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1 The Total Marketing Approach (TMA)
The Cambodia Condom Experience

2 TMA: what is it? Three Key Components:
Impact: Is the market reaching an increasing % of the at-risk population? Equity: Is market evolution benefiting the poor and vulnerable?  Sustainability: Is the market becoming less dependent on subsidies? Note: “market” includes public sector

3 Desired TMA Effects Current Future Public Sector Public Sector
Increased Impact: Lower vulnerable pop (behavior change) Market (all sectors) fills greater portion of need 2. Increased Equity: poor and vulnerable reached equally well 3. Increased Sustainability: growing commercial market role -> reduced subsidy required for greater health impact Private Sector Private Sector Increasing income/WTP Social Marketing Social Marketing Public Sector Public Sector

4 TMA: why should we care? Works toward a reduced public investment
Desires for more effective and efficient segmentation based on ability to pay, access Avoids duplication and overlap Results in better program decisions Requires broadened strategy perspective shift from brand/product to overall category

5 Requires: More distinct positioning between PSI brands. Stronger non-PSI brands.

6 Cambodia TMA: Maximize Health impact…
…. Through more sustainable markets. Better positioning of brands—based on occasion and price; Building commercial value of Number One condom in order to pull middle class off subsidy Improved Category Promotion  make space for commercial brands Target the subsidy We become a category manager rather than brand manager

7 Improved Brand Positioning
Previous Number One : To low-middle income, urban and rural sexually active men (aged 18-40) Number One is the trusted, affordable and widely available condom brand of choice that ensures safety against HIV without compromising pleasure. ‘Premium’ Number One: Rithy uses the premium-quality condom Number One when he wants to impress his partner. The old positioning had too many benefits/ points of differentiation . The red circles indicate the number of core benefits identified in the positioning statement. The new positioning will result in more focused marketing & stronger brand equity in the minds & hearts of the consumer.

8 Improved Brand Positioning
Previous OK Condom: To low and middle income sexually active married couples and sweethearts within loving relationships and aged 18-40, OK Condoms are the dual protection condom brand of choice for couples wanting the insurance of planning their family with a modern FP method while having the peace of mind they are protecting themselves from sexually transmitted diseases. ‘Mass Brand ‘OK Condom: For Rithy, OK is the smart choice for HIV prevention products because it is the best value for money. Same points as last slide

9 Brand Position Improved Category Positioning Via unbranded BCC condom campaigns that grow the market Condom Category Positioning Makes him a real Khmer man 1. Lets him be responsible 2. Lets him enjoy himself Core benefit of: Differentiated by: We position the non-branded “generic” campaigns just as we would position our own brands. This shows how the insight of the dual definitions of masculinity will influence how we position condoms in general.

10 The Positioning “Map” Brand Position
Allows real Khmer men to protect themselves so they can enjoy themselves Condom Use as a Behavior (60% of promo $) - Premium-quality positioning - To impress your partner Number One (15% of promo) Base Brand Variants - Value positioning  the smart choice (i.e., quality & affordability) OK Brand (25% of promo) - For any occasion OK Condom OK Plus Sachet OK Plus Tube

11 Updated pricing/targeted subsidy
% COGS Recovered Consumer Price (per unit) Consumer price % change Original “OK” 42% $0.019 New “OK” 104% $0.042 121% Original “#1” 35% $0.025 New “#1” 146% $0.083 233%

12 Measuring a TMA to Sustainable Markets
How are we Doing? Measuring a TMA to Sustainable Markets Improving Metrics to monitor Programmatic Impact

13 The Condom Market

14 Cambodian Condom Market: Value (new brands since 2009: 6 major, 15 minor)

15 Cambodia Total Condom Market Volume

16 O.K. & #1 Condom volume

17 TMA Impact: Condom Use


19 Condom Coverage of risky sex acts (universe of need)
2007 2008 2009 2010 88% 91% 90% 86%

20 Impact of Programs In Summary
Health Impact: condom use behavior trends level but still high UoN work in progress, but high coverage of high risk sex acts Tracking volumes - consumer uptake - challenging Equity of access: TRaC/MAP data indicate SM condoms still affordable Sustainability: Social Marketing segment of market significantly more sustainable Total Value of Condom Market increasing New players continue to enter (and exit)

21 How the TMA Lens has made us smarter marketers (1)
More effective positioning for our brands and category promotion developed Rationalized investments in P&A branded vs. generic, resulting in… Improved campaigns growing the category (& measurable behavior change) Improved price management appropriately priced brands and more sustainable SM sector

22 How the TMA Lens has made us smarter marketers (2)
Sales probably better indication of Health Impact Identified weaknesses in our S&D Trade Marketing Plan developed for PSI brands Treating Trade as target, better understanding retail Smarter w/outlet management Got us thinking about the fundamentals TMA metrics far better measure of programmatic health than volume sales of past

23 Persistent Challenges
Information Gaps persist UoN, total market volumes / consumer uptake, private sector volumes Differentiating Number One and OK is work in process Donor procured commodities and the 3 year decision

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