E-Project-Business Analysis

E-Project-Business Analysis - Ashlyn Shupe November 29th...

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Ashlyn Shupe November 29 th , 2010 Business 101 E-Project History: Staples, Inc. is the country's largest office supplies superstore, offering a vast selection of products at low prices, mostly to small business owners. Staples pioneered this concept in 1986 and grew rapidly after opening its first store in the Boston area. The company had expanded by the early 2000s, there were about 1,300 Staples outlets. The company also runs a delivery business that encompasses catalog and Internet businesses. Staples European operations consist of nearly 200 retail outlets, under the Staples name. Staples also runs a number of international mail-order office-products businesses. Economic Challenges Competitive Challenges Best Buy is one of Staples main competitors especially with their technology departments. Laptops and printers are one of Staples best products and the same is with Best Buy. Best Buy also has a Geek Squad that competes with Staples Easy Tech department where they both fix computers. Staples is a lot cheaper then Best Buy and get’s most of their customers.
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