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2 Overview Introduction S.W.O.T. Analysis Problems Market Segmentation Positioning Recommendations

3 Introduction : The origins of brand : The glory years 1991: Distribution jumped over to West Coast 1992 : Snapple sold to a Boston private bank : Quaker takes command 1994 : Quaker buys Snapple for $1.7 billion 1997 : Triarc acquires Snapple 1997 : Triarc buys Snapple for $300 million

4 Annual Sales Revenue, $ Millions

5 Alternative Beverage category, 1997 Total Alternative Beverage Category: $10 Billion at Wholesale

6 Supermarket Brand Shares, 1997 Total Supermarket Alternative Beverage Category: $3 Billion at Wholesale

7 Snapple Flavors ( %of cases in 1996) (1) Lemon Tea 15 % (2) Kiwi Strawberry 7 (3) Mango Madness 5 (4) Peach Tea 5 (5) Pink Lemonade 5 (6) Diet Peach Tea 4 (7) Fruit Punch 4 (8) Raspberry Tea 4 (9) Diet Lemon Tea 3 (10) Diet Raspberry Tea 3 Top 10 of 50 Flavors 55 %

8 SWOT Analysis Strength: 1. Brand image - natural, quirky, offbeat, playful, personal, authentic 2. Full of variety and flavor - diverse product line - over 50 flavors 3. Brand name - snap; apple  implicit health claims 4. Imaginative use of names - e.g., Mango Madness

9 SWOT Analysis Strength: ( Cont.. ) 5. Adoption - most new drinkers had been aware of Snapple - Snapple drinking flows are through friendship network 6. Packaging - plays out the taste experience - complexity of the label, stippling on bottle

10 SWOT Analysis Weakness: 1. Not an established brand - like a fashion water - differentiation is weak - lacks a compelling reason to use 2. Distribution - Quaker was wrong 3. Usage rate - fluctuates seasonally, diurnally, and cyclically 4. Regional Differences - areas without a postmodern mindset

11 SWOT Analysis Weakness: ( Cont..) 5. Quaker’s corporate image 6. Package size 7. Price

12 SWOT Analysis Opportunities: 1. More variety, imagination, and flavor than competitors 2. The diversity within Snapple Brand - a model for a multicultural society 3. No great competitors - Snapple is fun in a way unduplicated by any other brand of soft drink - no competing brands stand out at the time 4. Health concern 5. Future trend is going to be individualism.

13 SWOT Analysis Threats: 1. Rumor - deep sense of betrayal by customers 2. Distribution - warm or cold? 3. Image - effect of Quaker: fashion  lifestyle

14 Problems Corporate Image Spokesmodel Disappear Inappropriate Distribution Product Size Lack of Innovation Pricing

15 Market Segmentation Geographic: Urban areas in U.S. & foreign countries Demographic: Right people Psychologic: Active lifestyle

16 Target Market Right people with active lifestyle!

17 Positioning Nature! Good-for-you! Fashion!

18 4P Product: Smaller bottle, Product and packaging innovation Place: Cold channel + Warm channel Promotion: Spokesman Price: No discount

19 Recommendations Reestablishing Image - Real - Natural - Good for you Distribution - Niche Marketing - National - A Network of Distributors - Warehouse Distribution Price - High

20 Recommendations Bottle Design - Smaller - Convenient - Ready to drink - Just fits in your hand Promotion - Advertisement - Sampling New Products Development - Health - Diet

21 Thank You Very Much! Have A good Night!


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