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Submitted for the partial fulfillment of the Fourth Semester project training For The Degree of Master in Business Administration 2008-2010

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The project has been done on REPOSITIONING AT DABUR INDIA LTD. To understand the Repositioning pattern of Dabur and to develop & exchange new ideas that generates a new outlook in this perspective. Acknowledgment is not merely a formality. It is an expression of deep sense of gratitude and cumulative appreciation towards all the people who have directly and indirectly helped me to come up with this final project report. I am highly obliged to the valuable guidance of my faculty guide Ms. Yogita Sharma who had helped me in the preparation of this whole project. On the spur of the moment however, I pay my heartiest gratitude to all my faculty members for having shared their precious time for me to prosecute this project work as part of my management traineeship program. So I am heartily obliged to all these persons who gave me their precious time & made available useful data, guideline & direction at the right time to complete this study on the Repositioning At Dabur

This study on Repositioning At Dabur is intended to understand the awareness among the Consumers regarding the Dabur products and services. It is a nature of all human beings that they want unlimited variety in all the fields either in products or in requirements. All businesses are engaged in this field to fulfill the requirements of its consumers. So this project focuses on several key points such as how to analyze the market competitors, how an organization can create awareness regarding the products among the consumers, how to develop strategies to increase the sales, and, how to manage & handle the consumers considering their requirement & demands and thus formulate effective marketing programs. The study also delights the position of its products in the market not only in India but also in other part of foreign markets. In the present scenario & in the age of industrial revolution it is rightly said that the consumer is the king.

Dedication This Project Report is dedicated to my parents & uncle who have always helped me and recognized my efforts with love and appreciation .I owe to them a deep sense of gratitude and respect and without whom this endeavor would have been fruitless .Last but not the least to all those persons of my yester-years who have shaped my personality and confidence to carry the project successfully.

Introduction about Dabur India Ltd.

Dabur India Limited has marked its presence with some very significant achievements and today commands a market leadership status. Our story of success is based on dedication to nature, corporate and process hygiene, dynamic leadership and commitment to our partners and stakeholders. The results of our policies and Leading consumer goods company in India with 4th largest turnover of Rs.1329 Crore (FY02). 2 major strategic business units (SBU) Consumer Care Division (CCD) and Consumer Health Division (CHD) . 3 Subsidiary Group companies - Dabur Foods, Dabur Nepal and Dabur International and 3 step down subsidiaries of Dabur International - Asian Consumer Care in Bangladesh, African Consumer Care in Nigeria and Dabur Egypt. 13 ultra-modern manufacturing units spread around the globe, Products marketed in over 50 countries . Wide and deep market penetration with 47 C&F agents, more than 5000 distributors and over 1.5 million retail outlets all over India.

CCD, dealing with FMCG Products relating to Personal Care and Health Care. Leading brands. Dabur - The Health Care Brand Vatika-Personal Care Brand Anmol- Value for Money Brand Hajmola- Tasty Digestive Bran and Dabur Amla, Chyawanprash and Lal Dant Manjan with Rs.100 crore turnover each ,Vatika Hair Oil & Shampoo the high growth brand Strategic positioning of Honey as food product, leading to market leadership (over 40%) in branded honey market Dabur Chyawanprash the largest selling Ayurvedic medicine with over 65% market share. Leader in herbal digestive with 90% market share Hajmola tablets in command with 75% market share of digestive tablets category Dabur Lal Tail tops baby massage oil market with 35% of total share d. CHD (Consumer Health Division), dealing with classical Ayurvedic medicines Has more than 250 products sold through prescriptions as well as over the counter. Dabur (Consolidated) net profit up 46.5 per cent, turnover up 24.3 per cent during nine-month period Board approves merger of Balsara subsidiaries in Dabur India as part of integration The Board of Dabur India Limited met here today to consider the un-audited financial results of the company for the quarter and nine month period ended December 31, 2005. The Board also considered the

merger of Balsara in Dabur India, as part its integration, in its meeting today. Financials

Dabur (Consolidated) results

Dabur Consolidated, which includes financials of Dabur India and its subsidiaries Dabur Foods, Dabur International (and its step down subsidiaries), Dabur Nepal and Balsara recorded a growth of 46.5 per cent in net profit, up from Rs 112.09 crore to Rs 164.22 crore, during the nine-month period ended December 31, 2005. The sales, during the same period surged by 24.3 per cent, up from Rs 1142 crore to Rs 1419.64 crore. During the quarter, the consolidated business posted a growth of 37.6 per cent in its net profit, up from Rs 47.22 crore to Rs 64.94 crore, on a turnover that increased by 26 per cent from Rs 426.6 crore to Rs 537.40 crore. International business, Foods, and Balsara turnaround recorded significant gains on a consolidated basis. Food business, led by Real franchise, recorded a growth of 48.4 per cent while the International business (including Balsara exports), consolidated under Dabur International, recorded a growth of 40 per cent. Balsara turnaround also played a key role in driving profitability on a consolidated basis said Sunil Duggal, CEO, Dabur India.

