Overview   New Product & Brand Extension   Brand Extension   Types of Brand Extension   Advantages   Disadvantages  ...
What Is A “Brand”   Brand is a name, term, sign, symbol, design, or a    combination of them, intended to identify the go...
New Product & Brand ExtensionsAnsoff’s Growth Share Matrix
Cont……                                     Product                        Existing               New             Existing ...
Introduction of new productsThe three choices of a firm when they areintroducing a new product  • New brand for new produc...
BRAND EXTENSIONS A Brand Extension occurs when a firm uses an  established brand name to introduce a new product  (approa...
LINE EXTENSION   The parent brand is used to brand a new    product that targets a new market segment    with in a produc...
Head    &Shoulder’sExtension
Coke’s Line Extension
CATEGORY EXTENSION   The parent brand is used to enter a different    product category from that currently served    by t...
ITC’s Category Extension
Strategies For Establishing a Category1. Introduce the same product in a different form2. Introduce product that contain t...
Why Brand Extensions?   Leveraging brand equity/value by introduction of    logical & complementary new product categorie...
Reasons For Product FailureProducts Showcase and Learning Center in Ithaca, NewYork identifies this.    The market was to...
Reasons For Product Failure The product was not new or different (a poor idea that  really offered nothing new). The Pro...
Advantages Of Brand ExtensionsFacilitate New Product Acceptance   Improve brand image   Reduce risk perceived by Custome...
Advantages Of Brand Extensions Increase the probability of gaining distribution and  trial Increase efficiency of promot...
Advantages Of Brand ExtensionsProvide Feedback Benefits to the Parent Brandand Company   Clarify brand meaning   Enhance...
Advantages Of Brand Extensions   Clarify brand meaning     Brand      Original    Extension      New Brand               ...
Disadvantages Of Brand Extensions Can confuse or frustrate consumers Can encounter retailer resistance Can fail & hurt ...
Disadvantages Of Brand Extensions   Can succeed but diminish identification with any    one category   Can succeed but h...
When are Brand Extensions          Appropriate? When Prior Brand equity exists Consumer must see some “connection”  betw...
Conditions For Evaluating Consumer’s          Brand Extension   Consumers have some awareness & positive    associations ...
Evaluating Brand Extension           Opportunities    Define actual & desired consumer knowledge       Identify possible e...
Reference Strategic Brand Management by                            Kelvin Lane Keller Marketing Management by           ...
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  1. 1. Overview New Product & Brand Extension Brand Extension Types of Brand Extension Advantages Disadvantages How Consumers Evaluate Extensions?
  2. 2. What Is A “Brand” Brand is a name, term, sign, symbol, design, or a combination of them, intended to identify the goods or services of one seller or group of sellers and to differentiate them from those of competitors. A BRAND is symbolic embodiment of all the information connected to a Company, Product or Service. It serves to create associations and expectations from products made by a producer, in the mind of the consumer. The key objective being “to create a Relationship of TRUST with its consumers”.
  3. 3. New Product & Brand ExtensionsAnsoff’s Growth Share Matrix
  4. 4. Cont…… Product Existing New Existing Line Brand Extension ExtensionBrand Name Multi New New Brands Brands
  5. 5. Introduction of new productsThe three choices of a firm when they areintroducing a new product • New brand for new product • Use of existing brand for the new product • Combination of the new brand with the existing brand (Second and the third options are related to brand extension)
  6. 6. BRAND EXTENSIONS A Brand Extension occurs when a firm uses an established brand name to introduce a new product (approaches 2 or 3) When a new brand is combined with an existing brand (approach 3), the brand extension can also be called a sub-brand. An existing brand that gives birth to a brand extension is the parent brand. If the parent brand is already associated with multiple products through brand extensions, then it may also be called a family brand.
