Coca Cola Swot Analysis

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    to another person in the name of a greater good. Social Responsibility paper begins on next page………… Coca-Cola Company is a well-known respected company throughout the world. John Pemberton, a pharmacist in Atlanta, invented the drink that many have come to call “something special”. Driven by his curiosity, Pemberton, together with Jacob’s Pharmacy created Coca-Cola, in 1886, which in the first year alone sold 9 glasses a day. However, Pemberton was merely the inventor of Coca-Cola. It

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    Coca Cola was one of the Leading brand during 1970’s, made to exit due to foreign policies. After re-entering a hiatus of 16 years, Coco Cola has reached to each and every corner of India. Being one of the largest beverage companies in India, Coca Cola is now available through length and breadth of India. An Introduction to Coca Cola India:- Coca cola is a well-known American beverage giant, which sells concentrated soft drink worldwide. The journey for Coca cola begins when Pharma

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    . The Estimated Brand Value of Coca-Cola rose 2% to $71.9 billion. (100 best global brands ranking, 2011) Current Market trends has prompted Coca-Cola to Invest heavily in its bottling plants in china and India giving rise to a future of sustainable bottling. The logo on Coca-Cola's company profile goes on to say, "We are a 125 year old business and brand defined not by our age but by our youth" (Coca-Cola Annual report, 2011) SWOT Analysis Strengths | Possible Strengths | Response

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    Current update of coca cola in India Celebrity endorsement to boost up their company name. Coca cola India has use Bollywood celebrity endorsement to increase their brand popularity, the use of celebrity as endorsement has been able to boost up their brand awareness and also their sales, consumer are more attracted towards coca cola as their favorite celebrity is also drinking the products, India is one country, which has always idolized the stars of the celluloid world. Therefore it

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    Excelsior College Coca-Cola M5A2 Aleksander Laskowski BUS 435 International Business Prof. Irwin Nathanson 09 June, 2013 Introduction Coca-Cola was founded in 1886 and has just celebrated its 127th anniversary. The Atlanta based multinational corporation is an American icon, employing 71,000 employees in 200 different nations. The company is a perfect example of success in capitalizing on foreign growth, with over 70 percent of case volume being in foreign markets. To reach the

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    :  Enriching the workplace,  Providing quality in the marketplace,  Preserving the environment and  Strengthening the community. TCCQS reflects our integrated approach to managing quality, the environment, and health and safety. TCCQS incorporates tenets of other international quality systems like ISO 9000. “Coca Cola company” is ISO 14001, ISO 9001 and HACCP (Hazard analysis and Critical Control Points) certified What are the benefits of ISO International Standards? ISO

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    Coca-Cola and the Olympic Games History THE BEGINNINGS The Coca-Cola Company and the modern Olympic Games have enjoyed a mutual growth and common historical bonds. In 1886, Atlanta pharmacist John S. Pemberton invented the secret formula for Coca-Cola. Six years later, Baron Pierre de Coubertin, of France, conceived the idea for a new Olympic Games. In 1896, the first modern Olympic Games were held in Athens, Greece, with 311 athletes from 13 nations. At the same time, Coca-Cola was becoming

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    ," said Singh. As per industry estimates, Coca-Cola India draws under 20% of its sales from the rural markets. ANALYSIS Inputs collected from the market and sales force confirms that a large majority of the retail outlets serviced by Coca-Cola India stock up almost all the Brands of Coca-Cola like Thums up, Sprite, Maaza, Minute Maid- Orange & Lime etc. This also reveals that the

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    Coca-Cola's advertising has significantly affected not only American culture but also everyone who see these advertisements. It is very significant for a company to share their emotions with one slogan. Coca cola changes slogan usually after ten years. Now their slogan is “Open Happiness” and they try to say that coca cola is for everyone and when you drink it you can open a window in happiness because coca cola makes you happy. “Coca-cola” is the most recognized word on the planet after “ok

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    Coca Cola SWOT Analysis: |Strengths |Weaknesses | |Brand equity/image & recognition |Credit rating | |Product distribution and worldwide network |Customer concentration, particularly in the US (Wal-Mart accounts for more

