12-REPELLENT INDUSTRY PROJECT by usmanjee123

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									           MOSQUITO REPELLENT INDUSTRY- OVERVIEW

Its sole reason for existence in the market is the omnipresent
mosquito, which makes life excruciatingly difficult for the average
Indian during summer and monsoon months. In many ways the
primary factor fuelling the explosive growth of this market –
characterized by low brand loyalty and low product involvement –has
been the availability of cost-effective, mosquito repellents.

The night-long noisy drone of mosquitoes that disturbs our sleep is
music to the ears of the Rs1, 100-crore mosquito repellent industry.
The various segments in this industry are coils, mats, vaporizers,
aerosols and creams. The two new segments are personal sprays and
gels.

The category-wise market shares:
Coils command nearly 50 per cent of the market share, vaporizer refills
at 20 per cent, with mats at 10 per cent followed by aerosols at 9 per
cent and the rest shared by creams, heating devices and other products.


                     Segment Wise Market Share

The market for insecticides and repellents has grown by 20 per cent in
2003-04 and is estimated to grow at about 20%. The rural market for
mosquito repellents is reckoned at around Rs 173 million against a mere
Rs 79 million in urban centers. The market leader of the industry is
Godrej Sara Lee Ltd. with brands like Good Knight, Jet and Hit enjoying
a market share of 40%




THE EVOLUTION:

Coils were the first mosquito repellants to be introduced in the Indian
market. The first brand of coils was Tortoise, launched by Bombay
Chemicals Ltd. (BCL) in the 1970s. In the 1980s Good Knight was
launched and mats used with electronic mosquito destroyers became
extremely effective. In the mid 1990s Karamchand Appliances created a
new segment of vaporizers with the launch of All Out. .This segment was
almost completely dominated by KAPL. GSLL (Godrej Sara Lee Limited)
could no longer ignore this growing segment and launched its own
vaporizer under the Good Knight brand in 1996-97.



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In the latter half of the 1990s, the market became much more
competitive, with the entry of GSLL, Reckitt Benckiser and HLL. GSLL
launched an array of brands (all coils) like Jet Fighter (1997),
GoodKnight Jumbo (1999) and GoodKnight Instant one after the other
The company's other brands included Banish (mats), Hit (aerosols), Hit
Lines (chalks), Mosfree (lotion) and Hexit (spray).while Reckitt also
launched its range of mats and coils. These new entrants resorted to
heavy advertising and aggressive sales promotion tactics. Recently two
new categories of personal sprays and gels have emerged.




MAJOR PLAYERS

KARAMCHAND APPLIANCES PRIVATE LTD. – ALL OUT

GODREJ SARA LEE LTD- GOOD NIGHT, JET, BANISH, HIT

RECKITT BENCKISER- MORTEIN

JYOTHY LABORATORIES- MAXO

TAINWALA PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS- CASPER

BOMBAY CHEMICALS- TORTOISE




COMPANY’S SHARE SEGMENT WISE

 Mosquito coil market:
Market leader: Mortein (35%) from Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd
Market Challenger: Good Knight with a share of 30%
Market Follower: Maxo from Jyothy Laboratories' is rapidly increasing
its share.

 Vaporizer refill market:
Market leader: All Out brand from Karamchand Appliances Pvt Ltd.
(65%)
Market Challenger: Good Knight and Jet from Godrej Sara Lee Ltd.



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together account for 24% of the vaporizer segment.
Market Follower: Mortein Vaporizer by Reckitt Benckiser has a
market share of about 5-7%.

 Mats and aerosol categories:
Market leader: Godrej Sara Lee leads the market with its brands Good
Knight Silver mat (68%) in mats and Hit (aerosol).

Market Follower: Mortein‟s share in mats is estimated at roughly
15%.




KARAMCHAND APPLIANCES PRIVATE LTD.
ALLOUT

The name All Out is almost a generic name for Liquid Vaporizers
(vaporizers), a segment of Rs.22O crores in the mosquito repellant
industry in India. All out is the market leader in this segment with a 70
percent market share in 2001. KAPL was almost solely responsible for
creating this segment. Within a decade of its launch, All Out had
converted a large number of customers into vaporizer users.

