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The pepsi's strongness in market

The pepsi's strongness in market

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  • 1. PEPSICO By Muthu
  • 2. HISTORY
    • The originator -
    • Caleb D. Bradham in 1898-northern carolina
    • Pepsico Americas Beverages(PAB)1992
    • Partnership with Thomas J. Lipton Co. to sell ready-to-drink tea in 1992
    • First fresh juice brand Tropicana Acquired in 1998
    • SoBe became a part of PAB in 2001
    • Gatorade thirst quencher sport drinks became a part of PepsiCo with the merger in 2001
  • 3. Expansion
    • On Feb 26th, 2010, PepsiCo mergers with PAS and PBG to strengthen its North American beverage business
    • PBC encompasses approximately 75 percent of PepsiCo's North American beverage volume
  • 4. Leadership Indra K.Nooyi Chairman and CEO, PepsiCo John copton CEO, PepsiCo Albert.p.carray CEO, PepsiCo Zein abdalla CEO,PepsiCo Europe Saad abdul -latif Manu Anand, Chairman, PepsiCo India
  • 5. 2009 Milestones
    • Named 'Best Companies for Multi Cultural Women'
    • New brand Pearled Couscous side dish & Near East Gourmet Meal Kits
    • celebrates its 75th anniversary in Canada
    • PepsiCo-Almarai JV acquires stake in Jordanian dairy company, Teeba
    • Honored with 'Respect Award' for its commitment to diversity by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)
    • PepsiCo Russia celebrates 50th Anniversary
    • Make 'Best Foods for Women' list in Women's Health magazine
    • Aunt Jemima brand celebrates 120 years
    • joins Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation to help reduce obesity in the US
    • Again named to Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index
    • United Nations Association of New York honors Frito-Lay for its environmental efforts
    • The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awards PepsiCo a 2009 Energy Start Sustained Excellence Award for its energy efficiency program
  • 6. Main brands
    • Gatorade Brands
    • over 80 countries
    • 40 years of rehydration and sports nutrition
    • Tropicana Brands
    • strongest name in juices
    • plenty of nutritious, high-quality flavors
    • Frito-Lay Brands
    • Employing over 48,000 people
    • $13 billion of business
    • Pepsi-Cola Brands
    • Fun & refreshment over 100 years
    • Broad spectrum of beverages it offers worldwide
  • 7.
    • offering snacks, foods and drinks that satisfy consumers’ changing preferences
    • changing on the basis of the health of the world’s population demands it.
    • Human Sustainability initiatives are led by PepsiCo’s chief scientific officer (CSO)
    • Each executive reports to PepsiCo’s chairman and CEO serves on the PepsiCo Executive Committee
    • R&D on its major product categories exploring new categories through long-term research
    • addresses public health concerns including obesity, and our network of leaders includes world-renowned clinical scientists and experts in science, nutrition, food safety, epidemiology and health policy.
  • 8. Our Goals and Commitments
    • Grow international revenues at two times real global GDP growth rate.
    • Grow savory snack and Liquid Refreshment Beverage market share in the top 20 markets.
    • Sustain or improve brand equity scores for PepsiCo's 19 billion-dollar brands in top 10 markets.
    • Rank among the top two suppliers in customer (retail partner) surveys where third-party measures exist.
  • 9. Financial position Income from the beverages mkt -38% 48% revenue from the foods PEP:62.60 +0.71
  • 10.  
  • 11. Solid Financial Performance
    • Net revenue grew 5% on a constant currency basis.
    • Core division operating profit rose 6% on a constant currency basis.
    • Core EPS grew 6% on a constant currency basis.
    • Management operating cash flow, reached $5.6 billion, up 16%.
    • Raised the annual dividend by 6%.
  • 12. Highlights
    • CEO says North American beverage volume trends were improving &facing tougher comparisons
    • Revenue rose 13 percent to $9.37 billion
    • Snacks strong in INDIA, CHINA
    • snack sales by volume rose 1 %, boosted by growth in markets such as India and China, which helped offset a 0.5 %volume decline in its beverage business
  • 13. Key Challenges and Strategies for Driving Growth
    • Expand the Global Leadership Position of our Snacks Business
    • Ensure Sustainable, Profitable Growth in Global Beverages
    • Unleash the Power of "Power of One"
    • Rapidly Expand our "Good for You" Portfolio
    • Continue to Deliver on Our Environmental Sustainability Goals and Commitments
    • Cherish our Employees and Develop the Leadership to Sustain Our Growth
  • 14. STRATEGY
    • Social vending system
    • Many more designs
    • for one brand
    • Based on the youth &
    • population
    • Promoting through TV Ad
    • & new way of using package
    • Introducing slogans
  • 15.