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  1. 1. PROJECT ENGLISH BISCUITS MANUFACTURER
  2. 2. GROUP MEMBERS  Shahzaib Palwala  M.Basit Ashraf  Bilal Ashfaq  Haseeb Ayub  Ibrahim Asim
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION  EBM found its roots in Peek Frean Pakistan Limited, established in Karachi. In 1966, Peek Freans Pakistan Limited restyled itself as English Biscuit Manufacturers (Private) Limited.  It was more than just production of packaged biscuits; in 1967, EBM began a revolution of quality, nutrition and flavor. EBM was on a mission to innovate: enter Saltish, Pakistan’s first, instantly popular cracker.  First biscuit company of super brands in Pakistan to which achieved ISO- 9001 certification in correspondence with its institutional slogan The Legend Leads.  Now it is the leading biscuits company in Pakistan with 55% market share.
  4. 4. FINAL PRESENTATION In the name of ALLAH ,most merciful, most beneficial
  5. 5. SEGMENTATION
  6. 6. BRANDS Verity of brands are offered by EBM which cater almost all the market segments they include :  Sooper  Rio  Glucose  Nan khatai  Butter puff  Sandwich  Chocolicious  Click  Saltish  Farmhouse cookies
  7. 7. HOW DO THEY SEGMENT  EBM segments its market in many different ways.  Their portfolio is divided into seven sub-segments these include; plain, sweet, cream, energy, crackers, value-added, zeera and premium.  Each brand is placed in its respective category based on the product type.  Each type of biscuit is segmented according to their class and taste.
  8. 8.  Sooper and Marie is part of the plain-sweet segment  RIO & Sandwiches in the cream  Gluco and whole wheat slices in the energy  Butterpuff and Saltish in crackers  Peanut pik, Peanut pista and Party in the value added range  Click is in the zeera segment  Farmhouse cookies is placed in the premium segment
  9. 9. TARGET SEGMENTATION  All consumers enjoy biscuits as a favorite snack irrespective of their age, gender, SEC strata etc, however their preferences on brands differ.  Young individuals would have a strong preference of sweet biscuits like Rio.  Individual in their mid-40’s would prefer a biscuit that is more savory such as Saltish.  Based on the preferences of each group, EBM has a wide portfolio of 14 brands each designed to cater the unique taste palettes of individuals from different groups. Each brand thus has a unique personality and image, which the TG can easily associate with.
  10. 10. FLAWS IN SEGMENTATION
  11. 11. FLAWS IN SEGMENTATION  Ebm has tried to target each and every segment  But a particular need of a segment not fulfilled  60 to 70 % of people eat cake rusks in breakfast  Therefore,no cake rusk biscuits introduced
  12. 12.  Another flaw is in the segmention for chocolate and lemon sandwich biscuits  Not properly advertised  Old age people eat less cream  Children and middle aged should have been targeted
  13. 13. BRAND TARGETING
  14. 14. BRAND TARGETING STRATEGIES Market targeting:  Evaluate potential and commercial attractiveness of each segments.  Select one or more segment.
  15. 15. PLAIN SWEET  Basicallay targets youth and adults.  Generates 50% of the firms revenue.  Best selling biscuit since 2007.  More than 20 million sooper cookies are consumed everday.  Sooper Hai Zindagi is its slogan. it is relevant across the board.  One of the problems with Sooper is that with its wide scope it is very difficult to hone in on a specific target group and this makes the creative brief very hard. You have to cater to rural, regional, urban and so on, and the second you try to please everyone, you cannot do justice to the brand  MARIE The queen of biscuits. Delighting its customers since 1968.
  16. 16. CREAM  RIO  It is the largest selling sandwich biscuit in pakistan.The brand is popular among childrens.  SANDWICHES  Lemon sandwich was launched in 1973.since then it has become an integral part of peak freans.
  17. 17. PREMIUM  FARMHOUSE: Targeting to differentiated marketing.Main targets on the basis of demographics(Income and life-cycle)stage.It is targeted to consumers who have daily income more than Rs1000. ENERGY  Gluco:part of EBM portfolio for more than 40 years.Mainly targeted to kids of age between 8 to 12.It is positioneed as energy rich biscuit.  WHOLE WHEAT SLICES : Peek Freans Whole Wheat Slices, with their high fiber content, help keep you active and healthy throughout the day. These light, crunchy biscuits are not just a great-tasting snack, they also provide amazing health benefits; Whole Wheat Slices help reduce cholesterol, control weight and regulate the digestive system.
  18. 18.  NAN KHATAI: English Biscuit Manufactures (EBM) and Continental Biscuits Limited (CBL) have ventured into a niche market segment — re-branding traditional recipes.It is positioned as ,”warm afternoons of your childhood”.  CHOCOLATE  CHOCOLICIOUS:It targets the consumers group of kids and teens.  CRACKERS  BUTTERPUFF :Attracts a mature and modern customer.  SALTISH:It remains peak freans classic since 1972.
  19. 19. CLICK:launched in 1984,It is the first biscuit by peak freans with a touch of cumming seed in it.  VALUE ADDED PRODUCTS  PEANUT PIK:Its main aim was to penetrate in market.firstly consumed by toddlers and childrens and after that adults also start consuming it.  PEANUT PISTA :The combination of delectable peanuts and Pistachios is being loved by the consumers since 1983.  PARTY:Delivering the delicious dried fruit in a biscuit since 1989
  20. 20. BRAND POSITIONING  Focus on hygiene  Certificates such as ISO:2001 further provide proof of hygiene and quality which is promised  Peek Freans pied piper logo continues to be the trademark of the company  Variety of options in taste and texture

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