Kfc Marketing Plan

Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC)- one of the most known fast food chains in the world started in the early 1930’s by Kernel Sanders in the Southern USA as a small franchise operation. Colonel Sanders has become a well known personality throughout thousands of KFC restaurants World wide. Quality, service and cleanliness (QSC)represents the most critical success factors to KFC’s global success. Food, Fun & Festivity, this is what KFC is all about. Leading the market since its inception, KFC provides the ultimate chicken meals for the Chicken Loving Nation.

Be it Colonel Sanders secret Original Recipe Chicken or the Hot & Spicy version, every bite brings a YUM on the face. At KFC we proudly say: KFC has more than 11,000 restaurants in more than 80 countries and territories around the World. In 1971, Heublein, Inc. acquired KFC, soon after, conflicts erupted between the Colonel (which was working as a public relations and goodwill ambassador) and Heublein management over quality control issues and restaurant KFC is part of Yum! Brands, Inc. however in the case of Pakistan KFC build the relation of Quality Service and clealiness for Customer KFC was acquired by PepsiCo in 1986, it had grown to approximately 6,600 units in 55 countries and territories. Due to strategic reasons, in 1997 PepsiCo spun off its restaurant businesses (Pizza Hut, Taco Bell and KFC) “We Do Chicken Right” Perfecting its secret recipe of 11 herbs and spices in 1939, KFC has come a long way, with over 10,000 outlets in the world; KFC has maintained its title, for the last 60 years, of being “The Chicken Experts”. Kentucky Fried Chicken has become KFC. Does anybody know why?

We thought the real reason was because of the “FRIED” food issue. It’s not. The reason why they call it KFC is because they can not use the word chicken anymore. Why? KFC does not use real chickens. They actually use genetically manipulated organisms. These so called “chickens” are kept alive by tubes inserted into their bodies to pump blood and nutrients throughout their structure. They have no beaks, no feathers, and no feet. [pic] Their bone structure is dramatically shrunk to get more meat out of them. This is great for KFC because they do not have to pay so much for their production costs.

There is no more plucking of the feathers or the removal of the beaks and feet. [pic] Presently KFC is branched out in nine major cities of Pakistan (Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Multan, Peshawar, Sialkot, Hyderabad, and Islamabad) with 45 outlets nation-wide. Opening the first KFC outlet in Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Karachi in 1997, and KFC wore the title of being the market leader in its industry. Serving delicious and hygienic food in a relaxing environment made KFC everyone’s favorite. Since then, KFC has been constantly introducing new products and opening new restaurants for its customers.

In Pakistan totally Chicken buy from Pakistani Poultry Forms,and also this Chicken is 100% Halal. [pic] Cupola is a Dubai based multinational company involved in several business including, oil gas exploration, plastic cards, retail markets and food franchising. [pic] Cupola holds the master franchise rights to operate KFC in Pakistan since 1999. That was a major difference that when Cupola takes complete Operate in Pakistan that was only 05 Outlets in allover Pakistan, and then Now the major difference that Cupola takes 45 Outlets in Pakistan

Apart from fulfilling the commitment of serving delicious, fresh and hygienic food and at the same time providing the customers with the ultimate entertainment; KFC also plays part in the economic development of our country. ? Presently KFC has provided employment to over 1200 Pakistanis, which adds up to 6000 individuals directly dependent on KFC Pakistan. ? The Government of Pakistan receives over Rs. 10 to 11 million per month from KFC Pakistan as direct taxes. ? 95% of all food and packaging material used in KFC Pakistan is procured locally, which sums up to a purchase of over Rs. 35 million per month. Each new outlet developed by KFC Pakistan costs approximately Rs. 40 million, which is a huge amount for our construction industry. ? Annual turn over in Pakistan 2. 5 billion. ? KFC doesn’t buy its supplies from Pakistan “KFC and Pakistan…Growing Together” 1) Demographical Factors: Following factors included in the demographical factors of the pest analysis of KFC:- a) Age: Generally there is no age limit which is focus by the KFC. They target ; focus on each and every age of the society. But for somehow in our opinion they target heavily on the youngster as compared to the middle ; old age. b) Gender:

In this case they generally focus on the both Males ; Females of the society ; similarly target them. c) Household Size: Household size plays a vital role in the demographical factor of KFC. Generally they target the whole family not a single family members. That’s why he introduced many family packages meals. d) Population: Population also plays a vital role in the demographical factor of KFC. In the light of this population they can make their strategy. 2) Economical Factors: Following factors are included in the economical factors of the KFC:- a) Income: Income is an important economical factor of the KFC.

