Project Report On CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR OF KFC

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is an original work of the undersigned and has not been reproduced from any other source. Date: Place: Ansal Institute of Technology. Gurgaon (Varun Gupta) 4 . which has been submitted to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University.Declaration I Varun Gupta of Bachelor in Business Administration (BBA) hereby declare that the project work titled Consumer Behavior of KFC.

it would not have been possible without the kind support and help of many individuals.ACKNOWLEDGEMENT A lot of hard work and effort has gone into this project. I would like to extend my sincere thanks to all of them. I would like to express my gratitude towards my parents and member of Ansal Institute of Technology for their kind co-operation and encouragement which help me in completion of this project. My thanks and appreciations also go to my colleagues in developing the project and people who have willingly helped me out with their abilities. However. (VARUN GUPTA) 5 . I am highly indebted to Dr Ashita Sharma for her guidance and constant supervision as well as for providing necessary information regarding the project and also for her support in completing the project.

8. 10. 11.No. 4.OVERVIEW RESEARCH OBJECTIVES LITERATURE REVIEW METHODOLOGY OF STUDY STUDY RESULTS AND ITS INTERPRETATIONS CONCLUSION RECOMMENDATIONS QUESTIONNAIRE BIBLIOGRAPHY Page No. 6. 5 8 12 18 19 21 22 39 40 85 89 6 . 2. 7. PREFACE INTRODUCTION INDIAN FAST FOOD INDUSTRY.CONTENT S. 3. Topic 1. 9. 5.

in terms of frequency of fast food consumption. almost a third of urban Indians now claim to opt for fast food even for breakfast. over 70% of urban Indians consumes food from take-away restaurants once a month or more frequently. most notably the ill-fated launch of KFC in 1995 in Bangalore. As the rapid pace of an urban lifestyle exerts its demands. This will see an increasing proportion of inhome food and beverage consumption migrating outdoors.PREFACE The Fast Food phenomenon has finally come of age in India. After clocking 40% growth during the past five years. Changing lifestyles. global food retailing major Yum! Restaurants International is now aiming really big in India. While eating fast food may have been uncharacteristic earlier. new types of cuisines and new menu choices. most importantly. along with the emergence of new players. Yum’s decade long affair with India went through some teething problems. with various multinational fast food chain operators expanding into new geographies daily. Of these 37% of adult Indian population do so at least once a week. This makes India one of the top 10 countries amongst the 28 surveyed. As fast food consumption moves from being an impulse led occurrence to a part of everyday life. fast food will probably find itself the default choice. Yum wants to log in a massive eight-fold growth in the next decade. 7 . the urban Indian acquiring a more ‘global palette’ have catalyzed its consumption. an altered view towards out-of-home meals. Riding on the consistently impressive performance of the past one decade. The incidence of Fast Food consumption in urban India is accelerating much faster than most people anticipated. The launch got mired in a controversy. a willingness to spend and. The fast food business has become ever more competitive. driven by the massive success of its flagship brand Pizza Hut here. According to the findings of the latest online survey from ACNielsen. eating habits are changing rapidly.

Questionnaire included demographic profile and behavior-based profile mainly in for of open-ended questions. The study was undertaken to generate information on the lines of • • • • • • • Who is buying my brand / category Who are the heavy category buyers Why do consumers choose my brand Do consumers understand what my brand stands for How do they spend money on eating. KFC will be the mass brand with focus on tasty food. it is possible to improve and change consumers’ perceptions of a brand. The study was conducted at KFC and McDonald’s outlets in Noida and Rajouri and covered 100 Respondents for each. over 1.out? What motivates consumer to purchase What is my brand personality perceived as and how does it compare to the competition What other categories interact with mine.7 lakh people walk into KFC outlets across the country every week. Knowing how consumers view your brand is critical to developing the brand through a more effective marketing and promotion strategies. great taste.but the company has managed to put that behind and has been recording an impressive double digit growth since then. After preparing the questionnaire and selecting the respondents for the survey. Through marketing and sales techniques. A major part of the India strategy is the allocation of clear roles to Pizza Hut and KFC to deliver on the vision. real value or other attributes. And to make this possible a better understanding of KFC consumers was required. and which are important What cross category opportunities are there How loyal are category buyers • • • The study was conducted in two phases. it was 8 . and today. The first phase was carried to profile customers of KFC and Mc Donald’s. Brands have personalities that can scream quality.

