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  1. 1. MARKETING ARSHDEEP SINGH(CEO) , Kritika Vasisht(VP) MD.TUFFAIL(MD), AMRIT KUMAR DEEPAK(MD),SOURABH MEENA, ABHISHEK KUMAR, HIMANSHU SHEKHAWAT
  2. 2. • WELCOME LIPTON ICE TEA-ENERGIZE YOUR LIFE
  3. 3. BRIEF HISTORY AND INTRODUCTION OF LIPTON Created at the end of the 19th century by SIR THOMAS LIPTON in Glasgow, Scotland. Under The Slogan: “Direct from the tea gardens to the tea pot” This entrepreneurial businessman wanted to make tea a popular and approachable drink for everyone – with a high quality but reasonably priced product. Over the course of a century, Lipton has become a dominant tea brand in many markets. Products target the mass market and are generally positioned in the middle of the price spectrum for tea. The company's Lipton Institute of Tea researches tea's various health and mental benefits, as well as tea growing, processing and tasting. Unilever/Lipton owns tea estates in Kenya and Tanzania, making it one of the few companies that is actively involved in the whole value chain of tea, from growing it to marketing it.
  4. 4. LIPTON ICE TEA • Provides protective falconoid antioxidants. • Drink provides the taste, quality and also good for health. • Committed to making iced tea as healthy and delicious with essential nutrients needed for optimal growth, development and refreshment. • Instant tea drink, consisting of various nutrients and herb extracts. • Tea is sweet, though it has less sugar than a typical soft drink. • The drink is a mix of tea, sugar and peach with different herb extracts
  5. 5. Product Features And Attributes Why to prefer the Lipton Ice Tea? Green tea is renowned for its healthful properties. Green tea is full of clean taste, vitality, and great flavor. Ice Tea Provides protective falconoid antioxidants provide the taste, quality and it is also good for health
  6. 6. MarketDescriptionOf Lipton Ice Tea • Lipton Ice Tea is a multi vitamin and nutritious drink. It is available in one flavor. • Lipton Ice Tea provides refreshment, energy and also helps in reducing weight. • Features: • Lipton is introduced only in one flavor : • Flavor: • Lipton iced green tea
  7. 7. Levels of product:-Core Benefit: Refresher and Stimulant. Packaging: Packing of Lipton Ice Tea is very attractive due to different colors. The descriptor on the product contains the all information about the product. Benefits: Convenience: Lipton Ice Tea is taken in can to enjoy the look and the taste. Convenience can be taken as the plastic can is easy to dispose off without creating any fuss. Lipton Ice Tea can be taken as a substitute of tea or fruit drinks and can replace your meal at the same time. Nutritional Values: Our drink provides extra nutritional contents like; iron, protein, fiber, vitamin C, Calcium, Sodium and Carbohydrates.
  8. 8. • MISSION STATEMENT “CHANGING THE LIVES OF THE TEA LOVERS BY INNOVATING THE ICE TEA”
  9. 9. • To provide value and quality to our consumers, our aim is constantly to provide world class service for our customers, deliver value for our products and make Lipton a great place to work for our employees. We aim to have a reputation for innovative thinking in the areas that matter to our customers To be an innovative, marketing and research oriented.
  10. 10. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Non Financial: Delivering the good quality and taste to the consumers. Improve the company’s image Contribution in the community activities Increasing the number of jobs and enhancing quality of life of employees Financial: Improve Profitability Increasing the net profit as percentage sale Increasing the net profit as percentage of investment Increasing the net profit as per share common stock Increasing Volume Increase the market share Continuous growth in sales Improving the sales ranking in the market Increasing the production capacity and its utilization Increase the seasonal sales volume
  11. 11. CORE COMPETENCYCore competence  Core Distinctive Competency Of The Lipton • Multi National Company is certified from ISO. • They have highly effective Human Resource Management. • Offer versatile, high quality products. • Use Sterile Filling Process and Tunnel Pasteurization in packaging process. • Offers the products worldwide according to the taste of people in a particular country. • Has a separate supply chain department. Supplies chain makes sure that products are available, no matter where you are in India. • Lipton Ice Tea is renowned for its healthful properties. Other beverages and soft drinks however, represent the epitome of sugary soft drinks. • Lipton Ice Tea is full of clean taste, vitality, and great flavor. Plus, Lipton Ice Tea provides protective falconoid antioxidants. • Lipton Ice Tea is the drink which provides the taste, quality and it is also good for health.
