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  • MARKETING ENVIRONMENT CREATED BY: KABU PP 200922177
  • There are two kinds of environment: I. MICRO – Controllable [ Internal ] II. MACRO – Uncontrollable [ External ] In micro environment: a) b) c) d) e) Suppliers Market Intermediaries Customers Competitors Public
  • A – Grab the ATTENTION I – Generate the INTEREST D – Arose DESIRE A – Lead to ACTION SWOT ANALYSIS: S – STRENGTH W – WEAKNESS O – OPPORTUNITIES
  • Introduction to Business Environment  Business environment consist of all those factors that have a bearing on the business. The term 'business environment implies those external forces, factors and institutions that are beyond the control of individual business organizations and their management and affect the business enterprise.
  •  These forces are customer, creditors, competitors, government, socio-cultural organizations, political parties national and international organizations etc. some of those forces affect the business directly which some others have indirect effect on the business.
  • Features of business environment    Totality of external forces: Business environment is the sum total of all things external to business firms and, as such, is aggregative in nature. Specific and general forces: Business environment includes both specific and general forces. Specific forces affect enterprises in their day-to-day working. General forces have impact on all enterprises and affect an individual firm only indirectly.
  •  Dynamic nature: Business environment is dynamic in that it keeps on changing whether in terms of technological improvement, shifts in consumer preferences or entry of new competition in the market.  Uncertainty: Business environment is largely uncertain as it is very difficult to predict future happenings, especially when environment changes are taking place too frequently as in the case of information technology or fashion industries. 
  • TYPES OF ENVIRONMENT On the basis of the extent of intimacy with the firm , the environmental factors may be classified into different types- internal and external.
  • INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT The internal environment is the environment that has a direct impact on the business. Here there are some internal factors which are generally controllable because the company has control over these factors. It can alter or modify such factors as its personnel, physical facilities, and organization and functional means, like marketing, to suit the environment.
  • A) VALUE SYSTEM The value system of the founders and those at the helm of affairs has important bearing on the choice of business, the mission and the objectives of the organization, business policies and practices.
  • C) Management structure and nature  The structure of the organization also influences the business decisions. The organizational structure like the composition of board of directors , influences the decisions of business as they are internal factors . The structure and style of the organization may delay a decision making or some other helps in making quick decisions.
  • EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT It refers to the environment that has an indirect influence on the business. The factors are uncontrollable by the business. There are two types of external environment:
  • Micro Environment The micro environment is also known as the task environment and operating environment because the micro environmental forces have a direct bearing on the operations of the firm. a)Suppliers An important force in the micro environment of a company is the suppliers, i.e., those who supply the inputs like raw materials and components to the company.
  • Customer The major task of a business is to create and sustain customers. A business exists only because of its customers. Marketing Intermediaries The marketing intermediaries include middlemen such as agents and merchants that help the company find customers or close sales with them. financers The financers are also important factors of internal environment.
  • Macro Environment Macro environment is also known as General environment and remote environment. Macro factors are generally more uncontrollable than micro environment factors. When the macro factors become uncontrollable , the success of company depends upon its adaptability to the environment.
  • Economic Environment Economic environment refers to the aggregate of the nature of economic system of the country, business cycles, the socio-economic infrastructure etc. Social Environment The social dimension or environment of a nation determines the value system of the society which, in turn affects the functioning of the business. Sociological factors such as costs structure, customs and conventions, mobility of labor etc. have far-reaching impact on the business.
  • Technical Environment The business in a country is greatly influenced by the technological development. The technology adopted by the industries determines the type and quality of goods and services to be produced and the type and quality of plant and equipment to be used.
  • Analyzing a Company’s External Environment Screen graphics created by: Jana F. Kuzmicki, Ph.D. Troy State University-Florida and Western Region
  • “Analysis is the critical starting point of strategic thinking.” Kenichi Ohmae “Things are always different--the art is figuring out which differences matter.” Laszlo Birinyi
  • Fig. 3.4: Weapons for Competing and Factors Affecting Strength of Rivalry
  • Competitive Pressures: Collaboration Between Sellers and Buyers   Partnerships are an increasingly important competitive element in business-to-business relationships Collaboration may result in mutual benefits regarding   Order processing  Electronic invoice payments   Just-in-time deliveries Data sharing Competitive advantage potential may accrue to sellers doing the best job of managing seller-buyer partnerships
  • Example: Strategic Group Map of Selected Retail Chains
  • Q #6: What Are the Key Factors for Competitive Success?  KSFs are those competitive factors most affecting every industry member’s ability to prosper. They concern       Specific strategy elements Product attributes Resources Competencies Competitive capabilities that a company needs to have to be competitively successful KSFs are attributes that spell the difference between Profit and loss  Competitive success or failure 
  • Q #7: Does the Outlook for the Industry Present an Attractive Opportunity?  Involves assessing whether the industry and competitive environment is attractive or unattractive for earning good profits  Under certain circumstances, a firm uniquely well-situated in an otherwise unattractive industry can still earn unusually good profits  Attractiveness is relative, not absolute  Conclusions have to be drawn from the perspective of a particular company
  • Nature of Competition  Monopoly  Duopoly  Monopolistic competition  Oligopoly
  • Internal Environment  Refers to all the factors that are within an organization which impart strengths or cause weaknesses of strategic nature.  Controllable factors. These include:  Value system  Mission and Objectives  Management Structure and Nature
  • Components of Internal Environment  Human Resources  Company Image and Brand Equity  Other Factors  Physical Assets and Facilities  R & D and Technological Capabilities  Marketing Resources  Financial Resources
  • External Environment  Includes all factors outside the organization which provide opportunities or pose threats to the organization.  Uncontrollable factors.  Consists of Micro and Macro environment.
  • Micro Environment  “It consists of the factors in the company’s immediate environment that affect the performance of the company”.
  • Overview of Business Environment MACRO ENVIRONMENT ECONOMIC Environment MICRO ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS Internal Environment TECHNOLOGICAL FACTORS Values, Mission & Objectives. Human Resources, Co. Image & Brand Equity DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS MARKETING INTERMEDIARIES Non - Economic Environment SOCIAL CULTURAL FACTORS
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