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Transcript: CONTRIBUTION MARGIN: $99.95- $17.36 =$82.59cm/unit, which means 82.6% profit on each unit sold. Electronic Stores Best Buy The Source Staples Telus REFERENCES Direct PRODUCT Brand Orientated "find your fit" Emphasis on value of the brand PRICING STRATEGIES Fitness can also be fashionable Retailers Online Shop.ca Fitbit.com Athletes __________________________ -Lack of brand awareness -Small -Consumers need to be motivated Strengths Two Methods of Selling Functional Fashion Worn both at the gym or office __________________________ Packaging/ Labeling Use of narratives in commercials Lifestyle marketing encourages active lifestyle as a whole rather than one product Price Penetration Strategy: low entry price to gain wide market acceptance & discourage competition Target Markets Humanizing the Brand (2017, March 20). Fitbit ‘pretty happy’ with product strategy, ceo says. [Video file]. Retrieved from: https://www.bloomberg.com/live/us BREAK EVEN ANALYSIS: Break Even Point= $387,000 ÷ ($99.95-$17.36) = 4,685,798 units to break even Consumer PROMOTION Zhang, V. (2013, November 13). Prezi.com. Retrieved from https://prezi.com/oyzp9ord-53j/fitbit-marketing-plan-presentation/?webgl=0 Fitbit. (2007). Fitbit.com. Retrieved from https://www.fitbit.com/content/assets/legal-pages/FITBIT%20AUTHORIZED%20RETAILERS%20Q2%202016.pdf Health Conscious & on the go, Men & Women Distribution Center Athletic Stores Atmosphere National Sports Experts Sport Chek Sail Assembly Equipped with Pure Pulse heart rate, connected GPS, on screen workouts, and more Numerous customization options Innovates the workout experience -New trend -More options for customization Determining Price Execution PRICING OBJECTIVES Operates in an Oligopoly market: Manufacturer Innovators _________________________________________ Use a transparent easily recyclable box Product has simple labeling Advertises it as your own personal trainer Opportunities Consumer Campaign Theme Weaknesses Successful: 69% market share of fitness trackers Nike fuel band retreated Fitbit Online Store Fitbit Headquarters Utilizes: Competitive Pricing Position (below) Customary Price Strategy Optional-Feature Pricing Odd-Even Pricing Fitbit demolished a well established fitness industry giant!! Threats -Lightweight -Compatible with android and iPhone -Less expensive than an Apple Watch Miglani, J. (2015, July 15). How Fitbit makes money. Retrieved from Revenues and Profits: https://revenuesandprofits.com/how-fitbit-makes-money/ -Limited financial market -Apple watch is tight competition PRICE Burns, M. J. (2017, Feburary 09). Fitbit CMO Tim Rosa Dishes On The Future of Wearable Technology In Sports. Retrieved March 06, 2017, from http://www.sporttechie.com/2017/02/08/expert-series/fitbit-cmo-tim-rosa Multipurpose Stores Chapters Walmart London Drugs PLACEMENT Athletes chosen to become ambassadors (Face of the brand) Personal brand matches company morals Indirect Tuckwell, K., & Jaffey, M. (2016). Think marketing. Toronto: Pearson.

Fitbit Presentation

Transcript: Recommendations to Fit-bit for market development presented by Amy, Vivian, Mica, and Kassie Fit-bit was founded by Health Metrics Research Inc. It was known as a wearable fitness tracking device maker. Fit-bit: Basic Info It started with clip-on activity trackers that were able to record the number of steps taken and calories burned on a daily basis Is Fit- Bit feasible? Numbers Numbers Sales Activity from retailers intentions in buying wearable devices - A survey found that one-third of wearable users stopped using the device within six months of receiving it - Half of fitness-tracker owners quit using their trackers. Research shown that Data - Loose it - battery life starts dying - over a long period of time, it brakes - it's old and people wants the new verison What do people do when they stop using it (prediction) - There are a lot of compeditors - aim for the best - xiaomi, apple, samsung Problem Competitors - The Fitbit app was introduced for users to easily access the data recorded on their trackers in order to review their workout progress. - The app also connected all users to an online community, so they could create their fitness social network by sharing and comparing fitness goals and achievements with friends via the app. - For $49.99 per year, an upgrade option, Fitbit Premium, was offered to registered users to provide digital training and health consulting services. - The upgraded service explored fitness data and produced activity reports, which could be used to develop or modify fitness plans for its users. App App Fitbit Our suguesttion Add functions such as receiving calls to the watch Make long-term deals with sport teams/school so that they can have a larger and more durable market proposal -Manage calorie -Reminder for daily excersice -Send alert when needed (high blood sugar, low blood sugar) BUT might increase the price by a large amount - Create influence through out the world - lower the price, but have a good quality at the same time Goals

