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75 Years of Dettol
A Case Analysis Contest
In association with
The Marketing Club of MDI
Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.: 75 years of Dettol
Dettol, the brand synonymous with protection from germs, had for long been voted as India’s most trusted brand. In September 2008, the marketing team of Dettol was reviewing the brand’s performance in its 75th year of existence to formulate a three‐year plan. Dettol’s growth trend had been slow but steady over the years and a number of initiatives taken in the recent years had started yielding results. The brand started its journey in 1933 as antiseptic liquid, but over the years, it has been extended to a number of product categories like toilet soaps, liquid handwash, liquid bodywash, shaving cream and plaster strips. The growth trend in the last few years had been encouraging with shares showing an accelerated upward growth in most categories, but the team felt share gain could be much faster. The brand team decided to further build on the growth trajectory and set itself a visionary target ‐ that of doubling Dettol’s overall share in next three years in the combined market of the product categories it is present in (Antiseptic Liquid, Bar soaps, Liquid Handwash, Bodywash). The team knew that it had to address various challenges to achieve its ambitious target viz. consumers saw the need for germ kill only in specific situations, resulting in irregular usage and seasonality. The brand had to fight in a competing environment in which new variants and re‐launches were used for driving growth, it was critical to determine what & where should be the business thrust to optimize the marketing spend and further accelerate the brand growth.
Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd (RBIL) is a fully owned subsidiary of Reckitt Benckiser Plc., world’s No.1 Company in household cleaning. Reckitt Benckiser Plc came into being with the merger of Reckitt & Colman Plc with Benckiser NV in 1999. The company has operations in 60 countries, sales in 180 countries and has had net revenues in excess of $5.5 billion. Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd (RBIL) manufactures and markets a wide range of products in Personal care, Pest control, Shoe care, Antiseptics, Surface care, Fabric care and other categories. Amongst its many well‐known brands are Dettol, Mortein, Harpic, Cherry Blossom, Lizol, Disprin, Robin powder, Colin, etc. Most of these brands are either number 1 or number 2 in their respective categories in India.
*Unless otherwise stated, all data given in the case refers to trade channel tracked by AC Neilson, supplied by Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.
This case is prepared by Prof. Vinod Kalia of Management Development Institute, Gurgaon for the Dettol case study contest organized by Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. in association with MDI‐Marquity. The case is not intended to serve as a source of primary data, or effective or ineffective management. The author would like to thankfully acknowledge inputs from the brand team of Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. and Ms. Smriti Kataria, Ms. Charuta Ambardekar and Mr Karan Sood, students from MDI PGPM class of 2009.
Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.: 75 years of Dettol
RBIL distributes all its products through its common distribution channel, which has a wide and deep reach in the markets and is a key strength of the company. The channel is managed by a well‐ structured sales force, responsible for achieving sales for the entire product portfolio of more than 150 Stock Keeping Units (SKUs).
The brand Dettol was launched in India in 1933 in the Antiseptic liquid form as a treatment for cuts and wounds. For almost the first 50 years, Dettol was present only as an antiseptic liquid. Although it was being used in hospitals and nursing homes for first aid and disinfectant uses like cleaning wards, washing linen, etc. Consumers were also using it for bathing, mopping, shaving and other secondary purposes. While it started its journey as the ‘cuts and wounds’ brand in the country, over the years it had taken over the role of ‘protector from germs’ in every situation. Dettol Antiseptic Liquid has some strong, distinct associations‐first and foremost is its trademark smell. Who can miss the characteristic Dettol smell that has been the reassurance to many a child’s scraped knee! Consumers recognize the smell enough to refer to a medicinally clean room as ‘Dettol like smell’. In the book, ‘Planning of Power Advertising’, Anand Halve mentions, “It is a safe bet that you will be able to tell the smell of Dettol liquid on a cut with the reassuring tingling sensation which tells you it has begun to work. Savlon on the other does not have the same burning sensation, (and is) very often seen by consumers as ‘ineffective’ ”. The second characteristic is its amber gold color. The third is the ‘clouding’ effect that appears when it is added to water. Dettol’s packaging is distinct in its very own way. The green & white colours are associated with hospitals. All Dettol products have a sword on the pack, which is a symbol for fighting germs and infection. Over the years, the clouding action and the sword have become synonymous with the brand and have been creatively used in Dettol advertising. Consumers see Dettol as an ‘expert’, as something which is effective and versatile and guarantees protection from germs. It has been likened to a bodyguard who protects them from the unclean and unhygienic outside world. The brand’s versatility stems from multiple uses of the antiseptic liquid which offers protection in so many different forms. Usage of the brand gives rise to many emotions in the consumers’ minds. From making them feel safe and secure about the well‐being of their family to making the mother feel that she has done the best for her family, the brand evokes positive imageries and emotions. Thus, it is only fitting that the brand’s tagline says ‐ Be 100% Sure. Over the years brand Dettol has been extended and has made its presence felt in a number of product categories. While Antiseptic Liquid was the category where the brand was born and where it
