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1 Redhawks Consulting Pepsi’s Vietnam Challenge “It’s important to remember that results count. If you can’t get the results over the goal line, are you really a leader?” -Steven Reinemund, Chairman & CEO of Pepsi

2 Overview Key Concern SWOT Analysis Identification of Alternatives Key Success Factors Recommendation Phases of Implementation Timeline Summary

3 Key Concern To advise the executives of Pepsi in Vietnam on the future strategic direction of the company.

4 SWOT Analysis Strengths  Brand recognition  Market leader and producer of soft drinks  Initial market entry  Cover all regions of Vietnam  Snack food industry  Improvement of distribution channels  Offer environmentally friendly products  Product development Weaknesses  Lack of health benefits  Low consumption of soft drinks in Vietnam  200 product variations per year  Size of company prevents government funding Opportunities  Soft drinks popular for special occasions  1994 trade embargo  Increased consumption in rural areas  Technological advancements  Increased brand exposure in fast food restaurants  Refrigeration systems  Expansion creates jobs for Vietnamese Threats  Traveling between provinces  Coca-Cola  Domestic products  Consumer prefer healthy food items

5 Identification of Alternatives 1.Refrigeration System and Sanitation 2.Snack Food Industry 3.Youth Market Segmentation 4.Exportation to Cambodia 5.Maintain Current Position

6 Alternative 1: Refrigeration System and Sanitation Advantages – Health and well-being of consumer – Provide additional service – Easier to serve items Disadvantages – Installation costs – Maintenance costs

7 Alternative 2: Snack Food Industry Advantages – Early in product life cycle – Build upon Pepsi Brand Disadvantages – Research cost – Higher than average risk of failure

8 Alternative 3: Youth Market Segmentation Advantages – Half of population under age of 25 – Technological advancements increase – Nostalgia and brand recognition Disadvantages – Vast market: 46 million people – Diversity – Rural regions

9 Alternative 4: Exportation to Cambodia Advantages – 14 million people (Median age of 22) – Annual Growth: 6.4% – Build upon current distribution channel Disadvantages – Very costly Promotional Infrastructure – Language Barrier

10 Alternative 5: Maintain Current Position Advantages – Low cost – Customer loyalty – Maintain short-term market share Disadvantages – No expected growth – May lead to relative depletion of long-term market share

11 Key Success Factors SanitationSnack Foods Youth Market CambodiaSame Production Efficiency11122 Supply Chain Management Brand Image33322 Return of Investment13211 Total:710977

12 Recommendation Alternative 2: Snack Food Industry

13 Phases of Implementation I.Establish Implementation Team II.Market Research III.Product Development IV.Infrastructure and Organizational Development V.Integrated Marketing and Communications VI.Milestone Review VII.Expansion VIII.Long-term Planning

14 Phase I: Establish Implementation Team Time frame: Immediately upon approval Parties involved: – Vietnam Pepsi Soft drinks Snack food – Cultural specialist (anthropologist) – Pepsi Co. of North America – Research professionals

15 Phase II: Market Research Time Frame: 0-3 Months Analyze the following: – Market – Distribution Networks – Trends – Demographics – Psychographics Utilize focus groups

16 Phase III: Product Development Time Frame: 3-9 months Select which products to introduce Product differentiation Ex: Aloe Vera specialty drinks in Asia

17 Phase IV: Infrastructure & Organizational Development Time Frame: 3-9 months Distribution networks Export and Import processes Hire executives and management – North, Central, and Southern regions

18 Phase V: Integrated Marketing & Communications Time frame: 9 months – Ongoing Utilize current Pepsi marketing avenues: – Television advertising – Point of sale displays – Promotional campaigns Market as “fast, on-the-go food” School incentive program

19 Phase VI: Milestone Review Time frame: 12 months Establish review criteria – Market share – Sales (net profit) Re-evaluate every 3-6 months

20 Phase VII: Expansion Time Frame: Upon 1 st successful review Offer other products – As directed by research

21 Phase VIII: Long-Term Planning Time Frame: 10 years + Cambodia Horizontal integration Sector and distribution network

22 Timeline Months + Phase I: Establish Implementation Team Phase II: Market Research Phase III: Product Development Phase IV: Infrastructure & Organizational Development Phase V: IMC Campaign Phase VI: Milestone Review Phase VII: Expansion Phase VIII: Long-term Planning

23 Redhawks Consulting Pepsi’s Vietnam Challenge “It’s important to remember that results count. If you can’t get the results over the goal line, are you really a leader?” -Steven Reinemund, Chairman & CEO of Pepsi


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