Case Study: Askew’s Foods Vs. Wal-Mart.

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Running Head: Case Study: Askew’s Foods Vs. Wal-MartCase Study: Askew’s FoodsVersus Wal-Mart[Document subtitle]
Case Study: Askew’s Foods Vs. Wal-Mart1Answer 1Askew’s Strengths and WeaknessesStrengthsWeaknessesEffective order management systemthrough emails.Proper follow-up of rural homedelivery systemFrozen food lockers and groceriesThe poor structure of its supermarketand general merchandise storesSmall chain stores (Askew's Foods vs.Wal-Mart: Sustainable versus Low-Cost 2011, P.N. 5).Poor efficiency of building long-termrelationship with existing clientsWal-Mart Strengths and WeaknessesStrengthsWeaknessesAdaption of environment-friendlyenvironment structureWell-established BC grocery chainPresence of high-quality productsUse locally produced raw material toprepare final productLess competitive strategies (Askew'sFoods vs. Wal-Mart: Sustainableversus Low-Cost 2011, P.N. 5)Answer 2There are a lot of responses which can be made by Askew's to Wal-Mart's interest in operating astore in Salmon Arm. The first and the foremost response is that the Wal-Mart entry in the newgeographic market will come with a huge influence on supermarket and general merchandise
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