Company G has prided itself on cultivating relationships with it's suppliers built on honesty, confidence, and allegiance in order to facilitate profits for both parties. However, as popularity may grow for the product so too may the market and suppliers might consider increasing costs, in which case a fixed contract would be discussed. Threat from Substitutes – If the Little Wonder does prosper their may be threats from substitutes from larger companies that are able to produce a similar product on an increased scale thereby reducing it's price and making it difficult for Company G to compete. SWOT Analysis A SWOT analysis has been done for Company G and the outcome is clearly positive. The details of that evaluation: STRENGTHS Dedication from management, employees, and suppliers 1.
To do this it will be necessary to review the actual customer data for the service in question for past periods. Customer service data helps identify the factors, both positive and negative, that influence new business. By understanding the relevant patterns and conditions it is possible to create new customer service delivery plans that maximise desired influences while minimising those that are undesirable. ASSESSMENT ACTIVITY 3: Describe the process for researching customer needs and analysing and interpreting the outcomes to establish business options and opportunities. Consideration of past performance and analysis of the new data and records currently held in the organisation will give
It would also increase the awareness of the company beyond the three locations which could exponentially expand the demand for the products and services of KFF, leading to online sales and more brick and mortar locations. But would this diminish the quality that the small company offers? There is an appeal to the locally supported stores. KFF wants to maintain that familiarity with any expansion and going public could strip any authenticity from the
This can make expanding and growing very difficult and decisions must be mad wisely. When it comes to their products that are purchased around the world to ensure high quality, expanding may affect that quality, making it hard to supply a specialty product. Going public through an IPO, may change the very decision made that make their company special, or it may enhance their products by providing more resources. Acquiring another company in the same industry to help their company grow could cause increased financial stability or increase their financial burden. Kudler can merge with another organization in hope to expand while implementing their mission and values on that organization or that organization may hurt their reputation.
The author fails to take other opponents of Natural’s Way into consideration. Thus, it is very likely that competitiveness in healthy food markets in P is tremendous sharp, while Natural’s Way has no advantages to outweigh its opponents to fire for a success battle. If that is the case, a new store in P, just as the author claimed, might not be a sensible decision, though healthy food and related healthy products are badly needed in
For a company to retain talent it must offer more incentives for the employees than that of its competitors. Your company encourages the decisions and ideas of the employees but more programs could be put in place to help retain employees. Implementing a program that offers rewards for time and cost savings not only benefits the employee but also the company by projecting a positive image of employee worth to the company. Keeping the companies hiring practice on the national level is required for all employees that work in the retail stores but if there is a need for technology or manufacturing of a particular product I would recommend global labor. The ability to tap into the global labor market will make the company more competitive by being able to offer competitive prices on products due to lower overhead cost associated with the offset in the labor cost.
Like other businesses our goal is to expand as well as build more customer awareness to increase its profits. Kudler wants to build a customer base that will be loyal to their stores. To do this it is important for Kudler to conduct the necessary research needed first to implement this change in the operations department. Especially, because we aim at a specific market with
AST1 Task 1 305.6.2-03 Company S, as a new manufacturer in the motor scooter market, must develop marketing strategies to ensure the continued motivation of its new channel partners, in order to secure sales and garner its share of the marketplace. These channel partners have a strong loyalty to the competitor’s products; but with the proper mix of sales strategies, Company S will be able to penetrate the marketplace and develop strong and lasting sales partnerships. Five Strategies for Motivating Dealerships as Intermediaries of Company S: 1. Incentive Programs Company S will provide a strong incentive program for the dealerships, such as quantity discounts based on the number of scooters the dealership sells. The more scooters the dealership sells, the lower their cost to purchase the merchandise.
Specifically we were to focus on improving the stores sales. Store sales were the number one priority. One has to also consider legal issues, employee pay, and inventory. In the simulation one was asked to evaluate the problem, isolate, analyze it and find a suitable solution. In the simulation one was supposed to separate critical issues from non-critical and then rate them based on
When the government prevents prices from adjusting naturally to supply and demand, efficiency is improved in the economy. ANSWER: F TYPE: T KEY1: D SECTION: 2 OBJECTIVE: 7 RANDOM: Y [cxviii]. A market economy cannot possibly produce a socially desirable outcome because individuals are motivated by their own selfish interests. ANSWER: F TYPE: T KEY1: D SECTION: 2 OBJECTIVE: 7 RANDOM: Y [cxix]. While the invisible hand cannot guarantee efficiency, it is better at guaranteeing equity.