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    Nike Inc. Generic Strategy & Intensive Growth Strategies

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    Ansoff Matrix of Nike - Ansoff Matrix

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    Ansoff Matrix of Nike

    Nike was established by Bill Bowerman and his student Phil Knight in The first name of the company was Blue Ribbon Sports. The headquarter of the company is located in Beaverton Oregon.
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    In the case scenario it has been provided that Nikes amazing growth came from its business model which has always been based on two functional strategies : a Creation of state of the athletic shoes b Publicizing the quality of the shoes through dramatic guerilla style marketing Since Nike was competing in such an industry which was mature in business life cycle and naturally, there was immense competition to attract and retain the customer in order to increase profitability. However, Nike did not play price wars in that competition since it would reduce profitability for industry and the players in it. Nike, to combat, the competitors followed nonprice competition strategy in order to maintain and increase its market share and profitability.
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