S.W.O.T. Analysis of Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf

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S.W.O.T. Analysis of Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf STRENGTH * Company’s marketing strategy All the stores of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf were located at high traffic, high visibility locations in each market. The market entry strategies use by the coffee shop in managing their foreign franchisees when expanding into Asia including master franchising and company owned-stores. A master franchise is a person or entity that provides services to franchisees in a specified territory, typically a major market, geographical region or even one or more countries. The marketing approach is essential to gain a competitive advantage in the foreign market. The construct included market entry, site location, and market positioning. The reason…show more content…
* Company’s business strategy For the concept of standardization of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, branding and image are consistent in host markets with that of home market. Despite the expectation that cultural differences may affect the demand for their products and services the coffee shop felt that maintaining standardization was more important than adaptation. Standardization is enforced by the company on branding to ensure that the brand image and value is being perceived consistently by the customers in all markets. Adaptation has also applied to the product offering For example in its home country, the coffee shop have a limited range of food and beverage items in their outlets. However, the coffee shop had included a wider range of hot food items in Asia as Asians need to have food with their coffees. The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf also provide both the good quality of input and output has brings a big achievement. The foundation of the coffee chop is a commitment to quality. They produce and serve only the finest coffees and teas from around the world. * Coffee and Tea All of the beans they imported, are grown at higher altitudes because of the cool temperature can cause the coffee beans to develop more slowly which results in a more unique flavor.

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