Allout‟s sales reached Rs 253 million in 1996-97. GSLL could no longer
ignore this growing segment and launched its own vaporizer under the


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GoodKnight brand in 1996-97. Although the initial success of All Out
was largely due to technological innovation and first-mover advantages,
it was widely believed that what had kept the brand going was strong
marketing. KAPL decided to handle the advertising for All Out on its own,
surprising many industry watchers and drawing criticism from some ad
agencies. However, the company surprised everybody with the launch of
a campaign featuring an animated, jumping frog (actually an All Out
vaporizer) eating mosquitoes, which proved to be immensely successful.

 In 1998, KAPL came out with a Rs 99 pack consisting of the Pluggy and
a refill. The deal, called the 'deadly offer' was backed by heavy
advertising. . After KAPL's 'deadly exchange scheme,' GoodKnight's share
decreased by 9.3% in volume terms between September 1999 and
February 2000.

KAPL's distribution network consisted of around 120 distributors across
the country. Of the 900,000 outlets across the country, that sold
repellants, KAPL was available in only 18%. As this was significantly
lower than the 55% figure for R&C and 54% for GSSL, KAPL is working
towards increasing its presence.

GODREJ SARA LEE LTD
GOOD KNIGHT

Godrej Sara Lee Ltd. is a 450 crore turnover company with brands
like Good Knight, Jet and Hit. It is the market leader in the mats
segment with a share of 68% in May 2000. Good Knight has become
the most preferred mosquito repellent solution in the country. The
Good Knight brand was launched by Transelektra Domestic Products
Ltd (TDPL) in 1984. The product was innovative and perfectly priced.
Good Knight worked on a long term strategy that would capitalize on
its long-established equity.

In the mid 1990s, Good Knight faced growing competition from new
coil and vaporizer products. To counter this thrust, Good Knight re-
launched its mat first as Super mat and finally as Good Knight Silver
mat in 2003, with contemporary packing, superior technology and
using a high decibel campaign. Today Good Knight Silver mat is a
market leader with 62% market share.

By 1999, Good Knight also joined the battle for the coils by launching
its red coil variant. Since Good Knight was seen to be a hi-tech brand
and coils were regarded as an entry-level product, the company made
sure that it did not suffer a downgrade in consumer perception. It
branded its version as a value-added product, which lasted ten hours
(compared to eight hours in the case of most others). The color red


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was meant to convey power. . The red coil category created by Good
Knight is growing and has cornered 50% of the coil market.

Good Knight entered the vaporizer segment in 1995 by launching
Good Knight liquidator and Liquid Mosquito Destroyer (LMD)
machine, together as a combo-pack. In a short span of three years,
Good Knight liquidator managed a share of 24% of the vaporizer
market and 32% of LMD market based on the strength of the Good
Knight equity. The Good Knight Vaporizer lasted 30-45 days and just
had to be plugged in. Good Knight Turbo refill, a technologically
superior product, was launched in 2004. It was the right time for
Good Knight to take the plunge and gun for market leadership.

The most important USP for Good Knight is its brand equity, built
over a decade by its products and brand communication.



RECKITT BENCKISER

MORTEIN

Rs 585-crore Reckitt Benckiser in India is high profile particularly
because it has a range of popular products. Reckitt launched
mosquito repellent coils and mats under the brand name Mortein in
1994. Mortein is also available in liquid and aerosol spray forms.
Mortein is the number two pest-control brand in the country Mortein
sales grew by 9.2% in F12/01, as against market growth of 9%.
Mortein Coil sales grew by 14.5% despite stiff competition in the
category. For Mortein the strategy is to increase penetration of coils,
enhance brand salience of other variants and tap niche segments
through a stream of innovations. Another target for 2001 is to gather
a legitimate share among vaporizers -- from 1.5 per cent to a double
digit figure. Mortein's share in mats is estimated at roughly 15 per
cent.

           WHY WE CHOSE TO LAUNCH A VAPORIZER?


1) Market Growing: The market for vaporizers has grown from 5% in
1999 to 20% in 2004. It is expected to grow even further since vaporizers
are becoming economical and people are realizing the disadvantages of
using coils and mats.

2) Safer And Convenient: Vaporizers are safer than coils since they just
have to be switched on. They are far more convenient as well. Many
people complain of breathing problems with coils which is eliminated
through vaporizers.


