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Big Boy Tamales

Big Boy Tamales



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    • BIG BOY TAMALES #1 PROMOTION stuart scudder
    • Market Summary
      • Market: The census tract has a population including 3000 families etc.
      • Competition: The area is underserved with only two fast food restaurants, which are independent and one family restaurant.
      • Market share: leadership, players, market shifts, costs, pricing, competition
      Community sales buildup Breakfasts, lunch And dinner potential Extended projection Time Number of customers
    • Product Definition
      • Menu proposed: Breakfast will include traditional American and Latin items, such as eggs rancheros and tamales. Breakfasts with hot drink will start at $3.
      • Lunch and dinner will include sandwiches and two lunch specials for under $6.
    • Competition
      • The competitive landscape
        • Provide an overview of product competitors, their strengths and weaknesses
        • Position each competitor’s product against new product
      A B C D Performance Price
    • Positioning
      • Positioning of product or service
        • Statement that distinctly defines the product in its market and against its competition over time
      • Consumer promise
        • Statement summarizing the benefit of the product or service to the consumer
    • Communication Strategies
      • Messaging by audience
      • Target consumer demographics
    • Packaging & Fulfillment
      • Product packaging
        • Discuss form-factor, pricing, look, strategy
        • Discuss fulfillment issues for items not shipped directly with product
      • COGs
        • Summarize Cost of Goods and high-level Bill of Materials
    • Launch Strategies
      • Launch plan
        • If product is being announced
      • Promotion budget
        • Supply back up material with detailed budget information for review
      Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Sep Oct Nov Dec Aug
    • Public Relations
      • Strategy & execution
        • PR strategies
        • PR plan highlights
        • Have backup PR plan including editorial calendars, speaking engagements, conference schedules, etc.
    • Advertising
      • Strategy & execution
        • Overview of strategy
        • Overview of media & timing
        • Overview of ad spending
    • Other Promotion
      • Direct marketing
        • Overview of strategy, vehicles & timing
        • Overview of response targets, goals & budget
      • Third-party marketing
        • Co-marketing arrangements with other companies
      • Marketing programs
        • Other promotional programs
    • Pricing
      • Pricing
        • Summarize specific pricing or pricing strategies
        • Compare to similar products
      • Policies
        • Summarize policy relevant to understanding key pricing issues
    • Distribution
      • Distribution strategy
      • Channels of distribution
        • Summarize channels of distribution
      • Distribution by channel
        • Show plan of what percent share of distribution will be contributed by each channel -- a pie chart might be helpful
    • Vertical Markets/Segments
      • Vertical market opportunities
        • Discuss specific market segment opportunities
        • Address distribution strategies for those markets or segments
        • Address use of third-party partner role in distribution to vertical markets
    • International
      • International distribution
        • Address distribution strategies
        • Discuss issues specific to international distribution
      • International pricing strategy
      • Localization issues
        • Highlight requirements for local product variations
    • Success Metrics
      • First year goals
      • Additional year goals
      • Measures of success/failure
      • Requirements for success
    • Schedule
      • 18-month schedule highlights
      • Timing
        • Isolate timing dependencies critical to success
      Task 2 Task 3 Task 4 Task 1 Milestone Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Sep Oct Nov Dec Aug