Essays on McDonalds Beefing Company SWOT Analysis Case Study

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The paper "McDonald’ s Beefing Company SWOT Analysis " is a perfect example of a business case study. McDonald Beefing Company in India experienced a tremendous expansion in the year 2001. It expanded its operational market not only in India but also in the global market. In 2003, the company expanded its outlets from 15 to 80, and a sum of Rs 10 billion from Rs 46.50 in 2001. The operation of this company was operational for along with minimal profits (McDonald, et al, 2016). Over the last three years, the company has posted a great achievement in terms of product delivery in the global market.

Despite low returns on sale, Jasia is optimistic and dares to invest more in the infrastructural development plan. Many people wondered about the McDonald’ s investment move yielding low returns from it. A lot of capital of over 30 million was needed for the investment, India offered a low market for these products (demand potential). This made many investors think that McDonald’ s business was not viable. McDonald continued to plan for his business having strengths, weaknesses, opportunities as well as business transformation (McDonald, et al, 2016). QN1.

SWOT ANALYSIS Strength of McDonald’ s Company Increased global demand for their products As a global food powerhouse, McDonald Company has got high demand for its products over other companies. It has widened its market globally whereby it operated more than 30,000 restaurants globally serving 45 million customers in 120 states daily in the year 2000. This has led to the general increment in the demand for its products in the global market (McDonald, et al, 2016). Increased sales of their products The increased demand for McDonald Company products has led to increased sales of their products.

This, in turn, has resulted in a huge rise in their financial base to over US$40.2Billion (McDonald, et al, 2016). Tentatively, it has led to increased production to curb the widened market globally. A stable political will The Indian government is assisting in the provision of capital for the running of the McDonald industry. Sometimes it gives a tax-free leave to the company as well as subsidizing their production process.

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