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3) Economical: Vaporizer is considered to be a premium product but if
you compare the prices of the coils and vaporizers today than there is not
much difference. Consumers have to bear the initial cost of a machine
which is a one time cost and the per day cost of the refill is even lower
than the coils.




                      PORTERS 5 FORCE MODEL



1) Threat of competitors
The threat of competitors is high because there are a lot of players in the
market and two new segments that is personal sprays and gels have
come in which will increase the existing competition. Also existing
players are entering new segments which increase the competition like
Casper entering the vaporizer segment and Good Knight the personal
spray and gel segment.



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2) Threat of New Entrants
New entrants to an industry can raise the level of competition, which
depends mainly on the barriers to entry. In case of mosquito repellent
industry the entry barriers are low since the costs to set up the plant is
not very high. The exit barriers are low and thereby firms can enter and
exit easily.

3) Threat of Substitute Products
The presence of substitutes can dilute the attractiveness of a particular
industry. The threat of substitute products is low. The substitutes for
mosquito repellent would be agarbattis and dhoop that are used in
villages. There are not many substitutes available.

4) Threat of Buyers Bargaining Power
The buyer‟s bargaining power is low since they cannot influence the
prices to such a great deal. They have to purchase the product at
whatever prices available.


5) Threat of Supplier’s Bargaining Power
The cost of items bought from suppliers can have a significant impact on
the company‟s profitability. The threat of supplier‟s bargaining is
moderate. We can get our raw materials since they are herbal and can
be easily available. But certain oils are not available everywhere which
increases the supplier‟s bargaining power.



                                 FUTURE
According to industry reports, the Indian mosquito repellant market
was expected to grow rapidly. Analysts said that with improvement in
literacy and health consciousness in rural areas, the use of mosquito
repellants was expected to increase substantially in these areas. As
the per capita usage of repellants was very low in the country, there
was considerable scope for the market to expand.




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           LAUNCH OF A MOSQUITO REPELLENT- FIGHTER

ABOUT FIGHTER
Our product is a mosquito repellent vaporizer machine and its refill. The
machine has an added feature of being operated with AA battery. This
battery if used everyday will work for about 45 days. So it can be used
even without electricity and can be used outdoors as well; for example
tents, cars, etc. The refill will be available in 25ml pack which will last 30
nights, 35ml which will last about 45 nights and 45ml lasting 60 nights
subject it is used for 8 hours every night. The liquid is light green in
color. The vaporizer liquid is herbal. It is very economical. Some of the
benefits of our product are:
1) Effective evacuation of mosquitoes
2) No irritation of eyes
3) No hoarseness of throat,
4) No headaches and
5) No allergies.
Due to complex structure of herbal extracts in our vaporizer liquid,
mosquito do not develop immunity/resistance towards it like synthetic
toxicants.

USP: The USP of our product is that it is the most effective herbal
vaporizer which has an added feature of being operated with a battery.

 INGREDIENTS: The ingredients of our product are:
 Eucalyptus extract containing 50% p-methane-3 and 8-diol(PMD)
 Lemongrass oil


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   Citronella oil
   Tulasi oil
   Clove extract
   Palmarosa oil


MANUFACTURING PLANT: Our manufacturing plant will be set up in
Daman because we will be exempted for sales tax for a period of 15 yrs as
well as it is in the centre which will save our transportation costs.




                           MARKETING MIX

1) PRODUCT:

SEGMENTATION
Geographic: Initially using the geographic variable Fighter has segmented
the market into the western belt that is the states of Gujarat,
Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala and the union territories of Goa and
Daman, Diu.
Psychographic: It has also segmented on the lifestyle variable, for people
who have an adventurous lifestyle who can carry our vaporizer at their
outings.
Socio-economic Classification: SEC A, SEC B and SEC C. We have also
included SEC C because vaporizer is considered to be a premium
product but we want FIGHTER to be used by SEC C as well since it is
economical compared to the other vaporizers in the market.
Behavioral: Fighter has segmented on the benefit variable by providing
the benefit of being protected from mosquitoes.
Fighter has also segmented on the basis of occasion where it can used on
occasions like camps, outings provided used in a closed area.

TARGETING
Our target market is SEC A, SEC B and SEC C.
Income: Rs. 60,000+ p.a.
We would aim to target our customer which will be a woman because
Fighter is a household product and usually the woman buys it.