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    Coca Cola Report Introduction Coca Cola is a multinational company. The Coca Cola Company is the world’s leading manufacturer, marketer and distributor of non-alcoholic beverages. Coca Cola is Private Limited Company (Ltd). A Ltd company is a type of business ownership which determines many operations of how the business is run. In this report I will identify how the business is affected by ICT and how the company is run. This will include organisational structures and how different

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    Product Project Product: Coca-Cola Classic is a type of soft drink manufactured by The Coca-Cola Company that is recognize in the entire world. United State is the country of the origin of the company that was introduced in 1886. The recipe was formulated at the Eagle Drug and Chemical Company, a drugstore in Columbus, Georgia by John Pemberton, originally as a coca wine called Pemberton's French Wine Coca. He may have been inspired by the formidable success of Vin Mariani, a European coca

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    Abenaa S. Ampratwum Professor Hunt Marketing W360 Case 2 [pic] Coca-Cola Launches New Advertising Campaign Advertising plays a role in consumer marketing by creating significant brand awareness. Generally, studies show that the more businesses spend on advertising and promotion as a percentage of sales, the higher their level of brand awareness. The Coca-Cola Company has had many advertising campaigns since its inception in 1886. These campaigns have captured facets

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    Coca cola water water everywhere… INTRODDUCTION: When we hear the name Coca-Cola we might not instantly think of water. However Coca-Cola Amatil's brand Mount Franklin is the number-one brand of bottled water in Australia. In a market crowded with hundreds of competitors, Mount Franklin and the Pump range of products account for more than one-quarter of all bottled water sales in Australia. Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA) is the local Coca-Cola licensee, manufacturer and bottler operating in

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    Coca-Cola’s market value is currently one hundred and forty billion while PepsiCo’s market value is ninety billion, however price per share fluctuate to be in range of mid-fifties “$52-$57” for both companies. Coke is dominant company of the soft drink industry and boasts a global market share of around 44%, followed by PepsiCo at about 31%, and Cadbury Schweppes at 14.7%. Separately from smaller companies such as Cott Corporation and Royal Crown. Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are the biggest pieces of

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    Enterprises. The Equity Accounting Method This method is applied when a shareholder has significant interest on a company but fails to meet the minimum 50% for a majority – the owned business is referred as an associate company or a joint venture. Each year, the parent company reports in its statement of financial position an update on its equity, regarding any profit or loss it is entitled to, proportional to its investment on the associate. Consolidation Analysis – Should Coca-Cola follow a full

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    investment outlay by Candler for the drink enterprise over the years amounting to $2,300. In 1914, Margaret Dozier, as co-owner of the original Coca-Cola Company in 1888, came forward to claim that her signature on the 1888 Coca-Cola Company bill of sale had been forged. Subsequent analysis of certain similar transfer documents had also indicated John Pemberton's signature was most likely a forgery, as well, which some accounts claim was precipitated by his son Charley. COCA COLA IN INDIA: THE

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    needs and desire of customers, to having the right mix of Partners (i.e. suppliers, bottlers, retailers etc), to be responsible as a company towards the Planet, to be a fast moving and highly effective as an organization by being Productive and finally to ensure maximum returns for their shareholders by being Profitable.2 2 The Coca Cola Company, 2009, http://www.thecoca-colacompany.com/ourcompany/mission_vision_values.html, viewed 31 August 2009. The below figure indicates the performance

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    COCA COLA The last eighteen months have been good for Coca-Cola – in the creative and branding awards. It has won the design Grand Prix at Cannes, two D&AD Yellow Pencils for design and advertising, plus the 2009 Emmy for an Outstanding Commercial. Most recently, it has been recognised, once again, as the top performer in Best Global Brands 2009, the annual report from brand consultancy Interbrand. As the world’s most valuable brand, Coke comes in at $68,734 million, some three per

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    market * Analysis of changing trends in the market for Coca-Cola products * Formulation of Market penetration strategies CHAPTER 9 BIBLIOGRAPHY References: * Organizational Behaviour-k Aswathappa. “Organizational Culture”. Himalaya Publishing House. 9th Edition. Page N0-529-596. 649-666. * Business Environment-Francis Cherunilam. Part-1 An Overview of Business Environment - Himalaya Publishing House

