Use the SWOT Analysis to summarize Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats. Providing this type of analysis helps show your prospect you have a broad understanding of their needs both internal and external to the business. You can expand on each major topic of the analysis using the additional Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats templates. Strengths and weaknesses are internal factors, while opportunities and threats are external factors. Performing a detailed analysis can help you determine a course of action best suited for the client. For more about SWOT Analysis, search the Internet for additional information and tools.
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Writing the SWOT Analysis document
A preliminary SWOT Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities and Analysis of Company names business highlights the following strengths and opportunities that can be further leveraged or exploited as well as pointing out weaknesses and threats to be managed. You can expand on each major topic of the analysis using the additional Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities and Threats templates. Strengths and weaknesses are internal factors while opportunities and threats are external factors. Performing detailed analysis can help you determine course of action best suited for the client. For more about SWOT Analysis search the Internet for additional information and tools. Strengths. Strength #1 Strength #2 Strength #3 A detailed analysis of Company names strengths is included later in the Strengths section.
Weaknesses. Weakness #1 Weakness #2 Weakness #3 A detailed analysis of Company names weaknesses is included later in the Weaknesses section. Opportunities. Opportunity #1 Opportunity #2 Opportunity #3
A detailed analysis of Company names opportunities is included later in the Opportunities section. Threats. Threat #1 Threat #2 Threat #3 A detailed analysis of Company names threats is included later in the Threats section.
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