Historical Prices: Looking for the stocks’ historical prices for the last 5 years there has been a tremendous growth. In December of 2010 the stock price was valued at 16,205$ and in November of 2015 was priced at 60,66$. The biggest price growth happened on the last year, with a percentage of 48%. This prices have suffered big positive changes, which give us good reasons to believe that the stock’s prices will continue to increase on the following years. Also, in the last years the earnings per share have grown as well, increased from 0,19$10 in 2010 to 0,43$ in
Cross-cultural differences in various markets are taken into account when developing and delivering PepsiCo marketing messages. For example, the marketing tagline of “Live for Now” associated with Pepsi brand has been modified as “Yalla Now” and “Oh Yes Abhi” for Middle East and Indian markets respectively taking into account cross-cultural differences associated with these markets. PepsiCo also focused on increasing core organic revenue. Core organic revenue can be explained as a type of revenue that is achieved through increasing the volume of production and sales. PepsiCo core organic revenues were increased by 5% during 2012 and the company strategic level management is committed to further increase the levels of core organic revenues through maintaining high quality standards and applying
Pepsi- Cola Company was launched in the year 1902 and boomed its sales by then. Supply Chain Management The idea of collaboration and integration has been the basis of supply chain management of PepsiCo. There company has five global priorities that pose a huge impact of their supply chain: brand building, innovation, execution, productivity, and driving cash returns. Furthermore, its key drivers to supply chain’s innovation include: • Environmental sustainability. Find innovative ways to reduce environmental hazards- alternative energy solutions, recycled and reuse of materials in their manufacturing plants.
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As the epidemiological and clinical studies have clearly demonstrated that the relationship between nutrition and health status that is one of the factors that affect the buying behaviour of the population. Over the last decade, demand for foods and beverages which has the benefits of health has increased in many parts of the world along with the rising costs of healthcare, increases in life expectancy, and desire for a higher quality of life (Diplock AT, 1998). Furthermore, more and more consumer believes that foods contribute to their health (Mollet & Rowland, 2002; Young, 2000). In order to the benefit of functional food, there are arising directly from the above is that different types of companies do not bat for the market of functional foods with even chances. The balance of advantage lies with the multinational food companies as they usually own several established and well-known brands, furthermore they have the resources necessary for product development and marketing of functional food (Menrad, 2003).
But in the recent decade even the approach towards the fast food has changed with a health perspective in it. Quality and hygiene is considered as major factor for buying fast food from market. This is precisely is a major reason for the modern food retail growth in India. The Bhelpuri which was a street food model also has seen an organized food retail touch. Source: Personal discussion with MD Ganesh Bhel & Chaat Products Pvt Ltd Unorganized Vs organized Fast food Industry: The food retail Industry in India was estimated around USD 270 billion, out of it the modern food retail was around USD 5.4 billion.
Q-1 What are the product lines and ranges of key competitors of ICI. ICI potentially has a wide range of competitors as ICI itself has a wide range of product line such as; • Polyester staple fiber • POY chips • Light and dense soda ash • Sodium Bicarbonate • SpecialtyChemicals • Polyurethanes • Adhesives • Pharmaceuticals • Animal Health product manufactured • Agriculture products. Almost around 48% of its totalturnover of 37.8 Billion comes from Polyester, 24% from Soda Ash, 17% from life sciences and 11% from Chemicals. Engro Polymer, DesconChemicals and Sitara chemicals are one of the few leading competitors for ICI. The product ranges of these industries are as follows; Engro Polymer Product range; 1.
They have a grasp over the strong distribution system of cigarette brands helping them design a channel for FMCG products. Moreover, ITC’s knowledge of food and bakery items from their hotel businesses influence and have great impact in the Packaged Food category. Weaknesses High Proportion of revenues from Tobacco products: ITC constantly makes efforts to reroute the FMCG business from the domination of tobacco products to their other products like foods, personal care, education, stationery, etc. Even though they have been somewhat successful in doing so, the tobacco products are more than 60% of the total revenue from FMCG businesses. Association with Tobacco Products affects the image: ITC attempts to improve its corporate image but ITC has many tobacco products in its business range affects their corporate image negatively.
On the other hand, another research titled “Feminine Hygiene Products: Market Research Report” published by Market Publishers shown that the leading players in the global sanitary napkins market in 2013 according to market share by company are Procter & Gamble , Kimberly-Clark, Johnson & Johnson, SCA, Unicharm, Kao and the others. According to Business News Analysis, in 2000, Procter & Gamble introduced Whisper Ultra, a revolutionary and unique product in the history of menstrual products in India for premium segment. Johnson & Johnson, the then market leader, without losing time counter-attacked with Stayfree Sure and other ultra-thin sub brands. The mid-market was threatened by low-priced sanitary napkins (from ambitious contenders such as Johnson and Johnson and Kimberly Clark lever.) In order to differentiate Kimberly-Clark’s feminine care brands from competitors, the major competitors have been studied and a quick review is as shown in the following table: