EnBW SWOT Analysis

April 2012
EnBW SWOT Analysis;Apr2012, p1
SWOT Analysis
SWOT Analysis
A company profile of German multinational power generation and utility company Energie Baden-Wuerttenberg AG is presented. An overview of the company is given, along with key facts including contact information, number of employees and revenues. A business analysis is provided which includes strengths, weaknesses, opportunities for improvement and threats to the business.


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