12.1CHAPTER 12:CHAPTER 12:INTRODUCING AND NAMING NEW PRODUCTSINTRODUCING AND NAMING NEW PRODUCTSAND BRAND EXTENSIONSAND BR...
12.2Leverage the BrandLeverage the Brand Firms are seeking to build “power” or “mega”Firms are seeking to build “power” o...
12.3Ansoff’s Growth Share MatrixAnsoff’s Growth Share MatrixCurrentCurrentProductsProductsNewNewProductsProductsCurrentCur...
12.4Brand ExtensionsBrand Extensions When a firm uses an established brand name toWhen a firm uses an established brand n...
12.5General Strategies for Establishing a CategoryGeneral Strategies for Establishing a CategoryTauber’s Franchise—Extensi...
12.6Advantages of ExtensionsAdvantages of Extensions Facilitate new product acceptanceFacilitate new product acceptance ...
12.7Advantages of Extensions (Cont.)Advantages of Extensions (Cont.) Provide feedback benefits to parent brandProvide fee...
12.8Disadvantages of ExtensionsDisadvantages of Extensions Can confuse or frustrate consumersCan confuse or frustrate con...
12.9 Managerial assumptionsManagerial assumptions Consumers have some awareness of and positiveConsumers have some aware...
12.10Creating Extension EquityCreating Extension Equity1.1. SalienceSalience of parent brand associations in theof parent ...
12.11Contributing to Parent Brand EquityContributing to Parent Brand Equity How compelling the evidence is concerning the...
12.12Successful ExtensionsSuccessful Extensions Must create points-of-parity and points-of-Must create points-of-parity a...
12.13Successful Category ExtensionsSuccessful Category Extensions Ivory shampoo and conditioner Vaseline Intensive Care ...
12.14Unsuccessful Category ExtensionsUnsuccessful Category Extensions Campbell’s tomato sauce LifeSavers chewing gum Cr...
12.15Evaluating Brand ExtensionEvaluating Brand ExtensionOpportunitiesOpportunities Define actual and desired consumer kn...
12.16Evaluating Brand ExtensionEvaluating Brand ExtensionOpportunitiesOpportunities Design marketing programs to launch e...
12.17When are brand extensions appropriate?When are brand extensions appropriate? If they see some basis of “fit” or simi...
12.18Evaluating Brand Extension OpportunitiesEvaluating Brand Extension Opportunities Define actual and desired consumer ...
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  • Kevin and David Aaker also did some wonderful work on brand extensions and built a model around points of parity and points of difference. IN BAV Consulting we used this to estiamate the probability that a brand could successfully extend/move to another category. But we used probability of achieving an 80% score in the new category for relevance and Differentiation great stuff ..Ed
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    1. 1. 12.1CHAPTER 12:CHAPTER 12:INTRODUCING AND NAMING NEW PRODUCTSINTRODUCING AND NAMING NEW PRODUCTSAND BRAND EXTENSIONSAND BRAND EXTENSIONSKevin Lane KellerKevin Lane KellerTuck School of BusinessTuck School of BusinessDartmouth CollegeDartmouth College
    2. 2. 12.2Leverage the BrandLeverage the Brand Firms are seeking to build “power” or “mega”Firms are seeking to build “power” or “mega”brands that establish a broad market footprint,brands that establish a broad market footprint,appealing to multiple customer segments withappealing to multiple customer segments withmultiple products all underneath the brandmultiple products all underneath the brandumbrella.umbrella.
