Getty Images As blogger Seth Godin writes on his blog, "A brand is the set of expectations, memories, stories and relationships that, taken together, account for a consumer's decision to choose one product or service over another. This means the perception of your brand is in the hands of your audience. You may not be able to control what people think about your brand, but you can control your brand's voice. When a crisis hits, how do you react?
Trust Building Is Essential To Our Success Almost two years ago, Jose Lopez, executive VP of Operations for Nestle, was explaining to the Business Standard why the global foods, health, and nutrition brand, which claims to have a billion customers a day, is so successful.
A particular focus of the interview was how Nestle decided to enter a marketplace, as well as their decision to source raw materials and labor in local markets. What is revealed is that Nestle places a high value on knowing their customers, on a number of levels.
That is the way we operate. Second, is our passion for quality, and third, simple and clear business processes.
Before you trust someone, you have to know them, and before that trust can be returning in any meaningful way, they have to know you. Transparent business practices are essential and if Nestle has had stumbling blocks along the way, it has always been in those areas where they are perceived to be less than transparent in their marketing practices, particularly in the area of infant formula.
Every Nestle product has a nutritional panel or compass on the pack which helps in understanding its nutritional value. The nutritional aspect of the products is what pleases the consumer, but it is also our responsibility to explain to him why it is good for him.
The last thing we want is our consumers becoming victims of lifestyle-related diseases. Couple this with the substantial commitment the brand has made to understanding their customers wants and needs, and it becomes easy to see why the Nestle brand is one of the most successful in the world.When a television advertising campaign promoting Indian mobile phone company Bharti Airtel in Africa fell flat a few years ago, the marketers went back into the cutting room to work out why.
Escalating local competition is forcing Nestlé & Danone, two of the world’s biggest food companies, to overhaul their business models in China.
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Nestle Case study Q.1 A: Impact of Globalization and technology change on Nestle: Globalization means the greater movement of people, goods, capital and ideas due to increased economic integration which in turn is propelled by increased trade and investment.
Pestle analysis is a useful analysis to understand the impact of Globalization on a company.