Competitive Analysis Grids Grid 1 - Industry Analysis Grid Using 5 forces Model

Feb 3rd, 2012
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Your New Venture: __Dessert food turck Number of the type of industry you are entering. 1. Emerging 2. Fragmented 3. Mature 4. Declining 5. Global My small business venture is in industry #___3__________(If you were starting a pizza service for students, this would be a mature industry.) Using the questions in each of the Five Forces sections, fill out the following table by inserting an X in the box which reflects the level of the threat. These are threats to profitability within your industry. For example if you were starting a pizza business, the threat level for Force 1: Power of new entrants would probably be quite high - since so many want to enter the pizza business. And so on. The 5 Forces What are competitive threats to your new venture? Level of Threat Low Medium High Force 1: Power of new entrants What are the barriers to entry and how easy are they to overcome? What companies are likely to

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Competitive Analysis GridsGrid 1 - Industry Analysis Grid Using 5 forces ModelYour New Venture: __Dessert food turck Number of the type of industry you are entering.1. Emerging2. Fragmented3. Mature4. Declining5. GlobalMy small business venture is in industry #___3__________(If you were starting a pizza service for students, this would be a mature industry.)Using the questions in each of the Five Forces sections, fill out the following table by inserting an X in the box which reflects the level of the threat. These are threats to profitability within your industry. For example if you were starting a pizza business, the threat level for Force 1: Power of new entrants would probably be quite high - since so many want to enter the pizza business. And so on.The 5 Forces What are competitive threats to your new venture?Level of ThreatLowMediumHighForce 1: Power of new entrantsWhat are the barriers to entry and how easy are they to overcome?What companies are likely to enter our industry and when are they likely to enter?Force 2: Power of substitutesWhat are the substitutes for our product?How many customers would consider substitutes?Force 3: Power of SuppliersCan firms in the industry switch suppliers easily?How many suppliers service the industry?How important is suppliers' quality and service to ours?What is our bargaining power with suppliers?Force 4: Power of customersWho are the customers and how concentrated are they?How fast

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