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  • 1. Marketing Strategy Group - 6
  • 2. Introduction on Biscuit Industry•Biscuits market in India : Rs 9,000-crore (Rs 90-billion)• Annual growth rate of Biscuit Industry as follows: annual production of biscuits in India16141210 8 annual production of 6 biscuits in India 4 2 0 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07
  • 3. Biscuit Industry major players
  • 4. Customer • Many biscuit from low to moderate Range, • Like of bakery productPorter’s Five Force model High competition Among existing players •Increasing price • Wheat, Sugar. •Basic commodities : •Suppliers`
  • 5. ABOUT PARLE• Established in 1929• 1st brands – Parle Glucose and Parle Monaco• Market leader in many products• Parle has largest such manufacturing units in India• Annual turnover 2000 crores• It has provided its products to the mass with theaffordable range.•ABOUT 65%-70% PEOPLE OF URBAN AREASPREFER TO PARLE.•ABOUT 75%-80% OF RURAL PEOPLE PREFER TOPARLE BISCUITS.
  • 6. Parle Products…… Biscuit.
  • 7. Parle Products…… Confectionaries.
  • 8. wSWOT Analysis of Parles o T
  • 9. SWOT Analysis of Parle • Strengths •Parle Brand, • Weakness •Diversified product range, •Dependence on retailers & grocery Stores for displaying diversified Parle•Extensive distribution network. Products on shelf, induce impulsive •Low and mid price range buy •Catering to mass, • Dependence on Parle G •Better understanding of •(flagship brand) consumer psyche • Opportunities • Threats•Estimated annual growth of 20% •Hike in cost of production due •Low per capita consumption, to hike•Changing consumer preference, In Raw material cost, • Increasing demand for sugar •Increasing distribution cost, free, •Local bakery products, •Diet biscuit •Entry of various new entrant, ITC etc.
  • 10. Consumer psyche and Parle - G• Parle-G is consumed by people of all ages, from the rich to the poor, living in cities & in villages. • While some have it for breakfast, for others it is a complete wholesome meal. • For some its the best accompaniment for chai • While for some its a way of getting charged whenever they are low on energy.
  • 11. Parle - G and promotion mixAdvertising - It was advertised mainly through press ads. Thecommunication spoke about the basic benefits of energy and nutrition.In 1989 Parle-G released its “Dadaji” commercial which was a hugesuccess and was aired over a period of 6 years. The communicationspoke about the basic benefits of energy and nutrition.
  • 12. Parle - G and promotion mix (contd..)• The next level of communication associated thebrand with the positive values oflife like honesty, sharing and caring. Just a few monthsback a reminder TVcommercial was launched for Parle-G where theproduct is being called ‘hindustanki takat’• Recently Parle G has started the use of celebrity intheir advertisements
  • 13. Parle - G and promotion mix (contd..)Sales promotion -• In the year 1997, Parle-G sponsored the tele-serial of the Indian superhero,Shaktimaan that went on to become a huge success.• In the year 2002, a national level promo - `Parle-G Mera Sapna SachHoga was run for a period of 6 months. The promo was all about fulfillingthedreams of children• VARIOUS TALENT RELATED SHOWS LIKE “
  • 14. Parle - G and Challenges• Increasing prices of basic Raw material like, Sugar, Wheat, Milk, Milkpowder.• This leading to increase in manufacturing cost of the biscuits.•Parle G very price sensitive product.•Small increase in price (by 50 paise) in past had seen high decline insales.Even though the Parle is market leader in the segment, others are alsotrying to capture the chunk of market share. Fake brands like Parel G, Parle Jee tried to extract market share. How ever only serious competition faced by Parle G is from BritaniaTiger.
  • 15. Comparative Analysis of Parle - G and Britannia Tiger
  • 16. Parle - G and Group suggestions• Target young generation, i.e. school going children,• Associate with various Government initiative like,Primary Education scheme,National Rural health mission centres,Mid-day meals being serve in primary school,• This will help in•Brand Registration,•Associate Parle G as health food, and complete nutrition package…