Gillette Indonesia Case Study

  • Gillette Indonesia Case Study

    not buy blades as often because their blades will not dull out as quickly. The quality of a blade will also play a role. If the quality of a blade is not good, it will dull out quickly. This can generate demand for higher end blades, which is where Gillette can capitalize on generating demand for their blades. Another factor is what appears in the media. When people consumers watch movies and television commercials and see good looking, well groomed actors, they will follow suit and emulate the

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    destruction of the Amazon. This begs the question: When will Adidas, Reebok, Timberland and Clarks follow Nike’s good example, do the right thing, and establish policies of their own to protect the Amazon, and the climate? Source Greenpeace Reebok: case study for Corporate social responsibility Reebok  Ethically unemployed Nov 28th 2002  From The Economist print edition Corporate social irresponsibility  HOW little the dangerous fashion for corporate social responsibility has to do with a truly

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  • Gillette Case Study

    Case Study #2: Gillette The following notes give a background understanding in the case of Gillette and can be used to make analytical decisions in the best interest of the company. Who: Gillette, a mature razor and blade manufacturer owned by Procter & Gamble, holds a commanding share of the current market. It’s primary competitor is the Schick Company whom Gillette goes head-to-head with in terms of their newest innovation: the Fusion 5-bladed razor. Where: The company is currently facing

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    SUMMARY Gillette has been the leading brand in men's grooming industry across the globe. With its wide range of products caters to the premium segment of the men's grooming market. It faces intense competition in the toiletries market whereas the competition in the razor market is not that intense. This case study aims at identifying the problems faced by Gillette in the toiletries market. We have suggested a plan for Gillette toiletries along with other suggestions for Gillette to face the

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    personal information. The choice to accept self-censorship, and the discussion and debate generated by this choice, forced Google to re-examine itself as a company and forced the international community to reconsider the implications of censorship. This case was prepared as the basis for class discussion rather than to illustrate either the effective or ineffective handling of an administrative situation. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution - Noncommercial - No Derivative Works

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  • Case Study Gillette Product and Marketing Innovation

    Questions: (1) Evaluate product innovation at Gillette throughout its history. Has Gillette been a victim of its own success? Has product innovation in the wet-shaving market come to an end? Explain. Gillette had dominated the personal shaving market for quite a long time. They did not focus on product innovation very much, and when it did, it focused on acquiring existing product lines. In 1962, when Wilkinson Sword launched its stainless-steel blade, Gillette finally had competition. Wilkinson Sword

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  • International Financial Management Study United Kingdom and Indonesia

    University 2012 / 2013 Executive Summary Indonesia is known as one of the developing countries in South East ASEAN. Although Indonesia is still a developing country, it has also known as the largest economy in Southeast Asia and also a member of the G-20 major economies. At World Economic Forum on East Asia, Indonesia president said Indonesia will be in the top ten countries with the strongest economy within the next decade. In fact, nowadays Indonesia proves a very good track record in its economy

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  • Gillette Cassette Case

    Introduction The problem that Gillette and Mr. Bingham faces is after splitting off of the Toiletries Division, the Gillette Safety Razor Division needs to find new sources of revenue because razors are maturing and will not sustain high margins for the company. SRD found many potential opportunities within the cassette tape market and it could be a profitable avenue for Gillette and solve Mr. Bingham’s needs. To see if the cassette market will be a good fit for Gillette, some analysis on the market

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    Electronic Theses, Treatises and Dissertations The Graduate School 2-5-2009 The Social Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility: A Case Study Brooke Ellen Forester Florida State University Follow this and additional works at: http://diginole.lib.fsu.edu/etd Recommended Citation Forester, Brooke Ellen, "The Social Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility: A Case Study" (2009). Electronic Theses, Treatises and Dissertations. Paper 4418. This Dissertation - Open Access is brought to you for free and

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    GILLETTE 1 Gillette XXXXXXX BA440 XXXXXX GILLETTE 2 Gillette is a household word and has been around for over one hundred years. Beginning in 1901, a Gillette has been giving men a clean, safe shave. It began with the single blade safety razor and has evolved into a 5 (+1) blade system. It is easy to recall the days of fathers using the single safety blade system, it seemed to work, but they still suffered the occasional nick and cut. Just like on

