Pepsodent was launched in 1993 in India and since then the brand has raised the benchmark on Oral Care solutions in India. Pepsodent has a range of toothpastes and toothbrushes that could take care of specific oral care needs. Pepsodent toothpaste fights germs to protect teeth against cavities and gives strong teeth, fresh breath and healthy gums. Pepsodent as an oral care expert offers solution to specific problems like bleeding gums and sensitive teeth.
Endorsed by FDI ( the largest dental association globally) •
Among the most trusted brands in India (Brand Equity, Economic Times, India) •
Also sold as Mentadent, Zhonghua, PS and Signal in other countries Mission Statements:
Basic purpose for which company is in Business.
The mission statement should be a concise statement of business strategy and developed from the customer's perspective and it should fit with the vision for the business. The mission should answer three questions: 1.
What do we do?
How do we do it?
For whom do we do it?
What do we do?
This question should not be answered in terms of what is physically delivered to customers, but by the real and/or psychological needs that are fulfilled when customers buy your products or services. Customers make purchase decisions for many reasons, including economical, logistical, and emotional factors. An excellent illustration of this is a business in the Twin Cities that imports hand-made jewelry from east Africa. When asked what her business does, the owner replied, "We import and market east African jewelry." But when asked why customers buy her jewelry, she explained that, "They're buying a story in where the jewelry came from." This is an important distinction and answering this question from the need-fulfilled perspective will help you answer the other two questions effectively. How do we do it?
This question captures the more technical elements of the business. Your answer should encompass the physical product or service and how it is sold and delivered to customers, and it should fit with the need that the customer fulfills with its purchase. In the example above, the business owner had originally defined her business as selling east African jewelry and was attempting to sell it on shelves of boutique retail stores with little success. After modifying the answer to the first question, she realized that she needed to deliver the story to her customers along with the product. She began organizing wine parties that included a slide show of east Africa, stories of personal experiences there, and pictures and descriptions of the villagers who make the jewelry. This method of delivery has been very successful for her business.
For whom do we do it?
The answer to this question is also vital, as it will help you focus your marketing efforts. Though many business owners would like to believe otherwise, not everyone is a potential customer, as customers will almost always have both demographic and geographic limitations. When starting out, it is generally a good idea to define the demographic characteristics (age, income, etc.) of customers who are likely to buy and then define a geographic area in which your business can gain a presence. As you grow, you can add new customer groups and expand your geographic focus. An additional consideration with mission statements is that most businesses will have multiple customer groups that purchase for different reasons. In these cases, one mission statement can be written to answer each of the three questions for each customer group or multiple mission statements can be developed. Also, as a final thought, remember that your vision and mission statements are meant to help guide the business, not to lock you into a particular direction. As your company grows and as the competitive environment changes, your mission may require change to include additional or different needs fulfilled, delivery systems, or customer groups. With...
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