Failure Case Study: Danone Dairy in India - The risk of offering premium products in a price-sensitive market
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Failure Case Study: Danone Dairy in India-The risk of offering premium products in a price-sensitive market
"Failure Case Study: Danone Dairy in India", examines the risk of offering premium products in a price-sensitive market.
In a highly competitive market, dominated by Amul and Mother Dairy, Danone was a late entrant.
- Danone's premium line failed to appeal to urban Indians, who are often value-driven despite their high spending power and experimental consumption habits.
- As the world's second largest producer of milk, India's dairy sector is dominated by local producers.
- New entrants will have to create products that not only win consumer appeal for their taste but also justify a premium positioning.
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction 5
2. What? 6
3. Why? 9
4. Take-out 11
5. Appendix 14
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Products and Companies
Milk, mishti doi, yogurt, flavored milk, flavored yogurt