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© DKSH Fisherman’s Friend Asia-Pacific Conference China – The Challenge Kevin Ding, Marketing Manager, DKSH China Jakarta, July 10, 2014
© DKSH Page 3 China is not one country but more like Europe Whichever dimension we look at, China is composed of several distinct markets: - Language / Dialect & Sub-culture - Economic Development - Habits / Needs Only 7% of retailer chains can be found in both provinces Population:1.3 bn Size:9,6 mn sq km City > 1 mn:166 Municipality cities4 Provinces28 Cities656 Country Towns1,642 Towns36,862 FMCG Retail Outlets3,6 mn Shanghai Population: 23,0 mn GDP per capita: RMB 82,560 Main language: Wu (Shanghainese) Behavior: Rich flavor food with a bit sweet; pay more for good product Guangdong Population: 104,3 mn GDP per capita: RMB 50,500 Main language: Cantonese Behavior: Light taste flavor and fresh food; More care about price Heilongjiang Population: 38,3 mn GDP per capita: RMB 32,600 Main language: Mandarin Behavior: Heavy flavor food; Gift rather than own consumption
© DKSH Page 4 FF Sales by Product / Channel / Region Sales in LoF Consumer demanding and channel importance is different region to region
© DKSH Page 5 FF strategies … Focus on key cities and appropriate key channels Different strategies upon the understanding of consumer and market needs region by region Tailor-made product and promotion for specific key accounts
© DKSH Page 7 Continuous new product innovation by competitors Over a thousand new product launched per year to attract young consumer Keen fighting for listing due to limited shelf space in store
© DKSH Page 8 Huge A&P investment by competitors Media Spending Unit: RMB Mil Data source: Nielsen(TV/MG/NP) CTR(RD) CODC(OOH) IResearch(Digital) Period: Y2011-Y2013 Brand Y2013 RankSpending% Wrigley's11,35124% Alpenliebe264112% Skittles355410% SK&F43697% Want 52995% Golden Crownstuff62605% Golden Throat72194% Eclairs % Chupa Chups % Halls % Others 1,35925% Total 5,548100% Heavy A&P spending by key competitors on both A-T-L and B-T-L
© DKSH Page 9 Keen competition from key international brands but produced locally Fisherman’s Friend was one of few “imported” brands positioned at “premium” segment Keen competition from local, regional, global brands … Data Source: IMS and AC Nielsen Retail Tracking 2012
© DKSH Page 10 FF strategies … Introduce new packaging (zip-lock pack) / flavor to attract new consumers Tactically invest on brand advertising with massive sampling to drive brand awareness e.g. regional bus body / LCD advertising Focus on key accounts via appealing in-store merchandising and promotions to attract consumer’s attention and trial
© DKSH Page 12 High trade cost High supply-chain cost and long lead time due to large geographical size of China Extremely high trading terms by MT channels along with their expansion in 3 rd and 4 th tier cities (new store opening, listing, etc….) 2.4 M stores located in 2,300 cities which need huge manpower investment for store maintenance Import Duty - Sugar - Sugar Free 10% 20% VAT17% Sub-wholesaler GM10% Retailer Ave. GM45% 1 GBP (ex-work) ≈ RMB 40 (RSP) 2,4 m + stores 2,287 cities
© DKSH Page 13 Other barriers Strict shelf life requirement by MT chains – 2/3 shelf life is the basic requirement while some key accounts even ask for ½ shelf life Chinese label regulation be more strict and still changed frequently without prior notice, rigid CIQ procedures
© DKSH Page 14 FF strategies … Focus on well developed 1 st and 2 nd tiers by direct selling to shorten the lead time and save the cost Expand to more 2 nd and 3 rd tier cities via local sub-wholesaler who can provide better after-service Focus investment on top 20 key accounts which can contribute 80% sales
© DKSH Page 15 DKSH Shanghai Limited 3 rd Floor, Tomson Commercial Building, 710 Dong Fang Road, Pudong Shanghai, People’s Republic of China Thank you for your attention.
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