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    This case study is an excellent example of how different types of parties can be brought together in a large scale transaction and how the original energy of those early meetings can be lost over time. I imagine that when Anthony Athanas was purchasing those old piers back in the 1960s many, if not all, of his colleagues, friends, and family members told him that he was off his rocker. I’m sure Athanas was looking at this land as his family’s ticket to financial prosperity and somewhat of a legacy

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    * Case Study Thomas Colt MGT/448 March 29, 2013 Dan Daily Intro This paper is about Nike and the sweatshop debate For years Nike has been a target for protester that are against child labor and for good reasons. The first part of this paper will talk about the legal, ethical, and cultural challenges that Nike faces. The next will be about the many roles the host government

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    Services Marketing 6/e Teaching Notes for Cases - Section 5 45 CASE 6 AUSSIE POOCH MOBILE OVERVIEW After creating a mobile service that washes dogs outside their owners’ homes, a young entrepreneur has successfully franchised the concept. Her firm now has more than 100 franchisees in many parts of Australia, as well as a few in other countries. In early 2002, she and her management team were debating how best to plan future expansion. STUDY QUESTIONS How did Christine Taylor succeed

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    Case Study: Power Grid Failure For two consecutive days millions of people in India suffered from a crippling power crisis after power grids failed in many parts of the country. It was one the biggest power outages in the last decade that even brought essential services like the railways and the metro trains to a grinding halt. Why are the grids failing time and again? Here’s a look at the system and its weak points. Electrical Grid The power generating stations are hooked onto an interconnected

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    Gillette Indonesia Case Write-up 1. Problem Despite the strong double digit growth in blade sales in Indonesia, Gillette local division is wondering whether investment spending in marketing beyond the 1995 level of 12% of sales can further accelerate market development in the country. If so, what is the most efficient way to allocate this money? 2. Analysis There are some considerations that Gillette must to take into account while analyzing a possible increase in marketing budget

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  • Case Summary for Gillette

    Gillette is a company popularly recognized for its razors and blades and as a pioneer in wet-shaving technology. Even with stiff competition, it holds a commanding share in the worldwide market. The company has been long known for its innovative products and marketing strategy. The company continues to grow slowly all over the world. With emerging technologies in the razor and blade industry and increasing customer reluctance to pay a higher price, it is definitely a challenge for Gillette to sustain

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    S SZLN: ACQUIRING PEM w 910N07 Xingyun Liu, Lifan Wu and Jim Hatch wrote this case solely to provide material for class discussion. The authors do not intend to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of a managerial situation. The authors may have disguised certain names and other identifying information to protect confidentiality. Richard Ivey School of Business Foundation prohibits any form of reproduction, storage or transmission without its written permission. Reproduction

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                                     Jakarta,  Indonesia   • Lead  nation-­‐wide  Open  Government  Competition  among  62  Ministries’  and  Government  Bodies  Unit,  as  part  of   the  global  Open  Government  Partnership   2011  –  2012       •   INDONESIA  TEACHING  MOVEMENT   Personal  Assistant  to  Chairman        

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  • Gillette Case Study

    The Gillette brand holds the largest market share in wet-razor shaving and has a very successful line of disposable razors. Wanting to be known for more than razor, the company has ventured into men’s toiletries and would like to achieve a similar market share with these products. They have ‘Right Guard Deodorant’ which was once a house hold name however, due to their lack of evolution with this product in the changing toiletries market, Gillette moved into the number 3 spot behind P&G and Colgate

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  • Guillette Indonesia Case

    Gillette Indonesia: Objectives and Plan for Rapid Growth for 1996 An assessment of the Indonesian growth potential suggests a growth rate of about 25%, for the shaving products market for 1996. With adjustments to the Go-To-Market strategy, the plan for Gillette Indonesia sets an objective of 31% increase in units of blades sold. A review of the surrounding conditions of the market and the actual situation will be presented, followed by a brief description of the overall market potential analysis

