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m Mahesh Deshkmukh --- 59

m Pooja Krishnan --- 33

m Vijayalaxmi Naickar --- 64

m Amit Gupta --- 01

m Prabir Ghosh --- 34


m Kellogg's was founded as
the Battle Creek Toasted
Corn Flake Company on
February 19, 1906, by
Will Keith Kellogg with
his brother John Harvey
Kellogg .
m Company was renamed
as Kellogg company in
1922.
m Vision and Mission statements define our focus upon
sustainable growth, our broadened definition of social
responsibility and the true strength of our company Ȃ our
people and our brands.
m In 1940, Kellogg provided packaged K-rations for the U.S.
armed forces .
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m In the Year 2000 Kellogg benefited from the acquisition of
health foods leader Kashi Company
m In 2006, Kellogg Company celebrated its 100th
Anniversary.
m In the year 2009 with sales of nearly $13 billion, Kellogg
Company is the worldǯs leading producer of cereal.
m Kelloggǯs India came as the 100% subsidiary of
Kelloggǯs company .
m Kelloggǯs India Head Quarters is located in Mumbai,
Powai Hiranandani.
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m In the 1920s Kellogg continued to expand into new
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Market segmentation segments your
potential customers from the whole
market by considering demographic,
psychographic, and behavioral
characteristics that distinguish your
potential customers from everyone
else.
m Initial trend followed for marketing was Mass
Marketing.
m Mass Marketing was engaged in mass production,
distribution and promotion.
m This created several problems which lead to micro
marketing.
m Market segmentation is known as Micromarketing.
m Segmentation divides the market into different levels
so that it can capture the market in efficient manner.
m Types of Market Segmentation are:

· Segment Marketing.

· Niche Marketing.

· Local Marketing.

· Individual Marketing.
m A Market segment consists of a group of customers
who share similar sets of needs and wants.
m Segment marketing offers key benefits over mass
marketing.
m Benefits like better design, price, disclose and deliver
the product or service in a better way.
m For Example, Automobile companies offer different
versions of the same model with different features.
m Airlines offering Business Class and Economic Class.
m Niche marketing divides a segment into sub segments.
m Customers have distinct set of needs.
m For Example, Crack Ointment from Paras
Pharmaceuticals is an example of Niche focus, where
company focus on females.
m TV channels like Aastha focus on religion, sports
channels focus on sports.
m Local Marketing leads to marketing programs tailored
to needs & wants of local customer groups.
m Local Marketing reflects a growing trend called
grassroots marketing.
m Banks have specialized branches that focus on
corporate customers.
m Movies are released are different marketing languages
for different group of peoples.
m The ultimate level of segmentation leads to Dzsegments
to onedz, Dzcustomized marketingdz or Dzone-to-one
marketingdz.
m Companies talk more on Individual initiative in
determining what and how to you.
m Consumers log onto the Internet and purchase the
product or services as per their requirement.
m Asian Paints allows consumers to choose the colors by
mixing desired colors of their choice.
m Different bases for Market Segmentation are:

· Geographic Segmentation.

· Demographic Segmentation.

· Psychographic Segmentation.

· Behavioral Segmentation.
m Geographic segmentation segments the market into
different geographical units such as:
· Nation
· States
· Region
· Countries
· Cities
· Neighborhoods
m One of major geographic segmentation variables for
marketers is the division of markets into rural & urban
areas.
m Parameters that differ from rural & urban markets are
literacy levels, income, spending power and availability of
infrastructure.
m In demographic segmentation market is divided into
groups on the basis of variables such as :
· Age
· Family size
· Gender
· Income
· Religion & social class
· Occupation
m It is often associated with consumer needs & wants.
m It is easy to measure.
m In Psychographic Segmentation the market is divided
into groups on basis of:
· Psychological/ Personal traits.
· Lifestyle
· Values
m Buyers with same demographic group can exhibit very
different psychographic profiles.
m Values & Lifestyles can affect product & brand choice
of customers.
m Religion has significant influence on values &
lifestyles.
m In Behavioral Segmentation the market is divided into
groups on basis of:
· Knowledge of Product
· Attitude towards Product
· Occasions
· User Status
· Usage Rate
m Individual consumers have different behavioral aspects
over different products & services.
m Individuals
m Shop Owners
m Geographic Segmentation:
· Cities
· Rural Areas
m Demographic Variables:
· Family Size
· Income
· Age Group
· Gender
· Occupation
m Psychographic Variables:
· Values
· Lifestyle
m Behavioral Variables:
· Knowledge of Product.
· Attitude towards product.
· Usage Rate