This factor decides which class KFC is going to target. In the early time of KFC they focusing on the upper class but they introduce some meal through which we can say that they target the middle ; the upper level as well. b) Consumption Behavior: KFC also estimated the consumption behavior of the people, their liking and disliking and make decision accordingly. c) Payment Methods: Payment method is an important factor in the economical factor of the KFC. They check the behavior of the regarding the payment methods of the people. They check whether the gives money in the form of cash or plastic money. ) Technological Factors: Following are the factors included in the technological factor of the KFC:- a) Pace of Change: Pace of change mean rate of change. KFC has strategy to introduce new technology whenever they think that it is a time to introduce new technology. b) Research ; Development: Research ; Development is also an important factor in the Technological factor. KFC always support the work of research ; development in order to introduce the new technology. c) Capital Formation: Capital formation means stock of machinery. KFC has a stock of machinery in order to run its business activities.

In other words KFC has a good amount of Capital Formation. 4) Political Factors: Following are the factor involve in the political factors of the KFC:- a) Government Policies: Although KFC is a foreign company, but they have to obey the policies of the Government where he run its business activities. KFC has handle this situation very tactfully and obey the policies of the Government as prescribe by the government in order to run this kind of business. b) Price Policies: Price policies is also an important factor. KFC maintain ; design its price policies keeping in view the income ; income distribution of the people living in the country.

That’s why all the classes are the target market of KFC. c) Political Stability: Political stability is very important if KFC want to become the leader in fast food business in Pakistan. So this is also an important political factor. 5) Ethical/Legal Factors: Following are the important factors which is included in the ethical/legal factor of the KFC:- a) Business Law: Just like the Government Policies the business units which is working in Pakistan also regulate the law regarding the nature of business. KFC also fulfills this factor. b) Social Responsibilities ; Ethics:

Social Responsibilities ; Ethics are the important factor. KFC tries his level best to this factor. 6) Social/Cultural Factors: Social/Cultural Factors includes the following things:- a) Social Class: As we discuss earlier that KFC target all the class including the upper class, upper middle and lower middle class etc. b) Culture: Though the culture of KFC from where they come is different but they adopt the Pakistani culture also. c) Religion: KFC not only adopt the Pakistani culture but also the Religion as well. They offer Halal foods to the customers, which is the symbol that they adopted the Muslim religion. pic] [pic] KFC targets the young generation, as here in this country the young generation is more towards eating out and is more energetic. It targets the early single segment that is the upper class. [pic] KFC does not need aggressive marketing or advertising because Brand is strong enough. [pic] Previously they were focusing on single segment that was through Niche Marketing by offering “Combo Deals”. Now they are focusing more on other classes as well. They are dealing in masses by introducing value deals; most recently introduced “Zinger Junior”. [pic]

Colonel’s value combo meals introduced previously were expensive and so there were less sales but through their recent offers, they have increased the sales by offering low prices. [pic] Inflation highly affects the purchasing power of the customers. And here the purchasing power of many customers is low. To cover this major segment, they have introduced affordable meals, so that it is in reach of the masses. [pic] The people here need a friendly and family restaurant, which must be affordable for them. [pic] [pic] Karachi, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Multan, Peshawar, Sialkot, Hyderabad and Islamabad [pic] Lahore: Gulberg: The main Gulberg branch is situated on M. M Alam Road, which covers a wide area and serves a large number of customers. This restaurant faces competition with many top Fast Food restaurants located on the same road. • Defence: Their Defence Branch in H-Block focuses the potential customers of Defence. Barket Market: This branch covers the area of Model Town, Johar Town, Muslim Town, Garden Town and Faisal Town.

It is situated among many offices and banks. • Cavalry Ground: This branch is located in the main commercial zone of Cavalry ground and mainly serves a large number of customers of cavalry ground and Cantt. Shadman: The Shadman branch is located on Jail Road and serves potential customers. • Thokar Niaz Baig: This restaurant branch serves latent customers. • Mall Road: It serves a large commercial and business area of Mall Road. [pic] Age: There is no age limit. It focuses on people lying under every age group. • Gender: Focuses both genders. • Family life cycle: It focuses on the whole family. • Social Class: Upper class, upper middle and lower middle classes are focused.

