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GTSolar

BAEP 423, USC
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on 30 April 2010

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Transcript of GTSolar

GT Solar Industry analysis marketing Corporate social
responsibility
Location



finance Questions? Thank you! Strategical Imperative Expertees in Emerging Markets
Exploit Our Knowledge
Demand Imperative Growing Demand for Energy
Broaden Market
Tactical Reasons
Tax / Duties
Employees / Brains
Transportation / Infrastucture
Customers Substitutes Suppliers New Entrants Competitiveness World's Largest Companies
Low baragining power
Insufficient Supply More Advanced Technology
High Threat
Boeing: 40% to 16% Tech. Suppliers
Univerities
"Brain Drain" High Entry Costs Recommendations Segmentation B2B Market
Volume Discount
Sales Agents R&D Expenses +
Target China Better
Further Expansion Adam Gyorgy, Ede Borbely, James Mager, Mate Csak Is Solar Power "All Good"? Benefits:
Low CO2 emmissions
Infinitely renewable energy source
Equipment in field is non-reactive Drawbacks:
Employees in production exposed to hazardous materials
Outsourced labor conditions can be regulated more efficiently finally
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