  12. 12. STRATEGY  The Customers Come First- Wants to win and keep its customers: distributers, supermarkets, hotels, shopkeepers and the final buyers. • Trade customers expect excellent service, correct information and timely delivery. • Consumers consider taste, appearance and price when they make their choice. • Task is to understand what consumers want and respond to their expectations rapidly and effectively. • Lipton serves various groups of consumers and there is demand for products at different levels of perceived quality and price. • Lipton Ice Tea shares society’s concern for the environment and is committed to environmentally sound business practices throughout the world. • Customers are central to business and we must always respect their needs and preferences.
  13. 13. Marketing environment  Internal Environment In HUL Internal environment ensures • Employees are on side with the goals of an organization • They have direct impact on product quality, dependability and overall productivity. • They are internal market, which impact every department within an organization; a satisfied internal market will be better able to satisfy external market. • Unilever under the top management runs the departments of finance, accounting, sales and marketing, research and development to achieve the goals of organization.
  14. 14.  Micro Environment In Unilever the microenvironment factors includes:  Suppliers: • Suppliers provide the resources like labor and material resources to produce goods and services. They add to customers overall value delivery system.  Labor supplies include handling of • Quality of labor • Quantity of labor • Labor strikes • Labor relations  Material supplies deals with • Quantity of material • Quality of material • Price of material • Stability of material inputs • Delivery delays Unilever efficiency handles the quality, quality, price and stability of both material and labor supplies. Management maps out the strategies for labor strikes, supply shortages and delays to avoid the cost of production, which can badly affect sales in short run and customer satisfaction in long run.
  15. 15.  MACRO ENVIRONMENT  MACRO-ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS: The societal factors that have a direct and influential effect on the Unilever progress come under the baseline of macro- environmental factors. The company’s sales revenues and purchases are somehow dependent on it. The different macro-environmental factors affect differently depending on the nature of different Lipton products. These factors are • DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS: Demographic factors have no effect on Lipton Ice Tea. As it has been offered to groups of all ages and it is not depending on the limitations defined by gender, size, racial discrimination, occupation and location. • ECONOMIC FACTORS: Lipton brand has been of all class brand. It generates it revenue from the sales coming from upper class, upper-middle class and middle class but it is usually not consumed by lower income groups. • POLITICAL FACTORS: Lipton Ice Tea and its other products do not include substances that can cause dizziness, drowsiness and addiction. Its composition is purely natural and no harmful chemicals or artificial flavors are added in it. • CULTURAL FACTORS: Unilever has always been offering products that are acceptable by our cultural society and always keep focusing on basic values and perceptions of Indian society. It has never launched such products which are forbidden in Indian society and in Islam. The Unilever Corporate always focus on providing Halal products.
  16. 16. Competitors in Market For Lipton Ice Tea, the direct competitors belong to the tea and the indirect competitors are of the beverage industry.  State Of Market and Competition: As far as the competitors are concerned, Lipton has a strong competitor in this field. Nestea and Coca-Cola is also producing ice tea in India. Lipton can have a competitive edge over Nestea by producing iced tea in the country and making it available for target customers at a lower price than competitors. Secondly Unilever is a trusted company so people prefer buying its products and they are not reluctant in trying its products.  DIRECT COMPETITORS: The direct competitors of our Product are: • Nestea: We are competing our product with them because they are the main competitors of the ice tea market and they are providing the many flavor of ice tea and also they have contain 73% market share of ice tea.- • Coca-Cola- Coca cola is coming with their ice tea drink Fuze with six flavor. Coca cola is new entrant for Lipton as well as Nestea.  INDIRECT COMPETITORS:As the ice tea is the symbol of the refreshment and nutrition and its is also a substitute for the other soft drinks, so in the soft drink market we have the competitors like carbonate drinks, juice.
  17. 17. COMPANY ANALYSIS • Research And Competitive Analysis: They have to analyze the competitor all the strengths, weakness, opportunities, and threats of them and also their Product’s price, features etc. They have to conduct the market research to find out what costumers want and what is available in the market and what can their company do for the costumers
  18. 18.  Quality Is Our Competitive Advantage We live in competitive world and must never forget that our customers have choice .if they are not satisfied with Lipton product, they will switch to another brand. Our goal, therefore, is to provide superior value in every product category and market sector in which we compete. The pursuit of highest quality at any cost is no guarantee for success, nor is a single-minded cost cutting approach. Lasting competitive advantage is gained from a balanced search for optimal value to customers, by simultaneous improvement of quality and reduction cost. We must watch and learn from our competitors. If they do something better, we must improve our own performance. We can achieve competitive advantage through Quality.