FITBIT presentation

Transcript: Plan for Market Share Presented by Prince Azoro PAST FITBIT Sales Growth 2013 2014 2015 2016 +249% +174.98% +148.96% +16.35% PAST FOCUS TOPICS Market FOCUS #1 #2 #3 Wearables have seen intense growth since 2010 FITBIT has maintanied its lead in the sector with 19.2% share in Quarter 4 of 2016 Its market share has been taken over by Xiaomi, Samsung, and particulary, Apple. FINANCIAL PROJECTION 580m 2015 270.6m 2017 Q1 331m 2017 Q2 320m 2017 Q3 571m FINANCIAL PROJECTION Now 288m 359m 428m BRANDINGand MARKETING BRANDINGand MARKETING What will set FITBIT apart? What will set them apart? FITBIT and its competitors all contain features like GPS, bluetooth, and accelerometers I propose a marketing plan that would focus on FITBITs being used as companions to smartphones with cellular-enabled watches Next, the second proposal would to strike marketing deals with Sports Brands-Nike, UnderArmour-to gain familiarity with consumers Diversification Diversification US Markets US Markets -22.4% 7.2% in after-market trading Roughly 3/4 of FITBIT's revenue comes from the US. The company noted a loss of 60. 1 million compared to a profit of 11 million in 2016 FITBIT's revenue fell about 41 percent to 298.9 million in the last quarter Indian Market Indian Market FitBit's market share is low due to higher prices compared to the products in India India is an important market for wearable devices According to the IDC, the wearable market in India observed the total shipments of 2.5 million units in 2016 In terms of price, devices under $50 dominate the wearable category with 73 percent of shipments FitBit currently has 7.9% of Wearble shares in India Chinese Markets Chinese Markets Domestic shipments of wearables increased by 13.2% from last year 3 brands, Xiaomi, LifeSense, Okii, control 50.1% of market 48% of digital buyers own a wearable device Key areas of focus are health and fitness in China A network of domestic brands and strong consumer interest make this country important Most popular wearables in China Market Strategy Market Strategy Men or Women, 25-45 years old with an active lifestyle, and health conscious . These people are typically in the market for a device tracking their shape. Target Market Target Market

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Transcript: 1. Goals can be set, measured, and accounted for by the desired pace of client. 2. Records of calorie intake accounts for client's lifestyle choices. 3. Measures sleep quality to help individual learn how to sleep more soundly. 4. Accessibility to mobile apps, providing social connection and community. What does the silent alarm do? FitBit Flex Benefits How to use a FitBit Flex Thank You! Getting Connected Benefit of Social Connection So, why is FitBit appropriate for achieving individual fitness and helpful for exercise prescription? 'One-size doesn't fit all' Reason for choice in model and exercise goals. *surge *chargeHR FitBit *zip *one *flex *charge Using FitBit Flex LED lights show progress towards goal Chelsea Thompson Kevin Collins Jordan Collins Personal Lifestyle Adaptations Find your Fit. Form of Motivation Devices Steps are just the beginning to reaching fitness goals. This product tracks every part of the day-- including activity, exercise, food, weight, and sleep, helping individuals find their fit and stay motivated. Katie Smith Performance Fitness Active Fitness FitBit Flex over 120+ mobile apps Everyone's approach to fitness is different. Invented in 2008 by Eric Friedman and James Park in San Francisco. "To empower and inspire you to live a healthier and more active life." "Fitness is the sum of your life. Fitness is not just about gym time. It's all the time." Everyday Fitness Demonstration About FitBit Where It All Started Accountability of Calorie Intake

