With the STEP/PEST Analysis templates for PowerPoint, visualize external environmental analyses to evaluate market opportunities and risks with the help of tables, graphs and checklists on different factors influencing your business.
PEST, PESTE and PESTLE
The PEST Analysis, also known as STEP Analysis, is a tool for strategic planning of a company and is made up of the four factors: political (P), economic (E), social (S) and technological (T). Based on these inspection factors, you can analyze your market, purposefully develop strategies and stop inhibitory influences. By adding the environmental (E) factor, you get the PESTE (/ STEEP) Analysis and by adding the legal (L) factor, you get the PESTLE Analysis.
Using this analysis to examine companies, risks and opportunities can help recover expansion into new markets. The underlying question is, what trends will affect the market behavior of suppliers and competitors should for example, the development of markets in new countries meet the standard for local legislative factors or available resources? The results of such analyzes can be presented in key points by the PEST scheme in an easy to follow outline of influencing factors.
Visualize the PEST Analysis
To illustrate how environmental factors can influence the performance of your company, the PEST Analysis set provides numerous templates in various styles. Tables with placeholders to list individual factors, graphics to insert into the PEST, PESTE- and PESTLE Analysis and checklists with sample assessment factors serve as tools to visualize your analysis quickly, easily and intuitively.
With the PEST Analysis Templates for PowerPoint, You Can
- visualize PEST / PESTE / PESTLE Analysis with aesthetic means in a few minutes
- use checklists of relevant factors as an aid in your analysis
- have the flexibility to add the environmental and legal factor to the analysis
PowerPoint Templates Include
- PEST / PESTE / PESTLE Analysis presentation templates in different designs
- tables with text placeholders on the following factors:
- political factors (legislation, tax policies, subsidies)
- economic factors (economic growth, inflation, taxes)
- socio-cultural factors (income, education, lifestyle)
- technological factors (research, technological progress, products)
- legal factors (legislative, tax policies, competition)
- environmental factors (environmental, waste recycling, energy)
- checklists with examples of individual factors
- icons to visualize factors
- graphic introduction of the PEST Analysis theme