Focus Strategy

   

Definition: a Focus Strategy is one of the 3 generic strategies that can provide a competitive advantage according to Michael Porter.
Achieving focus means that a firm sets out to be best in a segment or group of segments.
There are two variants of a FS: cost focus and differentiation focus.


   

   

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