PESTLE Analysis for Centre Parcs Essay

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Centre Parc’s
A PESTLE Analysis

Contents

1. Introduction

2. PESTLE Analysis

2.1. What is PESTLE Analysis
2.2. Political
2.3. Economical
2.4. Social
2.5. Technological
2.6. Legislative
2.7. Environmental

3. Entrepreneurial

4. Conclusion

5. References

1. Introduction

Centre Parcs are one of the UKs leading family, self-catering holiday destinations. This report aims to analyse the company using one of the key tools available to guide strategic decision making – A PESTLE Analysis. A good way for companies to establish where they are leading or failing in the competitive market is to perform a PESTLE Analysis’ on themselves. It allows companies to asses a whole list of different factor’s that
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tax changes, new laws and government policy changes. Managers should not just rely on the PESTLE analysis, it is a tool, a snapshot in time, which will assist in understanding the current factors, it will not determine a direct path in the direction they need to follow to progress the company considerably. When in fact managers most need to judge, into what factors are most likely to change and also which have the greatest impact to them, so in the case of Centre Parc’s they need to consider mostly economical and sociological. A way of achieving the relevance of each factor to the company is to rank or score the factors, so there is a clear understanding of which are of most importance and vice versa. As Centre Parc’s has many different villages, this means that it includes many divisions and also brands (Starbucks, and Zilli restaurants), so managers need to concentrate on one specific area within each village.

2.2 Political

Political factors are heavily driven by the macro environment, so this includes government policies and broader social issues that Centre Parc’s must be

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