print advertisement in popular press and medical journals. In Feb 2005. U&A study showed that while First Aid use in the households had a near 100% penetration. Each of these markets are at varying stages of evolution. brand’s share has more or less remained stagnant over the years. It was launched with ‘no sting with Savlon’ campaign. the brand’s communication took another step forward with its “Aapka Dettol Kya Kya Karta Hai” campaign – that showcased how brand users across the country had formed their own special bond with the brand – using it whenever and wherever they felt a need for disinfection. so while in one market the brand ‐ as the leader ‐ had the responsibility of driving overall market growth. and is sold in over 16 lac outlets in the country (see Exhibit 2d for distribution details). disinfecting the floors. Markets for various categories ‐ The Antiseptic liquid market The Antiseptic liquid market in India is estimated at Rs. authorized body (see Exhibit 2b and 2c for market share & pricing). Other Players in the antiseptic liquid market: Savlon: It is the key direct competitor in the Antiseptic Liquid market. in other markets. Liquid handwash. disinfecting baby nappies. Shaving Cream and Plasters too (see Exhibit 1 for the complete portfolio). 120 Crores in 2007(see Exhibit 2a for category sales). adding to water while mopping etc. the brand strategy had been to garner share. Antiseptic Liquid is a well‐penetrated market. Pharma (makers of Boroline). A few years back. Body wash. and at present secondary usage contributes more volumes of Dettol Antiseptic liquid than the primary first aid usage. It attempted to pull the consumer base towards its product promise of non‐sting. this market saw introduction of Suthol brand antiseptic liquid from G. which has close to 85% share. the message strategy saw a shift to communicating secondary usages like adding Dettol to bathing water. the product has been extended for other disinfection uses like adding to bathing water. Dettol Antiseptic Liquid is under pricing control of a Govt.D. The market is dominated by Dettol Antiseptic Liquid. In order to exploit this potential in 2005.: 75 years of Dettol continues to command a dominant market share of 85%. In early 2008. it started with a new ‘70% doctors prefer Savlon’ advertisement with heavy media support. its revenue growth is significantly driven by its presence in the other product categories of toilet soaps(or bar soaps). This was followed by TV advertisements centered on first aid application for many years. nappy rinsing etc. .Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. Fundamental to all the categories was existence/creation of a consumer need for germ protection satiated by Dettol’s trusted promise. Savlon has been off air. given its use in first aid. many homes were using it for secondary purposes. Over the years. Johnson & Johnson’s Savlon is the other significant player with a market share of 13%. However. Since beginning of 2007. Communication: Dettol’s communication in the initial years was via medical detailing material.
Fairness. the brand was rolled out to other states. etc. moisturized soft skin. the company thought of offering Dettol in a more convenient form of soap.: 75 years of Dettol Suthol: G. etc (see Exhibit 3d for value & volume brand shares). With a 100% penetration. health platform constitutes approximately 23% of the total market (see Exhibit 3c for share and sales of the different classifications of soaps). etc were key drivers when it came to consumers choosing their soap brands.D. Dettol Skincare soap was thus launched in January 2004 ‐ A white colored soap. offering Dettol’s protection with moisturizers to nourish the skin. In 2007.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. with heavy print support in Delhi & West Bengal. which was positioned on soothing sensation. Research on brand equity revealed that while Dettol’s equity remained very strong on ‘germ protection’. It was also gathered in the consumer research that while loyalists loved Dettol soap for its trademark fragrance. which offered trusted Dettol protection with menthol to help feel refreshed and revitalized. it was being rejected by a big chunk of consumers as a regular bathing soap bar. Since many consumers used Dettol in their bath water. Freshness. Godrej No 1. Markets for various categories ‐ The Bar Soap Market The Bar Soap Market in India is worth Rs. Dettol Original was the launch soap. However. The brand team felt a need to launch variants in Dettol Soap given that sensorial measures like fragrance. the product’s relevance in the consumer’s choice for a bathing soap was getting limited. value wise. The brand has shown strong share gain mainly in the East. etc. By 2000. the soap market has been volumetrically stagnant in the last few years. Santoor. Savlon. Pharma launched Suthol antiseptic liquid in April 2006 in their stronghold state of West Bengal. but with little success beyond East. mosquito bites. The launch was based on consumer feedback on Dettol Antiseptic Liquid. it saw limited success but its market share had started stagnating. Dettol Soap was launched in India in the early 80s.9% share (Full year 2007) in this market. after‐shave. The market can be classified into about ten different appeals such as Beauty. where secondary usage of the product always came up. from irritation due to prickly heat. which initially found limited acceptance from consumers. 6550 Crores (see Exhibit 3a for category size). While the market is dominated by beauty players (52% share). This was followed by the third variant – Dettol Cool in February 2006. the market has been growing owing primarily due to price increases and to some extent a movement from economy brands to brands that are mid‐priced or premium priced (see Exhibit 3b for category drivers). Both TV and print media were used to promote the brand in West Bengal during the launch phase. The Indian bar soap market has a large number of players that use different appeals to connect with their consumers. Dettol occupies a 4. Herbal. Health. Lux. Its sales picked up after a changed positioning (please refer ‘Communication’ section for details). The stronghold . Its major competitiors are Lifebuoy.