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    June 11, 2008 How suitable is Bangladesh Telecom market for an internationalized Telecom company (TeliaSonera) and what could be a preferable entry strategy for such company to enter into such market? A Study of Bangladesh Telecom Market Authors: Group 2011 Rana Alamgir 801004 Nitin Anand 810618 Supervisor: Professor Jan Löwstedt Master Thesis in Business Administration (EFO705) School of Sustainable Development of Society and Technology Mälardalen University, Västerås, Sweden Abstract

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  • Case Gillette

    CASO: THE GILLETTE COMPANY En la primavera de 1986, Joseph A Marino, Vicepresidente de marketing de la división de productos para afeitar de Gillette, estaba preocupado por los prospectos futuros del negocio. Con ventas de $2,4 billones, Gillette era el fabricante de hojas y máquinas de afeitar más grande del mundo, con un 62% de participación del total de US$700 millones del mercado de productos para afeitar. El crecimiento de hojas y máquinas de afeitar había ido enlenteciéndose, y los competidores

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    WAL-MART IN GERMANY The case features in David Needle (2010), Business in Context, 5th edition, Cengage/South-Western, pp. 159-62. The Wal-Mart Success Story The first Wal-Mart store was established by Sam Walton in 1962 in Rogers, Arkansas. At first expansion was steady with 24 stores by 1967. The initial focus for Wal-Mart operations was small town, rural America. The company grew to 276 stores by 1980 and the Wal-Mart empire reached 640 stores by 1984. The company currently has around 4,100

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  • Mba 5501 Case Study 7

    Unit 7 Case Study Question 1-3 The first question that I would like to answer in this case study about Gillette is that Gillette has successfully convinced the world that “more is better” in terms of number of blades and other razor features. Why has that worked in the past? What is next? Gillette is solitary of the recognized shaver trademark targeted at man. The shaver has conventional fame and conservative by man who hand over their mug and membrane to Gillette. The technical novelty and

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    Diabetes Case Study Granna Clay Diabetes Case Study Charles, age 45, has recently visited his physician with complaints of weight loss, excessive thirst and frequent urination. Review of his record indicates a new diagnosis of diabetes. Charles, a busy CEO, is recently divorced and now living on his own. Due to his busy schedule, he feels he does not have time to worry about himself. Our goal is to discover what Charles already knows about diabetes, dispel any myths or misconceptions

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  • Case Study Iia Australia and New Zealand: Doing Business with Indonesia

    CASE STUDY IIa Australia and New Zealand: Doing Business with Indonesia There are thousands of Australians, both individually and as members of organizations, who share trade and education with Indonesia as do New Zealanders. Yet, though geographically part of Asia, citizens of Australia and New Zealand are members of cultures very different from any other in Asia. As increasingly they seek to trade in Asia, so also do they need to learn to manage such differences; and doing business in Indonesia

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    material well-being. Consumers make purchase decisions when goods and services represent a relative bargain in terms of the benefits they provide. Firms and other producers make the decision to supply output when doing so is profitable. In both cases, furthering the self-interest of each decision maker provides the underlying rationale for economic decisions. Interestingly, the desire to further each decision maker's own self-interest results in voluntary economic exchange that is mutually beneficial

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    | Case Study | Gillette | | Kristers Duksis | 11/18/2012 | | 1. The company „Gillette” has been one of the biggest names in the razor producing industry since 1904. Nowadays „Gillette” is still one of the leaders in the market of razors. Actually there was few lessons which company learned. One of those few things was how to keep razors and blades in shape for longer time what actually found out „Wilkinsons” by using stainless steel-blades coated with chemical film to protect

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    risks The Gillette Company has a long history of being 'the first to market...' in its own areas of operation. Its achievements include producing the first successful: • safety razor 1901 • twin bladed razor 1972 • twin bladed disposable razor 1976 • pivoting head razor 1979 • pivoting head disposable razor 1980 • razor designed specifically for women - Sensor 1992 • triple blade razor - Mach 3 1998 • battery powered razor - M3Power 2004. As well as being first to market, Gillette has also

