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Strategic Analysis of eBay

An analysis of the five forces affecting eBay and recommendations from our team on how eBay should change the current strategies of the firm
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Matt Dempsey

on 1 December 2010

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Transcript of Strategic Analysis of eBay

Threat of new entrants Power of buyers Power of Suppliers Substituable products Intensitiy of Rivalry HIGH
Ease of start up
Low cost
Very little equipment
Craig’s List HIGH
Numerous options HIGH
Cost wars
Market share battles
High volume of players MANY
Several options for consumer
Increasingly similar offerings
Not always cost driven High
Numerous Options
 International Expansion Example: China Preserving Core Business Expand and conquer new
markets and channels eBay = Internet Auctions Questions? Thanks! 5 Forces Strengths
Size/Finances/Resources
Data collection on registered buyers/sellers
Paypal
The ebay name itself Weaknesses
Policing fake auctions/scamsshipping
prices(low item price but huge shipping price)
screening content Threats
Google and the like
Risk of failed diversification
New competition O -- China and other emerging markets, new technology (ebay apps etc.), aquisitions (cars.com? things like that)
T -- Google and the like, Risk of failed diversification, New competition
Opportunities
China and other emerging markets
new technology (ebay apps etc.)
aquisitions (cars.com)
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