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POSITIONING STATEMENT
Fighter is primarily positioned as “A battery operated herbal vaporizer
which is the most effective to repel mosquitoes, absolutely safe,
convenient and economical which protects you always.”

PRODUCT DIFFERENTIATION
Our product is one of its kinds. Most of the other vaporizers are chemical
based, whereas we are the first movers to have a complete herbal
vaporizer. We have an added feature of a battery as well. Most of the
other vaporizers become ineffective if there are power cuts but FIGHTER
overcomes this problem.

POSITIOINING STRATEGY
Our positioning strategy is benefit positioning since we want to be known
as the most effective herbal vaporizer.




2) PRICE
The price of our combi-pack is Rs. 67/-.The price of the 25ml refill is
Rs.32/- 35ml refill is Rs.42/- and 45ml refill is Rs.52/-.
Our pricing strategy is Penetration Pricing because we want to sell high
volumes which will result in high long-run profits. The price of our
product is low as compared to our competitors mainly because we are
using herbal products and thereby our manufacturing costs are low. We
want to penetrate into the market and want to be known as the a
product which is value for money.

3) PLACE
We have a three-tier distribution system which includes
MANUFACTURER- DISTRIBUTOR- STOCKIST-WHOLESALER-RETAILER
The margins are as follows:
Distributor                           2%
Stockist                              3%
Wholesaler                            5%
Retailer                              12%

We will appoint distributors as per the density of population in the states
and the estimated demand. Maharashtra and Goa together being the
most populated will have 4 distributors. One for Mumbai, one for
northern Maharastra, one for central and one for southern Maharashtra
and Goa. Gujarat will have three distributors one each for north, central
and south. Karnataka will have two distributors and even Kerala will




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have two distributors. These distributors will appoint their stockists who
in turn would appoint the wholesalers.

4) PROMOTION
The means that we have used for promoting our product are as follows:

1)   Print Ads
2)   Hoardings
3)   TV Commercial
4)   Press Conference

We have two print ads for promoting our product and creating awareness
among the public. These will be published in the leading newspapers.
The hoarding will be will be shown in all the major cities.
We have one TV commercial which will be aired for about six months.
The message appeal of the ad is that of benefits and uniqueness of
product. On the day of the launch of the product we will call upon a
press conference for creating awareness about our product through the
media. The following are our print ads and storyboard:



This is our first print ad wherein we want to show that our product is a
herbal product.




This is our second print ad which shows that Fighter is battery operated
and can be used outdoors.




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Storyboard


Frame1:
Sadhu is trying to meditate in a hunt in a jungle.
Frame 2:
The mosquito are disturbing him and destroying his concentration. He
says “ Hey Hanuman! Ye macchaar Mera dhyan Bhang Kar Rahe Hain!”
Frame 3:
He says “Inse Chutkara Kaise Payoon?”
He wants to get rid of them as soon as possible.
Frame 4:
He says “Yahaan toh bijlee bhi nahin hain…”
As he is in a jungle, then is no electricity and he has no other option as
he is a Sadhu and doesn‟t use chemicals that are harmful to the
environment either.
Frame 5:
He uses our product “FIGHTER” AS IT IS MOBILE AND HERBAL. He
gets rid of the mosquitoes. He is extremely overjoyed and in his
excitement he says “TUSSI GREAT HO FIGHTER”
Frame 6:
He continues meditation peacefully…! Our product is shown on the
screen.

SALES PROMOTION
The three vehicles which we have used for promoting our sales are:

1) DISCOUNT SALES
This is to generate trials. We will have stalls outside about 150 retail
stores including departmental stores, supermarkets in major cities like
Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad , Cochin, Panaji, Surat, Vadodra and
Bangalore. The customer buying the product for first time will get a
discount offer. The normal price of our product (machine +refill) is Rs.67
but the product will be given to him at a price of Rs.60

2) COUPONS
Along with getting our product at a discounted price, the customer also
gets coupons. These coupons will carry a discount scheme where the
customer gets a refill of 45ml (which costs Rs.52) at price of 35ml worth
Rs.42.

3) MULTIPACKS



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A multipack would contain 2 refill bottles of 45 ml and instead of Rs.104
(price of both) it will actually cost Rs.96.

All these would boost our sales.




              NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

1) Idea generation And Screening:
Internal sources: through brainstorming we explored the opportunities of
every genre and studied the advantages and disadvantages of every genre
before deciding on one.
External sources: studying our competitors and their strategies and
through surveys conducted.
The ideas that came up were:
1) Personal Body spray – We rejected this idea because when we took
surveys not many people were not comfortable with spraying themselves
with ingredients that were used to repel mosquitoes.
2) Candles: We rejected this idea because mosquito repellent candles
have a lot of disadvantages. They can get blown off very easily and
thereby are not convenient.
3) Herbal Vaporizer: We considered this idea because none of the major
players had a herbal vaporizer and we could replace chemicals with
herbal products being as effective and much safer.


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4) Vaporizer which could also be operated with battery: We even
considered this idea because here we could provide an added feature of
the vaporizer being operated with a battery. In small towns where
electricity is not very constant, it could be used. Even on outdoors like
camping it would be very useful.

After a lot of discussion we decided we launch a herbal vaporizer which
could be operated with a battery as well. It was technically feasible to
make such a product and it would provide dual benefit to people.

2) Concept development:
We have made a product-positioning map to see whether our concept of
“a herbal vaporizer” would compete against other alternatives already
existing in market. After studying our positioning map we decided to come up
with a vaporizer which would be economical, effective and herbal. We also decided to
have an additional feature of a battery socket.
This concept was put forward through some of target customers to get
their reactions. And the response we got was good indicating strong
customer appeal towards our product. The following is our product-
positioning map.




3) Marketing strategies:
Once the product was finalized, we designed our marketing strategies to
launch our product, which are elaborated previously.

4) Business analysis:
Once the product was finalized, we had to estimate our costs, project
sales and profits for the future to find out whether the objective of our
company could be achieved or not. This is further understood in the cost
sheet and break-even analysis attached.

COST SHEET
Initial cost of plant: Rs. 20000000/-

1st Year
(all figures in rupees)
Direct Material              17625600
Direct Labor                 3264000



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Prime Cost                                     20889600
Depreciation              2000000
Administration Cost       7833600
Cost of Production                             30723200
Advertisement & PR        16972800
Selling & Distribution    15667200
Cost of Sales                                  63363200


2nd Year
(all figures in rupees)
Direct Material           19388160
Direct Labor              3590400
Prime Cost                                     22978560
Depreciation              2000000
Administration Cost       8616960
Cost of Production                             33595520
Advertisement & PR        17233920
Selling & Distribution    17233920
Cost of Sales                                  68063360


3rd Year
(all figures in rupees)
Direct Material           22296384
Direct Labor              4128960
Prime Cost                                     26425344
Depreciation              2000000
Administration Cost       9909504
Cost of Production                             38334848
Advertisement & PR        15690048
Selling & Distribution    19819008
Cost of Sales                                  73843904


Sales Estimation:-
Total Population of target market:- 2414.52 lacs approx.
Assuming only 2% of population approaches us for our product:- 24.14
lacs
Assuming each family to be of 4 members and some families may buy
two or more units of our product and some may not buy so number of
families who approach us for the product:- 12 lacs
Assuming 40% of families approach us for our refill only and not for
machines then number of machines sold would be 5 lacs appox. and



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then some of these families may again buy our products and some may
not and also we can get new customers.
Next, assuming major chunk of population go for 45ml refill then
estimated sale of refills:-
45ml refills:- 360000
35ml refills:- 240000
25 ml refills:- 240000

Therefore, sale of 1st year:-

Product             Price of Product   No. of Units     Estimated Sales
Combi Pack          Rs. 60/-           500000           30000000
25ml Refill         Rs. 32/-           240000           7680000
35ml Refill         Rs. 42/-           360000           15120000
45ml Refill         Rs. 52/-           240000           12480000
                    Total                               65280000

Revenue Estimation:-

1st Year:-
Estimated Sales: 65280000
Profit (6%) : 3916800

2nd Year:-
Estimated Sales: 71808000
(sales increase by 10% as compared to last year)
Profit (8%) : 5744640
(profit increases by reducing cost on advertisement)

3rd Year:-
Estimated Sales: 82579200
(sales increase by 15% as compared to last year)
Profit (13%) : 10735296
(profit increases by reducing cost on advertisement)

Break Even Point: after 3 years
Total expenditure for three years: 205270464
Total revenue for three years:     219667200

5) PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT:
In order to develop the concept into a physical product and to ensure
that the product idea could be turned into a profitable product we decide
to first produce 2000 units initially of which somewhere around 1500
units will be given to our target customers from all western states and




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remaining units will be given to our employees and their feedback will be
taken.