Dettol Original Soap continues to be the lead variant. Post decline of share in early 2005. This has limited Dettol penetration in the lower end of the market. ‘Surat bhi.While some brands are strong across the market. 6. it again launched a new campaign. It launched new variant copies in Q2.3k and 3l for Brand Dettol seasonality. others have their strongholds in only some of the regions in the country. Pricing also plays a big role in this market that can be segmented as economy. . reasons for usage and dislike). In November 2007. In Feb 2007. with better packaging graphics and upgraded variants in line with the global range. Santoor: It comes up with regular renewal of its copies (one every year) communicating ‘skin that looks younger than its age’ proposition. and top of mind when it came to Dettol Soaps (see Exhibit 3g for variant contribution for Dettol and some major competitors). varies across regions and urban and rural markets (see Exhibits 3e and 3f for region‐wise value shares and distribution for major brands). and since then has been trying to make strong its equity on germ protection through various communication and new product launches. Lifebuoy has launched a new campaign adding a layer of social good in its communication with a tagline of “Have no Fear”. Dettol variants have contributed incrementally to Dettol soap sales and now make up about 25% of total Dettol soap sales. given its heritage and years of existence. However. another new ad was launched comparing vs. To suit the needs of different consumers. Khoobsurat bhi’. It was highly visible on‐air with a range of Aishwarya Rai copies. Lux launched a new campaign in Sep 2005 with Shahrukh Khan and four prominent film actresses to commemorate 75 years of Lux. Key Players in the soap market: Lifebuoy: Post a major positioning change in 2002 from “male victorious health” to “family health” in the bar soap market. mid‐price and premium. via special Promo packs & new pack graphics. This helped in gaining further share (see Exhibit 3i for pricing details). Household penetration and consumer preferences towards Dettol vary across regions and seasons (see Exhibits 3j. Dettol and its competitors are available in different pack sizes and combo‐pack offers (see Exhibit 3h for pack size wise contribution). 2008 (Peach cream & Strawberry cream) offering fruit based skin care. and hence tries to straddle different pick up prices. small pack was launched in 2007. Lifebuoy relaunched itself in March 2004 with improved product and new claim of ‘100% better germ protection*’. Lux: It relaunched itself in 2004. Dettol soap has a premium price versus other key players in the market. To overcome pricing barrier. priced at Rs. beauty soaps in general.: 75 years of Dettol and dominance of these brands and their distribution. In February 2005. It launched a new white variant in September 2007. Each player is present in different sizes.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.
Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. These could be based on exposure to dirt and germs. sweat etc. Its share has remained flat at 0. Research showed that there was huge hand wash usage of the brand and moreover the usage was highly seasonal with highest usage seen in peak summer and monsoon months when consumers felt visibly dirty and hence associated the period with the presence of germs. Dettol sales grew year after year. Even after two years of launch. Godrej No. Hence. The final positioning that was decided was: “Dettol protection comes to you and your family in the form of soap for those daily occasions when a specially clean germicidal bath is necessary. The advertising clicked with the consumer. on how they pick up germs throughout the day and only Dettol soap can give the required protection everyday. pollution. with communication being renewed periodically to keep consumer interest in the brand promise alive. relying mostly on regional print in select states. the brand failed to take off since a mild soap from the Dettol stable did not make sense. the communication was moved along this gradient of educating consumers. Dettol soap could not make its presence felt. Dettol soap sales reacted very positively to this new communication. heat. 1: It has had a very low‐key TV activity. However. it is positioned on the ‘Gentle Protection’ proposition.: 75 years of Dettol Savlon: In the soap category. they moved out of the .6% over the years. In mid 80s. an exhaustive consumer research was undertaken with the objective of finding reasons for dissatisfaction among consumer and the result was the understanding that a consumer need platform has to be built for a special bathing soap based on Dettol’s core strengths and not on the mild and gentle skincare platform. It frequently airs advertisement featuring popular soap‐star ‘Jassi’. it was seen that consumers were open to the idea of using Dettol Soap when they faced extreme dirt conditions. Dettol’s Communication: Dettol Original soap was launched on the platform of ‘Mild and gentle skin care’ with the selling proposition as – “Give your family the loving care of Dettol Soap”. After in‐depth consumer research. The result was that while a high number of consumers used Dettol soaps during specific germy situations. Over the years. WHEN NO ORDINARY BATH WILL DO – DETTOL SOAP – THE 100% BATH” The advertising was thus developed along these lines and Dettol Soap was re‐launched. Another challenge was to create a positioning that managed a fine balance between a cosmetic and therapeutic medicated position. it was felt that Dettol Soap needs to be positioned for occasions that are special. but not rare in everyday life.
