cola and the soft drinks industry using Porters Five Forces model, followed by a BCG matrix analysis to find out the various strategic business units in Coca Cola's portfolio and assess which ones are the stars and cash cows generating the most value, or the question marks, and dogs that may need further investment or divesting to achieve a balance of the portfolio.

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