I agree you probably should do your own homework. Makes better for your education. I doubt someone is going to give you all the answers all of your life. I'll start you out: Strengths: Massive amounts of money flowing through them. They very rarely go broke (the ones that do are usually very unscrupulous, and go broke through lawsuits). People need insurance, so their business is virtually recession-proof. Weaknesses: On the hook for claims based on a contractual agreement. Just look at how insurance companies are pulling out of Florida. You can surely do O and T on your own.
by Good♥Gyrl - a day ago
there's an excellent website/company called Datamonitor that outlines SWOT analysis' for all companies. it has helped me through my homework!
by Bex9mm - a day ago
do your own homework!
by sally b - a day ago
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