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    fragmented industry. A fragmented industry is one in which there are large amounts of small and medium sized companies. With this industry, the opposite is present. This industry is comprised of a small number of large retail chains that would make the barriers to entry very high due to startup costs and capital investments. Also, economies of scale would make it difficult to enter this industry because…

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    Gender roles, the consumption pattern and the ways in which the culture of a country or population changes and develops. 2. Technological factors: Companies have been affected by information and communication technology (ICT) ICT is lowering the barriers of time and place and opening up opportunities for large global companies ICTs…

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    Introduction Australian manufacturing has undergone massive transformations since the 1960s when it dominated the Australian economy forming 28% of the gross domestic product (GDP), or the total value of goods and services produced by a country over a period of time, until present where it only forms 8% of Australia’s GDP (as of 2010-11) . This decline can be seen as the result of structural changes mainly economic liberalisation, or the lessening of government intervention in the economy, since…

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    Industry environment analysis Threat of new entrants Established businesses are protected from new entrants because of high barriers to enter the market. New entrants will face barriers such as high product differentiation, high capital requirements, economies of scale, switching costs, access to distribution channels, government policies and threat of retaliation (see appendix C) (Gheen et al., 2012). Bargaining power of suppliers The suppliers of the apparel industry are reliant on one major…

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    especially threatening when buyers can easily find substitute products with attractive prices or better quality and when buyers can switch from one product or service to another with little cost. 2. Threat of the entry of new competitors, such as barriers to entry (i.e.…

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    There is aggressive competition to be seen in this industry as this industry has been around for a relatively long time. Rivalry occurs because competitors will either feel the peer pressure or seeing growing in opportunity of the business. The potential competition can be seen from sustainable innovation competitive advantage, price competitions and corporate strategy (Cafferky, 2015). The rivalry between the furniture retailers is viewed as medium to high threat as competitors have been…

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    dominated by large firms that have established distribution channels, governmental relationships, high levels of industry expertise, and understand geopolitical factors and environmental regulations. There are also significant costs associated with exit barriers due to heavy environmental regulations and the costs to decommission machinery. A new company will be…

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    Barriers in effective communication skill have become the main problems in the construction industry. This will cause communication in project team as project manager is failing to communicate with team members and may lead to project failure. There is an article wrote by Eric Garner (1996), he proposed the barriers to effective communication skill consists of physical barriers, perceptual barriers, emotional barriers, interpersonal barriers and language barriers. Nonetheless, there are other…

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    Discuss the barriers that patients experience when accessing health care resources. Barriers are there in all spheres of life especially where services are being offered. In this case, I will discuss about the barriers patients experience while accessing health care services. Below is a list of the barriers: • Language and different levels of literacy skills • Lack of familiarity with the available healthcare systems in place • Gender related factors • Financial issues and problems • Complex…

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    SME’s are an integral part of the global business environment and provide the opportunity for entrepreneurs to succeed in today’s flexible and dynamic environment. There are many barriers which prevent SME’s to internationalise. This literature review will analyse and evaluate the barriers which are critical in a specific industry. The most important corporate strategy for SME’s looking to grow and expand is to internationalise. Due to the advancement of technology through social media and the…

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