Garnier is a French firm, owned for forty years by the L'Oreal Group, the market leader in the capillaries. Faced with fierce competition, its flagship brand Garnier Fructis saw their market share stagnate in a market that was already fragmented steeply.
Two consequent threats pushed the new product manager to launch an innovative product to boost sales and open new prospects for growth: a bottle of shampoo for head massage, located on both the shampoo market and a market for the future wellbeing. To measure the relevance of this launch, we will first of all, conduct a diagnosis of the situation of the company.
In the second part, after defining the product positioning, we will take the copy to the communications agency and will provide avenues for reflection and recommendations for the creation of media planning.
The chemist, Alfred Love Garnier founded the company in 1904. He then developed a tonic lotion to promote curling hair with water and iron. In 1945, he developed hair care products in 1949 and is the first hair coloring has been created.
The company joined the L'Oreal Group in 1965 and has expanded his skills ever since. In fact, a century of expertise and knowledge has enabled the creation of innovative products that are the result of scientific studies exclusive.
L'Oreal offers men and women of the world hundreds of products represented by several major brands. These marks are combined and divided into four major divisions: consumer products, professional products, luxury products and active cosmetics.
Garnier located on the segment of consumer products, has the performance and advantages of L'Oreal, which are: A world leader in cosmetics; Distributed in 130 countries with subsidiaries in 58 countries; 14,533 million euros: Consolidated turnover in 2005; 18 global brands; 3.4% of sales dedicated to R & D; Stability Management (4 CEO since the creation of L'Oreal); Image very good reputation and high spontaneous.
Garnier is a registered bond, including the Fructis products, caring for hair consumers. Specialist hair care, Garnier continues to innovate and create new technologies to always offer better products.
Following the retirement of Mr. Bonfort, Chief of the Fructis range, the new product line manager, Mr. Perfectif, decided to boost sales by creating a break in the market shampoo. He decided to run in conjunction with the Research and Development, an innovative shampoo bottle with a nozzle-shaped head massage.
There was on offer, a range of Fructis fortifying shampoo containing natural ingredients thanks to its reinforced active fruit concentrate. Whatever the nature of hair, Garnier Fructis range offers products tailored to meet their specific needs: to retain the color, resist external aggression, to shine. With this new product, expanding its range Fructis shampoo to a facilitator of hair growth, and inclined to relax the user. Indeed, some studies have shown that regular massage his scalp, hair growth was faster. This product is on both the shampoo market and the market's well-being.
The group "Lever-Faberge," with its subsidiary Unilever is specialized in washing and grooming. Its brands are known worldwide as well as L'Oreal, with the difference that different products from the company are not sold under his name, but under the name of the range at which each product belongs.
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