Original Recipe. 9 . The fast food industry is all set to grow at a scorching pace and it is an honor to be involved with an International Player in that segment and do this project on their ad-agency’s behalf. It was an enriching experience and I was able to learn a lot from the project. The survey was an eye opener of sorts in many respects as the agency got many valuable insights from the extensive research carried out. Zinger Burger and Chicken in a Bucket. The most important reasons being “to catchup with friends” and “being in the area”. The products were Chana Crunch Snacker.thought best to get the questionnaire filled by personally interviewing the people eatingout upon their exit from these joints. Hot & Crispy Chicken. These further helped devise a positioning strategy for each of these products so as to give them a personality of their own which will stand out in customers minds the moment they think of food. It improved my understanding of various concepts and the most valuable input was the ability to integrate classroom learning with on-field learning. Chicken Crunch Snacker. Data also indicates that there is a high inclination of KFC consumers to also visit Mc Donald’s while very less inclination of Mc Donald’s consumers to visit KFC The second phase was carried out was an In-store exercise with a sample size of 270 respondents and focused on 6 main products of KFC and understanding of their consumers. The frequency of eating out is very high among KFC consumers most of who are non-vegetarians. The store mainly attracts customers from limited neighboring areas. The Key findings were the Key target segment for each product. the product as it stands for in minds of people. the day part and occasion when it is consumed. The complete analysis and other results are included in this report. We came to know that the present key customers are young adults either executives or students who come with friends in groups of 2 to 5. and also the need states it satisfies.

There are also simpler fast-food outlets. the idea of ready-cooked food to go is as old as cities themselves. in a fashion which minimizes cost. by contrast. i. or reheated to order. Often this food is referred to as fast food. The American company White Castle is generally credited with opening the first fast-food outlet in 1921. on a large scale with standard ingredients and standardized cooking and production methods. In most fast food 10 . In response to increasing backlash against "fast food". Ancient Roman cities had bread-and-olive stands. which may or may not provide shelter or chairs for customers History: Although fast-food restaurants are often seen as a mark of modern technological culture. with unique variations from culture to culture.INTRODUCTION Fast Food: A fast-food restaurant is characterized both by food which is supplied quickly after ordering. selling hamburgers for five cents apiece. Many fast-food restaurants are part of restaurant chains or franchise operations. such as stands or kiosks. lies in serving one or two basic ingredients that can be cooked in batches and served quickly on the spot. East Asian cultures feature noodle shops. and by minimal service. which ship standardized foodstuffs to each restaurant from central locations. Food Preparation: The convenience of traditional street food around the world.e. is often highly processed and prepared in an industrial fashion. Consumers still refer to the restaurants as fast-food restaurants despite the industry's efforts to change them The food in these restaurants is often cooked in bulk in advance and kept cold. the industry has been trying to move the public away from that term over the past five years. as the earliest fast-food outlets sold hamburgers as their primary product.. It is usually rapidly served in cartons or bags or in a plastic wrapping. The modern history of fast food in America is connected with the history of the hamburger. Modern commercial fast food. shifting to the term quick service restaurant (QSR for short). Flat bread and falafel are ubiquitous in the Middle East.

