Buffalo Wild Wings Swot Analysis Essay

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Buffalo Wild Wings serves an interesting role in the restaurant industry, competing in the narrow niche of sports restaurants. This report will be examining their position in the economy, including a full analysis of their strengths and opportunities, as well as their weaknesses and threats they currently face in the market, known as a SWOT analysis. The ability to build an accurate picture of a company’s standing is an important part of business management. The key topics covered in this particular case are the human resource management (HRM) of Buffalo Wild Wings and the intense competition between the company and its competitor. The Buffalo Wild Wings is mostly recognized for its tagline, “wings, beers, and sports.” It is a place where customers can eat and drink while …show more content…
Buffalo’s top competitors are Dave & Buster’s, Hooters, Wingstop, Baumhower 's, and much more. When comparing Buffalo Wild Wings to its competitors, it shows many strength and weakness that the company has. Mostly, what competitors do to the company can be a big threat to the Buffalo Wild Wings. Recently, Dave & Buster’s has added a new feature to the restaurant. According to Galgani (2016), "Dave & Buster’s is helping boost arcade revenue with the launch of apps featuring mobile versions of its in-store games.” In addition, even though Dave & Buster’s has a less significant amount of restaurants throughout the states compared to Buffalo Wild Wings, the company has “generated a 51% gain in earnings last quarter, outpacing Buffalo Wild Wings 23% rise” (Galgani, 2016). Losing to a competitor is a big threat to Buffalo Wild Wings. Not only the restaurant will lose customers, the investor would sell off the stock and invest in the competitor. Buffalo Wild Wings need to come up with an idea to attract the customers not by relying just on sports image, but something

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