The Pestle Analysis Of Nokia

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    ab UBS Investment Research Nokia Here we go again… Following negative pre-announcement we downgrade from Buy to Neutral We believe the main issue behind Nokia’s profit warning has been increased pricing pressure in the high-end due to lack of competitive product. We believe investors will be unwilling to put faith in the execution on new devices. We downgrade to Neutral and will revisit when visibility emerges on new products. Do risks still remain on lowered expectations? To reach low-end

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    been slow to adapt its technology and production line to current trends, has given space for other companies to challenge its global dominance, especially in medium-long term. Smartphones are the next step in an extremely turbulent industry where innovation is the key for survival. It is for this reason that Nokia must adapt to continue its expansion for benefit of its different stakeholders. We present an analysis based on three strategic alternatives regarding the Operating System Nokia should

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    Keys and parts 7 Change the volume of a call, song, or video 9 Lock or unlock the keys and screen 9 Insert or remove the SIM card 10 Insert or remove the memory card 12 Charging 13 Antenna locations 15 Attach the wrist strap 16 Headset 16 Switch the device on or off 16 Nokia account and Nokia's Ovi services 17 Copy contacts or pictures from your old device 17 Device set-up 18 Use the in-device user guide 19 Install Nokia Ovi Suite on your PC Explore Nokia's Ovi internet services Ovi by Nokia

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    PESTLE analysis stands for "Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal, and Environment analysis" and it is a business measurement tool, looking at factors external to the organization. It is often used within a strategic SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats analysis). In contrast to a SWOT, PESTLE encourages you to think about the wider environment and what might be happening now and in the future which will either benefit or be of disadvantage to the

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    1.1 Background of Nokia Our group has chosen mobile phone as the product of our group. We choose the brand ‘Nokia’ as it is the most popular and successful product in the market. The reason we choose mobile phone as our product because it a need and not a luxury anymore to all people in the world regardless of age, sex, race and location. Nokia is born in Finland by Fredrik Idestam. A leading player in mobile communications in the world, Nokia first started operations in the early 1980s. It

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    International Management NOKIA Nokia Corporation History Nokia Corporation is a Finnish multinational communications corporation that is headquartered in Keilaniemi, Espoo, a city neighboring Finland's capital Helsinki. Nokia is engaged in the manufacturing of mobile devices and in converging Internet and communications industries, with over 132,000 employees in 120 countries, sales in more than 150 countries and global annual revenue of over €42 billion and operating profit of €2

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    ? | |Social Protection in Peru  | | | Entry Strategy for Nokia Corporation in Peru For entering in any country a company has to do PESTEL analysis of that country. There are many factors in the macro-environment that will affect the decisions of the

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    they have done in the garments industry. In China, foreign firms have gone to the extent of not only financing manufacturing software plants, but multinational firms such as Nokia, Microsoft, GM, Motorola, and Samsung have established over 100 R&D centers as well. That should require a huge labor force to maintain. Considering the fact that Bangladeshis make very good engineers and has always shown high technological potential, this would be just the industry to tap into. The trend has been

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    NOKIA LUMIA 800: Creating revulation: Nokia Lumia 800 has already created a storm in the market within a short span of time since its launch. There are reports of Nokia Lumia 800 phone selling like hot cakes in different parts of the world and many experts are saying that it has already exceeded market expectations. Nokia Lumia 800 is one phone that is expected to create a revolution. Smartphones have their strong following today but users often had to pick between the obvious choices of

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    Log In Sign Up Search Explore distribution channels Source:-http://www.scribd.com/doc/50638214/Nokia-PPT There are three main distribution channels used by Nokia are as follows 1.Using the medium of distributor to superstockist toretailer who sells it to the final consumer 2. Via Nokia’s own stores called the Nokia priority stores. 3. Via organized retail channels like Mobilestore to name a few. Source:- http://www.scribd.com/doc/36106585/Sales-and-Distribution