Personality: Ambitious, self-confident and extrovert. [pic] Benefits Desired: Taste and value for money. (Satisfaction ;gt; Expectation) pic] [pic] All restaurant branches are located in accordance with customer’s convenience. Like: Gulberg, Defense, Barket Market, Cavalry Ground, Shadman, Thokar Niaz Baig and Mall Road. [pic] • Industry: KFC specializes in Chicken Based Products. It has high sales volume as they have great turnover. New outlets are being opened because they have greater sales volume (as per day worth 4. 5 million is being consumed). • Size: There are 35 branches with 6,000 employees including Restaurant Supporting Centers. [pic] Main emphases are on quality and lead time (i. e. the time taken to receive the purchased Product).

Quality is not compromised on price. [pic] • Buying Situation: Warehouse orders and Straight Re-buy. • Usage rate: Heavy users. • Purchasing procedures: Building = Leased Vendors = Monthly credit [pic] Marketing mix consists of 4P’s. It contains everything a firm can do to influence the demand for its product. The 4P’s are: • PRODUCT • PRICE • PLACE • PROMOTION [pic] [pic] ? Their product is classified as consumer product as it has no intermediates. ? KFC offers specialty goods. ? The stock turn over of KFC is high. ? Price and quality of the product is always compared. ? Their product includes • Goods (Burgers, Chicky Meals etc) Services (cleanliness, quick service, parties, and meetings). [pic] It was launched here as an innovative product. KFC has got one product line but later they introduced products in the same line to protect their market share. New product ideas are generated from: • Customer services (comments cards) • Gallops survey (mystery shoppers) They have a Quality Assurance department that decides the new product innovation. Q. A. department prepares screening of new ideas and product’s feasibility report. This department does the technical evaluation (whether it is practical to produce the new product or not).

The products are tested externally by offering trials to customers by giving them free samples. KFC uses telemarketing, print media, billboards and most recently televised marketing for promotion. KFC adds a new product in its present assortment based on • Their competitors • Product’s adequate demand • The satisfaction of key financial criteria • Its compatibility with environmental standards [pic] KFC product line includes all chicken based products. Burgers: • Zinger Burger • Colonel’s Chicken Burger • Colonel’s Fillet Burger • SUB60 • Zinger Jr.

Chicken: • 1 piece • 2 pieces • 5 pieces • 10 pieces Combos: • Chicken Meals • Sandwich Meals • Family Meals Desserts ; Beverages: • Fruit Salad • Regular ; Large Drink • Regular ; Large Mineral Water • Tea • Scoop of Walls Ice cream • Coffee Snacks ; Side Orders: • 5 ; 20 Pieces Nuggets • Arabian Rice • 5 ; 10 Pieces Hot wings • Dinner Roll • Regular ; Large Fries • Hot Shots • Corn on the Cob • Hot ; Crispy Soup • Cole Slaw [pic] The product mix strategies are in relation to: • Competitors: KFC has a head-on competition with McDonalds so wherever they place their products; KFC goes there as well.

Locally in Pakistan KFC face a close competition with the local brands like AFC (Al-Baik Fried Chicken), Fried Chicks, Dixy Chicks etc which are producing more or less the same product as KFC. • Attributes: The brand KFC is so strong that it is the attribute itself. • Place and Quantity: KFC products are based on high quality and prices. [pic] Line Extension: • Through introducing new meals offers. Alteration of existing products: • Quality Assurance department does it. The department decides which product should be sold and when (seasonal products as rice and soups offered in winters).