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    UNIVERSITATEA TRANSILVANIA FACULTATEA DE ŞTIINŢE ECONOMICE MASTER STRATEGII DE MARKETING ANUL I PROIECT MARKETING STRATEGIC Analiza strategiilor de marketing utilizate de Coca-Cola şi Pepsi NUME: Badea Anamaria-Irina GRUPA: 8181 ANUL 2008-2009 CUPRINS CAP. 1 Scurt istoric al firmelor Coca-Cola şi Pepsi.................................................3 CAP. 2 Analiza PEST a firmelor Coca-Cola şi Pepsi...............................................6 CAP. 3 Analiza SWOT a firmelor

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    will be identified, and then SWOT analysis of the company will be conducted. After that, evaluation of alternative strategies will be stated and finally recommendations and implementation will be given. Background Coca-Cola Company Limited is the world largest offerer of non-alcoholic beverages and the most valuable firm in the world. They owned over 300 brands in over 200 countries and serving carbonated soft drink and non-carbonated beverages such as fruit juice, fruit drink, sports drinks

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    October 23, 2013 1 . The CoCa‑Cola Company The Coca‑Cola Company operates in more than 200 countries and markets more than 500 brands and 3,500 beverage products. These products include sparkling and still beverages, such as waters, juices and juice drinks, teas, coffees, sports drinks and energy drinks. We have four of the world’s top five nonalcoholic sparkling beverage brands: Coca‑Cola, Diet Coke, Fanta and Sprite. The CoCa‑Cola sysTem We are a global business that operates on a

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    Liquidity Ratios Current Ratios In 2011, the firm’s ability to cover its current liabilities with its current assets was 1.05. In 2012, the ratio went up to 1.09 as compared to 2011, which means that the company had the ability to pay its liabilities, as the definition says that higher the ratio, greater the ability of the firm to pay its bills. This tells that Coca-Cola is improving their liquidity and efficiency, because their current ratio was improving. Acid Test Ratios According to

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    and economic issues. One important thing that companies should look is the competition. They need to know who the company is and do a SWOT analysis. SWOT analysis is strength, weakness, opportunities and threats. In Brazil, Coca Cola faces their biggest competition called tubainas. At first, Coca Cola did think the small company wouldn’t be a big competition until in the mid 1900’s. Coca Cola has done many strategies to slow down, but none was successful. Tubainas offered many flavors such as

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    Cola represents approximately 78% of these sales. The report also states that Coca Cola sales are distributed as follows. * 37% in United States * 43% in Mexico, Brazil, Japan, and the People’s Republic of China * 20% spread throughout the rest of the world In 2010 it was announced that Coca Cola had become the first brand to top 1 billion annually in UK grocery sales. Swot Analysis Strengths:PopularityWell known | Weaknesses:Word of mouthLack of popularity | Threats:Changing

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    * What type of organizational structure does coca –cola have? The Coca-Cola Company has a Separate International Division Structure because its international staffs operate separately and in isolation from head office. It has various divisions in all continents around the world with presidents that control each continental division. Coca-Cola has 5 continental divisions. * Eurasia & Africa Group * Europe Group * Latin America Group * North America Group * Pacific Group

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    Act like Owners ← Be accountable for our actions and inactions ← Steward system assets and focus on building value ← Reward our people for taking risks and finding better ways to solve problems ← Learn from our outcomes -- what worked and what didn’t SWOT Analysis of Coca-Cola Coca-Cola has established the company as a major player in the soft drink industry in China and its brands and products

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    very successful beverage company because of their market success factors. The market success factors of Coca-Cola Company are market research, market analysis, selecting target market, SWOT analysis, marketing mix and so on. The Coca-Cola Company faces some market problems such as health effect, competitors and environmental impact. We have suggested Coca-Cola Company solve their health problem by launch sugar free, sugar less, low-calorie and no-calorie product. Coca-Cola Company understands the