Additionally. however. cooked (usually by microwave or deep-frying) or assembled in a short amount of time.operations. multinational fast-food chains are not the only or even the primary source of fast food in most of the world. Multinational corporations typically modify their menus to cater to local tastes and most oversees outlets are owned by native franchisees. McDonald's in India. is provided by small individual mom and pop eateries. fast food products are often made with ingredients formulated to achieve a certain flavor or consistency and to preserve freshness. these concessions to local practice have not quashed criticism. Changes: Fast-food chains have come under fire from consumer groups (such as the Center for Science in the Public Interest. uniformity and low cost. However. the use of additives and processing techniques that substantially alter the food from its original form and reduce its nutritional value. In Egypt and Saudi Arabia. uses lamb rather than beef in its burgers because Hinduism traditionally forbids eating beef. This process ensures quality and consistency of product. all menu items are halal. 11 . for example. multinational chains are considerably more expensive. International Chains: Fast-food restaurants are popular in the United States. Most fast food in the developing world. but is also the key to being able to deliver the order quickly to the customer and eliminate labor and equipment costs in the individual stores. they usually are frequented because they are considered chic and somewhat glamorous and because they usually are much cleaner than local eateries Nutritional Value: Because the fast food concept relies on speed. a longtime fast-food critic) over the past decade. the source of most of its innovation. This requires a high degree of food engineering. menu items are generally made from processed ingredients prepared at a central supply facility and then shipped to individual outlets where they are reheated. Many regional and local chains have developed around the world to compete with international chains and provide menu items that appeal to the unique regional tastes and habits. In the developing world.

. and excessive consumption can lead to obesity Exploitative advertising and marketing are used. more varied and more nourishing tastes of fresh local ingredients harvested in season Some of the large fast-food chains are beginning to incorporate healthier alternatives in their menu. progress and well-ordered openness of Western society and therefore become trendy attractions in many cities around the world. its predictability can be reassuring to a hungry person in a hurry or far from home. particularly among younger people with more varied tastes Criticisms: Because of its convenience. some people see these moves as a tokenistic and commercial measure. One is that through economies of scale in purchasing and producing food. fast food is popular and commercially successful in most modern societies. In addition.g. customer service and novelty. but it is often criticized for having the following shortcomings: • • Many popular fast-food menu items are unhealthy.Some of the concerns have led to the rise of the so-called Slow Food movement. salads and fresh fruit. However. This movement seeks to preserve local cuisines and ingredients. especially directed at children (which can have an adverse effect on their eating habits and health) 12 . it strives to educate consumers' palates to prefer what it considers richer. Many consumers nonetheless see them as symbols of the wealth. McDonald's has announced that in March of 2006. American and American-style fast food outlets have been popular for their quality. rather than an appropriate reaction to ethical concerns about the world ecology and people's health. Among other things. and directly opposes laws and habits that favor fast-food choices. World over. these companies can deliver food to consumers at a very low cost. the chain will include nutritional information on the packaging of all of its products Consumer appeal: Fast-food outlets have become popular with consumers for several reasons. e.

low-benefit employment model. promoting exploitative labor practices throughout the food and food service industry • Its franchising scheme (royalties) 13 .• It causes environmental damage through excessive packaging and clearing forests for animal rearing • It reduces the diversity of local cuisines • It survives on a low-wage.

service. with homegrown players like Niruala's and Pizza Corner and MNCs like Pizza Hut and Wimpy's already having established themselves in the market.INDIAN FAST FOOD INDUSTRY. the company faced intense competition from domestic food chains. Domino's was in a dilemma about how it should position pizza . McDonald's success had been built on its commitment to the QSCV (quality. McDonald's was facing several problems. While McDonald's was establishing itself Domino's faced tough competition when it entered India. when its executives started making exploratory trips.as a meal or a snack? How far should they go in indianising the pizza so that it had mass appeal. and opened its first restaurant in Bangalore. Ltd. Indian customers viewed the product sold by McDonalds not 14 . However. KFC has chosen to set up its own outlet in Delhi. Most Indians thought McDonald's was expensive. In 1998. Vikram Bakshi (whose family was in real estate) entered into a JV with McDonald’s for Delhi. when it entered the Indian market. The home delivery concept that the company introduced had not yet caught on. and many didn't like the fact that it served only non-vegetarian meals. and yet did not lose its identity? In 1997. some international suppliers of McDonald’s had visited India to identify local partners. Globally. The previous year. By 1994. The 'bland' taste of its preparations didn't go down well with the Indian palate. Meetings with agriculturists were conducted with a view to set up a supply chain. Pizza Hut entered in 1996. Gaining acceptance locally and blending into the Indian culture proved difficult. Domino’s set up base in India by entering into a long-term franchisee agreement with the Bhartia brothers who had businesses in chemicals and fertilizers. In 1996. Similarly. Finally. Besides. all this fructified when a 50:50 joint venture was entered between McDonald’s and Hardcastle Restaurants Pvt. But they found it difficult to establish themselves. Both partners signed the JVs in April 1995.OVERVIEW In the mid 1990s. a spate of global fast food chains entered India hoping to capture a part of Indian fast food segment. owned by Amit Jatia and his family. cleanliness and value) principle. McDonald’s began to look at the Indian market sometime in 1990.