  7. 7. LINE EXTENSION The parent brand is used to brand a new product that targets a new market segment with in a product category currently served by the parent brand. A line extension often adds a different flavor or ingredient variety, a different form or size, or a different application for the brand. Eg: Head & Shoulders
  8. 8. Head &Shoulder’sExtension
  9. 9. Coke’s Line Extension
  10. 10. CATEGORY EXTENSION The parent brand is used to enter a different product category from that currently served by the parent brand. Eg: ITC
  11. 11. ITC’s Category Extension
  12. 12. Strategies For Establishing a Category1. Introduce the same product in a different form2. Introduce product that contain the brand’s distinctive taste, ingredient or component.3. Introduce companion product for the brand.4. Introduce products relevant to the customer franchise of the brand.5. Introduce products that capitalize on the firm’s perceived expertise.6. Introduce products that reflect the brands distinctive benefit, attribute or feature.7. Introduce products that capitalize on distinctive image or prestige of the brand.
  13. 13. Why Brand Extensions? Leveraging brand equity/value by introduction of logical & complementary new product categories E.g HP Product Innovation to surpass consumer expectations It increases awareness of the brand name Increases profitability from offerings in more than one product category. It’s a great way to reinforce a brand, reach out to new customers, create a BUZZ
  14. 14. Reasons For Product FailureProducts Showcase and Learning Center in Ithaca, NewYork identifies this.  The market was too small (insufficient demand for type of product).  The product was a poor match for the company.  The product was justified on inadequate or inaccurate marketing research, or the company ignore research result.  The company was too early or too late in researching the market.  The product provided insufficient return on investment.
  15. 15. Reasons For Product Failure The product was not new or different (a poor idea that really offered nothing new). The Product did not go hand in hand with familiarity. Credibility was not confirmed on delivery Consumers could not recognize the product
  16. 16. Advantages Of Brand ExtensionsFacilitate New Product Acceptance  Improve brand image  Reduce risk perceived by Customers  Permit consume variety-seeking
  17. 17. Advantages Of Brand Extensions Increase the probability of gaining distribution and trial Increase efficiency of promotional expenditures Reduce costs of introductory & follow-up marketing programs (save 40-80%) E.g. Apple iPods Avoid costs of developing a new brand Allow for packaging & labeling efficiencies
  18. 18. Advantages Of Brand ExtensionsProvide Feedback Benefits to the Parent Brandand Company  Clarify brand meaning  Enhance the parent brand image  Bring new customers into brand franchise and increase market coverage  Revitalize the brand  Permit subsequent extensions
  19. 19. Advantages Of Brand Extensions Clarify brand meaning Brand Original Extension New Brand Product Products Meaning Weight Fitness Low-calorie Weight loss Watchers Centre foods & maintenance Sunkist Oranges Vitamins, Good health juices Kellogg’s Cereal Nutri-grain Health bars, Special snacking K barsAunt Jemima Pancake Syrups, Breakfast mixes frozen foods
  20. 20. Disadvantages Of Brand Extensions Can confuse or frustrate consumers Can encounter retailer resistance Can fail & hurt parent brand image  Xerox Computers-synonymous with copiers & no one believed they could make computers Can succeed but cannibalize sales of parent brand  Amul Butter-”reduced salt butter” is slowly eating up Amul normal butter
  21. 21. Disadvantages Of Brand Extensions Can succeed but diminish identification with any one category Can succeed but hurt the image of parent brand Can dilute brand meaning Can cause the company to forgo the chance to develop a new brand
  22. 22. When are Brand Extensions Appropriate? When Prior Brand equity exists Consumer must see some “connection” between the proposed extension and the parent brand. The proposed extension contributes to and reinforces the overall brand equity of the parent brand.
  23. 23. Conditions For Evaluating Consumer’s Brand Extension Consumers have some awareness & positive associations about the parent brand At least some of these positive associations will be evoked by the brand extension Negative association are not transferred from the parent brand Negative associations are not created by the brand extension
  24. 24. Evaluating Brand Extension Opportunities Define actual & desired consumer knowledge Identify possible extension candidates Evaluate potential of the extension candidate Evaluate potential candidate feedback effectsConsider possible competitive advantages & reactions Design marketing campaignEvaluate extension success & effects on parent brand equity
  25. 25. Reference Strategic Brand Management by Kelvin Lane Keller Marketing Management by Philip Kotler Kelvin Lane Keller Abraham Koshy Mathileshwar Jha
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