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This presentation discusses the demand for online groceries, it includes many researches on market and customer trends as well as a business study on sales and cost and how to implement the solution in an effective manner to capture as big of a market share as possible by partnering with established brick-and-mortar stores.

Mohamed Al-Amoodi
July 24 2013

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  • Online Grocery Partnership Proposal Mohamed Al-Amoodi July 24 2013
  • Online Grocery • Introduction – We want to offer a shop/delivery service for groceries in Edmonton – Customers buy your products from our website – We shop in-store/deliver using a system – To make the service fast/cheap for customers we need to form a partnership
  • Customers • Usual customers – busy young professionals – value saving 50 mins trip and queue • 60% of customers – physically unfit (eg: seniors, pregnant mothers, injured people, etc) • 15% of customers • Usual products – dry/frozen food and housekeeping products * (PR-Newswire, 2013) (Evolution Insight, 2010) View slide
  • Customers • Demands – low service fee (90% demanded) – personalized/online-only offers (60% demanded) – membership/loyalty cards (57% demanded) – new products requests (50% demanded) – small delivery slots (50% demanded) – clear food quality/refund policies – good website (stable, easy search, fast checkout) – good customer service * (ATKearney, 2012) (Poulter, 2011) (Symphony-EYC, 2013) (ePerformance Observatory, 2012) (Mélanie, 2011) View slide
  • Market Demand • Summary – The trend in customer behaviour since 2000 has been an increasingly rapid migration towards online shopping - the grocery retail sector is no exception – Online grocery shopping was in it’s infancy in 2004 in the UK, but spiked in popularity around 2008, and has risen every year since
  • Revenue Market Share Trend Customer Market Share Trend Misc Color Description Market Demand 2004 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2012 Internationally - population planning to shop for groceries online = 26% compared to computer software = 29%, travel reservation = 30%, entertainment = 45% (Nielsen’s, 2012) UK - population shopping for groceries online at least once a year = 20%, at least once a week = 5.9% (Key Note, 2013) US - online ($13B) to physical grocery shopping market share = 1.2% (Hartman Group, 2012) US - population shopping for groceries online 1-3 times per month = 4%, at least once a week = 2% (Demery, 2011) UK – top online grocery firms annual increase in sales = 35% (Research Methodology, 2012) US - online to physical grocery shopping market share = 1% (Empower Research, 2009) UK - online to physical grocery shopping market share = 0.8% (Yousept & Li, 2004)
  • Market Demand Revenue Market Share Trend Customer Market Share Trend Misc Color Description 2013 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2018 Today UK - online grocery shopping = GBP 11.1B (predicted to be double 2013 sales) (Neville, 2013) UK - online (GBP 5.6B) to physical grocery shopping market share = 3.5% (Neville, 2013) US - population shopping for groceries online = 30% (Trassard, 2013)
  • Market Demand • Some established companies Firm Revenue from online grocery sales Delivery cost Tesco (UK) GBP 3.2B GBP 3-7 Ocado (UK) GBP 0.7B GBP 3-7 (free certain times) Walmart (US) USD 5-7 Safeway (US) USD 10-13 (free first time) Grocery Gateway (Longo’s CA) CAD 10 Thrifty Foods (Sobeys CA) CAD 8-10
  • Business Solution • Website/mobile Design Front Page • Login/guest • Delivery slot reservation • FAQ • Guarantees • Policies Filling Cart • Favorites • Department navigation • Keyword search • Special offers Checkout • Review/save cart • Upsell (“did you forget?”, personalized deals) • Payment
  • Business Solution • Website/mobile Design
  • Business Solution • Server Design
  • Business Solution • Service fee (breakdown) * Calculations available Average Amount of Customer Purchase by Online Grocery Firm Peapod average basket price 100CAD per customer Streamline average basket price 102CAD per customer Teso average basket price 100CAD per customer WebVan average basket price 71CAD per customer HomeGrocer average basket price 102CAD per customer Average basket price 95CAD per customer Average Service Fee based on an Average Basket Price COST – To have a shopper pick up the items from the shelves (26.3 mins per customer) 4.36CAD per customer COST – For gas spent on the delivery (8.2 km per customer) 0.94CAD per customer COST – To have the items delivered to the customer (31.2 mins per customer) 5.18CAD per customer COST – Transaction fee charged by credit card companies (online credit CAD 2.36 per customer) 2.36CAD per customer COST – Admin cost, food/business license renewals, truck maintenance (CAD 2.38 per customer) 2.38CAD per customer Overall service fee 15.22CAD per customer
  • Business Solution • Service fee (impact on sales) Service Fee ($) People who would be interested (%) 0 100% 1-5 48% 5-10 18% 10-20 5% 20+ 1% * 857 people surveyed (Site, 2011) 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 0.00 5.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 PeopleInterested(%) Service Fee ($) Service Fee Impact on Sales Min 1.5% discount (as we eliminated credit card fees) Will bring service fee to $13.75 and 5% market share 1.5% discount + 2.5% commission Will bring service fee to $11.25 and 10% market share (double sales)
  • Partnership • Requirements – Commission • for reduction of service fee – Database connection • for items, quantity, department/location in shop – Return policy • for unsatisfied customers – Skip checkout • for increasing speed • for eliminating 1.5% credit transactions fees • items will be invoiced and paid at an agreed time with an agreed payment method
  • Partnership • Benefits – First-mover competitive edge • Because Edmonton has no good online grocery firm • Increase in customer loyalty – Increase in sales and customers • No investment needed • Estimated $22.5M revenue and 160,000 customers in long term in Edmonton – Free continuous feedback to improve products • Because we collect data, reviews, forum information
  • Management Team • Mohamed Al-Amoodi – Head Programmer and CEO – Education: BSc Chemical Engineer, 2011 – Experience: • Engineer/designer with Pentair (Tyco) • Programmer/manager with Rehabtronics (Bioness) * Endorsements available
  • Management Team • Khaled Al-Amoodi – Programmer and CFO – Education: BSc Electrical Engineer, 2013 – Experience: • Researcher (on multi-ferric material) with Dr Kim Chow (University of Alberta) * Endorsements available
  • Next Step • Partnership contract – Commission – Database connection – Return policy – Skip checkout • Complete business solution (web/server) – Obtain license (business/food) – Advertise to target market • Flyers/news, email/forum/Facebook, truck paintjob, etc • Expand(warehouse model/pick-up option)
  • Questions?
  • Contact Info • Name: Mohamed Al-Amoodi • Email: alamoodi@ualberta.ca • Phone: +1-587-708-6666
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