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Scope Presentation

Transcript: Purchasing by Mandy Woo, Joy Li, Dana Pham, Kat Yom, Jinny Kim, and Jessica Chan Retail industry is getting pickier Overall increase in SKUs Unique brand image needed Possible decrease in retail's profitability due to low sales Solution: replace existing line on shelves Low sales of original Scope = carrying fees of $50K/SKU to add line extension Market Background Samples available at dentists' or orthodontists' offices On-the-go/portable sizes are available in convenience stores and grocery stores Boosts sales in convenience stores, most of Scope's sales are primarily in grocery stores Available as a trial with a purchase of a full sized Scope bottle Market Research Price Pros May attract new customers Pros Pre-brushing rinse product Formula similar to Plax Better taste Pros Profitability with line extension Plax's price for dollar price/liter is higher Place $2.55/unit increase in ingredient costs Approx. 50% actual change in ingredients due to newly introduced ingredient $0.30/unit increase in packaging costs 4 P's Launched in Canada in late 1988 Introduced mouthwash as“prebrushing” rinse Focused on reducing plaque 3x more instead of improving bad breath Approx. $4M for promotion campaign Advertising estimated at $3M and extensive sales promotion: Trial-size display in three drugstore chains Co-op mail couponing to 2.5M households Instantly redeemable coupon offer Professional mailer to drug and supermarket chains Number of price reductions 10% market share of the total market in 1990. Cons Uncertainty in attracting new customers Min. 2 years to accept reassurance claims Possible cannibalization 2 - 9% sales Issue with line extension brand name Advertisement “Line extension may be profitable, but costlier" Market Penetration Price per unit will be $1.12 Cost markup of 125% from $0.0825 COGS Price of competitive brands range from $0.98 to $1.99 for bigger traveler sizes New competitor: Plax Cons Inconsistent with P&G's philosophy Potential damage to brand image Possible loss of credibility with dental professionals “Line extension should be separate from Scope” Market developed by Warner-Lambert’s Listerine 1967: Entry of Scope Positioned as great-tasting, mouth-refreshing, bad-breath protection 1976: Scope as market leader in Canada 1977: Warner-Lambert launches Listermint 12% market share Introduction of competitors: Cepacol (1970), Colgate Fluoride Rinse (1988), Plax (1988) New Marketing Strategies P&G Scope “Add plaque-reduction claims through line extension” Promotion Our Marketing Strategy: COGS per unit=$25.93, gross margin per unit=$15.32, therefore unit price is a price markup of 59.08% One unit is 10 liters or 10,000 milliliters, we want a 20ml. size it would cost approx. 0.002% of a unit Cost per unit is $41.25, each on-the-go size should cost $0.0825 or 0.002% of an actual unit, but packaging costs will be higher with the on-the-go version, so higher markup is 125% Product Development "Confidence when it matters" Advertising Agency Gain market share: Increasing usage among current users More effective ads Product innovation to generate interest The price per on-the-go scope will be $1.12 Keep the current formula and flavors On-the-go/portable sizes 20ml per packet as it is the suggested amount to use to not only get fresh breath, but to kill germs and plaque buildup For use in a hurry, at work, before a night out, etc. SWOT Analysis Campaign to encourage happiness and confidence in the younger generation (those who are dating - college age to early 30's) Social media (focus on younger gen.) Print ads Television ads Same advertising budget of $1.7M same # of wks on air (35 wks), but hopefully raise the GRP (gross rating points) Existing promos include samples, mailed couponing and in-store promotion, new promotions involve social media “Look for other alternatives to a line extension” Current Situation Sales Pros No harm in adding plaque reassurance claims Potential 6.5% increase in total mouthwash and rinse market share through line extension Most strategic option Cons Additional costs Outsource to U.S. $1/unit increase in delivery costs Cons Change in strategy required Successful advertising mentioned breath refreshment Possible confusion if under Scope Loss of market share Two ideas in one commercial is difficult Finance Financials Product Regulatory environment Health protection branch Drug status v. cosmetic status Canadian Dental Association Requires clinical studies demonstrating gum health improvements Saccharin/Cyclamate sweeteners Product development (line extension) of requires $20K in testing No guarantee new product will be more effective Retail industry taking in less SKUs, options: Replace current SKU with new SKU $50K carrying fee per SKU New pre-brushing rinse could cannibalize 2-9% of sales “Concerned with increased competition in retail” - Markets its product in over 140 different countries - Net earnings of $1.6 billion in 1990 - Between 1987 - 1990, worldwide sales

