Can anyone please give me a SWOT analysis on Sainsburys TU clothing?
- jonny redLv 41 decade agoFavourite answer
Established trader, good customer base, prominent stores, large volumes reduce costs and improves profit.
not seen as a trendy clothing store, trends change could leave large stock surplus,
Large capital base (money) so can change stock quickly to reflect demand
Other large names (Tesco Asda Morrisons) also in competition. Need to constantly track trends.
Hope this helps, John
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- peachesLv 41 decade ago
Strength: it uses bold orange and blue colours so that shop assistants are easily recognisable.
Weakness: it is a little gaudy, and people may feel sorry for the poor shop assistants who have to wear such bright garb...lol, seriously, a weakness is that the trousers are always too short.
I can't really think of any opportunities or threats. Clothing is not much of a business venture so it's hard to analyse.
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strengths are nector cards for customers leading supermarket in the uk ranges of products and services such as sainsbury banks ,online shopping local shops weaknesses cant really think of any weaknesses opportunities more staff threats commpetiton with other supermarkets staff leaving low profit not gaining profit
- confusedLv 61 decade ago
S - cheaper than main high streets maybe?
W - Limited on choice and styles and fashions
O - To give the customer all in one shopping experience
T - Profit
Assuming you mean the clothes they sell not the uniforms they wear