"Kingsford Charcoal Case Study" Essays and Research Papers

  • Kingsford Charcoal Case Study

    Case Study Analysis: Kingsford Charcoal | MGMT 563 Marketing Management September 18, 2012 | Cheryl Banks, Jacqueline Robinson, Mabel Tsahey, Stephanie White | History Charcoal grilling is an American tradition that brings communities together through a shared celebration of food. An important aspect of grilling is food preparation and charcoal is used to heat and cook food. Established in the 1920’s by Henry Ford and his relative E.G. Kingsford, the purpose of charcoal briquettes was to...

    Brand, Charcoal, Marketing 2439  Words | 7  Pages

  • Study Guide for Kingsford Charcoal

    Kingsford Charcoal Case Brief Problem Identification and Situation Analysis Clorox Corporation depends upon Kingsford Charcoal as an important revenue (9% in 2000) and net income contributor in the product portfolio. Since the 1980’s Kingsford had enjoyed steady 1-3% growth, but summer 2000 revenue was expected to fall short of forecast. The Kingsford brand managers took on a challenge to assess and propose solutions to the first-time overall softening of the charcoal category. The softening...

    Brand, Brand management, Charcoal 685  Words | 3  Pages

  • Kingsford Case Study

    Kingsford’s greatest strength is it’s a leading product in the charcoal industry, and it has maintained a healthy, positive relationship with charcoal consumers. In fact, Kingsford had a 59.5 percent market share compared to 6.4 percent of Royal Oak and 32.7 percent of the private brands. In fact, Kingsford is considered superior in product quality compared to Royal Oak and private labels, and 60 percent of surveyed consumers indicated Kingsford was better quality. One of Kingsford’s greatest weaknesses...

    Advertising, Brand, Brand equity 1802  Words | 5  Pages

  • Kingsford Charcoal Case

    Kingsford Charcoal Case Kingsford Charcoal was first started in the 1920’s by the famous Henry Ford, he created an innovative idea that used wood scraps to turn into charcoal briquettes that would burn longer and hotter than normal wood, a lumberman that was also related to Ford named E.G. Kingsford helped build the first briquettes plant and help get the business started up and commercialized, not too soon after it was bought by an investment group then in 1973 it was purchased by a company...

    Advertising, Brand, Brand management 1283  Words | 3  Pages

  • Kingsford Charcoal Case

    Kingsford Charcoal Case Alex Lau Marketing Management Professor Wright 3/26/2013 Introduction Grilling is engraved in American culture as well as a highly seasonal activity. Kingsford Charcoal is in the business of selling charcoal for grills. Even though Kingsford increased its market share in 2000, their forecast indicates they will not reach the initial revenue mark. With the charcoal market’s growth slowing, and the gas grill market gaining market share, Kingsford needs to revise its...

    Advertising, Brand, Marketing 1523  Words | 6  Pages

  • Kingsford Charcoal

    this report, we will be analyzing the current performance of Kingsford in the marketplace and identify the main cause of revenue deterioration. Thereafter, a comprehensive strategy and marketing plan will be presented. We will begin with identifying current business orientation of Kingsford. Then, we will analyze its position in the marketplace and various external forces. In-depth analysis on the strengths and weaknesses of Kingsford is done to have a clearer picture on what should be done to...

    Charcoal, Marketing, Marketing management 1800  Words | 7  Pages

  • Kingsford Charcoal

    Case: Kingsford Charcoal Define problem Kingsford is a branch product group of Clorox. The main product of Kingsford is charcoal. The business performance of this brand was good among the competitors, but during the recent years, it tends to be worse.The marketers of this company are trying to find a way to solve this problem by using the analysis and informations they got which cover many aspects. According to the analysis, the biggest competitor of Kingsford is Royal Oak and Private Label...

    Advertising, Barbecue, Brand 1602  Words | 5  Pages

  • Kingsford Charcoal Brief Case Report

    competitors: Kingsford is a well known brand of charcoal for barbeque purpose in US. Clorox purchased it in 1973. It accounts for 9% of Clorox’s revenue in 2000. Kingsford only have two main competitors in the market, Royal Oak and private labels. Key trend and key success factor: Grilling is a popular event in US. Common reasons for barbecuing are great flavor, outdoor social activities, change of pace etc. Charcoal and gas grilling are the most common methods. The success of Kingsford is due to discipline...

