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A SWOT analysis is a framework that identifies the company’s Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats

A SWOT analysis is used to help companies assess the positive and negative aspects of their business so that it can develop a better strategy for future performance. A SWOT analysis can be used when creating a project, product, or service.

Strengths – Refers to the company’s strongest attributes that can be used to its advantage. This can include things such as a strong brand name and a loyal customer base.

Weaknesses – Attributes that can negatively affect performance–for example, weak brand name and lack of capital.

Opportunities – External factors that can be used as an advantage, such as favorable governmental regulations or increasing demand in a new market.

Threats – External factors that can harm results. For example, strong competition or inadequate infrastructure.

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