A large base of consumers still re‐purchases the Pump pack instead of using a refill pack (see Exhibit 4c for pricing details). Palmolive. Consequences of germ pick up were more explicitly voiced. Amongst users. etc (see Exhibits 4b for brand shares). Santoor. The key reasons for low penetration of the category are ‘expensive/low value for money’.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. the refill segment has flourished – as regular consumers re‐purchase the refill pack after entering into the segment via the Pump pack. Although incidence of hand wash in a day is quite high. bar soaps being typically used for washing hands. Markets for various categories ‐ The Liquid Handwash Market Dettol introduced the Liquid Hand Wash in 1994. Savlon. monsoon. the penetration has been showing a steady increase. 59 Crores by end of 2007(see Exhibit 4a for market size in volume and value). However. was launched in 2007 with the objective of driving everyday relevance of Dettol soap. penetration of liquid handwash is still low in India (estimated as 10% of all Urban House Holds in 2007). Given category building efforts. Dettol Liquid Soap gave the consumers a soap in a more modern and convenient format for handwash. this segment was historically dominated by Dettol Liquid Hand wash. In hand washing. . The dispensing pack dominated the market with over 60% contribution (2005). As part of this campaign. It was known that many consumers use Dettol Soap for cleaning hands. Due to its early and continued efforts in building the segment and given the strength of the parent brand Dettol. the need for germ protection is top most on consumer’s mind. The segment is broadly split in two formats: i) Dispensing Format: Pump Packs ii) Refilling Formats: Refill sizes (varying from 200ml to 5 ltr) The category evolution has been based on the increasing penetration of the Pump pack over a period of time. and winter. Dettol’s major competitors in this segment are Lifebuoy. In order to address this. The size of the liquid hand wash market is relatively small –Rs. Over the last three years. a new educative campaign. seasonal hooks were used to establish germ relevance ‐ summer. the linkage of germs to the illnesses they cause was limited.: 75 years of Dettol brand to the regular soaps in the market once the felt need for germ protection was over. while consumers accepted that germs might be presented. the motivators are ‘protection from germs’ followed by ‘convenience of use’. FEM. Dettol soap witnessed a sharp surge in sales with the new advertisement (see Exhibit 3m for soap communication). Moreover. the awareness for refill packs is still low.
Additionally. The distribution for both category and Dettol Hand Wash has been on a rising curve – with more than three lac outlets stocking the hand wash segment (see Exhibit 4d for distribution details). consumers look for product attributes like nice fragrance and softness. priced at Rs. Close to 25% of the category business comes from this channel. Variants become a key driver for widening the consumer choice set in such a shopping pattern. supporting its relaunch. As per consumer research. The liquid hand wash portfolio is sold via all three distribution channels of the company. the number 1 category driver for hand washing has been ‘need for protection from germs’.3% to 19.79/‐ for 250ml pump pack). Other players also have multiple variants with Lifebuoy having four and Fem having eight. It used to be the strong number two brand until recently. ie. However. it is so far the only significant player that invests in the category. Similarly. Self‐service stores. Positioned on a ‘protection from germs’ platform it carries the tagline of ‘have no fear’ in the Liquid handwash segment too. Other than Dettol.. The self‐select environment of the target consumer has multiple implications for the brand. in the first quarter of 2007. As the market evolved and the Pouch refill segment grew.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. it was the first player to launch the Pouch refill pack. Its share went up from 9. FEM: Fem. from Ivory chemicals. namely: (a) Modern Trade – self‐service channel (b) Direct Distributors in large towns (c) Sub Stockist network for reach into smaller towns. all the other competitors entered the pouch refill segment in 2007. Dettol has played the role of the market leader and the innovator. namely. it has made quick gains in this segment. Dettol Liquid Hand wash currently has three variants. it has lost share heavily since the Lifebuoy Handwash relaunch. Skincare and Sensitive. was historically the key brand in liquid soap category. it launched a premium range of products under a sub brand of Fem Cool Angel (three variants.8% for the year 2007. In 2007. the latest product innovation offering from Dettol has been the launch of the small pump pack. 2006. Players in the Market: Lifebuoy: It became a serious player in Liquid handwash market in Q3. The brand is positioned on the platform of ‘soft hands and moisturizing care of Fem’. . In 2005.: 75 years of Dettol In building the segment. Original. at a lower pick up price. There are multiple product innovation opportunities from the international stable of Dettol hand Wash – which the brand team is evaluating for future launch. With media support and strong promotional support. Another characteristic of the hand wash market is its disproportional dependence on the Modern distribution channel.
