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Swot Analysis For A Bakery
Posted by Anonymous on
1/15/2009 at 11:30 AM ET
I need to develope a SWOT analysis for my a bakery that I'm opening (class assignment). what external or internal factors should I look for?
1/15/2009 at 8:05 PM
Look for the factors that are your strengths and weaknesses, the opportunities you see for growth/profitability, things that could happen that will put you in a better position and help you accomplish your goals, and the things that could really stop you from reaching your goals if they come to pass.
Not sure I completely understand what you're asking. If it's YOUR bakery, then who would know better than you what your strengths and weaknesses are, what the opportunities are, and what threats are lurking out there? We don't even know what country you're in, what your business objectives are, etc., etc.
And we don't do homework here.
1/16/2009 at 10:58 AM
I have closed your question and refunded your points. Please read our Important Guidelines before re-posting.
We do not do homework assignments and this looks like a cut and paste of one. What we do, which is far more meaningful -- our experts provide a safe place to test hypotheses and try out ideas.
What I suggest is that you come up with some ideas of you own and then re-post, including those ideas. Our experts can then tell you if you're on the right track, where else to look, or what the next logical step might be.
Carrie (Production Editor)
1/21/2009 at 11:39 PM
Got it. Thanks.
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