Objectives Environment Analysis Targeting Position 4 P’s Analysis Budgeting Monitoring
“Be the leader provider of premium products and premium services for individual mobility”
• Units per year (worldwide): 2008: 1,212 cars 2009: 1,002 cars 2010: 2,711 cars 2011: +10% vs. 2010 +10% 2,711
**US DATA BMW group includes: Rolls Royce, Mini & BMW brands
• Mercedes: 1.6% • Audi: 0.8% • Porsche: 0.2% • Jaguar: 0.1% • BMW group: 1.7% Objective + 0.1% Market share BMW group in mature markets and gain presence in growth regions
• EBIT margin: 8% - 10% • Pre tax return on sales: 7% • Gross margin: 15% • Net value added: +40% 2010 2011
*BMW group includes: Rolls Royce, Mini & BMW brands
Others include: Sustainable mobility, social responsibility, Global trend Emerging markets
2. Environment Analysis 2.1 PESTL
Increase in prices within the luxury automobiles sector
Not possible to do any type of transaction online nevertheless it can be the first way to contact a dealer.
Trade restrictions & barriers
In some nations protectionist measures can drive to impose such measures making it hard to enter.
Rate of technological change
Even though Rolls Royce is a traditional brand of cars, new models need to comply with advanced technology that go in had with its well recognized engineering quality.
Outstanding when analyzing luxury brands.
Environmental regulations regulations regarding Global climate change “ Competitor trade regulations
New market entry Emerging economies
As many other luxury brands can be deeply affected by financial
Weakening of the dollar
“Rolls Royce only targets potential customers who have liquid assets in excess of $30 million”
Baby boomers are a “large demographic group with concentrated spending power”
2. Environment Analysis 2.2 SWOT
Tradition as a solid backup (Est. 1904) Design + Comfort + Quality High brand awareness Leader in the premium automobile manufacture Stability under the BMW group stewardship Bespoke personalization program Uniqueness
Traditional image might be an obstacle for conquering “young” potential rich customers
Subsidiary of the BMW group Globalization New emerging markets with potential clients Technology adapted to traditional cars
Economic recessions Emergence of more economic automakers offering “luxury” cars (Ex. Lexus from Toyota of Infiniti from Nissan)
3. Targeting Position
Rolls Royce Audi
• “Old Money” Customers Look after an heirloom that can be passed to future generations • “New Money” Customers Looking for instant recognition • There are approximately 85,000 potential customers worldwide • Wealthy
• Geographic: Europe North America & Middle East (emerging markets are starting to be considered : India & China) • Socio demographic: Net worth of $30 MM (large fortunes) / Royalty or entrepreneurs / Own more than 3 houses / Have 6 or more luxury or collectable cars • Behavioral: Customers have a clean and distinguished look. Look for: superiority, performance, reliability & quality • Psychographic: Luxurious lifestyle / Status symbol
• Superiority • Performance • Technologically advanced • Quality automobile producer • Exclusive • Luxurious • Tradition • Refinement • Contemporary style • Outstanding engineering • Reliability
4. 4 P’s Analysis
- “Luxury motor car par excellence” - 2 models available on the market: Ghost & Phantom - Technologically advanced cars - Personalized features available “Only you know what your special Rolls...
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