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Case study on LG’s
Life good
LG IN INDIA: A JOURNEY FROM
HAVING NO LIFE TO LIFE’S GOOD:
 LG Electronics India Limited (LGEIL) is a
wholly owned subsid...
Cont….
 As per the MD of LG the Indian consumers are
complex, so to force long term relationships with
them the companies...
Face Challenges by LG’s
The challenges faced by LG when it entered the
Market:
 Low brand awareness about LG in India.
 ...
Cont….
LGEIL overcame all challenges by using
innovative marketing strategies, specifically
planned for Indian markets.
 ...
Cont….
 LG brought in four captains of the Indian cricket
team to endorse its products.
 LG invested more than USS 8 mil...
Local and efficient manufacturing
to reduce cost
To overcome high import duties, LG
manufactures PC monitors and refrigera...
Product localization
Product localization is a key strategy used by
LG:
 LG came out with localized products like CTVs
wh...
Regional channel strategy
and wide distribution network
LG has adopted the regional distribution model in India.
All the d...
R&D potential
 LG has set up research and development facilities
in India at Bangalore.
 It is in the process of setting...
Future plans
 LG is also planning to invest over US$ 208
million in India over the next three years to
expand the busines...
Thank you
Case study on LG (Life Good)
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Case study on LG (Life Good)

  1. 1. Case study on LG’s Life good
  2. 2. LG IN INDIA: A JOURNEY FROM HAVING NO LIFE TO LIFE’S GOOD:  LG Electronics India Limited (LGEIL) is a wholly owned subsidiary of LG Electronics, South Korea, Established in 1997.  The company’s focus on growth in Indian market.  LG is the market leader in various segments like color TVs, microwave ovens, frost-free refrigerators, washing machines and air- conditioners, with market shares of 26.2 per cent, 41.2 per cent, 37.9 per cent, 34.1 per cent and 34 per cent respectively.
  3. 3. Cont….  As per the MD of LG the Indian consumers are complex, so to force long term relationships with them the companies must make long term commitments and investments to understand them to be successful.
  4. 4. Face Challenges by LG’s The challenges faced by LG when it entered the Market:  Low brand awareness about LG in India.  One of the MNC’s to enter India. (Samsung, Sony & Panasonic entered in 1995 & LG in 1997.)  High import duty.  Competition from local players and other multinational companies in the consumer electronics segment  Price sensitiveness of Indian consumers.
  5. 5. Cont…. LGEIL overcame all challenges by using innovative marketing strategies, specifically planned for Indian markets.  Launch of new technologies in consumer electronics and home appliances.  LG was the first brand to enter cricket in a big way, by sponsoring the World Cup in the year 1999 and 2003.
  6. 6. Cont….  LG brought in four captains of the Indian cricket team to endorse its products.  LG invested more than USS 8 million on advertising and marketing in this sport.  LG has differentiated its products using technology and health benefits. The CTV range has ‘Golden Eye’ technology, air-conditioners have the ‘Health Air System’ and microwave ovens have the ‘Health Wave System’
  7. 7. Local and efficient manufacturing to reduce cost To overcome high import duties, LG manufactures PC monitors and refrigerators in India at its manufacturing facility at Noida, Delhi.  LGEIL used the technique of contract manufacturing at Mohali, Kolkata and Bhopal for CTVs. This has helped LGEI to reduce costs.  LGEIL is implementing a “digital manufacturing system” (DMS) as a cost-cutting innovation.
  8. 8. Product localization Product localization is a key strategy used by LG:  LG came out with localized products like CTVs which had Hindi and regional language.  For the price conscious customers it introduced low priced “Cineplus” and “Sampoorna” range for the rural markets.
  9. 9. Regional channel strategy and wide distribution network LG has adopted the regional distribution model in India. All the distributors work directly with the company.  LG also follows the strategy of stock rotation, rather than dumping stocks on channel partners.  LG has over 46 branch offices and another 110 area offices across the country.  LG had set a target of developing 2,000 dealers in 2004, in addition to the existing 3,000 dealers all over India.
  10. 10. R&D potential  LG has set up research and development facilities in India at Bangalore.  It is in the process of setting up another at Pune.  Both the units carry out R&D work for the domestic market as well as for the parent company.  It also does customized R&D for specific countries to which it exports products.
  11. 11. Future plans  LG is also planning to invest over US$ 208 million in India over the next three years to expand the business.  Mobile software development is also on LG’s agenda.  LG has partnered with various local websites like rediff.com, indiatimes.com,and indiaplaza.com.
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