Dabur India results

Dabur India which includes the Consumer Care Business and Consumer Health business - posted a growth of 30 per cent in its net profit, up from Rs 106.79 crore to Rs 138.86 crore, during the nine month period. The turnover, during the same period, registered a growth of 8.5 per cent, up from Rs 955.95 crore to Rs 1036.99 crore. During the third quarter, the company recorded a growth of 34.4 per cent in its net profit, up from Rs 43.13 crore to Rs 57.97 crore, on a turnover that increased by 10.3 per cent, up from Rs 367.13 crore to Rs 404.84 crore. Health Supplement, Digestives and Hair care businesses recorded good growth despite competitive pressures. The Consumer health business, comprising traditional Ayurvedic medicines business, posted a growth of 31.3 per cent during the nine-month period. We were able to turnaround the Chyawanprash category with aggressive marketing efforts and launch of new variant Chyawanshakti - that got good consumer response in its initial launch phase. Our efforts in South India are gaining momentum. We would continue our efforts to aggressively drive growth in future as well, said Mr. Duggal.

Balsara Merger
The Board also approved the merger of three Balsara companies Besta Cosmetics, Balsara Hygiene Products and Balsara Home Products into Dabur India. While the legal formalities for the merger are expected to be completed by September this year the merger would be effective from April 1, 2006. Dabur India, last year, had acquired the entire promoter stake in three Balsara companies - 99.4 per cent in Balsara Hygiene Products; 100 per cent in Balsara Home Products; and 97.9 per cent of the shareholding in Besta Cosmetics Limited for Rs 140 crore and these companies were absorbed as subsidiaries in Dabur India as part of integration. The operations of these entities have already been integrated with DIL but to derive further benefit of the acquisition by way of a more efficient corporate structure, it has now decided to legally integrate the Balsara entities with Dabur India said P D Narang, Group Director, Dabur India. With this decision to merge, all Balsara brands - like Promise, Babool, & Meswak in Oral Care; Odomos in mosquito repellents; Odonil, Odopic in Household products - its offices and manufacturing facilities in Silvasa, Kanpur, Baddi will now be rolled into Dabur India.

Major categories in traditional formulations include:

- Asav Arishtas - Ras Rasayanas - Churnas - Medicated Oils

Proprietary Ayurvedic medicines developed by Dabur include:

- Nature Care Isabgol - Madhuvaani - Trifgol Division also works for promotion of Ayurveda through organised community of traditional practitioners and developing fresh batches of students

Objective of the project (study)

This project study has followings objectives:1. To find out what makes the company go for individual branding :-

The company goes through this strategic intent for individual branding Focus on growing our core brands across categories, reaching out to new geographies, within and outside India, and improve operational efficiencies by leveraging technology. Be the preferred company to meet the health and personal grooming needs of our target consumers with safe, efficacious, natural solutions by synthesizing our deep knowledge of ayurveda and herbs with modern science. Provide our consumers with innovative products within easy reach.

2.To understand the strategies adopted by the company to change its core platform.
Build a platform to enable Dabur to become a global ayurvedic leader Be a professionally managed employer of choice, attracting, developing and retaining quality personnel Provide superior returns, relative to our peer group, to our shareholders.

3.To understand how confusion about a brand sets in the mind of consumer because of the same brand name for diversification into different areas.
Be responsible citizens with a commitment to environmental protection Consumer Focus: We have superior understanding of consumer needs and develop products to fulfill them better.

4. To understand and analyze how brand is repositioned.

Continuous innovation in products & processes is the basis of our success People are most important asset. The company ads value through result driven training, and it encourage & reward excellence.

Limitations:There are some limitations of this Project study: -

1. The study only focuses on the repositioning strategies of dabur 2. It has been done only on the few Research methods for instance :Universe and survey population and Profile of the company etc. 3. The project has been done in short period of time i.e why there is only a brief, further aspects like Sales promotion, Advertising etc could not be study and analysis has been done about Consumer Behavior. 4. Some limitations are also attributed to the lack of cooperation from some consumers included because of time factor.