The overall penetration in India is a meagre 1%. The user profile currently also has a slight female skew and the association of the product usage is with feelings of indulgence and ‘pampering oneself’. the message of need for hand washing and the risk of germs has been highlighted in various daily germ pick up situations (see Exhibit 4e for the 2005‐2007 advertisements). but with no strong marketing support. Santoor: As a strong player in the bar soaps market and with a high market‐share in the South. the support behind the category has been overall at a rather low level.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. Lux Body Wash. Santoor launched the Liquid Hand Wash in January 2007. Palmolive and Dove (see Exhibit 5b for volume and value brand shares). While the brand is supported by promotions mainly in the modern trade. In Oct 2006. Given the size of the market. given the usage of single product for handwashing and bathing in many homes. Markets for various categories ‐The Bodywash Market Dettol bodywash was launched in 2005 for further penetration into related categories and progression into the urban market. The market is dominated by a few key players namely. Savlon: It launched its handwash in March 2005 on the ‘gentle protection’ platform. It is not supported on air. The liquid hand wash category has seen a sharp increase in the competitive environment with new players entering in 2007 and big brands like Lifebuoy getting active. 55/‐ for 250ml Pump. it is not active on air. the CAGR has been near 30% (see Exhibit 5a for category size). Communication: Dettol hand wash communication has always focused on the core brand positioning of protection from germs. For the last 3 years.Post that. It currently has a 2% share. However. Chandrika & Margo are two such new entrants. they dropped prices from Rs. Its category size was Rs. 16 Crores in 2007. the brand has been off air. they are yet to make their presence felt. The category is considered ‘premium’ due to its high priced products (refer Exhibit 5c for the price chart). As the liquid handwash category grows. 90/‐ for 300ml Pump to Rs. trends in other semi‐developed markets . The current user profile of Body Wash is upper SECs who reside mainly in Metros. more and more bar soap players are launching liquid handwash. Over the years. along with media support. The Body Wash market is a small but fast growing category.: 75 years of Dettol Palmolive: Palmolive launched handwash in October 2003 with a premium pricing and imported stocks.
Apart from communication the initiatives that are currently undertaken are: 1. Dettol launched its campaign in May’07 ‘Pleasure for the Senses. Plaster: Dettol Plaster is an important brand in the basket since it is directly used in first aid and hence adds to the first aid range and core equity of the brand. use of soap is changed to bodywash format (almost to 50%). these two segments are not the focus for the team. Both brands used niche channels and occasionally use targeted magazines. Players in the market: Lux: It launched the MTV range – Friday Night Fever and ran spots on MTV Palmolive: It has launched the ‘Spa’ range with two variants – Thermal and Firming Dove: Has picked up in the bodywash market and launched a new product in 2007 Communication: Lux Body Wash did a big bang advertising launch in 2004 with celebrity endorsement (Kareena Kapoor).: 75 years of Dettol show that shower gels clearly the body‐wash market of the future. At this point in time. . the team is evaluating how hygiene awareness can be increased further. Currently.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. Protection for the Body’. Recognizing the same. Dettol Body Wash is distributed by the company in the top six metros and in the self‐service stores only. That year the category grew by 135%. In many developed countries.This has also been another successful extension for the brand. The insight into developing this product came from the use of Dettol Liquid in shaving water. Other initiatives One of the key challenges on use of Dettol has been low consumer awareness on germ pick up situations. The other advertiser in this segment was Palmolive. which has been advertising on a low but regular basis. Other Categories Shaving Cream: Dettol launched its shaving cream in 1996. The major competitor in the category is Band‐Aid from Johnson and Johnson. Dettol Surakshit Parivar: An on‐ground consumer contact program. where young mothers are educated on good hygiene practices and school children are educated on hand wash habits.
It was looking forward to finalizing various marketing strategies and initiatives to help it achieve its ambitious objectives. hygiene habits. Brand Dettol’s growth trend had been steady over the years. In the last few years. but the team felt that with the right strategies in place. 3. Dettol is working with Global Hygiene council. etc are some of the other initiatives. educational advertorials.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. it could leverage the growth momentum it had built in recent past. . there had been an acceleration in its growth. threat of illnesses. Looking Ahead. a council working towards increasing hygiene awareness across countries.: 75 years of Dettol 2. The results of and recommendations from the studies done are shared through the mass media.. Periodic advertorials on good hygiene practices.
Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.: 75 years of Dettol Exhibit 1 The complete range of products under Brand Dettol .
Market Size Market Size Value (Rs Crore) Market Size Volume (Kilo Ltr) 2b. 50 ml 100ml Dettol 10.07.720 3.40 2.86.: 75 years of Dettol Exhibit 2 Antiseptic Liquid market 2a.56 . Litres) 6.03.669 6.126 Volume Offtake ( Mn.37.245 3.8 17 Savlon 12. Distribution for Dettol in 2007 All India Northern Region Eastern Region Western Region Southern Region Distribution (no of outlets) 16.5 19.29 1.80.2 7339 Market Share (Value) Dettol Savlon Suthol 2005 86% 13% 0% 2006 85% 13% 1% 2007 84% 13% 2% 2c.43 1.18 1.3 6499 2007 120.580 2.5 2d.1 5719 2006 103. Market Shares 2005 90.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. Pricing for Dettol & Savlon for different sizes in Rs.
31 0.29 0.3 0.32 0.35.32 0.43. These parameters are grouped as shown.36 0.47.217 5768 2005 5.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.923 5921 2006 5.32 0.884 6046 2007 5.29 0.37.25 0.32 0.32 0.23 0.2 0.35 0. Category ( Bathing soap ) drivers for consumption 2004 5.34 0.215 6548 Category Driver : Bar Soap (body) Trust Pleasant fragrance Brand for me High quality Cleans effectively Modern Leaves skin soft Lathers well Good VFM Is gentle on my skin Ideal for whole family Suitable for everyday Innovative products Lasting fragrance Rinses easily Effective killing germs Natural ingredients Protects against infection Kills viruses Recommended by medical profession 0.: 75 years of Dettol Exhibit 3 Bar soap market 3a.32 0. . Market Size Volume(Tons) Value(Rs crore) 3b.34 0.29 0.29 0.4 Connection Germ Protection Efficacy Value Innovative Experience Gentle Note: Each individual parameter is rated from a scale of 0 to 1.
