The organization of Nestle is global in nature and this does not seem surprising that at the core of international strategy of Nestle lies strategic partnership which is a striking strategy used by Nestle. Mainly, the competitive strategies at the company have a direct association to foreign investments in dairy sector directly and various businesses in food sectors. The aim of Nestle is for balancing the sales that involve fewer risks but at the same time, the company also needs to grow in low developing economies with high risks. However, the risks may be high but these economies are essential for Nestle as they have growing markets with high potential to grow in future. It has been recognized by Nestle that the possibilities of profit in the developing economies involves high risk but the aim here is not to take up insignificant risks with respect to growth. The process of hedging helps in maintaining growth steadily. Nestle has various strategies and partners in European markets and U.S markets in order to gain licensing advantage. Also, in early 1990s the company had entered the merger with the company Coca Cola for benefitting from the bottling system of Coca Cola across the globe.
Therefore, in brief the important stakeholders of the company are academic industries, community, the consumer and the common man, various customers, the Nestle employees, the government of all the countries where Nestle is present, industrial and trade association, report agencies, community of finances and shareholder gains along with farmers and small scale land holders who are Nestlé’s suppliers.