DATAMONITOR: Vodafone Group Public Limited Company

September 2010
Vodafone Group, PLC SWOT Analysis;Sep2010, p1
SWOT Analysis
A company profile of Berkshire, England-based Vodafone Group PLC is presented, along with a business analysis of its strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT). Vodafone provides mobile telecommunication services to consumers and enterprise clients. It has achieved revenues of 44,472 million dollars during the fiscal year ending March 2010. The company's strengths include its strong market position, extensive global reach and significant brand image.


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