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Description of Concentration Strategy. Explanation.




Definition Concentration Strategy. Description.

In a Concentration Strategy a firm directs all or most of its resources to a single market (for a single product, or for a single technology). In this strategy, a company chooses to pursue a large share of one or a few submarkets rather than chasing a small share of a large market. An inherent risk belonging to this strategy occurs when the demand in the submarket suddenly drops, or if a strong competitor enters the same submarket.

Also called Penetration Strategy. The opposite of Diversification.

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