Nestle Environmental Analysis
The company’s business centre is located in Switzerland. It operates worldwide in the countries of France, Germany and other European countries, Brazil, and Australia. It has five major business partitions which are presented in the table below. Yogurt products, including LC1, are part of the dairy business, a subset of the milk and nutrition businesses.
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This rise in IT spending which concerns the sale of hardwares, software, and related internal and external services, plus telecommunication has improved the efficiency of distribution channels between the seller and the final customer. It also contributed to the enhancement of computer information systems of companies, especially those that operate in an industry that rely deeply on R&D.
* Economic - 1995 was the start of implementing environmental taxes on different sectors of the European economy. These is in view of adjusting revenues in the national budget and in some extent, produce incentives for a behavioural change among citizens by increasing certain product prices. Though it benefited the natural environment, the business environment in Europe was partially flooded with this tax burden. Profits were lessened by the implementation of the new tax.
* Sociocultural – A good diet and adequate food supply, the central for promoting health and well-being, is the focus of every person even these days; whether or not he/she belongs to a the Baby Boomers cohorts generation. Western people tend to value products that incorporate with them healthy benefits. Obviously, these types of goods are preferred more than that of junk foods and its relative products.