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    for the company to be successful in a long-term perspective. This article represents a critical analysis of marketing communications materials used by Coca-Cola Company a global beverage manufacturer and retailer based in Georgia, United States. The Coca-Cola Company comprises many brands and products, and this paper focuses on marketing communication materials associated with one of its core products, the Coca-Cola drink. The article starts with description and analysis of various types of

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    History • First coca-cola created by an Atlanta pharmacist in 1886 combining caramel-colored liquid and carbonated water o Created as a response to the Prohibition as a nonalcoholic version of drinks o 5 cents per glass • Logo created by the bookkeeper at the pharmacy • Average of 1.7 billion Coke-owned beverages consumed today • Mission Statement: o To refresh the world o To inspire moments of optimism and happiness o To create value and make a difference • Expanded product lines to

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    Key Marketing Problem/Opportunity The key marketing problem/opportunity in the case is that Coca Cola has lost market share in the international markets to their main competitor, Pepsi. There are several opportunities for the company to expand and to diversify their marketing strategy to offer new products outside of the carbonated beverages. Opportunity exists in categories such as juice and juice drinks, bottled water, teas, energy drinks, coffee and more. There are also opportunities to

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    disposable income. This strategy is employed only for a limited duration to recover most of the investment made to build the product. To gain further market share, a seller must use other pricing tactics such as economy or penetration. This method can have some setbacks as it could leave the product at a high price against the competition. A skimming strategy would generally be supported by the following conditions: The first thing that the Coca-Cola company must do is select the pricing

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    annual sales volume growth rate of almost 21 %. The sales volume of carbonates will increase by 10 % per year until 2017. Increasing demand for healthy and hygienic products is expected to fuel the growth of the soft drink sector. Increasing penetration in rural areas will also contribute to considerable sales increments. 7. SWOT ANALYSIS OF COCA-COLA STRENGTHS * The best global brand in the world in terms of value:  According to Inter brand, The Coca Cola Company is the most

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    Coca cola SWOT Swot Analysis of the Coca Cola Company Strengths The Coca Cola Company was found in 1886 in USA. It has been developed for over a hundred years. Its long history can really benefit its business since its brand name has been widely spread to the world. People over 200 countries can enjoy its products nowadays and more than 70% of income comes from outside the USA. The promotion strategy of the Coca Cola Company is excellent. Usually it employs the pop singers and movie stars

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    The Coca-Cola Project Role of e-commerce Coca Cola Co uses business to business or B2B. Electronic commerce has fast become a preferred method of doing business for the grocery industry. Major retailers have seen the rewards of enhanced supply chain efficiency and increased business automation. As a result, more major consumer goods companies are starting to use the Internet to do business with retailers. Therefore, Coca Cola being an important SUPPLIER, needs to provide its customers with

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    structure, however in recent years there has been a movement towards decentralization. A more in-depth analysis of the organization’s structure will be discussed later. The Coca-Cola Company measures success in many ways. The Coca-Cola Company believes that if they analyze sales based on volume growth, it is an indicator of trends at the consumer level. The company obviously looks at profit as a way to measure success. Recently, The Coca-Cola Company has been focused on being a more responsible

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    COCA-COLA CO THE, SWOT ANALYSIS, IN SOFT DRINKS (WORLD) March 2013 SCOPE OF THE REPORT Scope This global profile focuses on the industry trends in soft drinks. All values expressed in this report are retail/off-trade in US dollar terms using a fixed exchange rate (2012). 2012 figures are based on part-year estimates. All forecast data are expressed in constant terms; inflationary effects are discounted. Conversely, all historical data are expressed in current terms

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    up with the idea of naming the soft drink ‘Cola-Cola’ as well as designing the logo. When Dr. Pemberton died he sold parts of his business to different parties, but the most of the company was sold to Asa Candler, Atlanta's businessman, whose marketing strategies made Cola-Cola a well known company worldwide throughout the 20th century. The company produces a syrup which is then sold to various Coca- Cola bottlers throughout the world, they finish of the product by mixing the syrup with water

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    Indiana Wesleyan University Coca-Cola Target Market Segments Market competition in the soft drink industry has been on a steady increase due to new influences arising from consumer demands. While the challenges arising from consumer trends continue to change the methodology used to meet demands, pressures to keep costs low and drive margin have been increasing as well to ensure shareholders are satisfied. Coca-Cola has met this challenge by implementing strategies to better delineate

