Definition

Opportunities

Opportunities are external elements that a company may able to exploit to its advantage.

An opportunity is a major favorable situation in a firms environment. Key trends are one source of opportunities. Identification of a previously overlooked market segment, changes in competitive or regulatory circumstances, technological changes, and improved or supplier relationships could represent opportunities for the firm.

Webster Dictionary Meaning

1. Opportunities
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