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Micromax

  1. 1. Management - II
  2. 2. Founder of Micromax : Rajesh Agrawal, Sumeet Arora, Rahul Sharma, Vikas Jain
  3. 3. EXECUTIVE SUMMARYMicromax has entered into handset market in 2008 andwithin 3 years it has become the thirdlargest handset manufacturer in India. In this period, ithas focused mainly on rural marketand has become a leader in the same. Now it wants toexpand its presence within India andthen on international level. This plan incorporatesinnovative strategies that will utilizeopportunities and address weaknesses as outlined in theSituation Analysis. Micromax is planning to launch anIPO of 2.15 crore shares to raise around Rs 2260 million.
  4. 4. CUS TOMERSCurrently Micromax is dominating the rural market.Initially the marketing strategy of Micromax was totarget rural market. They are basically catering to theneed of the customers of the rural area.For example the first mobile Micromax introduced inrural area was having the battery backup of 30 dayswhich was catering to the need of the rural market ofinconsistent power availability.
  5. 5. COMPETITORSMicromax knows that there are many established brandsin Mobile Phones’ industry like Nokia, Samsung, LG andseveral other local as well as Chinese manufacturers .Some major competitors and their strategy and strengthsare identified as below: Nokia, Samsung, Apple, Htc
  6. 6. Various comparative analyses show that the marketshares of Nokia fell drastically while that ofSamsung rose impressively. Besides Samsung’sgrowth, market also witnessed the growth of thelocal manufacturers (36% of the market share). Themost prominent local manufacturer with a marketshare of 7% is Micromax.Courtesy: IDC report on growth of mobile sales in India, 2011
  7. 7. “SOARING HIGH IS OURNATURE”
  8. 8. Market opportunities and issues Replacement cycle: The growth in the Indian mobile handset market is likely to be driven by the replacement handset market rather than new user additions. The replacement market is expected to grow from 118 million handsets for the twelve month period ended December 31, 2010, constituting 62.77% of overall Indian mobile handset market, to 359 million handsets for the twelve month period ended December 31, 2014, constituting 89.30% of overall Indian mobile handset market.
  9. 9. MARKET OPPORTUNITIES ANDISSUES(CON’T) 3G business : 3G service is an emerging technology in India. 3G technology provides growth opportunities through multiple avenues including up gradation to 3G compatible mobile handsets and mobile data cards. Value added services: Going forward, the demand for more sophisticated and innovative e-mail and multimedia based services, as well as gaming, music and video related offerings is likely to fuel growth in VAS. We believe the advent of 3G will also add impetus to the growth of the VAS market due to 3Gs faster network capabilities.
  10. 10. MARKET OPPORTUNITIES ANDISSUES(CON’T)
  11. 11. SWOT ANALYSISStrengths:Innovative products and features- Marathon batterymobile phones with a 30-day battery life, phone which isprogrammable as a universal remote control, gravityphones are some of the features which have increased thepopularity of the product.Low cost of production – With its plantslocated in China, Micromax bears a low cost inproduction due to availability of labour at cheaper rates.Effective promotion campaigns- Micromax has beenpromoting its products through famous celebrities andhas also had tie ups with MTV .
  12. 12. SWOT ANALYSIS(CON’T)Weaknesses:Weak brand image in urban areas-Micromax has still not been able to establish itself well inthe urban market as its main concentration had been onthe rural population.Perception of low-quality Chinesebrand- Micromax has a manufacturing unit set up inchina which has strengthened this perception amongpeople.
  13. 13. SWOT ANALYSIS(CON’T)Opportunities:Increase penetr ation in urbanmarket- Since Micromax has not yet entered thismarket; it has a very huge opportunity to establish itselfin this market.Entry into international markets-Micromax has the potential to make its presence felt onglobal scale eventually as it establishes itself in thedomestic market.
  14. 14. SWOT ANALYSIS(CON’T)Threats:Increasing competition from localand international play ers- With wellestablished players like Nokia, Samsung, etc Micromaxfaces a tough competition from these players.Replication of business model bycompetitors- Micromax’s business model has beenreplicated by many new players which again pose athreat to Micromax
  15. 15. OBJECTIVESPresent objectives:Focus on urban market specially youth 18-25 yearsMicromax is Focusing on smart phones and tablets.As smart phone is going to be the future of mobilemarket, Micromax has started focusing on smart phones.It has decided to launch more smart phones in themarket.
