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Comparative SWOT & Strategy Focus - 2014-2017 - World's 5 Leading Business Jet Manufacturers - Gulfstream, Bombardier, Dassault, Cessna, Embraer

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Comparative SWOT & Strategy Focus - 2014-2017 - World's 5 Leading Business Jet Manufacturers - Gulfstream, Bombardier, Dassault, Cessna, Embraer's-5-Leading-Business-Jet-Manufacturers---Gulfstream-Bombardier-Dassault-Cessna-Embraer.html

Global Business Aviation Industry Treading Steadily on Recovery Path:-

The global business aviation Industry continues to recover steadily spearheaded by the large-cabin, long-range aircraft segment which accounted for almost 41% of the shipments in 2013 and registered record aircraft deliveries at a tremendous year on year growth rate of 18%. The light jets segment, on the contrary, continued with its contraction trend in 2013. However, the global business aviation industry is poised to register further growth and gain significant momentum over medium term with steadily improving global macroeconomic conditions & economic recovery underway across the United States & European Union and significant economic growth being registered by emerging markets led by China is likely to give a significant fillip to demand for new business jets.

Varied Strategy Focus & Variable Impact of Industry Bifurcation across OEMs:-

The strategy focus across business jet makers has varied considerably with the clear bifurcation of the market amongst two distinct segments over recent years with the heavy jets segment witnessing significant demand growth while light jets segment continues to take a beating which has had variable impact on industry OEMs. Thus, industry OEMs with their product portfolio concentrated & positioned in the upper half of the price & performance spectrum; dominated by Gulfstream & Bombardier followed by Dassault; are strategically positioned to harness these tailwinds effectively while those in the lower half face themselves to be in a significantly disadvantageous position.

Introduction of New Aircraft Programs by OEMs featuring Cutting-Edge Technologies- a Key Demand Driver & Growth Catalyst:-

Additionally, introduction of new aircraft programs by industry OEMs featuring cutting-edge technologies that include: incorporation of enhanced & synthetic vision, latest radar systems providing enhanced situational awareness, advanced aerodynamics driving performance capabilities, incorporation of latest fuel efficient engines featuring a high bypass ratio & usage of other material science innovations and integration of onboard prognostics & diagnostics capabilities for aircraft as well as engines transpiring into enhanced aircraft performance, safety & operating economics that have been a stimulant & catalyst for driving replacement demand.

Opening of Chinese Low-Altitude Airspace & Civil Aviation Reforms - Potential Window of Opportunity:-

Further, strong economic growth momentum in China with the GDP sustaining a 7%+ growth rate & the opening as well as expansion of Chinese low-altitude airspace by the Chinese civil aviation authorities & the pursuit of proposed civil aviation reforms are likely to give a significant boost to the civil aviation sector with China projected to catapult itself to become the world's third largest market for business jets over the next decade which is likely transpire into a significant growth opportunity for industry OEMs, especially, with respect to the light jet segment that has been impacted severely over the years.

Report Overview & Rationale: Strategic Insights based on a Comparative SWOT Framework Analysis:-

The report provides a Comprehensive & Insightful Comparative SWOT Framework Analysis and analysis of key growth strategies & plans for the leading 5 industry OEMs in the global business aviation industry amid evolving industry dynamics with improving demand levels & utilization for business jets across tarditional markets besides growing demand from emerging markets. The report analyzes the Strengths & Weaknesses of the OEMs from a standalone as well as relative perspective based on a detailed analysis of their Internal & External environment respectively focusing on key, strategic parameters, which include: analysis of overall cost base & structure, resources & key competencies, profitability & profit sources, product portfolio analysis & its strategic positioning, key competitor analysis across product segments & degree of competitive intensity, competitive market positioning across key global markets, overall strategic orientation & analysis of Key Strategies & Plans, R&D Capabilities & Programs being pursued. The framework after analyzing strategic positioning of OEMs analyzes their overall strategic fit & the degree of strategic responsiveness to external environmental factors, which include, prevailing industry dynamics & emerging as well as latent industry trends, issues, challenges & potential risk factors to assess their ability to be able to derive further business growth by capitalizing on potential growth opportunities effectively while negating threats simultaneously over near to medium term.

Relevance & Usefulness: Provides Strategic Insights & Inputs for Broader Strategic Planning, Strategy Formulation, Competitive Analysis & Decision-Making Processes.

The report will be useful for:

-- Key Inputs for Strategic Planning, Strategy Formulation & Decision-Making Processes
-- Identification & Analysis of Potential Growth Opportunities & Avenues
-- Competitor Analysis & Competitive Benchmarking Exercise
-- Strategic Perspective on Medium Term Strategy Focus and Business & Strategic Outlook for all Key Players
-- Analysis of Key, Emerging & Latent Industry Trends, Issues, Challenges & Potential Risk Factors
-- Identifying & highlighting areas for making potential Strategic Changes, Adjustments & Realignment
-- Analysis of Forces Driving as well as restraining the Industry & their Overall Dynamics
-- Strategic Perspective on the Industry's Medium Term Strategic Outlook

For Whom: Key Decision-Makers across Industry Value Chain

The report would be essential for those having strategic interest in the Global Business Aviation Industry & will be especially useful for Key Decision-Makers, Top Management of OEMs & other Industry Players, Suppliers, Distributors, Vendors and other Key Players across the Industry Value Chain as well as Existing & Potential Investors and Stockholders, Industry & Company Analysts, M&A Advisory Firms, Strategy & Management Consulting Firms, PE Firms, Venture Capitalists & those associated with the Industry or having strategic interest in any of these companies.

