Retail Clothing in South Africa Research Paper by Knoffel

Retail Clothing in South Africa
An industry analysis of competitive advantage in the South African clothing retail environment.
# 59134 | 10,408 words | 22 sources | MLA | 2002 | GB


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The purpose of this paper is to practice critical analytical skills using strategic management tools. Some of those tools include the application of Porter's Five Forces Model (1998), Porter's Generic Strategies (1998), Slack's (2001) Five Performance Objectives and the Importance Performance Matrix as used by Martilla and James. In the application of the above-mentioned tools and others, the clothing retail industry is selected for this particular study. Four retail chains, namely Mr Price Weekend, Pep Stores, Edgars and Levi-Strauss, are selected and investigated using the above-mentioned tools. The key rationales for selecting the above chains is to fulfill the requirement that the retail chains be easily accessible and are able to be visited by the syndicate group members.

Outline
Synopsis
Introduction
The Retail Industry Within the Macro Economical Framework
Porter's Five Forces Model of Industry Structure
Corporate Profiles
Research
Limitations of The Research
Conclusion and Recommendations
Reference
Appendix A Geographical Representation of Sample Stores
Appendix B Tabulated Results of Organizations

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