  16. 16. OBJECTIVES (CON’T)For 2014:1. To start new plant and reach market share of 20% :To increase market share, it is essential to increase productioncapacity. Micromax has plans to start a new plant in TamilNadu. With the help of this new plant, it will be able to reacha market share of 20%.2. Focus on international markets :On making strong focus on rural market and urban market inIndia, Micromax needs to expand to international marketsand enter into neighbouring Indian countries, south Africancountries etc.
  17. 17. TARGET MARKETS
  18. 18. TARGETING WOMENOn the occasion of Mothers Day, Micromax announcedthe launch of its latestAndroid phone targeted at women.
  19. 19. TARGET YOUTHAs smart phones are future of telecommunication industry,Micromax has startedfocusing on it strongly. After the launch of first Android Phonebefore 3 months ago.Micromax has provided the cheapest tablet in market to drawthe attention of youth. Rs. 6499 /-
  20. 20. TARGET PROFESSIONALSProfessionals keep two phones in today’s life:• One for Professional use• One for Personal use• Micromax will come up with Dual SIM mobile phones.Micromax has to focus onthis target to cater need “A single phone with Business andPrivate use with separatenumbers and bills”.
  21. 21. MARKETING STRATEGYMarketing strategy is a process that can allow anorganization to concentrate its limited resources on thegreatest opportunities to increase sales and achieve asuitable competitive advantages.Our marketing strategy is to improve the visibility in theurban markets by improvingawareness of customers for our products and alsobuilding brand image.
  22. 22. PRODUCT STRATEGYOn the product side, Micromax has a wide range ofphones with different features and thus offering varietyto the customers. Micromax has a lot of interesting andthoughtful products. Micromax has been able tosuccessfully identify the needs of customers and designproducts appropriately. Micromax believes thatconsumers in India have unique preferences with respectto mobile handsets such as long battery life, dual GSMcapability, low-cost QWERTY phones, universal remotecontrol and gaming phones. Also, the company hasinvested heavily in the product development as of now tocapture market share in urban
  23. 23. PRICING S TRATEGY:It’s at the core of Micromax to serve the customers byproving them with lower cost, value for money products.Thus Micromax will adopt penetration pricing in theurban market because placing our product at a lower costwill serve our purpose and make the customer rethinkbefore buying other competitors product such as Nokia,Samsung, etc which are at a high price segment. So witha lower price we will be providing with almost samefunctionality which in turn will help us in gaining abetter share in the urban market as they also want lowerprices phones with higher functionalities which has beenproved by our marketing survey.
  24. 24. PROMOTION STRATEGYThe motive of our strategy is to increase our visibility inthe urban markets. So making people aware aboutMicromax we will incur high promotional expenses andthese will be in terms of:I.Hoardings and bannersII.Advertising onlineIII.Sponsoring in the social cause events
  25. 25. PLACE STRATEGYWe can place our products in some popular mobile phoneretail stores such as Sangeetha, The Mobile Store,reliance digital, Croma, etc. We will tie up with localdistributors for easy availability for those who don’t visitpopular retail stores or find it easy to purchase it fromnearby stores. We can also sell our phones online bycollaborating with Future Bazaar which is an initiativeby Big Bazaar, etc.
  26. 26. Distribution strategyUnder it we will have two models:Firstly, we have business to consumer (B2C) model whichfollows this hierarchy:
  27. 27. DIS TRIBUTION S TRATEGY(CON’T)Secondly, we have business to business (B2B) model in whichwe will have corporate selling through corporate tie ups withmajor corporate and will be providing them at a less thanmarket price as we will be saving on the commission todealers and distributors. Thus, helping us to reach our targetmarket of professional.
  28. 28. CUS TOMER ACQUISITION ANDRETENTION  Providing better after sales services through increased warranty of 2 years, thereby making the customer think of reliability of our product.  Exchange offers will also be a major tool for customer retention as the customer will be getting additional discount on the new Micromax phone he buys by exchanging the older one. Thus this will help create a chain of transactions with customers.
  29. 29. MARKET SHARE: Micromax is currently the third largest gsm vender in the indian market. A share of 8.1% of samsung. Samsung at the 2nd position has 10.4% control as per market report. Nokia with the 52.7% share in nu one vender. Source: forbes india 27th feb 2010.
  30. 30. MARKET SHARE:
  31. 31. PRODUCTION CAPACITY:
  32. 32. GUIDANCE BY : MR. Vijay Radadiya
  33. 33. PREPARED BY:1. 1 to 6 Khagesh2. 7 to 10 Komal3. 11 to 14 prutha4. 15 to 18 nidhi5. 19 to 23 ak6. 24 to 27 jigar7. 28 to 97 Dip

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