This Project has a great scope of providing a comprehensive exposure pertaining to Repositioning the brand & related strategies being adopted by a company. In todays world of globalization where corporations are thinking beyond domestic boundaries, this project makes an effort to understand the need & relevance of International Markets and proclamation of a brand, which offers a product portfolio of global competence

- It studies the companys operations and its expertise in the

- It explains us how a company has to manage its product

portfolio to command expertise of global competence

- It gives us a comprehensive insight of how a company moved

away from an umbrella branding strategy and went in for individual branding.

- It helps in understanding the Daburs product selling and as well

as different marketing strategy.

- The study also explains that what types of products and services
provided by the dabur.

Research Methodology
Research methodology adopted lays the foundation ,build database & furnish information for analysis in order to accomplish to objectives of the research. The methodology adopts involves various section as follows. a. b. c. d. e. Universe & survey population Profile of the Organization. Sampling design. Data collection & its methods. Tabulation & Analysis.

Universe $ survey population

A target population is the population outlined in the survey objects about which information is to be sought and a survey population is the population from which information can be obtained in the survey. In this context only some targeted people have been asked about the daburs products and services. For administrative records the corresponding populations are: the target population as defined by the relevant legislation and regulations, and the actual client population in the survey of population natural and familiar language has been used.

Profile of the organization.

Dabur India Ltd. The groups Principal activity is to manufacture health care , personal care and food products. The group operates in three major segment s: FMCG, fod and other products include heath supplement , digestive , baby care , here care , skin care and oral care products. The major brand of the group includes Dabur, Vatika, Hajmola, Anmol and real. On 01-Apr-2005, the group acquired Balsara Home Products Limited.

Sampling design
Sampling design is an important part of research methodology. Here the study was conducted at different locality in the market regarding the product of Dabur. Keeping in mind the size of universe & the constraints of time a sample was selected from the universe.

Data Collection & its Methods

The data collection is the part of study through which we can arrive at the conclusion and can have answer for the findings. Data are collected by many methods e.g. questionnaire, consumer survey (contact) and by interview method. The success of research to a great extent depends upon the method of data collection.If the data collected is poor and inadequate the results can be deviously poor and accurate and ambiguous. I found the questionnaire method appropriate & effective for my purpose. The questionnaire was prepared for the respondent. In case of all the respondents, personal interview technique was adopted & responses were jotted down while interviewing. The face-to face conversation was very effective for conducting the survey.

Tabulation Analysis & Interpretation

After collecting the data, first the collected data was tabulated & listed-this was done to make the survey correct & meaningful. The data was interpreted & analyzed to give the result.

Methodology of the project study

Using the method of questionnaire, observation methods and experiments by population makes the whole project. The method of communication are many and there are various ways of classifying them.or instance they may be classified by their degree of structure and their degree of disguise and by the method of communication. These categories may include structured undisguised, structured disguised, unstructured undisguised, unstructured disguised questionnaires. using the universe and survey

Methods of Primary Data Collection:

Primary data can be collected in marketing in three basic ways: 1. 2. 3. Surveys. Observation. Experiments.

Here I have selected surveys for data collection.

Survey is most commonly used for primary data collection in marketing research. This is widely used because of its extreme flexibility. Surveys research is the systematic gathering of data from respondents through questionnaires and schedule survey can be under 3 different ways: 1. 2. Personal Interview. Mail Questionnaires . Here I have selected Personal Interview for my survey in Dabur. I am using schedule for Personal interview. An interview schedule is technically a list of questions that will be asked to respondent in person by interview schedule will contain definite questions to be asked, but the interviewer may be allowed to reward or rearrange the questions according to situation.

Sample size:
I have taken 200 consumers i.e. (Random survey), 10 institutions and 20 Hotels in Gaya city.

Data Collection
There are two types of data were collected: 1 Primary data. 2 Secondary data. Primary data were collected through structured of questionnaires by concerning the people (customer). And primary data were also collected by the trend of shopkeepers those who sale its product. Secondary data were collected from internal records & employees of the organization.