    Advertising, Barbecue, Brand 954  Words | 3  Pages

  • Kingsford Case

    Date: Kingsford Value Proposition | For (customer), (company) offers its (product), which unlike the (competition) provides the owner with (benefit). | 5Cs | 4 P’s | Customer * Barbeque Grill owners – * 80% of owners were young, from large and high income families * > 50% of the owners were MED-HI users * 60% of the owners were men * Popular grilling events – July 4th, Labor Day, Tailgating | Product * Kingsford Charcoal – for grilling * Invented by Henry Ford...

    Advertising, Barbecue, Brand 1312  Words | 4  Pages

  • Kingsford Charcoal

    In terms of a future action plan, we feel Kingsford Charcoal should target the market segment identified as Regular Exclusive, and select the pricing scenario labeled total line pricing increase. To balance advertising and promotions, we propose that Kingsford maintain the forecasted advertising budget, while implementing a promotional strategy focused on co-marketing, cross-promotions and retailer enticement. Additionally, we recommend Kingsford explore offshore options for production (Exhibit...

    Carbon forms, Charcoal, Kingsford 703  Words | 3  Pages

  • Kingsford Charcoal Marketing Report

    Kingsford charcoal marketing report Kingsford charcoal brand is well known in barbecuing community across United States. Over time, it consists in the message communication and marketing strategies to building and maintaining this strong brand image. But in 2000, Kingsford faced a decline in sales and the category appeared softer than it had in previous years. This report discusses and analyses the issues that Kingsford had, as well as comes out some recommendations to overcoming the softening of...

    Brand, Brand management, Brands 1206  Words | 5  Pages

  • Kingsford Charcoal: Overcoming the Softening in the Charcoal Category

    Casework Kingsford Charcoal: overcoming the softening in the charcoal category PROBLEM STATEMENT Taking into account the slowdown in the overall charcoal category, the main problem of Kingsford Charcoal (KC) is how to determine the right strategy in order to improve its sales and profits and ensure future growth of the company. This strategy has the following issues: 1. How to overcome the penetration of gas grill usage? 2. Increasing advertising - will it help the company to improve the...

    Advertising, Barbecue, Brand 1076  Words | 4  Pages

  • Kingsford

    Marketing Strategy Considering the fact that Kingsford charcoal is a) a cash cow (high relative market share and low market growth) and b) price inelastic, we strongly recommend a total line pricing increase combined with aggressive investment in advertising and trade promotion across all channels, specifically food stores and mass merchandisers, that can exploit the greater advantages of charcoal over gas grilling. The target segment market should be Instant Acceptors because they account for...

    Barbecue, Charcoal, Competition 860  Words | 3  Pages

  • Kingsford Charcoal Case

    recent softening of the charcoal industry and coming up with recommendations to grow the Kingsford Charcoal brand. They faced a series of critical decisions in this task: 1. Pricing – should prices be raised, and, if so, by how much? Should they implement a total line pricing increase or just increase the price of certain products? 2. Advertising – should advertising be increased, and by how much? 3. Competition – is Kingsford competing against other charcoal manufacturers, gas grills...

    Advertising, Barbecue, Brand 2244  Words | 8  Pages

  • Kingsford Charcoal Business Case

    Graduate Marketing Management Fall 2011 - Final Exam Background Kingsford Charcoal represents one of the largest product groups within The Clorox Company, approximately 9% of its revenue. The business which started in the 1920’s when Henry Ford developed a process to turn wood scraps into charcoal briquettes was commercialized by E.G. Kingsford and bought by Clorox in 1973. Kingsford has a healthy market share and since 1980 had continued to grow at a moderate rate of 1-3 percent in revenues...

