Aim of project
The goal of this article is to analyse and measure the competitive strategy that Easyjet have utilised in order to develop their current competitive position in the low price no frills flight market.
Definitions of competitive strategy
Explain Porters generic strategy
Analyse the competitive strategy of Easyjet
Evaluate the competitive strategy of Easyjet
Recommendation for the future of Easyjet
Porters common strategy
Investigate the strategy clock
Find out edge and disadvantages by making a SWOT examination of Easy Jet
Theories on Easyjet competitive strategy
Various Suggestion for Easyjet's future
Where the info was found?
If y is a rational number and x a positive number, ln x y = y ln x. This is proofed by letting y to be a rational number m/n where n a positive number. Then ln x y = ln x m/n = ln(√n x) m = m ln √n x = m n ln x = y ln x. A logarithmic function written as y = l x, has an implied base of 10. The natural logarithmic function y ln x is equal to a logarithm function with a base e which is thought of as e to the y power equals x and e is approximately 2.718. The natural logarithms system is different from the system of common logarithms which have 10 as the base and are used in most practical work. The base e denotes the y ln x function. logex is equal to ln x and y ln x is written as e y which means the logarithm function y ln x inverse is the exponential function y = ex. The inverse relationships are ln ex = x and eln x = x.