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Porter&apos;s Five Forces<br />Assessing the Balance of Power in a Business Situation<br />Presented By:<br />Vishal Budhr...
<ul><li>History
Introduction
Objective
Detailed Study
Conclusion
Bibliography  </li></ul>             Content <br />
Michael E. Porter <br /><ul><li>Born in 1947.
Professors in Harvard Business School.
 Introduced Porter's 5 Forces Model.
Written 18 books & over 125 Articles.</li></ul>Author, Management Consultant<br />
New Entrants<br />Threat of Substitution<br />Supplier Power<br />Rivalry among<br />Competitors<br />Buyer Power<br />
Objectives of Porter’s Model<br /><ul><li>External Influence
Competitive Strategy
 Inside feel of Market
Analyzing market Mix.</li></li></ul><li>Economies of Scale<br />Product Differentiation<br />Capital Requirements<br />Acc...
Rivalry among<br />Competitors<br /><ul><li>Equally Balanced Competition
Slow Growth Industry
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    1. 1. Porter&apos;s Five Forces<br />Assessing the Balance of Power in a Business Situation<br />Presented By:<br />Vishal Budhraja<br />Devendra Singh<br />Anurag Yadav<br />Avinash Vastani<br />Vaibhav Purwar<br />
    2. 2. <ul><li>History
    3. 3. Introduction
    4. 4. Objective
    5. 5. Detailed Study
    6. 6. Conclusion
    7. 7. Bibliography </li></ul> Content <br />
    8. 8. Michael E. Porter <br /><ul><li>Born in 1947.
    9. 9. Professors in Harvard Business School.
    10. 10. Introduced Porter's 5 Forces Model.
    11. 11. Written 18 books & over 125 Articles.</li></ul>Author, Management Consultant<br />
    12. 12. New Entrants<br />Threat of Substitution<br />Supplier Power<br />Rivalry among<br />Competitors<br />Buyer Power<br />
    13. 13. Objectives of Porter’s Model<br /><ul><li>External Influence
    14. 14. Competitive Strategy
    15. 15. Inside feel of Market
    16. 16. Analyzing market Mix.</li></li></ul><li>Economies of Scale<br />Product Differentiation<br />Capital Requirements<br />Access to Distribution Channels<br />Government Policy<br />New Entrants<br />Threat of New Entrants<br />
    17. 17. Rivalry among<br />Competitors<br /><ul><li>Equally Balanced Competition
    18. 18. Slow Growth Industry
    19. 19. High fixed Cost
    20. 20. High Storage Cost
    21. 21. Switching Cost
    22. 22. Product Differentiation
    23. 23. High exit Barriers </li></li></ul><li>Market share of organised Sector in INDIA<br />Market share of organised Sector in INDIA<br />
    24. 24. Example:<br />Electronic security systems in place of security guards<br />Fax machines in place of overnight mail delivery<br />Threat of Substitute<br />Threat of Substitution<br />Keystoevaluatesubstituteproducts:<br /><ul><li>Switching costs
    25. 25. Buyer inclination to  substitute </li></li></ul><li>Power of Buyer<br />Buyer groups are likely to be powerful if:<br /> Bargaining Credit period<br /> Brand identity <br /> Product differentiation <br /> Threat of backward integration <br />Customers are concentrated, large or buy in volume .<br />Buyers face few switching costs<br />Buyer Power<br />Buyer has full information<br />
    26. 26. Exponential Increase in demand Bottled Water<br />
    27. 27. Power of Supplier <br />Supplier Power<br />Suppliersare likely to be powerful if:<br /><ul><li>Supplier concentration
    28. 28. Importance of volume to supplier
    29. 29. Differentiation of inputs
    30. 30. Impact of inputs on cost or differentiation
    31. 31. Switching costs of firms in the industry
    32. 32. Presence of substitute inputs
    33. 33. Threat of forward integration
    34. 34. Cost relative to total purchases in industry </li></li></ul><li>Age Distribution <br />
    35. 35. Food Choice by Generation <br />FOOD<br />WATER<br />
    36. 36. Conclusion<br />
    37. 37. WWW.Censusindia.gov.in<br />WWW.Bottledwater.in<br />WWW. Wikipedia .com<br />Competitive advantage by Michael Porter. <br /> Bibliography<br />
    38. 38. Any Question<br />
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