Emaar Properties SWOT Analysis, USP & Competitors

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SWOT Analysis of Emaar Properties with USP, Competition, STP (Segmentation, Targeting, Positioning) - Marketing Analysis

Emaar Properties

Parent Company

Emaar Group

Category

Global property developer and provider of premier lifestyles

Sector

Real Estate

Tagline/ Slogan

Quality lifestlye across the globe

USP

Innovative and high quality real estate development

STP

Segment

Several real estate markets spanning the Middle East, North Africa, pan-Asia, Europe and North America

Target Group

High income group and business corporates

Positioning

Creates value-added, master-planned communities that meet full spectrum of lifestyle needs

SWOT Analysis

Strengths

1. Well diversified portfolio due to focused expansion and diversification strategy
2. Arab world’s biggest listed developer
3. Strong global presence with operations across 36 countries
4. Entered numerous joint ventures to expand its operations

5. Location advantage since Dubai is considered as one of the best locations in the world for real estate investment

Weaknesses

1.Vulnerable to risks of various local economies
2.New limits on loan might reduce demand and operational flexibility

Opportunities

1.Strong signs of recovery in the Dubai property sector
2.Investor Law would make investment more attractive in Dubai
3. Expansion in new markets

Threats

1.Another property bubble
2.Fluctuating interest rates
3.Global economic crisis

Competition

Competitors

1.Majid Al Futtaim Group
2.Nakheel PJSC Company
3.Saudi Binladin Group



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