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The brand…………………………………. Pg. 3
Mission, Vision and Value chart ...……... Pg. 4
PEST and BCG Matrix..…………………..Pg.7
5 forces analysis…………………………..Pg.8
The product and the market………….…..Pg.9
7.1 Contribution margin……………………Pg.9
Burberry is a luxury hause from Britain which manufactures clothes and
fashion accssesorie. Was founded by Thomas Burberry in 1856, he opened
his first store in Basingstoke. Its focus was to create outwear that
would expand the boundaries in which a human body can experience, thanks
to this he was very recognized. Burberry has now become a leading clothing
luxury brand with a large global business. Burberry is well known for its
unique British heritage, positioning into luxury arena, integrity of the outerwear
depending on the principles of quality, function and modern classic style.
In 1904 Thomas register the logo brand with a horse, even though the logo
did not appear in the clothes till 1920. In the 70’ Burberry has a great
expansión of all type of products. Rose Marie Bravo was externally hired as
CEO in 1997 and during her years at the helm she staged a turnaround
and put the brand in the runways. Her approach was to focus on the luxury
womenswear market and only license and sell Burberry to luxury retailers
such as Saks and Neiman Marcus.
In the next year the italian Roberto Menichetti asume the creative control of
Burberry maintained its commitment to diversity
and equal opportunities in
recruitment. Nearly 10,000 associates from over 100 countries are now
employed across all continents, with an age span from 16 to 77
Burberry is a worldwide company and has a structured product offering and
has seen growth across each of these business areas. For 2012/13,
accessories represented 39% of retail/wholesale revenue, womens 33%,
mens 24% and childrens 4%. Burberry turnover is £1,999M (+8%) (March 31
3013 Annual Report).
The team investes in strategic initiatives with longer-term horizons:
Transitioning the Japan legacy.
Reinforcing the supply chain.
MISSION AND VISION STATEMENT
Burberry is a luxury brand, which is recognized internationally with a
worldwide distribution network. The mission of the company is to maintain its
integrity and vitality of their brand, at the same time, continue to develop the
business, which remains relevant to ever evolving markets and consumer
This mission statement shows that the brand mainly emphasizes on the
integrity, which is maintained from a long time keeping in mind the current
demands and choices of the customers. They also believe in developing the
business in every possible global markets.
To be the first company who is fully digital and to build a social enterprise.
Quality of services
Service of society.
Direct Access to raw materials
Raw materials quality
Customer response time
(personalization of fabrics)
Strenght of Customers’
Balance of man collection
(summer vs winter)
Balance of Ladies’ collection
(summer vs winter)
Market orientation (quickness in
responding to market input)
Reliability on declared
composition of fabrics
On time delivery standars
Production (and product)
Manpower (blue collars)
2. One of the biggest fashion
houses in UK offering clothes,
perfumes, beauty products
3. Granted Royal Warrants by
Queen Elizabeth II and the
Prince of Wales.
4. One of the most valuable
companies in the world owing
to its legacy
5. Good advertising and brand
presence in Europe specially
international celebrities to
reach out to the customers
1. After collaboration with other
brands, the brand hopes to
make fashion more affordable.
2. More advertising and
marketing would increase
3. Global expansion would help
the brand grow worldwide.
4. More celebrity endorsements .
5. Host more Burberry shows in
1. Due to Burberry’s positioning
it is very much accessible in
the high-street, and has a low
2. Not accesible to the working
class those who aren´t as
wealthy could also be seen as
1. Competitions from other big
2. The customers have a higher
bargaining power and low
3. Not enough stores in smaller
Works on some emerging
Current global economy climate.
E-commerce / website.
Digital market / innovate.
BCG Matrix Analysis
STARS: The trench coat is the star of Burberry´s products since it has
a large market share in a fast growing clothing segment. Indeed, there
is no other outwear clothing that has the prestige of the Trench Coat. It
generates cash, but because the market is geowing rapidly it also
requires investment like revivals to maintain its lead.
QUESTION MARK: Accessories are Burberry´s question mark.
Indeed, although it stands for 39 porcent of Burberry revenue, this
business unit has a small market shere in a high growth segment. It
requires resources to grow and come up with an ït bag¨to achieve the
CASH COW: Check accessories sush as scarces are Burberry´s cash
cows. Indeed, no other fashion brand have scarf, which is as highly
recognisable, and that is such an entry-level product in a mature, slow
growing segment. It requires Little investment and generates cash that
has been used to develop othes product lines like clothing.
DOGS: Licences products like eyewear, tablecloths and so on have a
small market share in a mature industry. Although, it doesn´t require
substantial cash, but it ties up capital that could better be deployed
elsewhere. Therefore, it should be liquidate.
RELATIVE MARKET SHERE
RELATIVE MARKET SHERE
5 Force analysis
is not strong
due to the
The product and the market
The iconic trench, is the core and key growth driver of Burberry’s
apparel business. Non-apparel remains a key driver of growth, these
Large leather goods
Burberry works on a very high quality of materials, they are a value
£ 351 million
£ 929 million
Burberry annual report 2012/2013
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