Define the Problem

Estimate the value of the information to be provided by the research

Select the measurement Technique Select the Sample

Select the analytical approach

Evaluate the ethics of the research

Prepare the research proposal



. The organization has chairman who is associated by the Board of Directors. The organization is headed managing director next after the General Manager. There are six major departments & these are. Personnel, Production. Procurement, Production & Marketing. Finance, Marketing, Purchase, Procurement &

Formulation of the problem

Dabur is the brand name in the field of FMCG products manufacturing. It is faithful and gives the satisfaction to its consumer. But certain problems in the distribution of this strong branded DABURs are often witnessed. It is found during survey that consumers at times faced so many inconveniences due to unfair market practices or due to ignorance of the consumer over the pricing and availability of different milk products. The earlier reports & present reports show that consumer always raise the demand for home delivery system & doorstep supplies. This accounted for their convenience and also to increase sales of Dabur Chaiwan prash in particular. Considering the possible aspects of the Dabur production and distribution this study tried to formulate ways and means to analyze the strategy for creating the awareness among the people about the consumption pattern Dabur products This project was mainly centered to see the extent of the positive aspect of Awareness & Consumption study pattern.

Product profile
Dabur has the different segment of products
Dabur Health Care Product Range. Dabur's Health Care range brings for you a wide selection of herbal products, to provide complete care for varying individual needs. We derive our products from the time-tested heritage of Ayurveda, backed by the most modern scientific test and trials.

Healt suppliment
1)Dabur Chyawanprash

2) Dabur Chyawanshakti 3)Glucose D-[Baby Care] 4) Dabur Lal tail 5)Dabur Baby olive oil 6)Dabur Janma Ghunti

Personal Care
Dabur presents its range of herbal personal care products, created to make you look and feel good deep down. Bringing together the gentle touch of nature and Ayurvedas wisdom. Backed by the unfailing quality of Dabur Products. For nearly a 100 years, Dabur has specialised in developing and producing herbal Ayurvedic formulations. Today Dabur's Ayurvedic Specialities has over 260 medicines for treating a range of ailments and body conditions - from common cold to chronic paralysis. This range is handled by Dabur Ayurvedic Specialties Limited division, which constitutes 8% in Dabur's total revenue of Rs.1536.95 crore

Dabur International Product Range

Dabur India Limited is a leader in manufacturing and marketing herbal, nature-based products, marked with quality and trust gained through more than 100 years of experience. Today Daburs products are available for people in more than 50 countries across the world, helping them move towards a healthy, natural and holistic lifestyle. Our products are available in the markets of the Middle East, South-East Asia, Africa, the European Union and America.


The customer places their order to their retailers and retailer places their orders to their areas of dealer and then at last the order in placed with the marketing department by the dealers. So in this way the dairy distributes the products to its retailer and consumer gets the milk according to their requirement & demand. The products are sold mainly from the retailer counters. There are regular demands of the different products. Therefore the strategy of delivering these products also to the consumers on a regular basis may have also taken into account. The demand of Dabur Chyawanshakti- is more in winter. Consumption of glucose D, is more in summer and is also prescribed by the doctors.

There are few competitors of dabur in the market place in domestic and as well as foreign market like: -HLL (Hundustan Liver Limited), Procter & gamble, Amway, and oriflamme etc . But despite of these competitors the company has good market shares, and it is growing by leaps and bound in other corner of the world ( in global ) market , because it has large product segments and good marketing channels to distribute the products and it services not only in urban but also in rural areas. Its products are affordable by any earning group of consumers .

Consumer Survey
The main objectives behind the consumer contact are to understand awareness, to inform and to provide the education to consumers regarding the products and services. The consumers were contacted to estimate the number of consumers who might be interested in purchasing the milk and other products. The marketing department of the dairy has found that consumer contact is the main strategy adopted to understand consumers awareness and consumption level of consumers in a given market.

Black Market
Instead of delivering the products to regular customer the retailers used to sell the products to others at a higher price. This practice became more common when the demand for products rises. Owing to all the above mentioned problems raised by consumers there was increasing demand from the consumers side for an efficient Home delivery system. Therefore some strategies for the modified HDS. needed to be formulated keeping consumers satisfaction at the forefront.

To Reduce Black Marketing.

Indenting the products by the loyal & regular consumer from the retailers counters sometimes became difficult( particularly at the time of temporary hike in demand of Daburs products) due to certain reason unsociable elements create obstructions and black marketing by interfering in the smooth supply of products for their vested interests. Hence any effort to ensure smooth & regular supply of products at the doorstep of the consumer would definitely help in the gradual increase of sales of sale.

Way to reduce the Black Marketing & create the awareness among consumers
1. 2. 3. suggestions. 4. 5. 6. 7. Check out the demand & requirement of market & as well as consumers. By providing proper education to the retailer, dealers & consumer regarding the milk & other products. Maintain full stock to the retailer of the products. Keep an attention on Consumers preferences about the areas where the milk and products are purchase & sold at low or high demand. Consumers should be contacted from time to time. Investigating that the retailers duties are carried out in a Listening to the consumers and implementing their

constructive manner.