7 202.3% 8.3% 0.1 .1 111.3 409.4 251.4 242.9 145. Toilet Soap Classification Sales revenues of major brands in 2007 Classifications Baby Beauty Fairness Freshness Haircare Health Herbal Others Skincare Total Toilet Soap 2007 value share 2.7 427.: 75 years of Dettol 3c.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.7 1139.5 71.0 322.1 194.4% 0.7% 3.0% Major brands JOHNSON'S BABY LUX SANTOOR GODREJ NO 1 BREEZE NIRMA REXONA NIMA JO MYSORE SANDAL DYNA CINTHOL LIRIL LIFEBUOY DETTOL SAVLON HAMAM MEDIMIX MARGO PEARS DOVE Classifications Baby Beauty Beauty Beauty Beauty Beauty Beauty Beauty Beauty Beauty Beauty Freshness Freshness Health Health Health Herbal Herbal Herbal Skincare Skincare 2007 value in Rs crore 149.5 447.8% 52.7% 100.6 62.3% 4.0 175.8 1151.1 155.5 45.5 37.3% 23.2% 4.9 96.5 68.
9 0.5 Q2'05 4 19 15 5.7 0.5 0.6 7.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.4 18 16 5.4 6.6 15.9 9.6 10 6.3 5.6 18 18 6.3 22.1 0.3 18.3 6.2 10 6.7 4.7 4.3 0.2 18 18 7.6 10 6.7 Q3'06 4.8 0.9 0.6 18.5 21 16 6.9 0.5 0.6 6.3 8.5 5. Market shares of major brands by value and volume Market Share Value (%) Dettol Lifebuoy Lux Santoor Breeze Godrej No 1 Savlon 2004 3.2 6.7 9.6 5.6 0.7 5.6 Q1'05 3.3 0.6 6.9 4.6 Q2'06 4.2 2005 2.6 Q4'05 4 18 16 5.5 22 14 5.7 18 16.2 9.8 6.3 Q2'05 2.3 9.3 Q1'05 1.1 0.3 23 13 4.4 Q3'06 2.6 0.9 6.: 75 years of Dettol 3d.4 0.8 7.2 0.4 Q4'07 3.9 18 18 6.2 0.1 6.2 6.9 17.3 2006 2.2 0.7 9.9 18.6 Q4'06 4.3 17.3 19 16 5.3 0.3 .4 9.8 0.1 6.9 6.7 19 17 5.5 6 6.1 21 17 6 9.2 18 18 6 6.6 Q4'07 5.2 4.5 5.3 Q2'07 3.5 0.7 22 14 5.9 16.5 Market Share Volume (%) Dettol Lifebuoy Lux Santoor Breeze Godrej No 1 Savlon 2004 2 21.5 Q1'07 3.3 Q1'06 2.6 2007 4.2 6.3 6.4 9.8 21 16 5.8 8.8 23 14 4.4 2007 3 20.8 18 18 5.3 Q3'05 2.9 6.6 6.3 0.9 0.2 13.3 0.6 7.4 15.2 23 15 5 9.5 5.5 4.8 4.6 2006 4.6 9.3 Q2'06 2.5 5.7 4.2 9.6 0.1 11.1 21 16 6.2 9.6 5.3 0.5 5.9 6.7 6.6 Q1'06 3.2 9.7 8.1 8.4 9.2 6.5 7.5 0.6 21.3 5.2 0.4 Q3'07 3.6 0.3 21 16 5.8 14.6 21 16 5.6 0.1 0.2 6.6 17 18 6.3 7.3 Q1'07 2.6 Q3'05 4.3 6.2 0.6 Q3'07 5.9 21 16 5.5 Q2'07 5 17 19 6.4 Q4'06 2.3 Q4'05 2.4 4.5 0.7 9.4 2005 3.
1 0.2 1.4 7.9 14.4 13.3 1.6 7.5 6.3 5.9 1.7 1.9 1091 26.3 1.3 1.5 4.0 1.5 4.3 13.1 1.0 3.1 3.1 8.1 0.6 .8 2.6 8.4 6.4 1.8 7.5 1.6 NA 0.0 0.1 2.7 2.7 1.6 2.0 1.4 0.3 1.8 1787 18.7 7.2 3.0 4.8 0.9 2.9 6.5 4.9 0.3 3.9 1.9 0.0 0.6 17.3 9.3 0.8 6.3 2.6 1.0 3.1 4.6 1.0 0.3 0.5 1.6 2.7 3.5 2.0 2.9 1.1 3.7 2.1 1581 17.2 2.5 2.2 1.6 19.4 8.2 1.8 5.3 2.9 1.2 5.8 3.9 0.0 0.5 0.2 13.1 2.: 75 years of Dettol 3e.8 0.6 2088 15.1 1. Region Wise value share of major brands TOILET SOAPS value in Rs crore* LIFEBUOY LUX SANTOOR GODREJ NO 1 DETTOL BREEZE PEARS NIRMA HAMAM REXONA MEDIMIX JOHNSON'S BABY CINTHOL NIMA JO MYSORE SANDAL DYNA DOVE MARGO LIRIL 2007 East All India North West South 6548 17.0 1.4 19.0 2.1 10.9 0.9 1.0 2.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.3 1.
