Porters+Five+Forces - Threat of Substitute Products or...

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Porter’s Five Forces
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Porter’s Five Forces Analysis Analyses competition
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Threat of New Entrants
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Common Entry Barriers Economies of scale Product differentiation Capital requirements Geographic Proprietary/patented Access to inputs Government policy Brand identity
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Buyer Power
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Buyer Power Buyer volume Buyer leverage Buyer choices Price sensitivity Product/service importance Buyer information Product differentiation
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Supplier Power
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Supplier Power Brand reputation Product differentiation Supplier volume Brand identity Relationships with customers Proprietary products Switching costs Loyalty programs
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Unformatted text preview: Threat of Substitute Products or Services Substitute Products or Services Alternatives price/quality New technologies Buyer inclination to substitute Fashion and trends Legislative effects Rivalry Among Existing Competitors Rivalry Among Existing Competitors Industry growth Brand identity Number and size of firms Industry size and trends Fixed/variable costs Product/service ranges Differentiation strategy Porters Five Forces Substitute Products/Services New Entrants Buyer Power Supplier Power Rivalry Competition...
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