picture # 2  please define and explain each quadrant and each member of the group should pin in one pictures of fashion oriented products  for each  quadrant. 2. please identify ten other strategies ( such as joint ventures, combinations, M & A, forward and backward integrations ) that may help close the strategic gap between the forecasted sale growth and the actual performance. Each member of the group should pin in one  example from fashion oriented companies.

picture # please define and explain each quadrant and pin in pictures of fashion oriented products for each quadrant.

Other Strategies Cont. Strategic Alliance: A partnership formed to create competitive advantage on a worldwide basis.  Licensing: Trade arrangement where one company allows another company to use its company name, products,brands, etc. in exchange for a fee.  Franchising: A form of licensing where a company agreed to provide a franchisee a name, logo, etc. in return for a financial commitment and the agreement to conduct business in accord with the franchiser's standard of operation (Josie…

Other Strategies Cont. Strategic Alliance: A partnership formed to create competitive advantage on a worldwide basis. Licensing: Trade arrangement where one company allows another company to use its company name, products,brands, etc. in exchange for a fee. Franchising: A form of licensing where a company agreed to provide a franchisee a name, logo, etc. in return for a financial commitment and the agreement to conduct business in accord with the franchiser's standard of operation (Josie…

Other Strategies (Cont) Competitive Market Analysis: A rigorous and regular approach to competitive position, direction, and strengths and weaknesses can help senior executives identify gaps and opportunities.  Market Segmentation: Segmenting markets, targets and opportunities can yield greater clarity and more specific relevance for a company and its offerings. (Josie Barbosa)

Other Strategies (Cont) Competitive Market Analysis: A rigorous and regular approach to competitive position, direction, and strengths and weaknesses can help senior executives identify gaps and opportunities. Market Segmentation: Segmenting markets, targets and opportunities can yield greater clarity and more specific relevance for a company and its offerings. (Josie Barbosa)

Other Strategies Cont.  Backward Integration: Type of vertical integration in which a consumer of raw materials acquires its suppliers, or sets up its own facilities to ensure a more reliable or cost-effective supply of inputs.  Mergers and Acquisitions: Area of banking or financing that deals with funding of acquisitions, mergers, and takeovers.  (Josie Barbosa)

Other Strategies Cont. Backward Integration: Type of vertical integration in which a consumer of raw materials acquires its suppliers, or sets up its own facilities to ensure a more reliable or cost-effective supply of inputs. Mergers and Acquisitions: Area of banking or financing that deals with funding of acquisitions, mergers, and takeovers. (Josie Barbosa)

Other Strategies:   Joint Venture: New firm formed to achieve specific objectives of a partnership like temporary arrangement between two or more firms.   Combination: A combination strategy is a resource used by corporations or businesses to further their identified business goals at the same time.   Forward Integration: A business strategy that involves a form of vertical integration whereby activities are expanded to include control of the direct distribution of its products.  (Josie…

Other Strategies: Joint Venture: New firm formed to achieve specific objectives of a partnership like temporary arrangement between two or more firms. Combination: A combination strategy is a resource used by corporations or businesses to further their identified business goals at the same time. Forward Integration: A business strategy that involves a form of vertical integration whereby activities are expanded to include control of the direct distribution of its products. (Josie…

Partnership is one of the strategies for closing the strategic gap. A partnership agreement sets out the terms and conditions of the relationship between the partners, including: -Percentages of ownership and distribution of profits and losses; - Description of management powers and duties of each partner; -Term (length) of the partnership; - How the partnership can be terminated;- How a partner can buy his/her share of the partnership. Example: Paul Smith and ImagineX Group (E.Klokovskaya)

Partnership is one of the strategies for closing the strategic gap. A partnership agreement sets out the terms and conditions of the relationship between the partners, including: -Percentages of ownership and distribution of profits and losses; - Description of management powers and duties of each partner; -Term (length) of the partnership; - How the partnership can be terminated;- How a partner can buy his/her share of the partnership. Example: Paul Smith and ImagineX Group (E.Klokovskaya)


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