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Market Share Of Tea Industry Lipton

Marketing Plan: Lipton Ice Tea Industry Analysis In 2005, the tea industry reached the $1.7 billion category and it is expected to continue growing indefinitely (Mintel 2005). Market analysts believe the tea industry will continue to boom and is not expected to reach saturation level in the near future. The favorable movement in the tea industry can be attributed to two major factors: a) consumers need for convenience and time-saving services; and b) the positive press given to tea. American lifestyle...

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Brand analysis/ IMC Analysis on Lipton Ice Tea, Oishi Green Tea, Fuji Green Tea.

 Brand analysis/ IMC Analysis on Lipton Ice Tea, Oishi Green Tea, Fuji Green Tea. Brand analysis consist of 4P's In 2005, the tea industry reached the $1.7 billion category and it is expected to continue growing indefinitely (Mintel 2005). Market analysts believe the tea industry will continue to boom and is not expected to reach saturation level in the near future. The favorable movement in the tea industry can be attributed to two major factors: A consumers need for convenience and time-saving...

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Russia Tea Market

Russia tea market Russia Most of Northern European Russia and Siberia has a subarctic climate, with extremely severe winters in the inner regions of Northeast Siberia (mostly the Sakha Republic, where the Northern Pole of Cold is located with the record low temperature of −71.2 °C/−96.2 °F), and more moderate elsewhere. The strip of land along the shore of the Arctic Ocean, as well as the Russian Arctic islands, have a polar climate. Throughout much of the territory there are only two distinct...

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Tea Industry

TEA INDUSTRY ADITYA REDDY.P 1226112201,SEC-B SUMMARY: Based on the consumption the total turnover of the tea industry in India is expected to rise to 33,000 crores by 2015 from 19,000 crores oing to increased production over the past to decades.In trading aspect india is an important tea exporter, accounting for around 12-13% of...

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Tea Industry

integration, it plants as well as process the tea 2. Very large installed capacity of tea factory of 1.5 million kg/annum 3. Operates its own wholesale outlets at Indore, Jaipur, Kanpur, Allahabad 4. Have a diversified portfolio of investments in various industries 5. Estates located in quality tea producing belts in Jorhat district in Assam Weakness 1. No technology has been imported from abroad and the company thus lacks operational efficiencies 2. The Industry is highly labour intensive. The wages...

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Synopsis on Tea Industry

SYNOPSIS On OVERVIEW ON TEA INDYSTRY (INDIA) Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of degree of BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINSTRATION (BBA) AMRAPALI INSTITTUTE (SESSION: 2009-2012) Under the guidance of Submitted By: Mrs. Ritu Tiwari Mohit Prasad Agrawal ...

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lipton marketeing

Product Name: Lipton Tea Table of Contents 1.0Introduction3 2.0Overview of Consumer Behavior Audit for Lipton tea3 2.1Market segmentation3 2.2Product positioning4 2.3Pricing4 2.4Distribution strategy5 2.5Promotion strategy5 2.6Product6 2.7Consumer satisfaction and commitment6 3.0Conclusion7 Reference List8 1.0 Introduction Lipton as one of Unilever’s brands established by Thompson Lipton in the UK is now the world’s largest tea brand regardless from reputation...

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Lipton case study

Brand fatigue The Tea market in Pakistan is showing a consistent decline for last several years. The trend seems universal as the sub-continent is facing a similar situation. Consequently the tea cartel in India has been visible on mass media through a category campaign in an effort to stymie the persistent fall. With a national market of 200,000 plus tons in 2012, the following broad break- up unveils the market dynamics. Branded Tea Un- branded Tea 115,000 90,000 Total 205,000 tons Unilever...

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Tea Industry, Pakistan

Tea Industry of Pakistan Pakistan, a country of tee-totallers due to the Islamic ban on alcohol, is one of the highest per capita consumers of tea in South Asia. Local tea importers speculate that this is due to a limited choice of beverages. Pakistan is the third largest tea importer in the world after Russia and the UK and consumes about 155 million kg of tea every year (of which about 130 million kg is imported).On average, each Pakistani consumes about a kilo of tea a year, a total of approximately...

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The Rwandan Tea Industry

Situation Analysis In 2003, Rwanda government wants to transform tea industry that produces in the country into global market. To face with global competitors, the government believes that the industry should develop diversification and value-added product to improve quality and productivity as well as maximize revenues so the government moves the industry into private investors to attract technology, management expertise and stimulate the country’s plantation to invest in a higher quality product...

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