  19. 19. SWOT ANALYSIS LIPTON ICE TEA  STRENGTHS: • LIPTON ICE TEA provides extra nutrients in the form of natural extracts. These extracts provide additional vitamins, calcium, iron, carbohydrates etc. LIPTON ICE TEA does not consist of any artificial flavorings or colors. • The USP is very distinct considering the fact that this product has a combination of attributes that are not otherwise found in the competing products. LIPTON ICE TEA’s distinctiveness lies in its nutritional value and herbs which serves as its USP.
  20. 20.  WEAKNESS: • Strong Direct & Indirect Competition:-There is strong competition in the industry through the presence of Tea industry giants like Tata tea, Taza etc. and in addition Pepsi and Coca-Cola capture a large market share through efficient and widespread promotional campaigns and distribution network. • Conventional Perception About Tea:-In a country like India the consumption of tea is very high. Keeping this in mind there are a lot of companies catering to this need segment. LIPTON ICE TEA, though is a differentiated product, has tea as its base, therefore the first image that it conjures up in the mind of users is that of a drink that is taken chilled in different flavours. • Competition:-Lipton has intense competition, as our analysis is one of their weaknesses as to stay alive against a giant as Lipton and the other one new entrant in the beverages industries. Our product is suitable only for summer season.
  21. 21.  OPPORTUNITY: • High Potential In Terms Of Increasing Market Share:- LIPTON TEA Pvt. Ltd views the ever increasing market share of 1.2 billon population as an opportunity for LIPTON ICE TEA. • Higher degree of adaptability from the younger generation:-The youth of India in contrast to their precedents are more adaptable and recipient towards new ideas. It will attract these youngsters as well as people in their thirties through these features, who over all other things rate convenience and quality first. • Nutritional Product:-LIPTON ICE TEA, in contrast to tea and other fruit drinks available in the market, contains no artificial flavors or coloring. Apart from this it’s low caffeine content, non- carbonated and presence of additional vitamins, calcium, carbohydrate and iron contents make it an attractive alternative to the already present drinks in the market. The novelty of our drink will attract the health conscious group of consumers who are otherwise neglected.
  22. 22.  THREATS: • Government Policies:-Government Policies like GST, which has been levied upon all consumer products, poses as a threat to us as to fulfill this criterion and to cover our costs we have to set our prices higher than we initially hoped for. Apart from this the discouraging policies regarding the import of tealeaves is another threat for us. • Competitor’s Strategies And Polices:-The very fact that LIPTON ICE TEA is competing against names like Nestea, Coca-Cola Fuze, etc. poses to be a threat for us. At this initial stage, though LIPTON ICE TEA will be substantiated with an adequate advertising budget, it may still fall short of that of its competitors. • NEW competitor enters in the market like Coca-Cola with Fuze tea. • As we are distributors if company increase their price or stop manufacturing the product our business will lead to failure.
  23. 23. MARKETING STRATEGY AND OBJECTIVES  Marketing Strategy: • Lipton Ice Tea would be considered product development as it is a new product and targets new market. • The target market is younger, energetic and moderate-to-high-income individuals who seek different tastes in their drinks and teas. Lipton Ice Tea will be positioned as a drink more fun and refreshing , for more outgoing people and for people with a distinctive taste. • Lipton aims to catch more of market share in the long run. To achieve this Lipton will maintain high quality of materials and products and keep improving it over the years. Prices could vary slightly depending on competition from other firms • TARGET MARKETS- Teenagers And Young Adults.
  24. 24. SURVEY REPORT The team comprises of 6 members. The team is headed by Mr. Harry and Mr. Dinesh. Harry handles the preparation of fast food items while Dinesh coordinates with the accounts part. 2 members deal with the preparation of raw material and 2 members handle the preparation of Paranthas, Noodles, Manchurian and Pav Bhaji. The Lipton team arrives at 9:30 daily and after cleaning they start taking orders at 10 and work till 8 in the evening.
  25. 25. Inventory and sales • Lipton expects around 500 students everyday. • They bring fresh material daily which helps them to maintain their quality and their customer loyalty. • However, these figures don’t hold true for the months of December, June and July when students are not in campus and the sales also decrease during exam days. • But during the fests the sales increase.
  26. 26. Competitors if any…  Bean-O-Mania  Jain Kiryana Shop  C-Cubes  Verka But the Lipton team believes that :  All are different organizations  They don’t feel any kind of pressure when it comes to competition.