didn’t enhance its appeal. In early 1998.as burgers per se but as fast service in a clean setting. Their findings revealed that KFC was perceived as a restaurant serving only chicken. It wanted to position itself as a family restaurant and not as a teenage hangout. was not able to do so. so was the case with ‘mutton’ burgers. Other fast food chains began to adopt the same 'fast and clean service' formula. KFC’s failure was also partly attributed to certain drawbacks in the message it sent out to consumers about its positioning. This notion of value was something that could not remain unique. as its revenues did not pick up. From the meticulous sourcing of raw materials and the elimination of beef and pork from its ‘desi’ menus to even segregating the vegetarian and non-vegetarian workers. KFC began to investigate whole issue more closely. 15 . and introducing variations and dishes that were not available at any McDonald's outlet anywhere in the world. choosing names like McAloo and Maharaja Mac. and the impression that KFC had only one item on its menu. INDIANIZING ALL THE McDonald’s WAY It gain acceptance locally. (something it had never done in any other market). consumers. India was the first country to use the complete vegetable burger. Indian families wanted more variety. But according to analysts. and soon it wasn't a distinguishing feature of McDonald's anymore. KFC was also thought to be expensive. Moreover. which initially planned to set up 30 restaurants by 1998. McDonald’s seemed to be extremely orthodox in its approach. doctors and environmentalists. the ‘family restaurant’ positioning didn’t come clearly in its communication. The entry of Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) was greeted with protests of farmers. McDonald’s had to modify its menu – substituting mutton for beef in the burgers. creating the eggless mayonnaise vegetable burger. Consumers saw it as a fast food joint specializing in a chicken recipe. The fast food chain.

In May 2002. In January 1997. Inc. Inc. Before long customers were turning up for food alone. It was during this time that the Colonel devised his recipe for fried chicken using a secret blend of eleven Herbs and spices.000 restaurants around the world. PepsiCo.the largest chain of chicken restaurants in the world. Using his last $105 Social Security cheque he set up Kentucky Fried Chicken. which provided him with a nickel for every chicken the restaurant sold. Colonel Sanders entered upon a handshake agreement.5 million people make KFC part of their lives. It was at the age of 40 working as a service station operator in Kentucky that the Colonel Harland D Sanders began to serve food to hungry travelers from his own living quarters. Long John Silvers. Laid head to 16 . His restaurant became so popular the state governor made Harland Saunders a Kentucky Colonel in honour of his fine contribution to state cuisine. to an internationally renowned restaurant chain . KFC now offers great tasting meals and snacks in over 30. Pizza Hut and Taco Bell restaurants. Inc. but innovation and customer satisfaction are our passions” Since the 1950's.500 in more than 100 countries and territories. announced the spin-off of its quick service restaurants -KFC. travelling across the country from restaurant to restaurant cooking chicken for the owners and their employers. Taco Bell and Pizza Hut -. Following the owners' approval of his special KFC recipe. which owns A&W All-American Food Restaurants.into an independent restaurant company. KFC has grown at a remarkable pace from one small roadside restaurant. is the world's largest restaurant company in terms of system units with nearly 32. KFC.KFC HISTORY “Chicken is our business. Every day over 6. the company announced it received shareholders' approval to change it's corporation name to Yum! Brands. so he moved across the street to a motel and 142-seater restaurant which he named "Sanders". his own chicken franchising business. Tricon Global Restaurants. The company.