046 6.5 14.961 20.6 4.8 6.0 4.1 4.5 5.8 12.9 0.9 22.6 7.0 11.75.7 4.5 0.9 0.9 17.3 0.8 14.5 17.90.810 40.37.7 0.655 2.8 5.717 2007 62.942 21.4 14.1 5.9 0.4 4.881 184.108.40.206 11.29.3 8.140 2.6 5.5 3.2 14.7 0.41.7 2.3 0.53.221 42.6 5.9 12.078 10.822 26.7 13.08.0 15.2 6.9 0.297 6.5 2. Distribution for the top brands in terms of number of outlets (table1) .0 2.44.2 0.797 18.9 3.60.0 12.7 13.5 3.7 14.63.08.2 17.6 7.040 1.8 6.3 0.039 42.0 7.418 36.84.858 2006 60.1 0.0 15.9 14.3 15.726 26.0 0.57.1 4.0 5.472 11.: 75 years of Dettol Geography‐wise value shares (%) for major brands TOILET SOAPS value in Rs Crores* DETTOL Dettol Small Packs Dettol Large Packs LUX Lux Small Packs Lux Large Packs LIFEBUOY Lifebuoy Small Packs Lifebuoy Large Packs SANTOOR Santoor Small Packs Santoor Large Packs All India Metro 2006 2007 All India All India Towns Class All India Rest of Urban Rural 1 2006 2007 2006 2007 2006 2007 All India (Urban+Rural) 2006 2007 1.0 4.4 18.28.0 4.5 6.2 0.3 6.65.5 2.8 1.234 13.5 5.8 12.611 46.450 1.301 24.077 45.21.089 19.1 14.10.1 0.9 6.07.7 2.012 1.2 22.275 38.4 4.883 12.3 3.29.524 24.1 1.7 0.1 7.3 18.792 220.127.116.11 4.696 2005 59.9 5.9 2.2 1.078 1.14.383 42.16.3 18.3 4.0 4.81.4 16.0 2.1 5.0 2.1 2.925 12.1 15.8 18.9 *Note: Figures are rounded off 3f.032 5.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.294 5.35.5 16.0 18.0 6.74.1 2.4 4.96.6 5.7 0.8 3.549 4.339 1.9 17.473 13.902 6.5 12.3 14.1 3.24.843 .5 2.2 3.2 15.5 7.no of dealers (table 2) Table 1 Body soaps Dettol Lifebuoy Lux Santoor Breeze Godrej No 1 Savlon 2004 57.29.8 13.0 15.3 17.7 0.057 14.95.0 5.2 7.0 14.8 4.0 16.5 4.
3 21.2 62.74.: 75 years of Dettol Table 2 All India Metro All India Towns Class 1 All India Rest of Urban All India Rural All India (Urban+Rural) TOILET SOAPS DETTOL Dettol Small Packs LUX Lux Small Packs LIFEBUOY Lifebuoy Small Packs SANTOOR Santoor Small Packs 2006 2007 2006 2007 2006 2007 2006 2007 2006 2007 7.8 50.7 7.8 7.1 26.1 39.0 3.5 6.2 69.5 0.9 76.7 32.81.4 76.4 70.8 5.3 .910 48.5 25.8 35.6 74.2 4.5 39.667 41.977 54.6 73.6 20.6 29.2 0.9 7.918 35.9 27.7 63.10.1 32.1 37.031 21.185 46.0 29.7 47.5 0.3 73.8 18.2 70.5 9.44.7 11.2 71.0 74.2 0.5 82.11.7 21.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.75.497 57.6 29.1 11.9 80.3 9.0 28.9 5.3 43.0 4.5 74.88.6 46.3 20.1 40.4 30.9 10.2 30.2 38.0 42.2 0.7 37.5 67.1 7.1 60.8 49.2 32.9 9.077 47.8 41.8 9.6 69.773 31.6 10.1 80.72.0 18.104.22.168 66.2 11.6 12.2 72.334 25.2 83.
1 0.7 7.7 1.7 0.9 0.5 3.4 0.3 0.3 15.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.7 0.9 0.6 0 0.1 0.5 4.7 0.9 0.3 2006 0.5 0.1 .4 0.5 2007 0.9 2006 0 0.9 0.5 3.1 2005 0 0. Variant contribution to market shares for key players Dettol Cool Skin Care Original Lifebuoy Skin Guard Clear Skin DeoFresh Nature Care Total/Strong Lux Pink White International Black Festive Glow Aqua Haute Pink White Glow Crystal Shine Provocateur 2005 8.5 0.8 0.5 1.9 0.3 0.9 6.1 2005 0 0.3 0.9 1.2 0.7 0.: 75 years of Dettol 3g.7 14.3 0.7 0 0 0 2006 7.3 15 2007 7.6 0.8 2007 0.5 3.4 0.
