They have more than 130million customer and around two third of the population have taken under their catalog. Argos is large retail company that acquires 170 types of products within. Argos have made the change in the online business by giving opportunity to their customer to buy and pay through online. Argos now have been planning to enter Indian market through their furniture product. A critical analysis on the micro and macro environment will be done on this company with marketing planning and possible risk analysis.
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Through the on-line checkout framework, the organisation in its basic supply business expanded deals by 20% or 130,000 week after week orders in the monetary year 2010/11. It runs a limited time system, Click and Collect in more than 160 stores where clients purchase on the web. The accommodation store empowered the organization to procure incomes surpassing £1 billion, making it to be perceived as Convenience Retailer of the Year by Retail Award
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Target continued to partner with new corporations to offer exclusive deals, such as the partnership with Neiman Marcus. They expanded into Canada in 2011. Set goals to give $1 billion dollars to education by 2015. By 2012 Target had moved into the mobile space to continue improving the guest experience and had also reached the $4 million a week community giving goal. 2012 also marked the 50-year anniversary for Target.
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Flipkart is an Indian e-commerce company headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka. It was started in the year 2007. In its formative days Flipkart mainly dealt with books but now, it has expanded to electronic goods and a variety of other products. Primary categories of products sold at Flipkart are: • Books • Mobiles & Accessories • Computers • Home and Kitchen • Personal and Health Care • Gaming • Watches and Fragrances • Music and Movies • Stationery Some other facts about Flipkart are • It has 2,000,000 registered users • 8,000,000 customer visits every month. • It has team strength of 5,000 human resources • It has 27 cities covered with own delivery network and has 7 warehouses.
Founded in Sweden at 1943 by Ingvar Kamprad, IKEA is a value-driven company with the vision “To create a better everyday life for the many people”. As of January 2009, the company became the world’s largest furniture designer and retailer. Currently, IKEA owns and operates 351 stores in 43 countries across Asia, Europe, North America and Australia. The company’s product range consists of 9,500 home furnishing articles, of which they are known to be well-designed, functional and inexpensive. IKEA has about 1,220 suppliers in more than 55 countries around the world, providing the bulk of the company’s inventory.
In 1999, Netflix launched a subscription service which offered members unlimited rentals for one low monthly subscription. In 2000, Netflix planned for an acquisition of Blockbuster for $50 million. Blockbuster however, declined this offer. In 2002, Netflix issued its initial public offering. This involved selling nearly 6.75 million shares
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