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ABHISHEK KAUSHIK GOGADA KISHORE KHELINI RADHIKA PAPANI MADHUSMITHA BURMAN SUNCHU SRIDHAR 091201 091220 091224 091227 091254 1CONSUMER: CONSUMER An individual who buys products or services for personal use and not for manufacture or resale. A consumer is someone who can make the decision whether or not to purchase an item at the store, and someone who can be influenced by marketing and advertisements. Whenever someone goes to a store and purchases a toy, shirt, beverage, or anything else, they are making that decision as a consumer. 2 TRADITIONAL MODERN: TRADITIONAL MODERN Single Income. Less disposable Income Less available options. Lack of awareness. Prefer to Save. Family shopping Functional Traditional meals Dual Income. More disposable Income. Plenty of options. Sound Knowledge. Prefer to Spend. Individual or with friends Lifestyle Indianized Mc Donald 3WHY THE DIFFERENCE ? ? ?: WHY THE DIFFERENCE ? ? ? Economic Transition is on: GDP Growth & Per Capita income are growing. Rich are getting richer. The BPL is not going down. Consumption is increasing. Shift in attitude in spending: More Spending Power From Need based to Choice based. 4Cont..: Cont.. Cultural Transition is on: Retain the core but flexible to Change. Amalgamation of New & Old. Social Transition: Education Urbanization Nuclear Family Women Employment. Influence of TV (Cable, Satellite) Lifestyle awareness Aspirations 500 Million People - Viewership 5Cont..: Cont.. IT/Technology Influence Touches the lives of 75 % Indians. Religious Diversity: 7 Religions. Subcultures having their own traditions. Language Diversity: 23 as per the Constitution of India. Every 200 KM own dialect. Difficult to span across India. 6Slide 7: Unorganized to Organized Average super market is exposed to 17,000 products in a shopping visit lasting 30 min – 60% of purchases are unplanned Major shift in shopping pattern from kirana , pop-mom stores to big retail stores. 7Presently :: Presently : From Merely Price to Benefit/Effort (Price +Time + Convenience) For the same amount of grocery shopping… consumers are spending 20 % less time For the same amount of eating out spends, consumers are spending about 50 % less time Saving time is more important than saving a few Rupees - 51% I’d rather have more time than money - 47% I like to shop, but do not have time - 47% I shop closest to my home/office - 59 % Source : Consumer Outlook For the same amount of grocery shopping… consumers are spending 20 % less time For the same amount of eating out spends, consumers are spending about 50 % less time Saving time is more important than saving a few Rupees - 51% I’d rather have more time than money - 47% I shop closest to my home/office - 59 % 8SEGMENTS: SEGMENTS India has various consuming classes The young and the restless Teen Riches, Dudes & Dudettes. Call Centre Boomers. The Bold and bountiful The Yeppies.(Young Entrepreneurial Professionals) The Yippies. (Young International Professionals) The Raffles. (Rural Affluent Farm-Folk) The golden Folks in High Spirits 9 The Young & Restless : The Young & Restless India has the youngest population profile in different income segments and locations, who are influencing their parents’ spending. Some of them are also beginning to earn money through part-time for full-time jobs, arising out of opportunities that did not exist earlier. 10Teen Riches, Dudes & Dudettes : Teen Riches, Dudes & Dudettes This group mainly comprises young people who are from relatively affluent families. eating out, movies and occasional clubbing are an integral part of their lifestyle. Dress is invariably modern, and attire must be changed frequently 11Call Centre Boomers : Call Centre Boomers Formerly located mainly in the IT-savvy cities, call centers and other ITcenters are spreading to other cities and towns as well. Populated largely by youngsters out of school or college, drawing in their first incomes, and at levels unheard of earlier 12The Bold and The Bountiful : The Bold and The Bountiful The Yeppies (Young Entrepreneurial Professionals): entrepreneurs who have made it after the good liberalization The Yippies (Young International Professionals): work with multi-national companies, who are based in India but travel extensively The Raffles (Rural Affluent Farm-Folk) the farmer with tax-free income spend on a wider choice of products 13The Golden Folks in High Spirits : The Golden Folks in High Spirits The retired folk, with kids who are married and living in their nuclear families, or even out of the country. Several of them have led fairly good lifestyles, and have the means to continue to do so. 14Slide 15: 15Slide 16: 16Slide 17: 17Slide 18: 18Slide 19: 19Slide 20: 20Slide 21: 21Slide 22: 22Slide 23: 23Slide 24: 24Slide 25: RETAIL OUTLETS 25Slide 26: EVENTS 26Slide 27: EATING HABITS 27CONCLUSION: CONCLUSION To understand how consumers actually make buying decisions, marketers must identify who makes and has input into the buying decision. People can be initiators, influencers, deciders, buyers, or users. Different marketing campaigns might be targeted to each type of person. There is drastic change in the buying pattern and the behavior of the consumer from the past till now. 28Slide 29: Thank you… 29 You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.