PESTLE analysis is based on political, environmental, social, technological, legal and economic factors that affect the working of the company. In case of Virgin Atlantic, it is important for the airline company to evaluate the political, technological and legal factors in detail in order to formulate their internal strategies accordingly in order to avoid any potential damage of the assets of the company (Kerzner, 2013). Table 1 PESTLE
While micro environment factors, on the other hand, such as competition norms impact the competitive advantage of the firm. Nordstrom can use the country’s economic factor such as growth rate, inflation & industry’s economic indicators such as apparel stores industry growth rate, consumer spending etc. to monitor the growth of not only retail sector but also that of the organization. Economic factors that Nordstrom should consider while conducting PESTLE analysis
PESTLE ANALYSIS Successfully implementing necessary labor changes during a business expansion requires an understanding of the environment an organization operates in. The PESTLE (Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal, and Environmental) analysis is a powerful assessment tool for external factors that are out of Square International Company’s direct control. Best used with the SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses,
Part A. The primary externals influences to Starbucks PESTEL describes a framework of macro-environmental factors used in the environmental factors component of strategic management. PESTEL analysis includes some several factors: political, economic, social, technological, legal and environmental factors. This report analyzes the factors which have main impact on Starbucks. 1.
In the assignment, it will discuss the sports brand Nike which specifically focuses in Chinese market. There are three main content areas in this assignment. The first part is a macro environmental analysis; the next part is the target customer profile; the last part is the analysis of marketing strategies. Macro Environmental Analysis: Nike is a very well-known market leader. It is an international brand, their products are selling in the worldwide including China.
Internal Analysis When conducting an internal analysis you must know the firm’s resources and capabilities. Nike’s resources are assets from succeeding in their industry. These resources include financial resources, physical resources, human resources and organizational capabilities. Firms Resources & Capabilities: Human Resources-. The company displays a strong workforce of over 30,000+ employees.
Micro and Macro Environmental factors that influence Marketing decisions (LO 2.1) Micro Environment: This indicates those elements over which the marketing firm has control or which it can use in order to gain information that will better help it in its marketing operations. Furthermore, these are the factors close to a business that have a direct impact on its business operations and success. It is important to carry out a full analysis of micro environmental factors prior to decide corporate strategy.
Francis Aguilar (1967) is the first known reference to the origin of the PESTEL analysis. In his study known as Scanning the Business Environment, he studied the environmental factors that affect business environment and come up with the first acronym ‘ETPS’ which meant the Economic, Technical, Political and social factors (Aguilar, 1967). Later Arnold Brown (1967) focused on the study and came up with a new perspective towards the study of social-technical, economic, political, and ecological (STEPE) factors. In 1980, Porter among other authors scanned the business environment and came up with the current acronym PESTEL meaning political, economic, social, technological, legal, and environmental factors (FME, 2013). According to Collins (1997),
Nike is the leading and renowned world supplier of athletic apparel and shoes. The brand is in control of over 47% of the market for athletic shoes. The company begun way back in 1962 and it was founded by Phil Knight and Bill Bower. It was originally known as Blue Ribbon Support and only in 1978 did it change its name to the worldwide recognized brand, Nike. Nike provides its products to more than 100 countries throughout the world.
Introduction Uniqlo is ranked as the 1st apparel brand in Japan (Fast retailing, 2014) and the 5th SPA (Specialty Store Retailer of Private Apparel) in the world (VFPress, 2012). The brand has demonstrated a strong development during the past years with around 818 stores worldwide, estimated at August 2015, (Fast retailing, 2014) and now, they are planning for an expansion to Vietnam market. This report will provide useful information which can be guidelines for Uniqlo’s strategy to enter a new market. The report covers four main parts: PESTLE analysis of Vietnam market; mode of entry suggestion; segments, targets and position process and 7Ps marketing mix. Question 1:
In this segment we will discuss about the external forces of the company that are not controllable (Keegan and Keegan, 1989). PESTLE analysis will be an effective tool here to analyze the factors. 2.1.1 PESTLE Analysis PESTLE is a very effective macro environmental tool containing six important factor. Political Factors In India political factor is very vulnerable.
Pestle Analysis Political Factor Eataly operates in global environment with their operation spread all around the globe; the operation of the company is influenced strongly by political situation of the country where they are doing business. As Eataly have flexible policies to adjust in an unstable economy (Reijers & Mansar, 2005). Economic Factors The entire planet has witnessed the economic decline and hence the characteristic of purchasing products has been greatly affected all companies without exception Eataly. In addition, the income level of Europe is relatively uneven which makes some people fail to pay for products offered by the company (Chaffey, 2009).
P-Political factor: - In the political factor, this alludes to government approach for example, the utilization of renewable vitality. Political choices can affect on numerous indispensable ranges, for example, the earth of the workforce, the people 's wellbeing and the quality of innovation, for example, crossover framework. There are few points under the political factor that affects the Toyota motors in the Indian market like… Government support and attachment in businesses of Toyota Motor in India. There has additionally been a proposal for expense unwinding on venture of more than Rs. 500 Crore.
With the constantly increasing fan-base and frenzy for football, clubs have been able to explore and establish themselves in global markets to further enhance their profits. One of the most important success factors for a company that is developing in a new market, is Marketing performance. However the process of market development (refer to Appendix 1, Figure 1.1) involves high risk strategies which if not planned correctly can prove costly to the business. Research studies confirm the need for businesses to analyze the new market and accordingly adapt to get the best results. Football clubs are becoming increasingly popular around the world and are expanding at a relatively fast rate along with the competition.