    Brand, Charcoal, Clorox 4531  Words | 14  Pages

  • Kingsford Charcoal Case

    KINGSFORD CHARCOAL CASE STUDY GB-513 MARKETING MANAGENET PROF. KARL ALORBI SAINT PETER’S COLLEGE, NJ. SUBMISSION DATE: 08/08/2011 SUBMITTED BY: RIDDHI JAJAL TABLE OF CONTENT No | Topic | Page No. | 1 | Executive Summary | 3 | 2 | Key Problems | 5 | 3 | Analysis and Evaluation | 7 | 4 | Recommendation | 10 | 5 | Implementation Plan | 12 | Executive Summary Clorox Company produce 50 different products by 2000, includes different categories such as Household products...

    Advertising, Barbecue, Charcoal 2798  Words | 8  Pages

  • Kingsford Charcoal

    Kingsford Charcoal Brand managers Marcilie Smith Boyle (HBS MBA Class of 1996) and Allison Warren were getting together for their weekly Kingsford Charcoal ("Kingsford") debriefing meeting in February 2001 at Clorox's corporate offices in Oakland, CA. As the job-sharing brand managers for the $350 million charcoal business, Smith Boyle and Warren had a lot to discuss during their Wednesday "overlap" day. Both women were assigned to the brand in July 2000, just as it became apparent that the summer...

    Advertising, Brand, Brand management 5660  Words | 17  Pages

  • kingsford market analysis

    10/18/13 Kingsford Charcoal Marketing Analysis Kingsford Charcoal Unit 4 12/1/2010 1. Given your analysis of the Kingsford case, what are (or reasonably could be) the key drivers impacting the observed trend towards declining growth rates in recent years? How would you prioritize these issues? Make sure that you include your rationale in your answer? There are many reasons that are leading to a decline in growth rate of the entire charcoal category in the years leading up to 2000 and...

    Advertising, Barbecue, Carbon forms 1705  Words | 6  Pages

  • kingsford case

    Tamer Professor Glenn Pitman – MKTG 324 KINGSFORD CHARCOAL CASE STUDY Kingsford is the leading producer of premium segment charcoal grilling products. It is a division of Clorox that sells charcoal and currently generates 9% of Clorox’s revenues. Kingsford products are available nationwide at variety of stores like food stores, mass stores and FDMs. The brand is offering two types including instant (red bag) and regular (blue bag). The successful US leader Kingsford has faced challenges in the industry...

    Advertising, Barbecue, Charcoal 1529  Words | 10  Pages

  • Charcoal Briquette

    CHAPTER ONE Literature Review 1.0 Introduction Charcoal is defined as dark grey residue consisting of impure carbon obtained by removing water and other volatile constituents from animal and vegetation substances [1] or a black grey form of carbon, produce by heating wood or other organic substances in enclosed space without air. Charcoal is basically composed of tiny particles or carbon[2] which is usually produce by slow pyrolysis, heating of wood, sugar, bone char, or other substances in the...

    Anthracite, Briquette, Carbon 2223  Words | 7  Pages

  • Kingsford Charcoal

    Kingsford Charcoal, founded in 1920 by Henry Ford and E.G Kingford, produces high quality charcoal and accounts for roughly 9% of Clorox revenues, which is its parent company. Its main competitors in the charcoal market are Private Label brands and Royal Oak; and faces heavy competition from gas grills as substitutes for charcoal grilling. In addition, with declining growth, seasonal sales pattern, and slashed advertising funds, from $6 million in 1998 to $1 million in 2000, Kingsford has encountered...

    Barbecue, Brand, Charcoal 317  Words | 2  Pages

  • Charcoal

    Charcoal ANGELICUM COLLEGE Quezon City An Investigatory Project: Charcoal Leaves as an alternative for cooking Presented to: Ms. Rowelyn Molina In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in Physics Submitted by: Christine Siatan Edbal Cajilig Laura Coronel Tristan Yapchiongco Japeth Mendoza Ericka Dizon Gabriel Cabacungan Jetrix Jose Abstract Dried leaves are the main material in the project. The purpose of doing the project is to find an alternative if the ordinary is not available. And the researchers...

    Charcoal, Cooking, Impurity 821  Words | 3  Pages

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