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS NOKIA AND THE SMARTPHONE INDUSTRY 3 LUMIA 800 3 MARKETING COMMUNICATION AT NOKIA LUMIA 3 MESSAGE STRATEGIES 4 CREATIVE EXECUTIONS 5 EXHIBITS 7 REFERENCES 11 NOKIA AND THE SMARTPHONE INDUSTRY Since1998 Nokia is largest manufacturer of mobile phone in the world and also the 14th world’s most valuable brand in 2011. Recently Nokia has not been performing well in smart phone category and other big players like Samsung, Sony, HTC and others had gained market

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    UI and Home screen functionality. Use the N97 to connect to mobile broadband using WLAN or HSDPA (3.5G). Find directions and locations with the integrated A-GPS and included maps. Additional features include game titles with N-Gage, a 5 mega pixel camera with dual LED flash and automatic geotagging of images and videos. Nokia has announced that the N97 touch screen smart phone is available to U.S. S.W.O.T SWOT analysis is also another way of deciding on a successful marketing scheme, we

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    In 2002 Nokia Mobile Phones was the world’s largest mobile phone producer and had over twice the market share of Motorola, its closest competitor (Financial Times 3-4-2003). In 2002, Nokia’s market share rose for the fifth year to an estimated 38%. Handsets were the main production of the organization, generating almost 80% of sales and 90% of the company’s earnings. In the first quarter of 2003, the mobile phone division of Nokia reported sales of US$5.95billion despite the average selling

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    The PESTLE model consist of a 6 factors Political Factor, Economic Factor, Social Factor, Technological Factor, Environmental Factor, the PESTLE model is use to asses and analyze a firms future environment as a strategic management process [Worthington, I; & Britton, C. 2006;7] with PESTLE companies can plan a long run plan for the future of the company [Schuler, R. and Jackson, S. 2000; 112] so organization would use these external factors to their knowledge, as these factors would be of

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    2.1 Management issues: Nokia has been one of the best companies who have innovatively grown in the telecommunications industry for a while now but this era has seen to be slowly declining because of how the leader of ‘Nokia’ couldn’t cope up with the ever changing market and demand of consumers leading the shares of Nokia to decline. Nokia’s management wasn’t able to move with the changing of demand and invent new product ideas in the market where their competitors invented and reinvented and

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    03/03/2011 Version 1.00 NOKIA´S HUMAN RIGHTS APPROACH Introduction Nokia believes that our core business – connecting people with mobile technology – contributes to the promotion of human rights by enabling and enhancing communication and facilitating economic development. Improved communications provide better opportunities for freedom of expression, and therefore promote civil and political rights as well as economic and social rights. At the same time, we have specific human

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    plastics,thermoplastics and thermosets, arerelevant to mobile handsets and alltypes of electronic devices. The carbonbackbone is not detected in routinemetals analysis, so a bill of material ordisassembly is required to obtain product-specic detail. 5. Price of the product and basis of price fixation Nokia mobile price list in India 2012 with pictures |[pic] |[pic] |[pic] |[pic] |[pic

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    NOKIA burning platform Earlier this week, Engadget published an internal memo written by Nokia CEO Stephen Elop in which he, now famously, likens his company’s situation to that of an oil worker trapped on a burning platform. His only option for survival is to radically change his behavior and jump into the icy waters of the North Sea. A situation Nokia now finds itself in after having made a series of poor decisions. Elop conveys it this way: How did we get to this point? Why did we fall

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    This article is about the telecommunications corporation. For other uses, see Nokia (disambiguation). Nokia | | Type | Julkinen osakeyhtiö (Public) | Traded as | * OMX: NOK1V * NYSE: NOK | Industry | * Telecommunications equipment * Internet * Computer software | Founded | Tampere, Grand Duchy of Finland (1865) incorporated in Nokia (1871) | Founder(s) | * Fredrik Idestam * Leo Mechelin | Headquarters | Espoo, Finland | Area served | Worldwide | Key

