Amazon.com

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  • Amazon's Mission Statement In The Amazon Company: Jeff Bezos

    Moreover, attractive prices, customer satisfaction, and convenience and reliability that Amazon.com offers are real. Therefore, the offered mission statement is an actual working document and not a public relation statement that declares company’s claims, which are not supported by…

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  • Amazon Inc. Business Analysis

    Introduction Amazon.com Inc. is unquestionably the largest e-commerce retailer in the world today; yet, what made Amazon.com Inc. transcend from a “good” business that sold books online to the “great” business that it is today? To begin we must understand that which determines if a business is “good” or “great”. In his book Good to great: Why some companies make the leap and others don’t author Jim Collins defines greatness in terms of a business as the ability of a company to average cumulative…

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  • Amazon Porter's Five Forces Analysis

    It is believed that the threat of new entrants is low in the online retailing market. With the help of technology progression, it is easy for investors to set up e-business by only a few clicks nowadays. However, setting up an e-business platform which is as big as Amazon.com is difficult. In order to be comparable to Amazon.com, investors have to cooperate with numerous suppliers, such as electronic devices, personal-care products and Music providers. To achieve it, a large amount of capital is…

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  • Analyze Walmart And Amazon, Using The Competitive Forces And Value Chain Case Study

    SAHIL, ALTAMAS, SHERLIN Case Study Questions 10-15 – Analyze Walmart and Amazon.com, using the competitive forces and value chain models. WALMART & AMAZON Competitive Forces 1. Traditional Competitors: In this case Walmart number one competitor would be Amazon because Amazon is the world’s largest e-commerce retailer. No other retailer can match Amazon breadth of selection which is low prices and fast reliable shipping. It is also known as the “Walmart…

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  • Aliibaba Case Study

    Alibaba.com is an e-commerce service that focuses on B2B e-commerce to connect various types of small and medium enterprises. Thus, their efforts could be developed to be able to glance up outside China. The Company established the Alibaba Group Jack Ma has become one of the world giant companies who gain success. Hilt is the time of the initial public offering to the public (IPO) on Saturday (09/20/2014) local time, the official Alibaba shares traded on the New York Stock Exchange USA (NYSE).…

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  • Amazon Strategy

    constantly on the rise as newer, more useful technology is created on a daily basis. The company is always ahead of the competition and has even spread out into the realm of majorly competing with Apple and Google; making sure they are viewing each valuable aspect in the industry. Amazons’ main investment in themselves is the newest technology and data analytics (Thomson, 2012). It is this focus that allows Amazon to operate differently than their competitors (Thomson, 2012). Amazon.com…

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  • Borders Group Case Study

    Because of this, Borders Group launched an aggressive cost reduction initiative, and announced that it planned to reduce expenses by $120 million singularly in 2009 (Forbes.com). In 2008, Borders Group secured a $42.5 million loan from Pershing Square Capital Management to provide some relief (Ann Arbor News). Moreover, Borders Group closed a total of 264 stores in 2009 and 2010 as stated in the group’s chapter 11 filing. Borders Group also reduced its full-time workforce by 5,600 and part-time…

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  • Business: A Case Study Of Amazon's Business Model

    The current CEO and Chairman, Jeffrey P. Bezos launched Amazon.com in 1994 to serve the people as an online bookstore. Today, Amazon is the most customer-centric company and the world’s highest-earning online retailers with the projection of $107 billion in revenue in 2015 (Amazon’s report 2015). With the workforce of more than 230,800 employees, the company headquarters in Seattle, Washington, and is listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the symbol “AMZN” (Amazon’s report 2015). Initially,…

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  • PEST Analysis: Gap Inc.

    PEST Analysis Political There is a stable political environment in United State, and less barriers to restrict the market expansion of GAP Inc., so it can expand its business in local area conveniently. Moreover, sales tax has also applied to online shopping website in 2017 such as Amazon. Some parts of the products of GAP Inc. such as clothes, accessories, shoes etc. have sold in Amazon.com, and therefore the customers may select to purchase from the official online website of GAP Inc. after…

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  • What Is Amazon's E-Commerce Strategy

    Amazon.com is an e-commerce company, based in Seattle, Washington (USA). Although the company began selling books, now actually markets a wide range of products, including music, video, clothing, toys, jewelry, electronics and more. Besides operating in the United States, it has websites in other markets Canada, France, Germany, Japan and the UK. It has about 26 million customers and is part of the Fortune 500 (Bezos et al: 2000). Its nature as part of the book distribution industry changed…

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