Competitive strategies- how these are vital for volatile makets’ sub-parts

Alicia Morgan

DOI: 10.19085/journal.sijbpg021101

Abstract


Well said by Will Durant - "The future never simply happened. It was made". A business association needs to characterize its aggressive technique to guide and center its future choices, and to increase maintainable upper hand over its adversaries to make the association effective in long run. Authoritative results are the outcomes of the choices made by its pioneers. The system that aides and centers aggressive situating choices is called focused methodology. The reason for focused procedure is to increase practical upper hand over the adversaries. In this article, we will go through the nomenclature and the contextual efficacy of the competitive marketing strategies.

Keywords


Competitive strategies; marketing; SWOT; business planning; competitive advantage

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