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Best Buy

Transcript: · Best Buy was forced to close 50 stores in the past year. · Being able to compete with online stores, while providing hands-on customer service Current Position Determine profitable products · Utilities Stock Price More successful, prominent and stable electronic business! · Monitor productivity level of new stores · Shut down non-profit stores ·Peak price was at $59.00 per share ·Currently at $15.30 per share Mobile Stores, More Profits · Forbes Magazine 2004 "Company of the Year" · 1,400 retail locations with 170,000 employees 2002 March Extensive training to maintain excellent customer service. (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Competitors Big Stores = Big Expenses · Leases expense · Analyze each store's financial position · Convenient locations History Revenue > Costs · Lower expenses = Lower Prices Four Step Process: · Open new mobile stores 2008-2012 · Approximately 40 employees (more during holidays) Results Move products to mobile stores · Mobile stores will be specialized based on buying habits of that geographic area · Insurance · Increase in stock value Profit = Success (cc) image by jantik on Flickr · Products display · Decrease store size = lower overhead costs Transfer knowledgeable staff to mobile stores. (if not close down) Placement Matters Methods of Implementation “Online prices are typically 10% lower than in-store prices”(CNBC, Jan. 2012) Richard Schulze & James Wheeler · Advertisement: Media exposure online and in store · Total costs rise from $38 billion in 2008 to $52.5 billion in 2012 · 1.2 billion loss in last fiscal year ·Downsizing is essential Best Buy's Income Statement

Best Buy

Transcript: Billion-dollar company Where they stand and what they offer In 1990, Best Buy eliminated commissions for standalone sales people, but retained bonuses for management and supervisors. In 1992, Best Buy hit the $1 billion mark in annual revenues. In 1994, Best Buy expanded to the Maryland and Virginia markets. In 1997, Best Buy became the first national retailer to sell DVD hardware and software. Richard. M. Schulze founded Sound of Music in 1966 which later became Best Buy and was the first CEO of it. Many other CEO's have come and gone but the most recent is G. Mike Mikan . In 1966, Richard M. Schulze and business partner Gary Smoliak opened Sound of Music, an audio specialty store, in Saint Paul, Minnesota In 1967, Sound Of Music acquired Kencraft Hi-Fi Company and Bergo Company. Two additional Sound of Music stores were opened near the University of Minnesota and in downtown Minneapolis. The Sound of Music ended its first year with gross sales of $173,000 (USD). On June 14, 1981, a tornado hit the Roseville, Minnesota store. Sound of Music responded with a "Tornado Sale," (with the sale promoted as a "Best Buy") and it became an annual event. In 1983, Sound of Music's board of directors approved a new corporate name: Best Buy Co., Inc What They Offer Best Buy is currently rank 53 in the fortune 500 and they are making a climb to the top. Best Buy offers a lot to the society they have one of the best customer services and they offer just a wide verity of product there if you need anything electronic that is definitely the place to go. The CEO The Best Buy Headquarters is located in Richfield Minnesota. Best Buy has gone international so there are approximately twelve hundred stores in the Best Buy arsenal at this moment. There will be more to come. Business Headquarters Best Buy sells consumer electronics as well as a wide variety of related merchandise such as computers, software, video games, music, DVDs, Blu-ray discs, mobile phones, digital camera, car stereos and video cameras, as well as home appliances (washing machines, dryers, and refrigerators), in a non-commissioned sales environment. Each store also includes installation of car audio and video equipment, on-site installation services, as well as a Geek Squad "precinct" for computer repair and warranty service and accidental service plans. Best Buy By: Miles Davis 21st Century Office The History

PowerPoint Game Templates

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Best Buy

Transcript: Porter's Five Forces Threat of New Entrants Bargaining Power of Suppliers MAP Bargaining Power of Customers Threats of Substitutes Rivalry Among Competitors Strengths History Founded in 1966 by Richard Schultz Headquartered in Richfield, MN Fortune Ranking 2010 revenues = $45 billion - A gain of $1 billion over 2010 #32 "Most bank for the Buck" #34 in # of employees Statistics Customer Service 24/7 Availability Phone Buy Back Program Geek Squad Competitive Pricing Evnironmentally Friendly International Presence Weaknesses Higher prices for computer services Customer Service Low Margin Products Cultural Adaptability Legal Problems Opportunities Offering more to customers Partnerships Expanding Product Lines Loyalty programs Music Other markets New Locations Going Greener Threats Competitors - Brick & Mortar Changes in Consumer Buying Habits Competitors Online Technology Costs are Decreasing Advances in Streaming Technology Continuing State of Economy Political & Social Upheavals Green Power Purchaser Limited by Capital Geek Squad Cars Wide Selection of Appliances & Electronics Best Buy specializes in TVs, gaming consoles, & computers Local retailers & Shop Local Movements "Future Proof" Technology Recycling Program for Customers Hold 21% of Market Ranked 45 in 2010 Organics Electric Vehicle Chanrging stations Consumer Expenditures Fuel Prices High Standard of work Online Shopping Utilizes Renewable Resources Increased Pressure to Turnover Inventory Best Buy neglected China's national condition following their European & American business models Discretionary Income Increase in Competition, decreasing pricing More cell phone carriers Movies on Demand Increased Shipping Costs Electric Scooters with GE TechForward Lawsuit Increased Comparision Shopping Looking to expand to Asia & Latin America Taylor Variety of Services Online Games/Movies Price Match Guarantee Competitive Advertising Fender Over 155,000 employees B2C Like Niche Markets are popping up in new & different categories Phone service wait times can be as high as 40 minutes Brand Loyalty Increased Use of Technology Virus & Software removal costs from $200-$300 Price Matching Programs Locations in Canada, China, Europe & China Connecticut Attorney General Minimum Advertised Pricing Preloading more software Inflation Improving Loyalty Programs Little bargaining power over pricing Specialty retailers Stand-alone Geek Squad Locations High Unemployment

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