    3. 3. 12.3Ansoff’s Growth Share MatrixAnsoff’s Growth Share MatrixCurrentCurrentProductsProductsNewNewProductsProductsCurrentCurrentMarketsMarketsMarketMarketpenetrationpenetrationstrategystrategyProductProductdevelopmentdevelopmentstrategystrategyNewNewMarketsMarketsMarketMarketdevelopmentdevelopmentstrategystrategyDiversificationDiversificationstrategystrategy
    4. 4. 12.4Brand ExtensionsBrand Extensions When a firm uses an established brand name toWhen a firm uses an established brand name tointroduce a new productintroduce a new product Brand extension classificationBrand extension classification Line extensionLine extension Using a sub-brand to target a new market segment withinUsing a sub-brand to target a new market segment withinthe same product categorythe same product category Category extensionCategory extension Using the parent brand in a different product categoryUsing the parent brand in a different product category
    5. 5. 12.5General Strategies for Establishing a CategoryGeneral Strategies for Establishing a CategoryTauber’s Franchise—ExtensionTauber’s Franchise—Extension Introduce the same product in a different form.Introduce the same product in a different form. Example: Ocean SprayExample: Ocean SprayCranberry Juice CocktailCranberry Juice Cocktail IIntroduce products that contain the brand’s distinctive taste, ingredient, orntroduce products that contain the brand’s distinctive taste, ingredient, orcomponent.component. Example: Philadelphia cream cheese salad dressingExample: Philadelphia cream cheese salad dressing Introduce companion products for the brand.Introduce companion products for the brand. Example: ColemanExample: Colemancamping equipmentcamping equipment Introduce products relevant to the customer franchise of the brand.Introduce products relevant to the customer franchise of the brand.Example: Gerber insuranceExample: Gerber insurance Introduce products that capitalize on the firm’s perceived expertise.Introduce products that capitalize on the firm’s perceived expertise.Example: Honda lawn mowersExample: Honda lawn mowers Introduce products that reflect the brand’s distinctive benefit, attribute, orIntroduce products that reflect the brand’s distinctive benefit, attribute, orfeature.feature. Example: Lysol’s “deodorizing” household cleaningExample: Lysol’s “deodorizing” household cleaningproductsproducts Introduce products that capitalize on the distinctive image or prestige of theIntroduce products that capitalize on the distinctive image or prestige of thebrand.brand. Example: Calvin Klein clothesExample: Calvin Klein clothes
    6. 6. 12.6Advantages of ExtensionsAdvantages of Extensions Facilitate new product acceptanceFacilitate new product acceptance Improve brand imageImprove brand image Reduce risk perceived by customersReduce risk perceived by customers Increase the probability of gaining distribution and trialIncrease the probability of gaining distribution and trial Increase efficiency of promotional expendituresIncrease efficiency of promotional expenditures Reduce costs of introductory and follow-up marketingReduce costs of introductory and follow-up marketingprogramsprograms Avoid cost of developing a new brandAvoid cost of developing a new brand Allow for packaging and labeling efficienciesAllow for packaging and labeling efficiencies Permit consumer variety seekingPermit consumer variety seeking
    7. 7. 12.7Advantages of Extensions (Cont.)Advantages of Extensions (Cont.) Provide feedback benefits to parent brandProvide feedback benefits to parent brand Clarify brand meaningClarify brand meaning Enhance the parent brand imageEnhance the parent brand image Bring new customers into brand franchise andBring new customers into brand franchise andincrease market coverageincrease market coverage Revitalize the brandRevitalize the brand Permit subsequent extensionsPermit subsequent extensions
    8. 8. 12.8Disadvantages of ExtensionsDisadvantages of Extensions Can confuse or frustrate consumersCan confuse or frustrate consumers Can encounter retailer resistanceCan encounter retailer resistance Can fail and hurt parent brand imageCan fail and hurt parent brand image Can succeed but cannibalize sales of parent brandCan succeed but cannibalize sales of parent brand Can succeed but diminish identification with any oneCan succeed but diminish identification with any onecategorycategory Can succeed but hurt the image of the parent brandCan succeed but hurt the image of the parent brand Can dilute brand meaningCan dilute brand meaning Can cause the company to forgo the chance to develop aCan cause the company to forgo the chance to develop anew brandnew brand
    9. 9. 12.9 Managerial assumptionsManagerial assumptions Consumers have some awareness of and positiveConsumers have some awareness of and positiveassociations about the brand in memoryassociations about the brand in memory At least some of these positive associations areAt least some of these positive associations areevoked by the brand extensionevoked by the brand extension Negative associations are not transferred from theNegative associations are not transferred from theparent brandparent brand Negative associations are not created by the brandNegative associations are not created by the brandextensionextensionUnderstanding How Customers Evaluate BrandUnderstanding How Customers Evaluate BrandExtensionsExtensions
