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Transcript of IKEA
Founded in 1943 by 17-year-old Swedish Ingvar Kamprand
IKEA- Ingvar Kamprand Elmtaryd Agunnaryd Competitive pricing- embedded in mission
"affordable solutions for better living"
Achieving cost efficiency through:
location & layout
Aggressive price-cutting when necessary Core customers:
General buyers: concerned about price & function
Middle-class buyers: concerned about design & craftsmanship Buying behaviour:
For Home Furnishing: dissonance-reducing behaviour
For Home Decor: variety-seeking behaviour Through media: television, newspapers, online... The IKEA Catalogue Word-of-mouth Some competitors:
Pan Emirates Similar in:
diversified product line
range to suit customer needs
adaptation to regional preferences IKEA competitive advantage
-ease of assembling & transporting
-Lock-in Manufacturing in low-cost locations
Environment-friendly IKEA stores around the world Analysis using Porter's five-forces model: Rivalry
HIGH Threat of New Entrants
LOW Bargaining Power of Customers
STRONG Bargaining Power of Suppliers
WEAK Threat of Substitutes
LOW Their Products Wide range
About 12,000 products ranging from living room, bedrooms, kitchen & appliances, textile & rugs, and kids' furniture Contemporary and modern design
Flat packaging- practicality and ease of mobility
Quality IKEA's unique product naming Swedish place-names Norwegian place-names Finnish place-names Women's names Terms from music, chemistry & meteorology Names of mammals, birds and adjectives The company founder being dyslexic found the names easier to remember when they were based on words rather than codes. Use of light-weight, low-cost material IKEA designers working from the factory floor Flat packaging Proving durability Self-service at IKEA References Czinkota M & Ronkainen I, 2006. Part 1 Cases . In: International Marketing. 8th ed. USA: South-Western College. p170-175.
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