Report Highlights: Visual Representation/Orientation with a Slide based Architecture

The report is comprehensive yet concise & compact at the same time; is custom-built for meetings & presentations with visual representation & orientation based on a slide architecture, being built on the Microsoft PowerPoint platform; in addition, to being a ready self-reckoner as well as a quick reference guide driving, enabling & ensuring prompt and informed decision making.

Key Takeaways: Enhanced Scope of Utilization & Application with Visual Representation

This PowerPoint architecture based report provides high readability & ease of navigation and saves significant amount of time by saving the end-user the effort of sifting through voluminous pages of text besides enhancing the scope of retention, utilization & application of analysis with visual representation and incorporation of relevant images to support, supplement & enrich the analysis.

Section - 1

Business Structure & Strategic Snapshot – For each of the 5 Leading Business Jet Manufacturers

a) Founded
b) Headquartered
c) Business Segments
d) Employees
e) Revenues
f) Market Capitalization
g) Key Executives
h) Shareholding/Ownership Pattern & Structure

Section - 2

Financial Performance Analysis – Q1 2014 Vs. Q1 2013 & 2013 Vs. 2012 - Charts & Analysis for each Company:

- Sales Revenues Growth Trend
- Gross Earnings & Margin Trend
- Operating Earnings & Margin Trend Analysis
- Profitability Growth Trend
- Net Profit Margin Analysis
- Cash from Operations & Free Cash Flow Position
- R&D Expenditure Growth Trend
- CAPEX Trend

Section – 3 - Strategic Positioning

SWOT Analysis – For Each of the 5 Key OEMs - Gulfstream, Bombardier, Dassault, Cessna & Embraer

-Sources of Strengths to be Leveraged
-Weaknesses to Overcome
-Opportunities for Growth
-Threats to be Mitigated & Negated

Section - 4

Comparative SWOT Framework Analysis

-Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
-Bombardier Inc.
-Cessna Aircraft Company
-Dassault Aviation
-Embraer SA

Section – 5

Strategy Focus - 2014-2017 - Key Strategies & Plans

-Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
-Bombardier Inc.
-Cessna Aircraft Company
-Dassault Aviation
-Embraer SA

Section – 6

Global Business Aviation Industry - Force Field Analysis

-Driving Forces
-Restraining Forces

Section – 7

Key Industry Trends

Section – 8

Key Issues, Challenges & Risk Factors

Section – 9

Strategic Industry Outlook

List of Tables & Charts

1. Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation

1.1: Revenues Growth Trend -2011-2013 and Q1 2014
1. 2: Revenues Split by Key Business Activities
1. 3: Operating Margin Trend - 2011-2013 and Q1 2014
1.4: Order Backlog Split by Key Global Markets
1. 5: Aircraft Deliveries Growth Trend – 2011-2013 and Q1 2014
1. 6: Order Backlog – Trend Analysis - 2011-2013 and Q1 2014

2. Bombardier Inc.

2.1: Key Numbers – Q1 2014, 2013, 2012, Q1-Q3 2013, H1 2013
-Sales Revenues
-Net Income
-R&D Expenditure
2.2: Revenues Split by Business Segments - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012
2.3: Bombardier Aerospace – Revenues Split by Activity - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012
2.4: Aircraft Deliveries by Market Segments, Aircraft Category & Aircraft Programs: Trend Analysis - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012
2.5: Order Intake Trend for Aircrafts – Segment-Wise & Aircraft Program Specific Analysis - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012
2.5: Order Backlog – Growth Trend - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012
2.6: R&D Expenditure Growth Trend - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012
2.7: Gross & Operating Margin Trend - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012

3. Dassault Aviation

3.1: Key Numbers: Q1 2014, 2013, 2012 & 2011
-Sales Revenues
-Operating Earnings
- Net Income
- Free Cash Flow Position
3.2: Revenues Split by Segments - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012 & 2011
3.3: Aircraft Sales – Trend Analysis - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012 & 2011
3.4: Aircraft Order Intake – Growth Trend Analysis - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012 & 2011
3.5: Revenues Growth Trend - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012 & 2011
3.6: Operating Margin – Trend Analysis - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012 & 2011
3.7: Profitability Growth Trend - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012 & 2011

4. Cessna Aircraft Company

4.1: Revenues Growth Trend – Q1 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
4.2: Revenues Split by Segments
4.3: Operating Margin Trend - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
4.4: Profitability Growth Trend - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
4.5: Order Backlog Growth Trend - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
4.6 Revenues Split by Key Geographic Markets & Regions

5. Embraer SA

5.1: Revenues Growth Trend - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
5.2: Gross Margin Trend - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
5.3: Operating Margin Trend - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
5.4: Net Profit Margin Trend - Q1 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011
5.5: Cash Flow from Operations
5.6: Revenues Split by Business Segments
5.7: Revenues Split by Key Geographic Markets & Regions
5.8: Sales Growth by Key Geographic Markets & Regions

Read the full report:
Comparative SWOT & Strategy Focus - 2014-2017 - World's 5 Leading Business Jet Manufacturers - Gulfstream, Bombardier, Dassault, Cessna, Embraer's-5-Leading-Business-Jet-Manufacturers---Gulfstream-Bombardier-Dassault-Cessna-Embraer.html

For more information:
Sarah Smith
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Email: [email protected]
Tel: +44 208 816 85 48

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