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    environmental issues which can hurt the brand name they have spent so much time building. Their products are also more costly than many of their competitors that mean they can be at risk during poor economic times as shoppers become more concerned about how far their dollar stretches. With the obesity epidemic Coca-Cola needs to do a better job at offering low calorie products that are not chemically induced. After analysis we have come up with following recommendations for Coca Cola Company. 1

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    Management) 23 CRM (Customer Relationship management) 23 Distribution Method 24 Reference 25 Introduction The operations of Coca Cola are administered by the distributed management principles across the world and this has been achieved by setting separate management and operational teams in those areas. The supply of Coca Cola to the customers is made possible through company’s own participation and through the strategic partnerships with the bottlers, chemical providers and the delivery

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    Coca-Cola: A journey over 120 years old 04 Feb 2009 By Sarimul Islam Choudhury  ‘Little drops of joy’ as they call it, soft drink and beverages brand Coca-Cola came into existence in 1886 in Atlanta, New York, USA. From selling only nine glasses of drinks a day initially, after a successful stint of operation for over 120 years, the company currently produces more than 10 billion gallons of drink a day and sells its products across 200 countries worldwide. With more than 450 brands, the

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    2011 Due Diligence Report The Coca-Cola Company AC 600 Professor: John Kocikowski Keller Graduate School of Management 10/30/2011 Table of Contents Industry Overview 3 Corporate Overview 5 Organization and General Corporate Issues 6 Treasury 8 References 14 Executive Summary The diversity at the Coca-Cola Company is evident with their presence in more than 200 counties. They feel that they are empowered within their business structure as well as the communities they

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    Running Head: The Coca-Cola Company Struggles with Ethical Crises   Phyllis Walters Professor: West Ethics and Advocacy for HR Professionals HRM 522001 5/01/2011 Coca-Cola Company is the world’s largest beverage company. It is recognized as the world’s most valuable brand, with operations in more than 200 countries. Besides Coca-Cola, and Diet Coke, the company has also profited from its other brands; PowerAde, Minute Maid, and Dasani water. The company has excelled over the

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    from the research analysis conducted. The report gives us a brief introduction about The Coca Cola Company, CCBPL, its vision, mission, aims and objectives. The report highlights the company’s SWOT and PEST Analysis and also brings forward the BCG Matrix analysis. The organizational structure presented in this report along with staffing, leading and controlling details gives a complete managerial understanding of the brand. The marketing mix helps discover all aspects under the 4 P’s

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    The Coca- Cola Company has embraced diversity and globalization for nearly 120 years. The company’s brand and its people are the assets that make up the companies foundation. The Coca -Cola Company is as a workplace that is inclusive to diverse people, talent and ideas. This philosophy is also incorporated in the Companies’ ability to be a global business. Currently, The Coca -Cola Company operates in more than 200 counties from the United States to Beijing from Montreal to Moscow, Coca Cola

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    Coca-Cola and Pepsi are the two greatest competitors in the soft drink industry. The marketing skills that these companies possess are the reason both Coca-Cola and Pepsi are so successful. In 1886, the Coca Cola Company was developed but it wasn't until 1898 that the fierce competitor Pepsi-Cola entered into the market. These two companies have since been competing to rein the global market in consumer beverages. The market of drinks in the United States alone is valued at more than thirty

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    job design involves chemistry of various element to from a job. 2. Discuss the most likely organizational design for Coco-Cola Company Company has several organizational issues. Suggestion are based on the problems that were acknowledge during the analysis. Coca cola company has just few suppliers for raw material, because company has a very high uncertainty level. They should have more suppliers for raw material the company should change their strategy about suppliers. The results of the

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    The ethical issues and dilemmas that Coca Cola faced were actually very surprising since I have been drinking the product for years. Allegations of Intimidation, Racial Discrimination Financial Misconduct, and Environmental issues have hovered beyond the walls of the Conglomerate with very little room to disappear. I was extremely surprised about the Financial Misconduct but having interviewed for them and being denied due to credit issues I assume I can understand. Seems to me that the

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