Business Analysis Of Michael Eugene Porter's Five Forces Model

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Porter’s Five Forces Model Michael Eugene Porter (1947) Five Forces Analysis helps the marketer to contrast acompetitive environment. It has similarities with other tools for environmental audit, such asPEST analysis, but tends to focus on the single, stand alone, business or SBU (StrategicBusiness Unit) rather than a single product or range of products. Competitive Rivalry within an Industry • Major players dominate the SL market • High competition among the players • Unorganized sector cannot compete with major players in the case of Advertising • Heavy competition from major players BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS • In the case of major players bargaining power of suppliers is very low as theydictate the prices • The ingredients are basic commodities such as wheat, sugar etc., HIGH BARGAINING POWER OF CUSTOMER • Availability of many biscuits from low, moderate prices • Availability of biscuits from non-organized sector • Loyalty of the buyers to biscuits that have brand identity makes them morepowerful in the case of new entries. THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES • Substitute threat is more in the case of biscuits • Growing packaged industry and bread industry • …show more content…

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