    10. 10. 12.10Creating Extension EquityCreating Extension Equity1.1. SalienceSalience of parent brand associations in theof parent brand associations in theminds of consumers in the extension contextminds of consumers in the extension context2.2. FavorabilityFavorability of any inferred associations in theof any inferred associations in theextension contextextension context3.3. UniquenessUniqueness of any inferred associations in theof any inferred associations in theextension contextextension context
    11. 11. 12.11Contributing to Parent Brand EquityContributing to Parent Brand Equity How compelling the evidence is concerning thecorresponding attribute or benefit association inthe extension context How relevant or diagnostic the extension evidenceis concerning the attribute or benefit for theparent brand How consistent the extension evidence is with thecorresponding parent brand associations How strong existing attribute or benefitassociations are held in consumer memory forthe parent brand
    12. 12. 12.12Successful ExtensionsSuccessful Extensions Must create points-of-parity and points-of-Must create points-of-parity and points-of-difference in extension categorydifference in extension category Must recognize competitive reactionsMust recognize competitive reactions Must enhance points-of-parity and points-of-Must enhance points-of-parity and points-of-difference of parent branddifference of parent brand Must maximize the advantages and minimizeMust maximize the advantages and minimizethe disadvantages of brand extensionsthe disadvantages of brand extensions
    13. 13. 12.13Successful Category ExtensionsSuccessful Category Extensions Ivory shampoo and conditioner Vaseline Intensive Care skin lotion Hershey chocolate milk Jell-O pudding pops Visa traveler’s checks Sunkist orange soda Colgate toothbrushes Mars ice cream bars Arm & Hammer toothpaste Bic disposable lighters Aunt Jemima pancake syrup Honda lawn mowers
    14. 14. 12.14Unsuccessful Category ExtensionsUnsuccessful Category Extensions Campbell’s tomato sauce LifeSavers chewing gum Cracker Jack cereal Harley Davidson wine coolers Hidden Valley Ranch frozen entrees Bic perfumes Ben-Gay aspirin Kleenex diapers Levi’s Tailored Classics suits Nautilus athletic shoes Domino’s fruit-flavored bubble gum Smucker’s ketchup Fruit of the Loom laundry detergent
    15. 15. 12.15Evaluating Brand ExtensionEvaluating Brand ExtensionOpportunitiesOpportunities Define actual and desired consumer knowledgeDefine actual and desired consumer knowledgeabout the brandabout the brand Identify possible extension candidatesIdentify possible extension candidates Evaluate the potential of the extension candidateEvaluate the potential of the extension candidate The likelihood that the extension will realize theThe likelihood that the extension will realize theadvantages and avoid the disadvantages of brandadvantages and avoid the disadvantages of brandextensions. As with any new product, analysis ofextensions. As with any new product, analysis ofconsumer, corporate, and competitive factors can beconsumer, corporate, and competitive factors can beuseful.useful.
    16. 16. 12.16Evaluating Brand ExtensionEvaluating Brand ExtensionOpportunitiesOpportunities Design marketing programs to launch extensionDesign marketing programs to launch extension Building brand equity for a brand extension requiresBuilding brand equity for a brand extension requireschoosing brand elements, designing the optimalchoosing brand elements, designing the optimalmarketing program to launch the extension, andmarketing program to launch the extension, andleveraging secondary associations.leveraging secondary associations. Evaluate extension success and effects on parentEvaluate extension success and effects on parentbrand equitybrand equity
    17. 17. 12.17When are brand extensions appropriate?When are brand extensions appropriate? If they see some basis of “fit” or similarityIf they see some basis of “fit” or similaritybetween the proposed extension and parentbetween the proposed extension and parentbrandbrand The major mistake in evaluating extensionThe major mistake in evaluating extensionopportunities is failing to take all of consumers’opportunities is failing to take all of consumers’brand knowledge structures into account.brand knowledge structures into account. Often, marketers mistakenly focus on only oneOften, marketers mistakenly focus on only onebrand association and ignore other potentiallybrand association and ignore other potentiallyimportant brand associations in the process.important brand associations in the process.
    18. 18. 12.18Evaluating Brand Extension OpportunitiesEvaluating Brand Extension Opportunities Define actual and desired consumer knowledgeDefine actual and desired consumer knowledgeabout the brandabout the brand Identify possible extension candidatesIdentify possible extension candidates Evaluate the potential of the extensionEvaluate the potential of the extensioncandidatecandidate Design marketing programs to launch extensionDesign marketing programs to launch extension Evaluate extension success and effects on parentEvaluate extension success and effects on parentbrand equitybrand equity
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