The promotional strategy adopted by DABUR are as follows:1. Hoarding

2. Glow Sign boards 3. Wall Shop painting 4. Press advertisement


5.Providing Templates. 6 Electronic Media advertisement etc. The dairy has adopted almost all these activities, which directly or

indirectly or by other means are helping to increase the sales of DABURs products. Advertising and publicity have simulated consumers purchasing capacity and dealers effectiveness.

Retailers Grievances about Liquid products.

1. 2. 3. 4 Some times they find defect in packaging of product that creates problem in selling activities. Low margin offered to retailers. Regularity in distribution timings. some tomes retailer get linkage problem in liquid products.

Consumer perception about liquid products.

1. 2. 6

Inconsistent quality of products. Frequent price revision. Some of its products are costly than other companys

3. products.

Marketing Strategies of Dabur for different Products.

Brand Management Strategy of Dabur Vatika * Abstract
The caselet provides an overview of brand management strategy adopted by Dabur for its personal care brand Dabur Vatika. The caselet follows the meticulous brand building initiatives taken by the company, from the launch of Dabur Vatika in 1995 to it becoming a Rs 1 bn. brand by 2003. The caselet also examines the objectives and elements that were involved in Vatika's brand building exercise.

Brand management strategies Product differentiation Packaging as a marketing communication tool Importance of choosing the right celebrity and its influence on the brand equity Brand extensions and communication strategy

Key words:
Dabur, Vatika, Value-Added Hair Oils Segment, Brand Building, Packaging, Positioning, Premium Pricing Parachute, Marico, All Clear, Head and Shoulders, Anti-dandruff shampoo and IRS Household Data.

Questions for Discussion:

1. Dabur Vatika, one of the youngest brands in the country (launched in

1995), has become a leading brand in the natural personal care product segment. What were the factors that enabled Vatika to become a flagship brand of Dabur in such a short span of time? 2.Marketing communications play an important role in building brands. Discuss the role played by marketing communications in making Dabur Vatika a successful brand.

Dabur to join shampoo price wars To launch onerupee sachet to drive volumes.
HE Rs 1,100-crore shampoo market is again in a churn. Nearly four months after the first price cuts were announced by Hindustan Lever and Procter & Gamble, Dabur India Ltd has decided to cut Vatika shampoo prices by 20 per cent from next month besides launching the brand in one-rupee sachets to gain volumes. Not to be left behind, LG Care has unveiled smaller SKUs (stock keeping units) beginning with the 60 ml pack size priced at Rs 39. The company has also indicated that it will introduce shampoo in sachets over the next few months.

P&G has taken the celebrity endorsement route by signing on Bollywood actress Preity Zinta to endorse `Head & Shoulders'. Asked whether the decision to slash prices of Vatika shampoo has been taken in response to competitive pressures, the CEO of Dabur India Ltd, Mr Sunil Duggal, told Business Line: "The decision to cut prices was carefully planned, taking into account the competitive landscape, product costing and our own brand strategy". He said after prices are reduced next month, 100 ml Vatika at Rs 38 would be comparable to the same pack size for HLL's Sunsilk. On why the company has decided to enter the one-rupee sachet segment, he said this was being done to gain deeper penetration in rural markets. "We expect volumes to double in the rural market.'' The company is eyeing 20 per cent volume growth due to the price correction even when it has decided against any price correction in the Anmol shampoo brand. LG Care's Associate Vice-President (Marketing and Sales Planning), Mr K.V. Augustine, said the company will review its pricing initiatives in the next three months. "However, we will continue to introduce smaller SKUs in different products to gain volumes and initiate trials. We are also working on launching shampoo sachets." Ruling out any further price corrections, analyst with SSKI Securities, Mr Nikhil Vora said despite price cuts shampoos are unlikely to witness any significant value growth over the next few quarters. "Already, there is a mismatch between volume and value growth. HLL witnessed volume growth of 40 per cent in the quarter ended June 2004 but value growth was a mere 2 per cent. Dabur's price initiative is clearly a reaction since it failed to gain incremental market share," he said.

An HLL spokesperson said the cornerstones of its pricing strategy have been bottle price reduction, value improvement of sachets and driving new price points. He said the company's value market share fell to 49.4 per cent in the last quarter from 51.3 per cent in the March quarter because of pricing decisions. Clearly, companies are looking at sustained volume growth at the cost of value in the long run in shampoos.

