Unilever in India: Building the Ice Creams Business

            
 
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Case Code : MKTA004
Case Length : 14 Pages
Period : 1994-2004
Pub Date : 2004
Teaching Note :Not Available
Organization : Unilever, Hindustan Lever Limited (HLL)
Industry : FMCG
Countries : India

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New Marketing Initiatives
In the early 2000s, HLL launched a number of marketing initiatives in the light of increasing competition. The initiatives were implemented in four phases. In the first phase called the 'Innovation' phase, HLL introduced the Indian impulse consumer to a range of products like the Feast bar and Softies, while the Viennetta, Vanilla Gold and Black Currant Sundaes targeted the take-home segment...

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HLL believed sustainable competitive advantage would come from differentiation, not from price. The company believed that the only way to grow the ice cream market was to make the product exciting.

After increasing penetration in the market with low-priced products, HLL shifted focus to the high end of the market. As a step in that direction, low priced products in the Kwality Walls portfolio such as Max Funjoos priced at Rs 2, were withdrawn and the lowest price point in the Kwality Walls range was made Rs 5...

Exhibits

Exhibits I: TVC for Kwality Wall's Sundae
Exhibits II: TVC for Kwality Wall's Super Cornetto
Exhibits III: TVC for Kwality Wall's Max


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