Scope Presentation

Transcript: Presentation Sarah Allergies Why aren't somethings First connection How I got to Allergies Connecting 1 I searched my question on google and I clicked on the first article that popped up 2 Humans weren't designed to be happy and healthy 3 We couldn't ever be with things such as allergies 4 Focused my research and attention to allergies Research Research on Allergies an allergic reaction is caused when our immune system senses an allergy and overreacts making antibodies called Immunoglobulin E (IgE). Your body also produces histamines, which give you the allergy symptoms you know. Decongestants include phenylephrine which dilates your pupil, increases your blood pressure, and relieves hemorrhoids. Ephedra Genus Specifically designed to Second Connection How I got to Ephedra Genus Connecting 1 What decongestants were made of 2 Phenylephrine- active ingredient 3 Where is Phenylephrine found- Ephedra Genus 4 Focused my research on that Research Research Ephedra Genus In many different countries, Ephedra Genus is commonly used to treat asthma, colds, flu, headache, nasal congestion, and cough. Ephedra Genus was first discovered worldwide in the 1930s, though many think that others had discovered it before. The Ephedra Genus contains 69 species, four subspecies and two accepted varieties. All of these are widely distributed in arid and semi-arid regions of Asia, Europe, Northern Africa (Sahara), southwestern North America and South America. China 2,700 BC Not be harmful to Third Connection How I got to China 2,700 BC Connecting 1 2 3 Epedra Genus origin Chinese had been using it since 2,700 BC I focused my research there Research Research Religious practices in ancient China go back over 7,000 years. Long before the philosophical and spiritual teachings of Confucius and Lao-Tzu developed or before the teachings of the Buddha came to China, the people worshipped personifications of nature and then of concepts like "wealth" or "fortune" which developed into a religion. Plants have been used as medicines before recorded history and their medicinal use is common to all cultures and peoples of the world. The Chinese Shen Nong Ben Cao (Divine Farmer’s Materia Medica) was attributed to the mythical Chinese emperor, Shen Nong, reputedly a skilled herbalist who, legend says, lived some three thousand years BCE. Us humans? Medicinal Tea Fourth Connection Medicinal tea was used in ancient Asia civilizations. Monks used it to meditate and focus on their culture, while others used it for it's healing properties. These beverages are made by fusing herbs, spices and other plant material in hot water. Conclusion Conclusion Answer to my question All of my research led me to conclude that maybe objects or medication that help somethings to not harm us already exist even though we can’t think of them. Many of us might choose to rely on technology, but even that may be harmful to us. Maybe the old school ways are the ones that might make a difference in our lives and help us save our planet and it’s population before it’s too late. Connections Connections

Project scope

Transcript: Quality It is important to know the risks of a project. Risks sometimes lead to project failures. Project team WBS Example of the total slack from several activities from this project. Organize and manage your events. Consult any relevant information about the event programmee. Query the speaker at the end of the keynote without the need of a microphone. Roles Daniel Ramos: Manager, FullStack Developer John Smith: QA Tester Project milestones Organisational structure Provides chronological output -People getting sick -Legal issues -Operating environment -The APP being denied by the distributors -Defect issues -Delays caused by third party frameworks -Failure to meet the specification requirements. GANTT Chart Quality is important to ensure that the application works as expected, according to what was specified in the requirements document Resources are important because they determine if the project can be finished without delays. Helps determining if a resource has overallocated work. Stakeholders Activities Project schedule Resource allocation PERT What is it? Define important events Contribute to early feedback Keeps the client happy Event App How this project will ensure its quality Manager: Daniel Ramos Additional resources John Smith Project milestones Diagram of the work to be done Objectives: Estimations calculated by using the following equation: ​​ = ((​​ + 4∗​​ + ​​) / 6) Project duration Allows to determine if a task can be delayed without delaying the whole project. Project schedule The team will use unit tests during the development phase to ensure that each function is working properly (Functional and defect testing) The team will use Usability tests to ensure that the User Interface works as expected and is user friendly. Digital distributors. Managers. Sponsors. System administrators. Mobile users (target). Public/Private Organisations. THANK YOU Risks of this project Total float/slack Event APP Project Management Risks Stakeholder and team communication

Project Scope

Transcript: Scope Statement Understanding the outcomes Be critical of client ideas Clearly define scope of project Accurate Pricing Vital Documentation Stopping Scope Creep Communication throughout all aspects of the project are necessary when working with stakeholders. Understanding what the customer is saying is crucial in developing a relationship. Customer Engagement Scope statements may take many forms depending on the type of project being implemented and the nature of the organization. The scope statement details the project deliverables and describes the major objectives. The objectives should include measurable success criteria for the project. Project Charter Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) Roles and Responsibilities Breakdown Risks/Concerns Goal(s) Outline Signoff Customer Engagement Table of Contents Scope Creep The customer should constantly be updated and involved in all aspects of the project's progress. Environment Qualitative Quantitative Project Scope Scope Statement Contents Time vs. Data Costs Accuracy Data Collection Methodologies Effect on Scope Choosing a Methodology Involvement When the project is complete, you are only successful if the client is happy. Even if you successfully complete the project, if the client is unhappy, then you have failed. Project Scope Philip Jor Stefan Vercelli Melissa Lowry John Miller You must understand the culture of the company you are working with in order to effectively engage stakeholders Data Collection Scope Statement Scope Creep Customer Engagement Data collection is the process of gathering and measuring information on variables of interest, in an established systematic fashion that enables one to answer stated research questions, test hypotheses, and evaluate outcomes. Project scope is the part of project planning that involves determining and documenting a list of specific project goals, deliverables, tasks, costs and deadlines. The result of poor change control; lack of proper initial identification of what is required to bring about the project objectives; weak project manager or executive sponsor. Interviewing Face to Face Telephone CAPI Questionnaires Paper Form/Web Based Focus Groups Data Collection Understanding Company Culture

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