Dabur plans foray into fruit candy market.

Dabur India plans to enter the fruit-based, deposit candy market through its Hajmola brand, industry sources told Business Line. According to sources, the fruit-based, deposit candy range will be rolled out under the umbrella brand name of Hajmola, and is expected to be pitted directly against existing confectionery brands from Perfetti Van Melle, Hindustan Lever, ITC, Joyco and Nestle. When contacted by Business Line, Mr D. Garg, Marketing Head, Dabur India, said, "We are evaluating some options but nothing has been finalised till now." The move assumes significance because it will mark Dabur India's maiden entry within the deposit candy segment. It is not clear whether Hajmola fruit-based deposit candies will be positioned on the umbrella brand's digestive positioning, or will be promoted on the conventional candy platform. According to sources, the fruit candy is likely to be introduced in three flavours.

While Perfetti Van Melle, Joyco and Nestle have a comprehensive basket of confectionery brands, HLL muscled its way into this market two years ago, with the introduction of Max hard-boiled candy. ITC's confectionery portfolio includes the brands Candyman, and Minto which it had acquired from Candico. Hajmola is a core brand under Dabur India's health-care segment, and occupies three-fourths share of the digestive tablets segment. Hajmola candy, on the other hand, has a market share of about nine per cent share of the Rs 350-crore hard-boiled candy market. While the original Hajmola tablet is about three decades old, the brand was introduced in candy format in single-unit pillow packs in 1989. The brand was extended to other candy variants subsequently. While the candy format is targeted at kids, the digestive tablets address all age groups. Hajmola is among Dabur India's top performing five brands, the others being Chyawanprash, Dabur Amla hair oil, Vatika and Lal Dant Manjan. The domestic confectionery market is loosely divided into seven categories - hard boiled candies, toffees, eclairs, chewing gum, bubble gum, mints and lozenges. Hard-boiled candies occupy the largest share of this market.

Material may be though of as an interrogated functioning of the different sections of the company dealing with the supply of the material and other related activities so as to obtain maximum co-ordination and optimum expenditure on materials. Material management involves controlling the type, amount, location, environment, timing purchase of various materials etc. used in industrial concerned.


1. 2. To minimized the material cost. To procure and provide materials of desired quality when required, at the lowest possible overall cost of the concern. 3. To trace new sources of supply and to develop cordial relation with them in order to ensure continuous material supply at reasonable rates. 4. To cut down costs through simplification, standardization value analysis, import substitution etc. 5. To train personnel in the field of material management in order to increase operational efficiency. 6. To purchase or procure, receive transport and store material efficiently to reduce related costs


The purchasing / procuring department occupies a vital and unique position in the union of any industrial concern, because purchasing is one of the main function in the success of modern manufacturing concern. Hence this department has a good position. The function is liaison agencies which operates between union and outside formers on raw milk of procurement or purchasing.

The main objectives of purchase department are : 1. 2. 3. 4. To procure raw material. To procure material in right quality and quantity. To procure from right and reliable sources of vendors. To procure economically, i.e. at right and reasonable price.

To receive and delivery material at right place and time.

During Survey I have been found out the following aspects:_
1. 2. 3. 4. Everyone wants to consume pure, fresh and good Leakage is the major problem in selling activities for In the time of survey mostly people gave positive response regarding its quality. Mostly literate people prefer to take the Daburs products due to its purity, perfectness in quantity & quality. 5. Middle & Low-income group of people also give the preference for Dabur in the comparison with other brands/alternatives because of its good qulaity. 6. people . 7. 8. In winter seasons chaywanprash is more proffered than other brands (mainly the competition is from Baidhnath. It has also found that most of the customers show their concern for a reliable Home delivery (door to door) service that is presently not available. 10. Despite the people have other sources & availability of others brands of products, they also prefer daburs products, because of these reasons:Availability of products especially in urban areas In summer season glucose-D is more proffered by the hygienic products, in both perfect quality & quantity. the retailers..

12. have

During the survey it has been that the all level of people want to a deep knowledge regarding the its related products.


Regarding the retailing the liquid product like oil , the retailer has

to say that there is leakage problem in the milk packaging .Due to this problem the retailers have to suffer losses in selling these products. Regarding the other product the retailer has to say that the products are being more exploring. Then the problem of product availability can also be removed. The company collects data regarding the consumer perception by using the sample survey, consumer meetings, methods of questionnaire etc. The company is also trying to open the outlets where there is lack of these types of products and people have the need of these products. The company also provide the education to its workers regarding the manufacturing & selling the products for this it organizes the seminars for its retailers, distributors and the consumers from time to time.