Fitbit Presentation

Transcript: Recapitalization The purpose of our analysis is to identify the areas of under performance within the Fitbit corporation and make recommendations to improve said areas. Fitbit resides in the health and fitness wearable device industry. Despite Fitbit's efforts to ensure rigorous ethical standards for their supply chain; on November 1st, 2018 a class action law suit was filed against them over allegedly failing to comply with securities law. Blackrock Fund Advisor's - 2.8 million shares The Vanguard Group, Inc. - 1.8 million share Balckrock Advisor's LLC - 1.8 million shares Fitbit utilizes official company announcements and press releases. Fitbit's investors tool page provides investor alerts and an RSS Feed regarding press releases, SEC filings, presentations, and end of stock quotes. Ease of Entry Restructuring Redevelop physical hardware Consolidate product offering Endorsements with professional athletes and college health programs Partnership with The American Heart Association Partnership with 24 Hour Fitness and Equinox Objectives : Fitbit is committed to being a responsible corporate citizen in how they manufacture their products and vow to only work with business partners who share their philosophy. Increase the database Product development New innovation Brand awareness Strategy Who is Fitbit and Who do they serve? Thank You For Your Attention. Navdeep Kuar Chloe Cho Yasmine Halouani Mckenzie Foley Key Performance Indicators Key Findings & Proposed Turnaround Plan Financial Analysis Utilizing Key Ratios Accountability Liquidity Ratio Corporate Citizenship Small companies = high bargaining power Corporate Governance Transparency Mousetrap Theory - "if you build it, they will come" Fitbit must adapt to a new customer who is looking for a customized advancement in their person health. Fitbit was founded by James Park and Eric Friedman Started in Delaware in March 2007 under "Health Metrics Research Inc.", became Fitbit in October 2007 First Fitness Tracker was launched in December 2009 Fitbit had 9% of market share in 2018. Rule of Law Main investor The Vanguard Group, Inc. with 11.70% stakes Reinvestment of 1,8 million of share - June 30st, 2019 This Presentation Was Presented By: The current threat of substitution for Fitbit is very high. Cost Structure Acquire timely and adequate supplies to satisfy the demand; particularly related to new product introductions Saturday, September 7th, 2019 Affected Factors Include Product Price Product Quality Substitute Availability Capital Investment is High Intense Competition Huge Industry Potential for Fitness Sector First-Mover Advantage Cost of Revenue (20%) Inbound Logistics (7%) Distribution Operations (5%) Outbound Logistics (6%) Payroll (2%) Operating Expenses (62%) Research & Development (10%) Sales & Marketing (15%) General & Administrative (19%) Contingent Operations (18%) Net Profit Return on investment Gross profitability Current ratio Customer satisfaction (net promoter score) Buyers purchase decisions : Independent Leadership On June 30th, 2019 Fitbit acquired new capital through the sale of shares to three major investment groups. Bargaining Power of Buyers Competitive Rivalry Long term investment Control expenses Meet financial obligations Cash inflow and outflow Customer retention Customers loyalty and referral Strengths Fitbit stands out from competitors based on product capabilities. User-Friendly Interface Weaknesses Competitors have less expensive alternatives and a larger global presence Shorter operational history and resources Stability of Operating Costs In relation to Fitbit's Code of Conduct, the firm has high expectations of all their directors and employees to foster a culture of fairness and accountability in the company. Stabilize and reduce operating costs as an accurate forecast of the customer demand. Fibit's corporate governance is rather poor due to the composition of the Board of Directors. Presence of Chief Executive Officer and Chief Technology Officer from top management The Board of Directors includes few members who specialize in growth, and some lack technology development experience based on their professional background. Majority have retail and operational experience Conflicts of Interests Shareholders 9.15% of individual stakeholders 39.66% of mutual fund holders 34.22% of other institutions shares Relationships Cash and equity based compensation plan The « say on pay » vote Approve major decisions Leverage/Capital Structure Ratio Background Preferences Perceptions Business impact Industry Statistics Stability of Profits The smartwatch market size was valued at $9,264.9 million in 2017 and is projected to reach $31,070.6 million by 2025. Concluding Notes Stability of Revenue Milestones Stakeholder Relations Fitbit's primary focus is on the research and development of their wearable fitness trackers and smart watches. Manufacturing is currently outsourced in Asia Fitbit utilizes 3 main channels of distribution:

