SWOT Analysis

October 2005
Energizer Holdings SWOT Analysis;Oct2005, p5
SWOT Analysis
Company Report
This article presents an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses, as well as threats and business opportunities for Energizer Holdings. The firm has a strong brand name and is experiencing a robust growth. But the firm has a high level of debt and is experiencing an increase in expenses. The firm is facing a price competition in the U.S. battery category.


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