The Strategic Analysis of J D Wetherspoon
The STRATEGIC ANALYSIS is intended to give an
extremely far reaching strategic analysis of
J D Wetherspoon and thereby explore the medium
and long term problems and opportunities for J D Wetherspoon. This provides a vital input to
Corporate Planning and Development.
MEDIUM + LONG TERM STRATEGIC CONSIDERATIONS: Long Term Market & Product Forecast,
Consumption Forecast, Long Range Forecast for Products, Product Growth, Factors for
This section provides a quantitative, narrative and graphic analysis of the many strategic considerations vital to the medium and long term future of J D Wetherspoon.
The data is given as a matrix by Subsidiary, Division, Unit or Market sector.
J D WETHERSPOON STRATEGIC PERFORMANCE
1. Long Term Market & Product Forecast
1. Life Cycles & Stages in the Life Cycle
& Gompertz Analysis
2. Relative Pricing
4. New Products
1.The Market Share
2. Relative Market Shares
3. Nature of the Competitive Situation
4. Perfectness of the Market
1. Long Term Industry Growth
2. Physical Process Considerations
3. Capital Structure & Investment
4. Physical Process & Vertical Integration
5. Marketing & Sales Costs
6. R&D + Process Development Costs
7. Distribution of the Company's Products
8. Market Penetration & The Right Tools for the Job
9. Market Share & J D Wetherspoon
Building, Holding and Harvesting Strategies:-
This section recommends a working plan or document for the critical factors which influence J D Wetherspoon in strategic terms. The data is given as a matrix by Subsidiary, Division, Unit or Market sector.
Medium & Long Term Checklist for J D Wetherspoon:
NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT + PRODUCT SCREENING
The report will provide a fully developed product screening procedure for the future use of readers when evaluating existing products and new product opportunities for J D Wetherspoon.
1. BASE FINANCIAL +
OPERATIONAL FORECAST SCENARIO
Each of the above scenarios contains Forecast Data (to 2028) for J D Wetherspoon which cover the following items:-
Total Sales; Domestic Sales; Exports; Pre-tax Profit; Interest Paid; Non-trading Income; Operating Profit; Depreciation; Trading Profit; Fixed Assets; Intangible Assets; Intermediate Assets; Total Fixed Assets; Stocks; Debtors; Other Current Assets; Total Current Assets; Total Assets; Creditors; Short Term Loans; Current Liabilities; Total Current Liabilities; Net Assets; Shareholders' Funds; Long Term Loans; Long Term Liabilities; Capital Employed; Directors' Remunerations; Employees' Remunerations; Total Employees
New Technology Expenditure; New Physical Process Technology Expenditure; Total Research & Development Expenditure; Plant & Equipment in Use: 0-3 years; Plant & Equipment in Use: 3-6 years; Plant & Equipment in Use: 6-9 years; Plant & Equipment in Use over 9 years old; Plant & Equipment Investment greater than Depreciation; Plant & Equipment Investment Less than Depreciation; Capital Expenditure on Plant & Equipment; Capital Expenditure on Structures; Capital Expenditure on Miscellaneous Items
Return on Capital; Return on Assets; Return on Shareholders' Funds; Pre-tax Profit Margins; Operating Profit Margin; Trading Profit Margin; Assets Utilization; Sales as a ratio of Fixed Assets; Stock Turnover; Credit Period; Creditors' Ratio; Working Capital / Sales; Current Ratio; Quick Ratio; Borrowing Ratio; Equity Ratio; Income Gearing; Total Debt as a ratio of Working Capital; Debt Gearing Ratio; Average Remuneration; Profit per Employee; Sales per Employee; Remunerations / Sales; Fixed Assets per Employee; Capital Employed per Employee; Total Assets per Employee; Exports as a % of Sales Materials & Energy Costs; Payroll Costs; Total Process Costs; Sales Costs; Distribution & Handling Costs; Advertising Costs; After-Sales Costs; Total Marketing Costs; Added Value
Utilization as a measure of Standard Capacity; Relative output of Products of a Superior
Quality as a % of the Total; Product Pricing as a % of the Market Average; New Products as
a % of the Total Output; Index of Comparative Salesforce & Selling Expenditure; Index
of Comparative Advertising Expenditure; Index of Comparative General Promotional
Expenditure; Wholesale Customers; End User Customers; OEM & Manufacturing Customers;
Consumer & End User Customers; Governmental Customers; Non-Specific Customers.
The Market section consists of a long term forecast breakdown giving data for each year to 2028.
Market Consumption & Market Trend figures are
Product Profiles consists of a breakdown giving data for each Product covered in the report.
PRODUCT PROFILES Product
figures are given:-
The PRODUCT SUMMARY section is designed to provide an
overview for each Product or Market Sector in the Long-Term.
MARKETING COSTS: % of Turnover: ~ Sales & selling ~ Handling ~ Advertising ~ After-sales ~ Marketing
INVESTMENT: INVESTMENT % of Turnover ~ New technology investment ~ Process technology investment; PLANT & EQUIPMENT % of Total P&E by Age groups; P&E INVESTMENT % of Companies by Depreciation levels
INDUSTRY FINANCIAL DATA: Profit/ total asset ~ Profit/ sales ~ Sales/ total assets ~ Profit/ capital employed ~ Sales/ employee remunerations ~ Capital employed/ remunerations ~ Sales/ stocks ~ Current ratio ~ Credit taken
INDUSTRY PROFILE: INDUSTRY CONCENTRATION % OF TOTAL REVENUE by Company size ranges
CUSTOMER BASE PROFILE: % OF TOTAL REVENUE Wholesale ~ End User ~ OEM + trade buyers ~ Government ~ Other customers;
COST STRUCTURE: % OF TOTAL REVENUE ~ Payroll ~ Materials ~ Value added;
INVENTORY STRUCTURE: % OF TOTAL REVENUE Total inventory ~ Finished products ~ Work in progress ~ Materials;
CAPITAL EXPENDITURE: % OF TOTAL
Total capital expenditure ~ Plant & equipment ~ Structures ~ Other expenditure.
The Strategic Analysis TABLE OF CONTENTS : VOLUME 3