7)COMMERCIALIZATION:
We have decided to launch our product in first week of May and more
awareness about the product will be created in the month of May to
induce the customers to buy our product. the sole reason to launch the
product in month of May is that the sales of mosquito repellents rise
during monsoon.

                                 BRANDING

BRAND NAME- FIGHTER
   It is easy to remember.
   It portrays what the product can do.
   Consumers can relate to the name.
   It is easy to pronounce.

TAGLINE- Be protected…. Always!!
Fighter has the ability to fight with all the mosquitoes that affect the
consumer. His sole aim is to protect the consumer. Moreover it is mobile
and can be carried anywhere. So the tagline brings out the same.
Consumers who use the fighter will be protected always.

LOGO
Our brand logo is a leaf. The leaf portrays the fact that our vaporizer is
herbal. The leaf has the strength to drive away the mosquitoes and
thereby protect you.

BRAND ESSENCE
   Core attribute-it is a vaporizer.
   Extended attribute-it is a herbal, mobile vaporizer and is effective.

BRAND IDENTITY
Fighter is basically an effective herbal vaporizer. It has an added feature
of being operated with a battery. It aims to identify itself as a unique
product considering it is one of its kind. It will protect your entire family
from mosquitoes.

BRAND PERSONALITY
Our brand personality is a 24 yr old educated woman. For her, her
family and their well being is very important. She loves nature. Likes
adventure and loves traveling outdoors. She likes being one step ahead
and always has a back-up.




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BRANDING STRATEGY
The branding strategy that our company is following is that of product
branding as the company name is not associated with our product
„Fighter‟. It has an independent identity.




                        PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE




The Introduction Stage:

Product: Since we are in the introduction stage, we decided to
concentrate only on one product. Thereby we launched a vaporizer.
Price: Being in the introduction stage, our price will be comparatively
lower since we want the upcoming people to use out product. We would
adopt penetration pricing in order to attract consumers.

Place: Initially we plan to launch in the four states that is Gujarat,
Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra and Goa. This will help us to
concentrated only on these four states and use all our resources here
and become a strong brand.

Promotion: Promotion will be done on a large scale which includes a
promotional party, hoardings, print ads and a press conference. This will
create awareness about our product which will stimulate our sales. We
will having a lot of sales promotions such as discounts, coupons and
multipacks.




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                            SWOT ANALYSIS

STRENGTHS:
   A herbal product
          It is strength of our company as we have the first mover
          advantage over an herbal vaporizer and also because people
          are shifting their loyalties to herbal products as they have
          realized the advantages of using herbal products.
   Innovative- Battery operated
          Our products extra feature, that it can be operated with
          battery, making it mobile, is a strength as it provides
          convenience to customers.
   Economical
          The price of our product is comparatively lower to the
          competitors though we provide the same quality.

WEAKNESS:
   It can turn out to be expensive if the vaporizer is extensively used
    on battery.

OPPORTUNITY:
   Market is growing at the rate of 21%
          As the market is growing at a fairly good rate we have a great
          opportunity to capture the market share.
   First Mover advantage-First battery operated herbal vaporizer
          We have the first mover advantage over being the first herbal
          vaporizer in the industry. Being battery operated gives us the
          advantage to attract different customers.

THREATS :
   Supply of raw materials
          The raw materials used by us may not be available at all
          times keeping in mind the natural calamity that may occur.
   Competition from Existing brands having a large market share
   Increase in competition because of upcoming segments such as
    personal sprays and gels.




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                            FUTURE PLANS

After concurring the western belt and Gujarat we would shift towards the
south eastern belt then towards central India and consequently towards
eastern Indian and finally towards north. Eventually our product would
be available nation wide. We also plan to enter the rural market. We also
plan to diversify into horizontal integration of mosquito repellent sprays
and creams.
Company plans to export its product to countries like Afghanistan,
Bangladesh, etc. ………………..
After making a significant mark in the country we plan to enter into air
freshener market where at present Ambipur is prevalent.
Last but not the least company would like to make its product enter into
the unaided segment i.e., at top of the mind.




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