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Bajaj Auto Presentation

  1. 1. Bajaj Auto
  2. 2. Introduction  Bajaj Group is amongst India’s top business house.  Its footprint stretches over a wide range of industries :       automobiles home appliances iron and steel insurance Travel finance.  The group comprises 34 companies.
  3. 3.  Founder Bajaj Auto Ltd. – Jamnalal Bajaj  Founded on year – 1930s  Headquarters – Pune & Mumbai  Current Chairman – Rahul Bajaj  Revenue (2012) – Rs. 202.01 Billion  Employees – About 12000
  4. 4.  Bajaj Auto is the world's third-largest manufacturer of motorcycles and the second-largest in India.  The Bajaj brand is well-known across several countries in Latin America, Africa, Middle East, South and South East Asia.  Bajaj has operations in 50 countries.  It target audience is every sector of society.  Factories :    Waluj Chakan Pant Nagar
  5. 5.  1960 – Public Limited Company.  1971 – 3-wheeler goods carrier introduced.  1972 – Bajaj Chetak launched.  2001 – Pulsar introduced.  2005 – Discover & Avenger launched. History (Timeline)
  6. 6. Products Bajaj Auto Ltd.
  7. 7. Bajaj Platina  Cost : Rs. 40,000* (100cc)  Colors: Black, Black Maroon and Red  Mileage: 48 km/l to 65 km/l.  Models : *Price mentioned is ex-showroom price in Mumbai.
  8. 8. Bajaj Discover  Cost : Rs. 41,000* (100cc) – 55,000* (125cc)  5 Speed Gear-Box for better mileage  Anti Vibration body-frame for bad-roads  Models : *Price mentioned is ex-showroom price in Mumbai.
  9. 9. Bajaj Pulsar  Models      : Pulsar 135 LS Pulsar 150 DTS-i Pulsar 180 DTS-I Pulsar 220 DTS-I Pulsar 200 NS  Price Range : Rs. 60,000* – Rs. 85,000*  Pulsar have got more than 20 awards till date.  It holds 47% of the market share in its segment. *Price mentioned is ex-showroom price in Mumbai.
  10. 10. Two bike companies has joined venture with Bajaj Auto in India for production and distribution of their bikes. They are : KTM  Kawasaki 
  11. 11. Laws of Branding With an emphasis on Bajaj Auto.
  12. 12. Law of Consistency  It states that : Brand is not built overnight. Success is measured in decades, not years.  Bajaj Auto was formed in late 1930s.  The company is more than 85 years old.  The consistency of Bajaj in every situation makes it one of the biggest and most valued company in India.
  13. 13. Law of Color    It states that : A brand should use a color that is the opposite of its major competitors. In case of Bajaj, its major competitors are Hero Motocorp and Honda. Hero and Honda, both have logos red in color, while Bajaj’s logo is Blue.
  14. 14. Law of contraction     It states : A brand becomes stronger when you narrow its focus. Bajaj Auto introduced 2 vehicles in automatic gear scooter range : Bajaj Wave and Bajaj Kristal. Both of the vehicles did not performed well against the market leader in this category Honda Activa, TVS Scooty-Pep and Suzuki Access-125. So as a result, Bajaj again focused on Bike range and earned more revenue in 2012 as compared to the year when Kristal was launced.
  15. 15. Law of Change  It states that : brands can be changed , but only infrequently and only very carefully.  Since its establishment, Bajaj Auto changed its logo just once.  The change was good and it allowed consumer connect better.
  16. 16. Law of Mortality  It states : No brand will live forever. Euthanasia is often the best solution.  Bajaj Chetak was an Indian-made scooter.  It was introduced in year 1972. It was sold till the year 2009.  When company realized that the demand of Chetak was decreasing rapidly, although little late, but they stopped its production.
  17. 17. Bajaj Chetak – The Legend
  18. 18. Brand Personality Bajaj Auto
  19. 19. Brand Personality  The definition of Brand personality can be classified as   Emotion- centered Human – centered  Bajaj promotes the message : “Humara Bajaj”  So it’s a Belonging Brand or a brand whom people trusts and therefore it’s a Reliable Brand.
  20. 20. Brand Equity A survey on Bajaj Auto.
  21. 21. Brand Equity  It is a set of brand assets and liabilities linked to a brand , its name and symbol, that add to or subtract from the value provided by a product or service to a firm and /or to that firm’s customers.
  22. 22.  The assets and liabilities on which brand equity is based can be grouped into 5 categories 1) Brand Loyalty 2) Name awareness 3) Perceived quality 4)Brand associations in addition to perceived quality 5)other proprietary assets : patents, trademarks, channel relationship etc.
  23. 23. According to the Survey 7 out of 10 people were willing to upgrade their bikes in Bajaj Auto itself. So the consumer are loyal to the brand. So it is an Asset.  10 out of 10 people have heard the name Bajaj Auto, therefore this strongly is an Asset.  8 out of 10 people found the quality of Bikes splendid. So this is another Asset for Bajaj.
  24. 24. Continued .. 6 out of 10 people were unhappy because of the service provided after sales, so this is an Liability for Bajaj Auto.  Bajaj have patents, trademark and a well managed channel relationship which makes its bike available in every corner of the country. So this turn out be an Asset.
  25. 25. Results 4 Assets and 1 Liability.  So it is clear that Bajaj Auto is doing very good and overall its result proves to be an ASSET
  26. 26. Thank You ! Presentation By – Aryan Khan, 11 Ayush Parekh, 21 Divyanshu Patel, 23

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