TESLA SWOT ANALYSIS 2019

Introduction: CONTENTSTRENGTHSWEAKNESSESOPPORTUNITIESTHREATSCONCLUSION Company Tesla Motors. Industry Automobiles. Other Industries served Solar Energy. CEO Elon Musk. Founded 2003. Headquarters Palo Alto, California, United States. Net Revenue (2018) $21.46 Billion Net Loss (2018) $976.1 Million Number of Employees (2018) 48,817 Main Market United States Tesla is seeing faster growth  in 2019. Apart from increased sales of its … Read moreTESLA SWOT ANALYSIS 2019

Lenovo SWOT Analysis 2019

Read a Detailed SWOT Analysis of Lenovo for 2019 Lenovo is  a leading personal computing brand based in China that has achieved fast growth within a small period. Apart from impressive growth in market share, Lenovo has also seen its revenue growing faster. In FY 2018-19, its net revenue grew above $50 billion for the first … Read moreLenovo SWOT Analysis 2019

SWOT Analysis of Volkswagen

Volkswagen AG SWOT Analysis #INTRODUCTION After a tumultuous 2015, Volkswagen set new records in 2016. The Diesel scandal had a bitter effect on the brand’s reputation and business and 2016 was an year of realignment when the businesses set new goals before itself and formulated a strategy for a new direction. Even amid fierce competition … Read moreSWOT Analysis of Volkswagen

Coca Cola SWOT 2016 (Strengths and weaknesses)

COCA COLA SWOT ANALYSIS (2016) with infographics

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Coca Cola SWOT (Introduction) – Coca Cola (NYSE:KO), the beverage giant is a global brand with a strong brand image. The iconic Coca Cola logo and its popular drinks are a familiar scene in every part of the world. Despite the heavy competition from Pepsi, it has sustained its position as the leading beverage brand. Its diverse product portfolio and distinct marketing strategy have made it an industry leader. For years, its products have enjoyed high popularity for their unique flavors. However, the recent global financial turmoil and a strengthening dollar affected its profits. Another major challenge facing Coca Cola is  the changing consumers’ preference.  More and more customers are adopting healthier drinks in place of Soda. Coca Cola recently adopted some strategic changes, adding more low calorie products to its portfolio. It seems bullish about the year ahead and is ready to take the challenge. This year, Coca Cola ranks at the 62nd position on the Fortune 500 list, 18 ranks below Pepsico. Its closest rival is at the 44th rank.

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