Functional modification: • It is also decided by the Q. A. department to introduce new recipes. Quality modification: • KFC has moved to masses rather than the original recipe. [pic] When the new deals or offers are not sold as expected, Q. A. department contracts the previous offers and introduces new offers. [pic] KFC products were first offered to upper socio-economic group. Later, introducing discounted and lower price deals, they are now dealing in masses. So, KFC has traded down. In doing so KFC has used the same brand name and same high quality product. [pic]

KFC introduced itself, has grown and now it is at maturity stage for the last ten years in Pakistan. [pic] Market entry was not a big problem for KFC as it is a well-known international brand. In that stage they did promoted through their own brand. Their promotion statement was “KFC in Pakistan”. Management in the rise stage had to make policy for head-on competition with McDonald’s. It opened new branches and improved product line. In maturity – that is the present – stage KFC makes more promotion and focuses on aggressive competition with McDonald’s (as McDonald’s “Midnight Madness” vs. KFC “No

Madness”). It also extended product line by introducing new product items. [pic] Brand Name: KFC Color: Red, white Symbol: Colonel Harland Sander’s picture and KFC written with it. Master Brand: The brand itself is so dominant, that it immediately comes in mind. [pic] • KFC’s brand identity — the logo features Colonel Harland Sanders, one of the best-recognized icons in the world. • KFC is trade marked registered brand. • It is distinctive, adaptable to addition to product line. • It suggests something about product. • It is legally protected and registered. pic] The brand equity is very high as the value added by brand to the product effects the product selling. [pic] KFC is marketing the entire output under products own brand. [pic] Pepsi & Nescafe. [pic] KFC makes its own disposable packaging. If they need promotion Pepsi contributes in improving the packaging quality. KFC does family packaging. They use paper material for packaging to avoid health hazards and environmental pollution. [pic] KFC does brand labeling. Some of its products also have informational labels such as Halal, Veggi Burgers and Chicky Meals. [pic] [pic]

In introduction stage KFC entered the market using market-skimming strategy. Their products were high price and targeted only upper class. Gradually they trickle down focusing on the middle class to penetrate the market. Also KFC follows one price strategy. Price is determined according to the rates of the raw materials and policies of the Govt. The political and legal forces often affect the policies of KFC and eventually results in change of prices that is due to imposing of taxes. [pic] [pic] KFC has only one channel of distribution i. e. direct where the goods are transferred to the consumer directly.

KFC has no middlemen. [pic] • KFC does distribution of consumer goods directly to the consumer. • KFC also does distribution of services to the consumer like parking, sitting, home delivery, etc. • KFC gets Wheels! KFC launched its first mobile unit, which took the streets of Karachi by storm. The mobile unit has been designed to cater to the needs of those who are on the go, and have little time to stop by at a restaurant. It also provides a unique convenience of enjoying the delicious KFC offering anytime, anywhere, thus making fast food truly fast and convenient. `KFC intends to further develop its mobile network nationwide through more such units [pic] KFC does intensive distribution on its outlets. (All and everything on every outlet). [pic] KFC has corporate vertical marketing system because it is centrally owned by its subsidiary Yum Brands. KFC is affected by the geographic distribution (they have few outlets then its competitor McDonald’s). The unit value of the items is comparatively lower then McDonald’s. KFC has a well-equipped sitting area for the customers and a Chicky play area for the kids. [pic]

The logo features Colonel Harland Sanders that is one of the best logo in the world has created its name as a standard in the market. Today the Colonel’s Spirit and heritage are reflected in KFC’s brand identity. KFC by its advertisements derives the desire in the customer to come and enjoy healthy food in their favorite restaurant. They spend 2% of its profits on advertisement. They use print media and most recently doing televised marketing to promote it products. Their advertising media involve: Newspapers, Pamphlets, Billboards and Television.

KFC does both the primary demand advertising (“Become a Chicken Fanatic”) and the selective demand advertising (e. g. “Zinger Meal”). In its advertising it give informative messages like “Faryad: Keep the city Clean”. KFC does institutional advertising to stimulate demand. When KFC offers new products then it does product advertising. KFC’s ad’s act as counteracts which means to drive the customer to KFC i. e. it uses pull advertising strategy. KFC has put big hoardings on the busy areas of Pakistan and have an effective advertisement campaign on the media in order to MOTIVATE its customers.

The colors used in advertising are Red, White and Blue which itself is recognition for the brand. KFC have joint sale promotions with different companies like HP, Philips, Value Meals, Pepsi-Cola. And most recently with ARY Gold digital and WorldCall Internet services. Also KFC Proud Partners are Del Monte, Culligan, Shan and Peek Freans (EBM). PSO had made a scheme in which PSO had given the coupons of KFC having 10% off. (1 coupon was given after each purchase of 10 liters of petrol) KFC in its advertisements says; “Nobody does chicken like KFC” “We do chicken right” Hence, focuses on product advertising.

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