  27. 27. Initial Days • Bean-O-Mania and The Departmental Store were the only competitors at that time. • The first day of the shop was good and people turned up irrespective of the existing shops. • Lipton made a mark quickly in NITJ because it had a good variety and quality at that time when NITJ was looking for a change. • And since then, the working model has been improving. •
  28. 28. Suppliers Distribution Marketing Shipping Sales Warehouse Manufacturing Inventory Research & Development Quality Assurance Consumers Endpoints Information Systems UV Plantations Suf folk Packaging Manufacturing Suffolk, Virginia Lipton Supply Chain Tea Supply Chain
  29. 29. History of Lipton at NITJ Lipton came to existence at NITJ in 2011 in the month of November. The place at present where Lipton is had nothing before. Initially that place contains lots of waste n workers refused to work but later on officials convinced them. Since then it has become a great success.
  30. 30. Lipton PEST Analysis
  31. 31. Product Life Cycle  Just how humans are born, grow, mature and eventually pass away, similar is the story with products.  Products also follow the same life cycle as humans and is the called Product Life Cycle.  On similar lines, Industries also follow the same trend and is called the Industry Life Cycle. There are four basic stages that all products go through which are -  The Introductory Stage  The Growth Stage  The Maturity Stage  The Decline Stage.
  32. 32. From the Table above we can clearly infer that the Iced Tea in India is still in its Introductory stage because of the following, 1)High Cost, Less Sales 2)Less Brand awareness 3)Lot of advertising & promoting campaigns 4)Less competitors.
  33. 33. Porter model • THREATS OF NEW ENTRANTS  High capital Lipton is the market leader of tea worldwide. Any new entrant in the market needs a huge capital to participate in the race with the Lipton  OWN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM To own a distributor channel in the market where large organization like Lipton are already present is very difficult for the new entrants  BRAND IDENTITY How to identify our brand in the market is more difficult for any new entrants, because Lipton is a very recognizable brand so it is very difficult for the new entrant to compete.
  34. 34. • BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS The bargaining power of buyers with Lipton products is very high in India because of their price sensitivity, brand loyalty status which is becoming high inIndia and they are becoming more familiar with the products and the features of different brands including Unilevers brand Lipton. BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS The bargaining power of suppliers with Lipton in India is very low because of the availability of large numbers of suppliers in the market and it becomes the honor for the suppliers to become a supplier of Lipton, the world’s largest HOUSEHOLD Company, but now Unilever has almost its own suppliers. • THREATS OF NEW Substitutes Lipton does not have so many threats of substitutes for its products except for few which are:
  35. 35. Inter rivalry Bargaining power of buyer Bargaining power of suppliers Threat of substitutes Threat of new entrants
  36. 36. Industrial analysis • In 2005, the tea industry reached the $1.7 billion category and it is expected to continue growing indefinitely. Market analysts believe the tea industry will continue to boom and is not expected to reach saturation level in the near future. The favorable movement in the tea industry can be attributed to two major factors: • a) Consumers need for convenience and time-saving services; • b) The positive press given to tea. • As so many companies do increase their Product Mix in order to increase the sales by serving a different and unconsidered segment of the market and also to increase their market share
  37. 37. US - Lipton and Competition 79% 3%% 4%% 7%% 7%% Soft Drinks and Alternative Beverages generate retail sales of over 70$ billion Bottled Water is the fastest growing beverage category!!! Lipton has been leading the market by introducing innovative products such as dieting and flavored teas backed up by smart spending on Rainforest Alliance to gain access to non-auctioned tea - Teaconomics
  38. 38. Survey outside campus
  39. 39. Survey in campus
  40. 40. MARKETING STRATEGY • Needs product development • Target market a. teenagers and young adults b. moderate to high income individuals c. those who seeks different tastes. • Aims to catch 70% of market share in long run • To achieve this it will maintain high quality of materials • Prices could vary slightly depending on competition from other firms • Initially marketing research expenditure will increase to analyze the charges in market
  41. 41. SEGMENTATION • One of the important step • As by this it is easier to position it at best level in minds of customer • Segment marketing offers several benefits over mass marketing • More easily select the best distribution • Consists a group of customer who have similar set of wants • Tea drinkers will really enjoy the new products & flavored ice tea • Will appeal to youth, active adults who seek refreshment & healthy benefits • Lipton ice tea has antioxidant properties • OBJECTIVE OF SEGMENT • Spread awareness to youth and adults
  42. 42. VARIABLE OF SEGMENTATION Variable of segmentation Geographic Demographic Behavioural Psychographic
  43. 43. OUR PHILOSPHY & STRATEGY • Win consumer’s trust • Understand consumer nutritional & emotional preference • Serving our consumer & improve their quality of life • Our strategy starts & ends with consumer • Creating customer loyalty & retention • growing share of customer • Building customer equity
  44. 44. Point of difference Quality Packaging Dietary supplement Pricing
  45. 45. THANK YOU

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