CASE ANALYSIS OF CHANG BEER STRATEGIES
Beer Chang is the number one selling beer in Thailand which was launched in 1995. The symbol of Chang beer can be spotted by distinctive green label adorned by two elephants. ‘Chang’ means elephant in Thai which resembles Chang Classic really packs a punch at 6.4% per common serve 630 ml size. For entering any foreign market a comprehensive international marketing strategy must be prepared, used to develop a pricing strategy. Chang beer implemented Market Strategy by aim at maintaining market dominance and creating defensive techniques against future competitive strikes to avoid a reduction in their market share. Positive Defense: They aim for forward thinking, like Local liquor selling with a beer plus method that made Chang Beer able to dump would be sold per 100 baht. By the end of 2000, Chang beer had a market share of as much as 60% after the 1997 crisis, as there was a huge change in consumer behaviour of purchase applying planned in an extension of marketing and generated only about 3.7 per cent of its 2011 revenue of 132 billion baht from outside the Kingdom, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Flank Defense: Chang entered into the International Beer contest in Australia in July 1998as a large beer, without limitation of alcohol content and won Gold medal Award in the 2009 World Beers and Drinks Selection by protect itsmarket share by getting rid of weak points completely. Preemptive defense: Conducting aggressive campaigns (1998-2000), approximately 121.7 million baht, 255.8 million baht and 318.1 million Baht invested by solidity its marketing. Counter Offensive Defense: Improvement of product quality, sales promotions and discounts in view of customer satisfaction by improvement in taste for the consumer utilized higher quality raw materials such as class malt, a special strain of yeast and premium hops. Mobile defense: The market leader has to be aware ofmarket movement and change at all times by...
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