Coca-Cola India in 2004 - Marketing Strategy


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Case Code : MKTA010
Case Length : 21 Pages
Period : 1993-2004
Pub Date : 2004
Teaching Note :Not Available
Organization : Coca Cola
Industry : Beverages
Countries : India

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Marketing Strategy

In the early 2003, CCI's marketing strategy had three planks:
• Acceptability by ensuring pervasive presence through right merchandising in retail outlets.
• Availability by ensuring presence within the consumer's reach.
• Affordability by ensuring relevant price points.

In the late 1990s, CCI decided to customize its marketing strategy for different regions and target customers. In each region, the dominant brand enjoyed all privileges while the other brands were supported according to their market share in that region...

Carbonated Soft Drinks

Coke's carbonated beverages business in India comprised the cola drinks Coke and Thums Up, the orange flavored Fanta, clear lime Sprite, clouded lemon drink Limca and the energy drink Shock. Coke targeted youngsters in the 15 to 22 age group and was positioned across campaigns as the real refresher with the tag line "The real thing, the real refresher"...

Non-Carbonated Soft Drinks

The idea of branching out into non-carbonated beverages was part of a larger objective of being present in all segments of the non-alcoholic beverage market, which Coca-Cola practised worldwide...

Kinley
CCI entered the packaged water segment in 2001 through its brand Kinley...

Sunfill
CCI launched Sunfill, a powdered soft drink concentrate in Eastern India in early 2002. Sunfill targeted people who could not afford bottled carbonated drinks...

Georgia
The idea of venturing into the tea and coffee business through vending machines in 2000 emerged when a team of top Coca-Cola officials was traveling in the country's interiors...

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