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What Is The Swot For A Wedding Planning Company?
Posted by Anonymous on
1/10/2005 at 11:00 PM ET
What are some suggestions for a SWOT analysis when starting a Wedding Planning Company?
1/10/2005 at 11:34 PM
Tammy, are you starting a wedding planning company? Or is this a homework assignment for a marketing class?
1/11/2005 at 12:50 AM
Okay, I moved it to the correct category for you.
You should visit the
It's not likely that someone will do your assignment for you here. Try this instead:
Add a comment telling us what you've done so far on your SWOT analysis, or at least describe where you are struggling with it. The Experts like to offer assistance only to students who demonstrate that they've put some effort into it already! :]
If you're not willing or able to take those steps, then you can close this question now and save your points to use when you've got a more appropriate question to post.
1/11/2005 at 1:37 AM
here is a swot template:
read it, understand it, then do it .
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