Fmcg INDIA INDUSTRY ANALYSIS

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  • Counterfeit product: These products narrow the scope of FMCG products in rural  and semi-urban market. Rising income levels, i.e. increase in purchasing power of consumersRemoval of import restrictions resulting in replacing of domestic brands
  • Fmcg INDIA INDUSTRY ANALYSIS

    1. 1. Industry Analysis<br />
    2. 2. FMCG Sector of India<br />The Indian FMCG sector, with a market size of $ 25 billion (2007–08 retail sales), constitutes 2.15 per cent of India’s GDP.<br />The industry is poised to grow at CAGR between 10 to 12 per cent annually.<br />Annual profit of FMCG sector is $14.74 billion.<br />Market growth rate – Rural -40%, Urban -25%<br />Average Indian spending on groceries and personal care is 48% (Groceries 40% & personal care 8%).<br />Implementation of the proposed GST and opening of FDI are expected to fuel growth of industry’s size to<br />$47 billion (Rs 225,000 crore) by 2013 and $95 billion (Rs 456,000 crore) by 2018, according to a new Ficci-Technopak report.<br />
    3. 3. GDP rate increase along<br />Increase in disposable income at 10 % annually for next 8 yrs.<br />Indian FMCG Recorded 16% Sales Growth in Last Fiscal.<br />The FMCG sector is a 4th largest sector of Indian<br />GST Regime<br />Transportation and infrastructure development in rural areas helps in distribution network.<br />Restrictions in import policies.<br />Help for agricultural sector .<br />PEST<br />Analysis<br />(FMCG Sector)<br />Technology has been simplified and available in the industry. <br />2. Foreign players helps in high technological development.<br /> Rural employment<br />Volume-driven growth in rural market. <br />Major young population can increase revenue .<br />The Indian culture, social & life styles are changing drastically.<br />
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    5. 5. Company Profiles<br />HUL<br />ITC<br />Dabur<br />
    6. 6. <ul><li>Type: Public company BSE:HUL
    7. 7. Industry: Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG)
    8. 8. Founded: 1933
    9. 9. Headquarters: Mumbai, India
    10. 10. Key people: Harish Manwani (Chairman), NitinParanjpe (CEO and Managing Director)
    11. 11. Products: Home & Personal Care, Foods, Water Purifier
    12. 12. Revenue:  `18,220.27 crore(US$ 3.96 billion) (2009-2010)
    13. 13. Employees: More than 15000 direct employees including more than 1400 managers
    14. 14. Parentage company: Unilever Plc </li></li></ul><li>
    15. 15. <ul><li> Type: Public (BSE: 500875)
    16. 16. Industry: Conglomerate
    17. 17. Founded: 24 August 1910
    18. 18. Headquarters: Kolkata, India
    19. 19. Key people: </li></ul>YogeshChander, ChairmanK. Vaidyanath, Director <br />Kurush Grant, Director <br />Rajiv Tandon (CFO)<br /><ul><li>Total Revenue: `26,259.60 crores(2010)
    20. 20. FMCG Revenue: `20,924.71 crores (2010) </li></ul> FMCG-Cigarettes : `17,283.03 crores<br /> FMCG-Others: `3,641.68 crores.<br /><ul><li>Turnover: US $6 billion
    21. 21. Market Capitalization: US $ 22 billion
    22. 22. CAGR : FMCG (Others) clocked 38% in the last 5 years.
    23. 23. Employees: 26,150 (2009)</li></li></ul><li>
    24. 24. Type: Public (NSE, BSE) <br />Industry: Health Care, Food <br />Founded 1884<br />Founder(s) Dr. S K Burman<br />Headquarters: Sahibabad, Ghaziabad, India<br />Area served :Worldwide <br />Key people:Dr. AnandBurman(Chairman)Mr. AmitBurman(Vice-Chairman)Mr. Sunil Duggal(CEO) <br /><ul><li> Products:</li></ul>DaburAmla, DaburChyawanprash, Vatika, Hajmola & Real. <br /><ul><li> Net income: `501 crore
    25. 25. Total revenue: ` 3417 crore
    26. 26. Employees: 3000 (Approx.)
    27. 27. Dabur is India’slargestAyurvedic medicine manufacturer</li></li></ul><li>Performance at a glance<br />

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