5 .) 7 18 29 5 12 14 5 10 17 21. Pack size wise Contribution Pack Size 0‐50g 75g 90‐125g 150g Multi/Promo Pack Total 3i. Price chart for key players Dettol Lifebuoy Lux Size(g) 35 70 120 42 90 115 45 75 100 125 Category 16% 11% 39% 3% 32% 100% Dettol 3% 45% 12% 0% 40% 100% Lifebuoy 28% 1% 55% 0% 16% 100% Lux 24% 11% 52% 2% 12% 100% Santoor 16% 0% 70% 3% 11% 100% MRP(Rs.: 75 years of Dettol 3h.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.
: 75 years of Dettol 3j.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. Brand Dettol: Seasonality Note:The graphs show a trend in house‐hold penetration of Dettol in urban areas and value share (actual & expected) in the soap market .
: 75 years of Dettol 3k.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. Region‐wise seasonality for Dettol soap consumption .
: 75 years of Dettol 3l.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. while the other figures in the table indicate percentage of respondents who have given a particular reason for dislike . Dettol: Reasons for dislike (if any) Note: The base represents the number of respondents interviewed.
Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. Communication for Dettol soaps Summer Advertisement Monsoon Advertisement .: 75 years of Dettol 3m.
Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.: 75 years of Dettol Winter Advertisement .
4 2185 2007 58.3 1430 2005 27.7 3236 8.Rs.Kiloltr) Recent Quarters Market Size (Value. Market Size Market Size (Value.9 764 13.8 651 13.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd.8 865 15.2 850 .9 758 15.Kiloltr) 4b.Rs.4 513 9.4 478 9. Crore) Market Size (Volume. Market shares of leading brands Yearly Dettol Lifebuoy Fem Savlon Palmolive Santoor Recent Quarters Dettol Lifebuoy Fem Savlon Palmolive Santoor Q1'06 54% 8% 29% 2% 4% 0% Q2'06 54% 8% 29% 3% 4% 0% Q3'06 56% 11% 26% 2% 3% 0% Q4'06 53% 14% 21% 1% 5% 0% Q1'07 50% 17% 21% 1% 7% 1% Q2'07 50% 19% 19% 1% 7% 2% Q3'07 51% 20% 16% 1% 7% 2% Q4'07 50% 23% 11% 1% 7% 2% 2004 53% 0% 29% 13% 0% 2005 58% 4% 27% 2% 6% 0% 2006 54% 10% 26% 2% 4% 0% 2007 51% 20% 17% 1% 7% 0% Q1'06 Q2'06 Q3'06 Q4'06 Q1'07 Q2'07 Q3'07 Q4'07 2004 26.: 75 years of Dettol Exhibit 4 Liquid Handwash market 4a.9 542 11. Crore) Market Size (Volume.8 1626 2006 39.
Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. Price Chart for various pack sizes Format Brand Dettol Dettol Lifebuoy Fem Palmolive Santoor Dettol Lifebuoy Fem Palmolive Pouch Refill Santoor Dettol Lifebuoy Fem Palmolive Large Refill Santoor MRP 55 38 40 55 55 55 30 25 29.5 150 150 Size (ml) 250 135 200 250 250 250 200 180 200 250 180 1000 900 1000 1000 1000 Pump Pack .: 75 years of Dettol 4c.5 35 27 150 125 159.
: 75 years of Dettol 4d.Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. Availability Trend with respect to the number of outlets 150000 350000 300000 250000 200000 100000 50000 0 '0 6 Ja n' 07 M ar '0 7 '0 6 Se pt '0 6 ay '0 6 Ja n' 06 M ar '0 6 ay '0 7 y' 07 '0 7 No v LHW Dettol Lifebuoy Fem Se pt '0 7 Ju l M M Palmolive *LHW stands for Liquidhandwash 4e. Communication 2005 2006 2007 ‐ current Ja n' 08 M ar '0 8 Ju l No v .
) 70 40 90 45 125 85 45 Per 100 ml 28 32 36 34. .Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd. Market Size Value (Rs crores) Volume (kilo ltr) 5b. Market shares for major brands by value and volume Market Size (Value) Palmolive Dove Lux Fiama Di Wills Fa Dettol Market Size (Volume) Palmolive Dove Lux Fiama Di Wills Fa Dettol 5c. the price indices for competitive brands in various pack sizes has been calculated.2 329 2006 12.6 50 34 36 Price Index* 100 114 129 124 179 121 129 *Note: Considering the ‘cheapest per 100 ml’ pack as 100.2 436 2007 16.: 75 years of Dettol Exhibit 5 Bodywash market 5a. Price chart for major players 2004 52% 38% 2004 50% 39% 2005 44% 5% 42% 4% 2005 43% 4% 45% 4% 2006 41% 5% 44% 6% 2006 37% 3% 50% 7% 2007 37% 15% 41% 4% 2007 36% 12% 45% 4% 2005 9.3 580 Brand Lux Lux Palmolive Palmolive Dove Dettol Dettol Size(ml) 250 125 250 130 250 250 125 Price(Rs.
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