claw. This is just the beginning of the decade long plan for consolidating its position in here. over 1. The Delhi outlet saw over 10. to tens of thousands of farmers protesting against a suspected takeover of the locally based agricultural system. But the company has managed to put that behind and has been recording an impressive double-digit growth since then. which is in the process of getting finalized. behavioral aspects and need states to fine tune the positioning strategy. Also. its arrival sparked immediate controversy. When India’s first KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) opened in 1995. and today.000 storming into it in the first two days of opening! As a part of the growth strategy. and its clear the company is ready to tweak its global positioning around tasty-chicken platform to woo Indian vegetarians. especially Delhi and Mumbai. as it wants to tap these markets first. with the KFC Hyderabad being a case in point.7 lakh people walk into the 12 KFC outlets across the country every week. YIR plans to add about 20 more KFC footprints from the present 12 outlets. is not going to be chicken specific but for taste. A major chunk of this operation will target big cities. This research is designed to confirm the feasibility of this fact and also find the key consumer’s demographic. KFC chickens consumed worldwide would stretch 458. a first in the world. The positioning. The other significant point is KFC’s efforts too woo vegetarians in India.065 kilometres and would circle the earth at the equator 11 times. Combine the inclusion of vegetarian items and with the affordability platform. 17 . unlike Pizza Hut’s franchisee model. as KFC is present at only 12 locations. The company plans to make it a mass brand. ranging from local government charges that the restaurant sold carcinogenic foods laced with harmful monosodium glutamate. this expansion will be company-financed to a large extend. which indicates the beginning of the expansion spree.

Ltd headed by Vikram Bakshi owns and operates the Northern operations. Vadodara. we are the world's largest food service system with more than 30.000 restaurants in 100 countries. after which they trained extensively.S. Amit Jatia and Vikram Bakshi who share McDonald's complete commitment to Quality.A. Ludhiana. Among these are McVeggie burger. Veg. Ever since then. Pune.A. McDonald's India has developed a special menu with vegetarian selections to suit Indian tastes and preferences and does not offer any beef or pork items in India. Cleanliness and Value (QSC&V) signed their joint-venture agreements with McDonald's in April 1995. Ahmedabad. Almost 50 years down the line. Service. they have re-formulated some of their products using spices favoured by Indians. in McDonald's restaurants in Indonesia and the U. serving more than 46 million customers every day McDonald's opened its doors in India in October 1996. Even their soft serves and McShakes are egg-less. 18 . Noida Faridabad. Ltd. along with their Indian management team. before opening the first McDonald’s restaurant in India. McDonald’s in India is a 50-50 joint venture partnership between McDonald’s Corporation [USA] and two Indian businessmen.McDonald’s Our first restaurant opened on 15th April 1955 in Des Plaines. Manesar. Delhi. Pizza McPuff and Chicken McGrill burger. They also created eggless sandwich sauces for our vegetarian customers. Jaipur. Illinois. Doraha.S. While Connaught Plaza Restaurants Pvt. In addition. U. Amit Jatia’s company Hardcastle Restaurants Pvt. offering a larger variety to our vegetarian consumers. owns and operates McDonald's restaurants in Western India. McAloo Tikki burger. McDonald’s has opened family restaurants in Mumbai.

KFC also entered India almost a decade ago but has remained largely dormant in its marketing activities. their demographic and behavioural profile. They had targeted kids & parents initially and have now moved on to popularizing their menu options and drive affordability. you can use it to persuade potential and existing customers that buying from you is in their best interests or alter it to satisfy customer’s wants. 19 . The incidence of Fast Food consumption in urban India is accelerating much faster than most people anticipated and western quick service restaurants (QSR’s) are increasingly making their presence felt in India. whether it sells directly to individuals or other businesses.The manner in which people choose and relate to various products at KFC. However it now wishes to expand its presence across various cities and step up its marketing aggression. needs and ultimately delight him with your product. Alternate choices and expectations while eating-out. Once you have this knowledge. key customers. occasions of visit and key similarities and differences between KFC and McDonald’s. Phase II. In that context it wants to explore Phase I. their demographic and behavioural profile. key customers.The manner in which people evaluate and relate to various branded QSR’s. occasions and time of visit. Mc Donald’s entered India a decade ago and have succeeded in expanding rapidly and successfully.NEED FOR STUDY Knowing and understanding customer needs is at the centre of every successful business. Past research has also showed McDonald’s to have a high popularity amongst kids and their preferred choice when eating out. his perception of KFC. Whether is should be positioned as a snack or a meal joint and where is KFC losing out or is at an advantage.

