The Restaurant Industry and Outback Steakhouse Case Study by Top Papers

The Restaurant Industry and Outback Steakhouse
A look at the competition for Outback Steakhouse.
# 143473 | 1,250 words | 8 sources | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Business (Companies) , Business (Marketing)


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Description:

This paper describes a restaurant chain known as Outback Steakhouse. The paper gives an overall introduction to the restaurant's menu and target market. Then it describes the chain's major competitors. According to the paper, the restaurant industry in which Outback Steakhouse competes is highly competitive, and therefore the margins that competitors must rely on are extremely thin and even the smallest market development can be catastrophic.

From the Paper:

"The restaurant industry in which Outback Steakhouse (Outback) competes is highly competitive. Because of this high degree of competitive rivalry the margins that competitors must rely on are extremely thin and even the smallest market development can be catastrophic as Wendy's discovered with the negative publicity it received over the finger in the chili hoax several years ago (No, 2009). Thus, Outback must constantly reassess its strategic profile..."

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