environmental analysis

environmental analysis
/ɪnvaɪrənˌment(ə)l ə'næləsɪs/ noun
analysis of factors outside an organisation such as demography or politics, in order to make strategic planning more effective
Our environmental analysis must cover all the countries we sell in.
Environmental analysis made clear that some markets were too unstable to enter.

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