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    Welcome to Nokia Support Discussions, our global support community for English speakers since 2005. Have your questions answered and share your own knowledge and experience to help everyone get the best from their Nokia products. Most popular post: Nokia Windows Phone 8 App Updates Most recent post: Re: Calling through Voip. No Call Option in Viber, No Skype App for Calling in Nokia Asha 302. Whats the use of Voip then ? Deutsch Herzlich Willkommen im Nokia Netzwerk, unserer globalen

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    Nokia: The Once and Future (?) King This is a case study I found from the Direct Marketing News. Nokia was still very popular when I was home in the summer of 2009; however, it fell down so hard within a short period after the iPhone came on the market. Nokia made the same mistake as Blockbuster when they responded to Netflix when Netflix initially emerged in the DVD market. Nokia did not consider the iPhone as a threat when Apple initially released its iPhone until it was too late to

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    : References Page 10: References Appendices Introduction This investigation identifies PESTLE factors, combined with entrepreneurial and trend setting initiatives that the Hayloft Restaurant, a small independent business owned by the Dell’anno family in the Caradon district of Cornwall has developed. It also identifies any other organisations and companies who have adopted the practices, or from whom the Hayloft has developed from. Political 1. Tariffs 2. Smoking Ban 3

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    Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats Analysis Strengths The strengths that Nokia could be gaining from the acquisition would be total control of the company, acquiring stock for a minimal price and reducing the overall cost. There are also other factors to include with regards to the acquisition. Nokia could block their major competitors with this acquisition and bring in a higher net project through the acquisition. Whether the acquired firm is left independent or dissolved

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    PESTLE ANALYSIS NOKIA ID NO.: B0039FSFS1112 Political factors All businesses that are tax paying have to abide by the laws of the government. Nokia is a major multi-national corporation that is commonly known for its mobile telephones. This multi-million dollar company has its operations spread out across many countries in the world. Due to its mass span of operation Nokia is forced to accept the rules/legislations of different markets in different countries. If Nokia is able to have a good

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    : Key factors for success 8. Factors specific to competition: Five Forces analysis Suppliers:Low. Nokia being the world leader within the mobile phone market for 14 years has established a rigid supply chain, with many of their suppliers relying on them. Because of this their bargain power is not very high. Consumers:High. Consumer bargaining power is extremely high, with well-informed customers that are looking for innovation and are not afraid to switch brands if something else looks

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    Introduction After conducting a Porter's 5 forces model on Nokia, I felt a PESTLE analysis would analyse the macro environment of Nokia. These are all the external forces that are out of Nokias' control but have a significant effect on how the company operates and the strategic decision they make. This model looks at the Political, Economical, Social, Technological, Legal and Environmental factors relating to Nokia and the industry they operate in. To understand the macro environment more this

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    Executive Summary Nokia’s reign as the world’s biggest seller of mobile telephones is under serious threat from its competitors such Apple and the introduction of new Android based mobile phones. The company fell short in the smartphone era and its position as the number-one phone seller in the global market is under threat. The case study provides a brief analysis of what transpired at Nokia and how the strategy implemented by the management team from the period of the 1990s up to the 2010

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    preloaded games, a colour screen, a radio, a speaking clock and a torch. The phone, Nokia's cheapest, has been available for a few weeks in India and Indonesia and will soon start selling in Europe. Even with its bargain-basement price, the 105 is critical to Nokia's entire handset business. Nokia reported on April 18 that it sold about 11 million fewer mobile phones in the first quarter than analysts had projected, with sales of basic phones plunging 21 per cent to 55.8 million units. A failure to

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    Networks, which provides telecommunications network equipment and services. As of 2012, Nokia employs 101,982 people across 120 countries, conducts sales in more than 150 countries, and reports annual revenues of around €30 billion. By 2012, it was the world's second-largest mobile phone maker in terms of unit sales (after Samsung), with a global market share of 18.0% in the fourth quarter of that year. Now, Nokia only have 3 per cent market share in smart phones. They lost 40 per cent of

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    forma analysis) Particularly for in Nokia’s care, though it has negative net debt due to its high cash balance, the rating agencies did not refer to net debt. Instead, credit ratings are a combination of financial strength and business risk, which due to competitive pressure was high for Nokia. If Nokia gets a downgrade to non-investment grade, it would be harder to raise funds in economic downturns when firms might have a greater need to borrow. Issue equity: • Advantage: Flexible (no legal