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    Case Study Objective The Case will focus on issues related to the cultural aspect of international business; sustainable business practices including CSR issues; foreign investment; and the benefits of regional integration for the countries within, and companies doing business in, that region.  The case study analysis will be completed on an individual basis. Instructions THE CASE: Kaizer Consulting Kaizer Consulting is an international management consulting firm that specializes in business strategy

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  • Case Study Gillette Product and Marketing Innovation

    (1) Evaluate product innovation at Gillette throughout its history. Has Gillette been a victim of its own success? Has product innovation in the wet-shaving market come to an end? Explain. Gillette had dominated the personal shaving market for quite a long time. They did not focus on product innovation very much, and when it did, it focused on acquiring existing product lines. In 1962, when Wilkinson Sword launched its stainless-steel blade, Gillette finally had competition. Wilkinson

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    Contents Items Pages | 1. Introduction to GST 4 1.1. Background Of Study 4 1.2 What is GST 6 1.3 Why is GST implemented

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    Gillette Indonesia Marketing The marketing plan appropriate for Gillette Indonesia would be to focus on the higher-end razors as they are probably already purchasing the low-end razors. With constant competition from cheaper-made shaving products, Gillette should find a way to fight dirty campaigns. In other words, razors are nothing more than sharp steel and by using a quality blade over the cheap ones, people can avoid razor cuts that can cause tetanus and various other infections. To receive

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    Case 1: Roland Hortaleza Principles of Management AP Pong Trinidad Nothing can be truer than this aphorism: A drop, no matter how small, always makes a splash. In 1985, Dr. Rolando Hortaleza, who was earning P7,000 a month from a government hospital in Tondo, Manila, decided to let go of his stethoscope to become an entrepreneur. His decision was borne out of his desire to provide better for his growing family. He never knew that he was in for an uphill battle when he decided to choose amber

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  • Gillete Indonesia

    ------------------------------------------------- Gillette Indonesia Case Study Analysis October 24, 2015 Sumeet verma EPGP08-116 October 24, 2015 Sumeet verma EPGP08-116 Introduction 1901 – The Gillette Company founded in Boston. 1905 – Opening of London office, 1906 – Established a blade factory in Paris 1971 - Gillette entered the Indonesian market forming a joint venture with a local company 1972 – Established razor blade plant . 1995 – Manufacturing capacity of 150 million blades

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    Gillette Indonesia case study Objective: Whether the sales blades can be in increased to 25-30 % ( mean – 27.5 %) or not. Analysis of data based on the data provided in the case study. People: North Atlantic group – NA and Western Europe Robert King - International executive VP Effio – Business Director Ian Jackson – Group VP , sees 12 Asia Pacific Countries. Chester Allan – Country Manager – Gillette Indonesia Process Country manager prepares the plan. Business director reviews the

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    ------------------------------------------------- Gillette Indonesia Case Study Analysis October 24, 2015 Sumeet verma EPGP08-116 October 24, 2015 Sumeet verma EPGP08-116 Introduction 1901 – The Gillette Company founded in Boston. 1905 – Opening of London office, 1906 – Established a blade factory in Paris 1971 - Gillette entered the Indonesian market forming a joint venture with a local company 1972 – Established razor blade plant . 1995 – Manufacturing capacity of 150 million blades

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    Firm’s Value Chain 18 Global Value Chain Configuration 19 Integrating the Firm’s Competitive Strategy 20 Global Competition 20 a global marketing management framework Global Marketing Performance 22 Global Vision—The World Is My Oyster CASE 1-1 CASE 1-2 CHAPTER 2 21 23 A Tortuous Road Ahead for Proton of Malaysia 26 Dabur—Developing Values in an Emerging Economy Through Value Chain and Product Line 31 Assessing the Global Marketing Environment—The Global Economy and Technology

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    Case Study 1 GILLETT: WHY INNOVATION MAY NOT BE ENOUGH CASE STUDY #1 Readings: Chapters 1 - 4 Case Study 16 (pgs. 481 - 492). Grading:  Case Study 50 points GILLETT: WHY INNOVATION MAY NOT BE ENOUGH (11.9%)  Read the following Case Study: Answer the following questions: 1 Evaluate product innovation at Gillette throughout its history. Has Gillette been a victim of its own success? Has product innovation in the wet-shaving market come to an end? Explain. 2 What do you make of