SWOT ANALYSIS:Strength :DABUR India Ltd (DIL) is exploring the possibility of a foray into the Rs 4,000-crore soap market, probably under brand name Vatika DIL's International Business Division is already manufacturing toilet soaps at Dubai for exporting to several neighbouring countries The overall size of the Indian market for oncology formulations is estimated to be Rs 225 crore with Dabur Pharma garnering a 20 per cent share. It has large marketing areas for selling products. The company has a good market share in comparison with other manufacturing company. Dabur sold the products in 2005 Sales: 13,572,000,000 Provide our consumers with innovative products within easy reach

Weaknesses :The company still using the old system in selling the products in the foreign market.

There are many competitors using the new ideas in positioning of their products in the market place in India. In rural area the all products are not available to the retailer because of low demand of products. The all products of Dabur is not known by the buyers specially in pharmaceutical products in comparison to its other competitor. There are low range of products in pharmaceutical .

Opportunities for the company:There is a big opportunity for the company that they can sale their products in rural area or In others areas where there is no milk manufacturing company.

There is big demand of its medical line products in domestic and as well as foreign market. where there is lack of milk resources. It can have a good market share within a few years because it is growing by leaps and bounds ,and it has good approval from its external environment. It has bright future in next few years because of it expanding the product range . The sources said several issues in DIL's possible foray into soaps remain to be sorted out.

Threats of company:There are many more foreign competitors are coming in Indian market , that will create the problem for Dabur. Du to this reason the Dabur may decrease its market share in both foreign and as well as domestic market.

Competitors:In organized sectors , there is manly one competitors of Dabur India Ltd. Like:- HLL which can compete it . because they have also a big product line like:- in health care , personal care etc. and all these products are available approximately on same prices. Procter and gamble in liquid product portfolio . In unorganized sectors there are many firms manly in the domestic market they are indulged in manufacturing of same products and on same price and in same quantity also and are trying to spread their business in same field of industry.. There is a threat from

Since todays life of human being is known to be very hectic and full of mental regiment (disease) due to increasing of carbondyoxide in the present environment and because of increasing the population as well as pollution. So in this scenario the human beings need more purity, protein and power think over the problem therefore they wants a healthy mind for healthy & strong decisions, i.e. why The DABUR is providing the best products in the market in the field of , Health Care , Aurbedhya Medicines and other FMCG product . Therefore the literate people prefer to take Dabur Products because they know that what they are getting by purchasing the products in comparison to others and what they want. Its products is perfect for all segments of consumers. Therefore it is favorable among all groups of people H.I.G, M.I.G, L.I.G. Proper placement of hoarding in different localities in urban and as well as rural areas. The Dabur is working not only in Indian market but also in the foreign market area. It covers large product segment of products. Through separate distribution of channels of FMCG and other Pharmaceutical products. It has good manufacturing techniques and marketing channels to distribute the products and services. It gives full attention for the consumer requirement and demands at right time, right place. And literate consumers fully support the products and they appreciate for its better services and products. And at last it has been found from internal sectors of the company that it recognizes the value, believes and perception of its consumer. It surveys the people in better way what they demand. The company is spreading it self-all over the world by merging to other foreign partners. It has good management and working culture in the internal sector of the company.

It also has a god relation with the out side of the organization.

Analysis and Suggestion

On the basis of above study on the topic REPOSITIONING At DABUR There are some suggestions concerned regarding the organizations repositioning it self.. These following suggestions would be helpful in repositioning in the market of its product and in understanding the consumer needs and demand what they want. It will helpful in creation of awareness among the people First of all the study focuses on unlikeness of this milk because of its higher rates of some products in comparison to other competitors. There is no door-to-door services are available direct from the dairy but some retailers who make available this facility to the consumer. 2. 3. 4. There are some special booths for daburs products in the market places. Some people have to say that always takes high price in the comparison of printed rate. The company should conduct the interview by door-to-door step and convince and come to know it self that why people does not buy the products. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. It should arrange the consumers meeting to come to know the some new suggestions and dairy should provide the education to its customer about These process will be help full in repositioning of dabur in the market of both domestic and as well as foreign market also. The company should analyze its competitors strategies and approaches to reach the consumers The company should be focus on its marketing abilities and its potential consumers in different market localities . The company should show the sample to its consumer.