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    opportunities such as virtual private network and WIMAX as shown in the right side graph. As a result, more subscribers were attracted and more revenue generated. 2. Nowadays the business is changing form good dominant business to service dominant. Business has evolved to a stage where the product as a good is not enough. Companies strive to change their way of thinking and try to develop new products as a service. Nokia is one of those companies, turning their business from a headset making

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    planning process (for 2013/14), we have considered the key challenges and opportunities facing the UK agriculture and horticulture industry through a PESTLE analysis. (Political, Economic, Sociological, Technological, Legislative and Environmental). Given that the six commodity sectors we work with are affected by the factors listed below to varying extents, we provide a brief description of the impact in the short-term and long-term. This PESTLE analysis is a planning tool (at a single point

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    ) 2 Question 2 (Henry) 3 Question 3 (Himi) 4 Conclusion (Eudora) 5 The case study of Nokia Background As a well-known mobile handset maker in the globe, Nokia occupied a 40 percent market share once. However, with mobile

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    he downfall of Nokia - 11 reasons why they are doing so badly Nokia has been in trouble for some time now – even before Stephen Elop’s leaked memo – and so far things haven’t improved. Here are 11 reasons why. 1. Symbian is a sinking ship - the downfall of Nokia Times have changed and Android and iOS have blown Symbian out of the water. It is still desperately clinging on in some parts of the world but for most it just doesn’t come close to today’s expected level of standard

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    BIRKBECK UNIVERSITY OF LONDON Marketing Analysis Nokia Gabriel Fernando Scherer The Marketing Challenge - FFMN012H4 Neil Coade 18/11/2014 BRIEF HISTORY Nokia is a Finnish company with over a hundred years of history. When funded in 1871 the company used to produce a range of different products, such as tires, boots and cables. In 1967 Nokia merged with the Finnish Cable Networks and the Finnish Rubber, becoming a company dedicated to telecommunications, and was the first company

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    technologies in order to guarantee sustainable growth. After the analysis of the case, I have come up with questions and some easy list view of my following recommendation for Nokia. 1) How can Nokia position itself in developing markets to capture future market share (while maintaining economies of scale)? 2) What must Nokia do to better position their mobile phone business in developed markets? 3) Can Nokia maintain economies of scale in the developed markets? Should it use outsourcing as part

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    ANALYSIS Each market environment is unique despite some similarity, and the PESTLE analysis will help to identify external factors to the organization that could have an impact on Carrefour expansion into China and his associated risks and issues. Outcomes of these analyses will help Carrefour to write his project charter from external factors depicted by Pestle and review constraints. In fact, the Pestle analysis ensures that all potential risks and issues that may hinder the project were

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    Android Blunder-While all the smartphone manufacturers like HTC, Samsung, and Motorola developed smartphones which used Google’s android OS to tackle the Apple iOS, Nokia was rigid and used its outdated OS platform Symbian. Android now owns approximately 80 % of the world smartphone market and if Nokia had introduced android platform on its phones, the story would have been completely different. Thus, while Samsung’s sales saw an exponential increase in 2008, the figures for Nokia remained flat

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    1. Provide a brief background of the company and the industry Background of company: History of company Nokia Company was founded in Finland in year 1865 and was a pioneer manufacturer of pulp and paper. Nokia set up a division to develop design and manufacturing capabilities in data processing, industrial automation, and communications systems in 1967 (Nokia, n.d.). By 1987, Nokia introduced their first handheld phone for GSM, the European standard for digital mobile technology

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    PESTLE is an Environmental Framework used to understand the impact of the external factors on the organization and is also used as strategic analytical technique. PESTLE Analysis is used to examine the current and future state of the industry an organization belongs to. This helps in the strategic planning and gaining the competitive edge over the other firms in that industry. This analysis can not only be used for an organization as a whole but various departments can also be inspected under