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    CASE 8: MCDONALD PHILIPPINES THE JOURNEY OF GEORGE YANG Known as the McDonaldman of the Philippines, George Yang (Gyang) started his journey after graduation from Wharton School of Finance, University of Pennsylvania in 1964. Back in Manila, he settled in to start a family and began a two-year juggling act of working as a marketing manager of a tobacco company (Bataan Cigarettes), consulting for a manufacturing company, and selling a variety of things on the side. These included insurance, nicotine

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  • Gillette Case Study

    Executive Summary Gillette has been the leading brand in men’s grooming industry. The competition in the razor industry is becoming more intense since the start of online retailing of razors. With competition heating up Gillette has to find a way to cater to consumers. Gillette merged with P&G in 2005, which instantaneously became a competitive advantage. Gillette uses its aggressive advertising to compete with customers and keep its market share. The company will introduce a new women’s razor

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    1) Evaluate product innovation at Gillette throughout its history. Has Gillette been a victim of its own success? Has product innovation in the wet-shaving market come to an end? Explain. Gillette had dominated the personal shaving market for quite a long time. They did not focus on product innovation very much, and when it did, it focused on acquiring existing product lines. In 1962, when Wilkinson Sword launched its stainless-steel blade, Gillette finally had competition. Wilkinson Sword could

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    Case Study Frank Torres MGT/448 May 6, 2016 Professor Louise M. Lozada-Sorcia Nike must overturn problematic problems in order to establish a successful commerce in a foreign country. Some of the legal, cultural, and ethical challenges that confront Nike’s global business are child labor laws, wages, and outsourcings of manufacturing. Nike sweatshop labor case like those described in “Nike: The Sweatshop Debate” has agitated a large sum of controversy over business ethics. The first case illustrates

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    ------------------------------------------------- Gillette Case Study Date: June 25, 2016 ------------------------------------------------- Situation Analysis The personal care and grooming industry is an industry characterized as an oversaturated market with limited innovation. The wet shaving market is believed to have peaked by many analysts. These analysts look to the introduction of “new” technology like the 5+1 blade. This razor and other similar razors are accused

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    CASE STUDY ANALYSIS AVON PRODUCTS, INC. Time Frame: 1999-2000 Submitted by; Koseki, Shota C. PROBLEM: • The main problem faced is the lack of experience and expertise by the CEO Andrea Jung where by company significantly lack of innovative strategy to attract customers and achieve organizational goal. Vision • "To be the company that best understands and satisfies the product, service and self-fulfillment needs of women - globally." Mission • The Global Beauty

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    Case Study: Australia and New Zealand doing business with Indonesia 1. In this chapter we were able to study cultural dimensions and we are able to see how different cultures through out different parts of the world distinguish from each other and make them unique. In this case we are able to see a few of the differences between the cultures in New Zealand and Australia compared to the cultures found through out Asia. Obviously a majority of the countries in the world along with different parts

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  • Case Study; Jakarta Indonesia

    Case in Point: Jakarta, Indonesia There is an urgent need to improve the environment and quality of life in cities, particularly in the rapidly growing megacities of developing countries. Consider Jakarta, Indonesia, with a population of about 13 million. Jakarta is plagued with many of the problems found in other rapidly growing megacities in the developing world. The air in Jakarta is badly polluted with the exhaust from cars, buses, and motorbikes that transport about 2 million commuters into

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    Group Assignment (Gillette Case Study) Submitted to: Mr. Syed Ahmed Submitted by: (Group Members) • Saima • Maria Memon • Kashif Soomro • Jawaid Shaikh 1. How is the Gillette Series being positioned with respect to (a) competitors, (b) the target market, (c) the product class, (d) price and quality? What other positioning possibilities are there? a. Premium to competition b. The Best a Man can Get" - not the most convenient or cheap at all, but the most value added products, building

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