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Benadryl cough syrup
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  • 1. BenadrylCoughSyrup To determine growth opportunities in the rural/ Semi-Rural market for Cough Syrups.
  • 2. Benadryl – Brand Introduction Benadryl Cough Syrup Pfizer Consumer Health care Johnsons & Johnsons 2007 2 (Rx) (OTC)
  • 3. Rx toOTC Switch resulted to: 3 1.Seldom prescribed by doctors 2.No involvement of Medical Representatives 3.Completely consumer demand driven.
  • 4. Resulting changes in the market setting 4 1. Switch from age old wholesalers – resulting in sudden withdrawal from thousands of retail outlets. 2. Sudden reduction in the number of wholesalers – 1 distributor in Rural and City each. 3. Elimination of Medical representatives due to switch from Pharma to OTC. 4. Elimination of Supervisors- Hierarchy involves Sales Officer and then directly a distributor. 5. Discontinued as a prescribed based drug.
  • 5. Route covered 5 Pandharpur Mohol Akluj Solapur
  • 6. Areas covered 1. Solapur City 2. Pandharpur – Semi Rural 3. Akluj – Semi Rural 4. Mohol 5. Tondle 6. Bondle 7. Lamboti 8. Kondhi 9. Velapur 10. Tungat 11. Penur 6 RURAL
  • 7. Names of existing brands: Standardized 7 1. Corex 2. Tuspel 3. Codistar DX 4. GrillinctusAntiallergic and BM 5. Tuspress 6. Bro-Zedex 7. Blue crossTusQ- DX 8. Adulsa 9. Amrut Pharma
  • 8. 8 Names of existing brands: Generic 1. Chupp - Abbott 2. Terefen 3. Cofdex – Cipla 4. DrydexT 5. Salbunex 6. Swidril 7. Kuff D 8. Amrox 9. Parcough 10. Vericof 11. Alkof
  • 9. Problems faced by the brand Threelevels  Company level  Distributor level  Consumer Level 9
  • 10. Company Level : Negative Reports 10  A 2007 mishap pertaining to one particular batch of Baby powder sterilization has led to series of negative reports.  Loss of Goodwill due to Negative Marketing.  A corresponding effect on other brands.
  • 11. Distributor level 11 Mahavir Agencies - Akluj VoraWholesalers- Pandharpur • Post the switch there has been an added load on the distributor. • Lack of supervision. • Convincing retailers is time consuming. • Lack of resources to provide promotional materials and supplies to the connecting villages. • Distributor quotes “post an aggressive launch the advertising fizzes out.” • Advertising has not penetrated the micro interiors/rural. • Competition from the Generic Market. • No return enquiry for congestion relief. Sales Officer J&J Distributor
  • 12. Consumer Level 12 • Sudden non availability of the brand. • Little awareness and no education. • Excessive dependency on the doctors and retailers. • Inaccessibility in micro interiors Tungat Kavale Tondle Pirachi Bondle
  • 13. Advertising Samples : Not an entirely media dark place 13
  • 14. Promotional Scope 14 High Visibility BUS STOPS TIN HUTS FARMS
  • 15. Observations 15  Persistent dry cough due to climate and occupation.  Inaccessibility of the brand in micro interiors.  Extensive dependency on the doctors due to illiteracy.  Absence of promotional material in medical stores and on streets.  Availability of media in form of broadcasts and print.  Scattered clusters of houses.  Huge sales of Generic medicines from retail counters.  Diminishing trust in the parent company.  Benadryl is put up on the same parameter as Codeine and Corex, which carry Narcotic components.  Huge gap in sales between off and seasonal months.
  • 16. Analysis and suggestions 16 Awareness and Education Reasons: Increase Goodwill Self Empowerment Communicate brand Expertise Reinforce brand loyalty
  • 17. Awareness and Education 17  Medical camps to educate people on: 1. Personal Safety – Promoting masks and it’s usefulness. 2. Differentiation between types of coughs – Highlighting the variants. 3. Right dose of medication. 4. Near by Health clinics.
  • 18. Why Medical camps?  Benadryl is a known brand, even in micro interiors.  Has heritage and expertise on it’s side.  Only brand to have launched variants, catering to dry and wet cough.  Complements brand’s positioning of being an Expert.  To promote Good will. 18
  • 19. SocialTie up - Sanmati Nursing home  An NGO that has been into existence for 41 years, at Madha  Built on 4 acres of land – with 1 acre dedicated to hospital.  Covers 100 villages, within a radius of 2-10 kms.  Cough Syrup that’s in circulation at the moment : Euphoria Healthcare Pvt Ltd, priced at 200/- for 4.5 litres. 19
  • 20. Incentivizing 20 Providing branded Cloth Masks Reasons: Persistent dry cough Increase Goodwill Build Brand trust Associate trust and care Reinforce brand loyalty
  • 21. BrandVisibility 21 Two most visible and prominent structures in all rural settlements: 1. The water tank could be transformed into a Benadryl bottle. 2. Branding on or near the temple. Wall painting based on incentive to assure longevity.
  • 22. Promotional Opportunities 22 Promotional tickers at rural medical and clinical outlets.
  • 23. 23 Promotional Opportunities • Upcoming Hospitals in micro interiors • Developed infra structure.
  • 24. Scarecrow 24 Long stretch of farms provide good visibility in rural and semi rural areas.
  • 25. 25 BrandVisibility RURAL – NO BRANDING SEMI RURAL
  • 26. Broadcast Media 26 • Tie Ups with Local channel : In Channel. • Promotions on Radio channels.
  • 27. Non - conventional Media 27 Gadda Annual Fair : Solapur district & Palki at Pandharpur • Minimum Expected population: 4 Lakhs, with basic occupation: Farming. • Maximum Media coverage. • Crowd hails from rural and Semi rural areas. • Eg:Volini Free Samples
  • 28. Non - conventional Media 28 Gadda Annual Fair : Solapur district & Palki at Pandharpur • Minimum Expected population: 4 Lakhs, with basic occupation: Farming. • Maximum Media coverage. • Crowd hails from rural and Semi rural areas. • Eg:Volini Free Samples
  • 29. Conclusions The promotional activities need to be supported by:  Parallel positive marketing to counter attack competitors.  A designated third party for promotions and supervision.  An accessible network of under cutters for timely delivery and convenience – Cycle responders  Brand visibility in micro interiors. 29
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