RESEARCH OBJECTIVES The objective of the research broadly is.out What motivates consumer to purchase What is my brand personality perceived as and how does it compare to the competition What other categories interact with mine. information in following areas need to be found out: • • • • • • • Who is buying my brand / category Who are the heavy category buyers Why do consumers choose my brand Do consumers understand what my brand stands for How do they spend money on eating. To be able to understand the consumer behaviour for fast food industry. and which are important What cross category opportunities are there • • The same exercise is repeated in Phase II but with a focus on six products of KFC amongst KFC consumers. “Understanding the KFC consumer”. 20 .

This makes India one of the top 10 countries amongst the 28 surveyed. Of these 37% of the adult Indian population do so at least once a week. campaign and legal affairs coordinator of PeTA. a non-government organisation.asp?newsID=112) (2) Protest marks KFC launch in Mumbai. According to the findings of the latest online survey from ACNielsen. demonstrated against KFC's treatment of animals before the new restaurant in the western Mumbai suburb of Bandra.acnielsen. told IANS. the world’s leading market research firm. Activists of the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).in/news. (http://www. in terms of frequency of fast food consumption. Urban Indians now find themselves amongst the top 10 most frequent consumers of Fast Food across the globe.co. cite ‘Cleanliness and Hygiene’ as the clincher for brand choice Asians flock to fast food counters more frequently than their American and European counterparts • The Fast Food phenomenon has finally come of age in India. 2006 The launch of fast food major Kentucky Fried Chicken's (KFC) outlet and its announcement of countrywide expansion plan here Thursday were marked by protests against the alleged maltreatment of chicken by the company." Jaya Simha. They held placards alleging that KFC's suppliers keep chickens in overcrowded farms. 21 . expansion plan May 11. over 70% of urban Indians consume food from take-away restaurants once a month or more frequently.LITERATURE REVIEW (1) Urban Indian Consumers amongst the Top 10 Most Frequent Eaters of Fast Food Globally • One-third of urban Indians opt for fast food even during breakfast. "KFC is the largest buyer of chicken and therefore the largest killer of chickens too.

"We were waiting for the right location all this while. he said the reason was that the company always looked to maintain its presence in the most important business location of any city. company officials view India as a key strategic market with immense potential for future growth. "By what we have experienced till now. Thursday also announced its expansion plan to have up to 28 outlets in the country by the end of 2006. Pizza Hut. (IANS) 22 . But the least KFC can do is keep the chicken comfortable till they are killed. Taco Bell.000 customers already being handled per outlet every day in the country. KFC today has more than 12. which opened its first restaurant in Bangalore in 1995. the world's largest chicken restaurant chain. now has 15 outlets including five in Bangalore. Ludhiana and Hyderabad. Speaking about the long delay in entering the Mumbai market.2 billion." Simha said. By the year-end we will have anywhere between 25-28 outlets. Kolkata. Chandigarh."Ideally we would like the world to turn vegetarian.300 restaurants in more than 80 countries serving eight million customers everyday. KFC's presence in Mumbai is an important step in extending the brand's presence in India. It is one of the five brands of YRI including. With around 2." Kohli clarified." said Sandeep Kohli. A&W and Long John Silver's." Kohli said. "We plan to expand to wherever our customers are and there is no limit to our expansion. KFC. whose flagship brand is KFC. our customers have had the best of experiences with us. two in Pune and one each in Mumbai. With global sales of $13. Kohli said. KFC. three in Delhi. managing director (Indian subcontinent) of "Yum! Restaurants International" (YRI).

consumers of specifically these products are chosen are interviewed. Emotional. Secondary data – Collected from documents of the company. Experiential and Positioning Aspect of KFC and KFC Ad-cept finding Designing a questionnaire that incorporates all factors which have a say directly or indirectly in a consumer’s decision (A sample of the questionnaire is attached with the report) • • • Sampling – A statistical approach to decision making Sample size chosen – 200 consumers for Phase I and 270 for phase II Proposed time for completion of the project – 8 weeks Data sources: Primary data – Consumer’s responses to their answers to questions in questionnaire. products and other differencing features through researches done for KFC Bangalore Studying KFC brand identity.PROCESS/METHODOLOGY OF STUDY MODUS OPERANDI • • • • Knowing KFC and understanding its problems since its entry in India Identification of customers. Past MR by various reputed organizations. magazines and online resources. Interviewing customers who have just eaten at these outlets Sample comprised the head of the group • Collection and tabulation of all data 23 . • Research environment – Outside KFC and Mc Donald’s outlets for Phase I and In-store KFC for Phase II • • Areas chosen for study: Noida Sector 18 and Rajouri Garden Sample is chosen at random for phase I and for phase II.

