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Consumer Behaviour Of Beer (kingfisher)

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  • October 11, 2014
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  • Course: consumer behaviour
  • Professor: sapna popli
  • School: IILM
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CONSUMER BUYING BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS KINGFISHER BEER

1 INTRODUCTION OF BEER

“Beer is an alcoholic beverage produce by the fermentation of malted barely. Although the preparation of fermented beverages has been practiced in India since early times, the art of brewing of Europeans”.

There were 26 beer breweries in across India when the government called the game over in the early 70’s by freezing the industries production capacity. Nobody was permitted to either expand existing units or build new ones. In swift reaction, the cash rich Banglore based u. b group began buying up all the breweries if it possible could bring its tally up to 10. Many of these were small, sick units going cheap. Given the government new anti-alcohol pasture. U.B was amongst the few willing act on the future of the beer business. Rather than cost U.B.’s actual consideration was that they were located in the north and east markets it wanted to gain access to (beer being perishable product and transportation being a costly proposition, sales are usually combined to a radius to few hundred KM around the brewery). Although the south and west accounted for an over whelning majority of sale. U.B. was confident other part would grow, some U.B.’s brewing capacity was on par with that of its arch rival, muhan meakin.

1.1STATEMENT OF PROBLEM
· Prices of beer are going to increase in the recent days.
· Lack of marketing information.
· Increasing the government taxes on the beer and other drinks. · Sales force to the firm with minimum sales man working in the firms · Lack of credit facility.
· Lack of advertisement as effective.
· Problem of safe transportation to warehouse to store.
· Lack of sales promotional activities.
· There is no proper channel of distribution

1.2OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
To throw light on the history and origin of beer.
1. To know the manufacturing process of beer.
2. To evaluate the development of beverage industry in India. 3. To study the...
CONSUMER BUYING BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS
KINGFISHER BEER
1 INTRODUCTION OF BEER
“Beer is an alcoholic beverage produce by the fermentation of malted barely. Although the
preparation of fermented beverages has been practiced in India since early times, the art of brewing
of Europeans”.
There were 26 beer breweries in across India when the government called the game over in the
early 70’s by freezing the industries production capacity. Nobody was permitted to either expand
existing units or build new ones. In swift reaction, the cash rich Banglore based u. b group began
buying up all the breweries if it possible could bring its tally up to 10. Many of these were small,
sick units going cheap. Given the government new anti-alcohol pasture. U.B was amongst the few
willing act on the future of the beer business. Rather than cost U.B.’s actual consideration was that
they were located in the north and east markets it wanted to gain access to (beer being perishable
product and transportation being a costly proposition, sales are usually combined to a radius to few
hundred KM around the brewery). Although the south and west accounted for an over whelning
majority of sale. U.B. was confident other part would grow, some U.B.’s brewing capacity was on
par with that of its arch rival, muhan meakin.
1.1STATEMENT OF PROBLEM
Prices of beer are going to increase in the recent days.
Lack of marketing information.
Increasing the government taxes on the beer and other drinks.
Sales force to the firm with minimum sales man working in the firms
Lack of credit facility.
Lack of advertisement as effective.
Problem of safe transportation to warehouse to store.