Summary & Conclusions

Thus the above study is based on the topic of REPOSITIONING AT DABUR The study will be the guiding force future prospect on the basis of above project study. It can be said that Dabur is performing a leading role in selling personal care, ayurvedhic products, health care and other pharmaceutical products in the presence of its various competitors. The Dabur is having the good share of market. It is also trying to serve in rural areas. It is too much prestigious organization in the eyes of its Indian and foreigners consumers and its satellite places, which are conducted by it self. People have to say Dabur is providing all the products i.e. full of protein and in good quantity. But despite of all these facilities i.e. being provided by the company there is lack of awareness regarding products and even some people has to say that I cant say about Dabur especially in rural areas.

Frequently Asked Question

About Dabur. Q. When was Dabur founded? A. Dabur was founded as a small pharmacy in Calcutta in 1884 by Dr.S.K. Burman. Q. Who leads the company? A. Mr. V. C. Burman is the Chairman of Dabur India limited and Mr Sunil Duggal is the CEO of the company. Q.When did Dabur go for its first public issue? A. The first public issue was raised in 1994, and was oversubscribed 28 times.
Q.What is the role of the Burman family in the Companys management and operations?

A. Post-1998, the Burman family has receded from the day-to-day operations of the Company. They have reduced their strength on the 10-member Board of Directors to 4 members and only provide broad policy guidelines for growth and diversification. Q.What is the mailing address and phone numbers of Daburs headquarters? A. Dabur India Limited Kaushambi, Sahibabad Ghaziabad, UP India - 201010 Phone: +91 (0120) 3982000 (30 Lines), +91 (0120) 3001000 (30 Lines) Q. What are the main product categories of Dabur? A. Daburs products are available in the categories of Personal Care, Health Care, Ayurvedic Specialities and Food products. For a complete listing of products under these categories, go to our Products page. Q. How many group companies does Dabur have? A. Dabur India Limited has 5 subsidiaries Dabur Foods, Dabur Oncology, Dabur Nepal, Dabur Pharma, Dabur Egypt and Dabur Balsara. For details on each of the companies, click on the links on our homepage.

Q. How does Dabur position itself? A. Dabur India Limited is one of the leading consumer goods company of India with interests in healthcare, personal care and foods. We work in active collaboration with nature to provide the best of herbal health and personal care products to its consumers. Q. What is Daburs status in the consumer goods market? A. Dabur is currently the 4th largest company in the Indian consumer goods market. In several categories, our brands like Chyawanprash, Real Juices, Dabur Amla Hair Oil, Hajmola, Dabur Honey, Hommade Pastes are market leaders.
Q. In how many countries does Dabur have its distribution network and offices?

A. Dabur has a distribution network spread across 5 continents and over 50 countries with offices in Europe, America and Africa and production units in Nepal, Egypt, UK and the UAE. Q. Where can I get a copy of the Company Annual Report? A. You can download a copy of our latest Annual Report from this site Q. What are Daburs environmental concerns? A. Dabur derives its unique position of strength from nature and therefore appreciates the need for conservation. We have initiated the Plants for Life Project in the Himalayas for eco-regeneration and cultivation of rare medicinal herbs and plants. Under this project state-ofthe-art greenhouse and nurseries have been set up. And farmers are provided the saplings as well as technology to undertake contract cultivation of endangered plant species. Q.How does Dabur implement its social commitments? A. At Dabur we fulfill our social commitments through the activities of Sundesh, a non-profit organisation, the Chunnilal Medical Trust for medical camps and the Plants for Life programme for schoolchildren. Click here for details. Q.What are the major areas of research undertaken by Dabur? A. Daburs research initiatives are implemented by the Dabur Research Foundation. The main areas of research are - Testing and trial of products - Product development for new herbal health and personal care products

- Development of new chemical entities and formulations - New initiatives in Phytopharmaceuticals - Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients - Developing new products and improvements in Foods - Scientific validation of the traditional knowledge of herbs Q.Who do I contact at Dabur for a business proposal? A. Various divisions handle different business proposals. Please click here to send in your request.
Q. In what manner and which areas of operation does Dabur support non-profit organisations?

A. Dabur participates in various presentations organized by NGOs from time to time. Q. If I have a product idea, whom should I go to in Dabur? A. You can send in your email at
Q. Is it possible to order your products for doorstep delivery?

A. Dabur does not have the provision for doorstep delivery. However, you may contact your closest distributor or retailer to place your requirements.
Q. Whom should I contact for a product-related query or feedback?

A. You can go to our Write to Us section for all queries and feedback.

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