People coming out of these outlets after eating were questioned using a structured questionnaire. to 11 p. Hot & Crispy Chicken.m. For Phase I. Original Recipe Zinger Burger had 50 respondents each and Chicken in a Bucket had 30 respondents. Chicken Crunch Snacker.m. For Phase II.Chana Crunch Snacker. Similarly 100 respondents were interviewed at two locations of McDonald’s outlets at Sector 18 and Center Stage Mall.Data was collected from two outlets of KFC at Noida Sector 18 and City Square Mall. Six products of KFC. Noida.• • • Analysis and data interpretations Drawing inferences from the sample statistics Presentation of result RESEARCH METHODOLOGY We followed the non-probability sampling method as no well-defined databases or lists were available (sampling frame) for our target population from which we could randomly pick up sample elements. so that it has a fair reflection on its findings and was directed at people who had visited the outlet before. Rajouri garden and a sample size of 100 respondents was covered. 24 . Rajouri garden and a sample size of 270 respondents was covered in total. The research also tried covering the entire day’s timings from 11 a. Hence we followed random sampling.Date was collected from two outlets of KFC at Noida Sector 18 and City Square Mall.

o f F em ales o. The next group is between 25-35 years again for both fast food joints. But the point to be noted here is that in case of Mc Donald’s.1a Figure 1. 25 .2b Age distribution of Respondents shows both KFC & Mc Donald’s being dominated by the age group of 18-25 or the Young Adults.1b KFC consumers show a male skew vis-à-vis Mc Donald’s which has an even distribution. o f F e m a le s o . (2) AGE DISTRIBUTION OF RESPONDENTS A G E W IS E D IS T R IB U T I O N O F K F C C O N S U M E R S 10% 19% 13% AG E W IS E DIS TRIBUT IO N O F M c DO NAL D's CO NS UM ERS 12% 8% 32% 58% A G E B e l oAwG 1E 8 1 8A.2a Figure 1.I I. a major segment from these age groups are also coming with kids and usually the decision makers are the kids themselves which is not the case with KFC. DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE OF RESPONDENTS (1) SEX PROFILE OF RESPONDENTS M c D o n a ld 's R e s p o n d e n ts S e x R a tio K F C R e s p o n d e n t's S e x R a tio 44% 56% N o .2G 5E 2 5A.3G 5E A b o v e 3 5 4 8% A G E B elow 18 A G E 18-25 A G E 25-35 A G E A bove 35 Figure 1. of M a le s N Figure 1. o f M a le s N 38% 62% N o .STUDY RESULTS AND ITS INTERPRETATIONS PHASE.

Apart from single combos and bucket we also have duet meals. KFC clearly is the preferred choice of youth & young adults. 26 .3b Mc Donald’s has dominance in the working segment primarily driven by families. Figure 1.3a Figure 1. (4) NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN THE GROUP N u m b e r o f p e o p l e i n th e K F C R e sp o n d e n t's G r o u p N u m b e r o f p e o p le in t h e M c D o n a l d ' s R e s p o n d e n t ' s G r o u p 3% 43% 11% 14% 4% 43% N o o f Pe o p le in th e g r o u p = 1 N o o f Pe o p le in th e g r o u p = 2 47% 35% N o o f Pe o p le in th e g r o u p = 3 to 5 o o f Pe o p le in th e g r o u p = M o r e th a n 5 N N o o f P e o p le in t h e g r o u po = o1 f P e o p le in th e g r o u p = 2 N N o o f P e o p le in t h e g r o u po = o3 ftoP5e o p le in th e g r o u p = M o r e t h a n 5 N Large families show a preference for Mc Donald’s whereas KFC has more nucleus audience profile. H o u s e w if e W o r k in g 14% 8% S T U D E N T ( S c h o oSl)T U D E N T ( C o lle g S T U D E N T ( P o s t G r a d ) e) R e td .(3) OCCUPATION OF RESPONDENTS OCCUPATION OF KFC RESP ONDENTS O C C U P A T IO N O F M c D O N A L D ' s R E S P O N D E N T S 1% 40% 10% 23% 51% 0% 11% 16% 8% STUDENT(Sc hool) Housew if e STUDENT(College) Working 18% STUDENT(Pos t Grad) Retd.