Fitbit Presentation

Transcript: By Noel Randewich | SAN FRANCISCO Wearable gadget maker Fitbit Inc (FIT.N) attracted far more bets against its recently rising stock in September, underscoring concerns about competition from the likes of Apple Inc (AAPL.O). Since Sept. 10, borrowing in Fitbit shares has jumped 50 percent, according to lending data from SunGard's Astec Analytics, which provides a strong glimpse into short-selling activity. Short-sellers borrow shares and sell them, hoping to buy them back later for less to return to the lender. While short-selling in Fitbit declined from 7.4 percent of outstanding shares at the end of August to 6.9 percent in mid-September, that rate is still much higher than the average short interest of 2.7 percent for tech companies, according to Thomson Reuters data. San Francisco-based Fitbit makes wrist bands and clippable devices that monitor fitness activity by tracking calories burned or distance covered, among other metrics. Fitbit's stock market listing in June won a rousing response from investors. The shares rose to a high of $51.90 on Aug. 5 from their $20 IPO price. Auguring well for the nascent consumer electronics niche, global shipments of wearable devices more than tripled to 18.1 million units in the second quarter, according to market research firm IDC. [ID:nL4N1124O8] But some on Wall Street have grown concerned about competition from other wearable devices with health-related features and apps, including the Apple Watch, which was introduced in June. Activity tracking is also available on some smartphones without the need to wear an additional device. In Fitbit's debut quarterly report in August, the company warned that increased spending to develop new gadgets meant a dip in gross margins that would not improve for the rest of the year, disappointing Wall Street and sending its stock sharply lower. [ID:nL3N10G5OM] The shares have recovered 14 percent in the past month but remain 27 percent below their record high. On Thursday, the stock was up 0.3 percent at $37.81. (Reporting by Noel Randewich; Editing by Lisa Von Ahn) Fitbit Inc. Founder(s):James Park and Eric Friedman Current Executives: James Park-CEO ($1.9 million) William Zerella-CFO ($878,000) Eric Friedman-CTO ($702,000) Andy Missan-VP($280,215) Edward Scal-CBO ($758,519) Shares increased by 50% Borrow shares and sell them Monitors fitness activity by tracking calories burned or distance covered Price per share was $51.90 Made shipments equal to 18.1 million devices Competitors are being made such as the apple watch Fitbit Inc. Sector:Technology Industry:Scientific & Technical Instruments Price Per Share:$13.01 Revenue:$2.21 B P/E:$27.50 Beta:N/A 52 Week Range:$11.65-$39.13 Products Price Range:$40-$200 Slogan: "Find your FIT" Year Founded:2007 Where can you buy a Fitbit? Fitbit Inc. I'm glad to have Fitbit part of my market watch portfolio because most times it is the number one seller, it never drops unless the market drops. When the market drops in my portfolio Fitbit shows up as a light pink instead of a dark red so that means it didn't crash as much as other shares. I feel that Fitbit satisfies their customers with quality products. Fitbit is helpful because it motivates their patrons to exercise and stay active. Personal Statement By: Kailer Apilado Number of Stores:Nationwide Locations(Retailers): -Amazon -At&t -Best Buy -Brookestone -Dick's Sporting Goods -Kohls -Nordstrom -Rei Coop -Target -Verizon -Walmart -Dillards -Academy -Bed Bath & Beyond -Macys Company Headquarter: San Francisco, California Fitbit Inc. CSR:"Fitbit is dedicated to delivering simple, innovative health and fitness products and services that engage people to lead healthier, more active lives by giving them the tools to become more aware, more motivated and more fit every day. Fitbit is the market leader for wireless activity trackers." Fitbit Inc. Article Summary History: "In 2007, our founders, Eric and James, realized that sensors and wireless technology had advanced to a point where they could bring amazing experiences to fitness and health. They embarked on a journey to create a wearable product that would change the way we move." Mission: "To empower and inspire you to live a healthier, more active life. We design products and experiences that fit seamlessly into your life so you can achieve your health and fitness goals, whatever they may be."

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