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    built to run apps on Nokia phones keep up with the appeal of the simplicity of Android and the aesthetics of iOS, Nokia chose Windows. Which for the most part has been an epic fail as it is buggy, closed up and always a step behind in innovation and creativity. Even with better cameras and imaging, Nokia phones have been slow to adapt, leaving Microsoft (previously Nokia) with a huge gap to catch up with lesser powered cameras on Samsung, iPhone, HTC or newer OEMs like Xiaomi, One+ One, Android One, etc. The race is to the quick, but being innovative and creative in execution also creates unmatched competitive advantage as shown by the first-time-right mastery of Apple

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    1. What have been the keys to Nokia’s global strength? The key to Nokia’s global strength is its ability to know and understand its market. Nokia has a practical understanding of what consumers need, value, and can afford depending on their geographical location and demographics. By providing the right products, features, and price, the firm has successfully built long-term brand value all over the world. In emerging markets, Nokia offers durable, attractive, and affordable cell phones. For

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    What is PESTLE? PESTLE analysis, which is sometimes referred as PEST analysis, is a concept in marketing principles. Moreover, this concept is used as a tool by companies to track the environment they’re operating in or are planning to launch a new project/product/service etc. PESTLE is a mnemonic which in its expanded form denotes P for Political, E for Economic, S for Social, T for Technological, L for Legal and E for Environmental. It gives a bird’s eye view of the whole environment from

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    Brochure More information from http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/2329821/ PESTLE Analysis of China 2012 Description: China’s economy has experienced a strong annual GDP growth rate of 10% during the last five years. It is expected to continue its growth momentum and surpass the US in GDP by 2020. A high rate of savings, abundant and increasingly skilled labor, healthy export business, and potential urban growth is likely to drive the Chinese economy to sustained growth during 2012

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    PESTLE Analysis on the Advertising Agency Saatchi & Saatchi London Political | * Governmental pressure about advertising about dangerous products * Stable political environment in the UK guarantee a safe business in the UK – recent election gave another 4 years of stable planning. Even a change of government wouldn’t affect the business to much * UKs point on the European Union and the upcoming referendum might affect Saatchi & Saatchi in the future though. Due to the

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    as communication solutions. This incident prompted Dhariwal, one half of the logistics team, to develop a recall protocol. Problem Statement Nokia did not have an adequate media plan and reverse logistics capability in place to handle to negative impacts of a potential component recall. Analysis India had a rapidly growing market for mobile phones and Nokia had control of the Indian cell phone market. Nokia had a large distribution network in the country and hundreds of customer care

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    Context Page 1.0 Introduction------------------------------------------------------------------------ Page 3 2.0 The history of the Co-operative Group--------------------------------------- Page 3 3.0 The strategies and reason for the growth in Co-operative---------------- Page 3 4.0 Finding 4.1 The definition of PESTLE Analysis-------------------------------------- Page 4 4.2 Political factor --------------------------------------------------------------- Page 4 4.3

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    ethical behavior in business organizations, journal of business ethics, pp. 233-242 Zorica Srdjevic, Ratko Bajcetic, Bojan Srdjevic 2012, Identifying the criteria set for multicriteria decision making based on PESTLE analysis: A case of reconstructing a water intake structure, Water resources management, pp. 3379-3393

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    Case analysis of Nokia in 2010-Szu-Han Wang Introduction Nokia was formed 140 years ago in Finland and now the company has become the leading mobile manufacturer in more than 120 countries across the globe. The paper presents the detailed analysis of the internal and external business environment of the Nokia Company. Macro environment: Macro environment reflects those factors that are in direct control of the business. PEST analysis completely evaluates the macro environment for Nokia. PEST

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    On June 12, 2009, Finland-based telecom giant, Nokia Corporation (Nokia) launched its Nokia Life Tools (NLT) service in the state of Maharashtra in India. This was a bid to expand its rural base in the country. The service was commercially rolled out after the successful implementation of the pilot program in Maharashtra, in November 2008. The launch of the NLT service marked the increasing accessibility of value-added services (VAS) to rural consumers in India. Targeted at the rural consumers

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