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Tell Me The Swot Analysis Of Colgate Toothpaste?
Posted by Anonymous on
1/22/2005 at 5:59 AM ET
i want to know the exact position of colgate in indian toothpaste industry.
1/22/2005 at 6:27 AM
Sorry we don't do YOUR home work here.
What you need to do is go to
and start searching for info, then go to supermarket and look at the advertising in store,on tv, on the street.
You might also try contacting the local Colgate office if there is one near you.
here is a S.W.O.T template:
if you cant find the info on google then try
have a nice day
1/23/2005 at 12:53 AM
Search is your friend -- especially since your colleagues have already asked this question multiple times on this site. Try searching for 'colgate' or click here:
Best of luck!
1/24/2005 at 10:48 PM
Buy some Colgate. Try it.
Buy the competitors. Try them.
Now develop a SWOT based on a user's perspective. For Colgate, and for each competitor.
You should end up with a good SWOT, nice clean teeth and fresh breath. You may even get a better mark than lazy students who copy other people's work. at least it will show initiative.
If you can't afford to buy all those tubes of toothpaste, contact the manufacturers or import agents and tell you want some free samples for a product evaluation, they will be glad to oblige.
1/24/2005 at 11:25 PM
Good Suggestion Chirs,
By the way is your question to know the position of colgate as in are the Market leaders or do you want to know their SWOT?
These are two different things you know.
Ans yes as Goggle said we do not do homework here. Try doing a search on goggle you will get faster answere there and may be more knowledge.
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