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Strengths are internal conditions - skills, aptitudes and aspects - that enable your social enterprise to effectively deliver products or services based on your customers' needs. Strengths enable your social enterprise to distinguish itself from its competitors as well as block their attempts to imitate your products or services. Examples of strengths include skilled staff, a good reputation, or access to particular resources.
Weaknesses are internal conditions that can lead to poor performance. Examples of weaknesses include obsolete technology or equipment, poor quality control, or weak managerial skills.
Opportunities are current or future conditions in an environment that a social enterprise might be able to turn to its advantage. An example of an opportunity is an increase in consumer awareness of cause-related businesses that might offer a marketing opportunity. Or a change in procurement laws might be an opportunity for a social enterprise to expand its market.
Threats are current or future conditions that might harm a social enterprise. A change in health and safety regulations that required protective packaging on food products or pharmaceuticals might threaten production methods, packaging technology, and invariably cost.
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