Business conditions are external factors that influence business strategy, planning and decisions. This include economic, market, political, technological, cultural and customer factors. The following are common examples of business conditions.
Competition for Labor
Customer Experience Innovation
Factors of Production (e.g. Supply of Components)
Stock Market Conditions
Strategy of Competition
Suppliers Political Stability
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