Self SWOT Analysis

Self SWOT Analysis

Strengths

Pricing Power (Self) Customers typically rebel against price increases by switching to competing products, but if a...
Economies of Scale (Self) Economies of scale is the cost advantages that Self obtains due to size. The greater the volume, the...
Brand Name (Self) A strong brand name is a major strength of Self. This gives Self the ability to charge higher prices...

Weaknesses

Work Inefficiencies (Self) An inefficient work environment means that Self’s goods and services are not being utilized...
Outdated Technology (Self) A lack of proprietary technology and patents can hurt Self’s ability to compete against rivals…
Customer Service (Self) Weak customer service hurts Self’s reputation and causes customers to flee to competitors, who are...

Opportunities

Online Market (Self) The online market offers Self the ability to greatly expand their business. Self can market to a...
Innovation (Self) Greater innovation can help Self to produce unique products and services that meet customer’s...
Emerging Markets (Self) Emerging markets are fast growing regions of the world that enable Self to quickly expand…

Threats

Intl Competition (Self) International competitors are numerous and difficult to combat, because they can have many...
Political Risk (Self) Politics can increase Self’s risk factors, because governments can quickly change business rules...
Substitute Products (Self) The availability of substitute products hurts Self’s ability to raise prices, because customers can...

Self SWOT Analysis Profile

Additional Information

What is a SWOT Analysis? It is a way of evaluating the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats that affect something. See WikiWealth's SWOT tutorial for help. Remember, vote up the most important comments. Check out WikiWealth's entire database of free SWOT reports or use our SWOT analysis generator to create your own SWOT template.

SWOT Conclusion

Strengths + Opportunities = 6

Threats + Weaknesses = 6

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