5b For Mc Donald’s and KFC the highest percentage of Respondents coming to these outlets are with friends followed by families. But KFC has 9% more respondents coming with friends than Mc Donald’s while Mc Donald’s has a 10% more respondents coming with families than KFC.(5) NATURE OF GROUPS N A T U R E O F G R O U P -K F C F R IE N D S F A M IL Y C O L L E G U E S L O N E A N A T U R E O F G R O U P S .M c D O N A L D 's F R IE N D F A M IL Y O L L E G U E S O N E S C AL 10% 9% 13% 5% 18% 63% 28% 54% Figure 1.5a Figure 1. 27 .

4% of KFC consumers (including all people accompanying the respondents) are non-vegetarian while only 59.V e g M ixe d 62% 38% Figure 1.6b While Mc Donald’s seem to find appeal to all three segments.85 KFC 97. KFC seems to be losing out on mixed groups.4% of Mc Donald’s consumers (including all people accompanying the respondents) are non-vegetarian showing a clear liking of nonvegetarians for KFC food 28 . We may have to give some support to our vegetarian products. (7) INDIVIDUAL VEG/NONVEG SPLIT VE G/NONVEG SPLIT KFC-TOTAL 77 202 Mc D-TOTAL 0 50 147 100 150 VE Split G 200 215 250 300 350 400 Non veg split Figure 1.7a AVG Bill Value Mc Donald's 67.6a Figure 1.(6)FOOD PREFERENCE OF EXISTING CONSUMER GROUPS KF C C O N SUM ERS M c D O N A L D 'S C O N S U M E R S 26% 12% 36% O n ly Ve g O n ly N o n -Ve g Mixe d 26% O n ly V e g O n ly N o n .89 72.

00 INR 150.00 INR 50.7b Mc Donald’s focus on low unit price of its products & perceptions as a snack place seems to negatively rub off on average amount spent (8) AREA DISTRIBUTION OF CONSUMERS FROM RESPECTIVE OUTLET Mc Donald's-Area Distribution 8% 2% 12% 4% 10% NORTH W EST SOUTH CENTRAL OTHERS EAST(Ex cluding Noida) NOIDA 28% 64% NOIDA 36% Figure 1. Indicates we need to focus most of our marketing activities within this area 29 .AVG Bill Value KFC M Donald's c INR 0.00 97.89 Figure 1.00 67.85 INR 100.8a For both stores appeal is limited to primary to <10km of store radius.

However a significant number of people from south Delhi (having their office in the area) Area Distribution. 6% 2% KFC-Rajouri-Area Distribution 26% 52% 42% RAJOURI 10% EAST OTHERS SOUTH WEST(Excluding Rajouri) 2% NORTH CENTRAL RAJOURI 12% Figure 1.8c Primarily appeal limited to west Delhi.8b Appeal primary limited to <10 km radius of store.An overview  All these outlets attract most of their present consumers from nearby areas especially so for the Noida outlets of both Mc Donald’s and KFC 30 .0% 1% 18% KFC(Noida)-Area Distribution 42% 72% NOIDA 31% 1% 7% N R O TH W ST E SO TH U C N AL E TR O ES TH R E AST(E xcluding N oida) N ID O A Figure 1.

 With a large number of restaurants and fast-food joints or food courts coming up in various new malls there is a probability of shifting of consumers to nearer joints. However this needs to be validated over time as KFC is a newer outlet compared to McDonald’s in Noida 31 .1a Figure 2. 2. There are already a large number of fast food outlets in the area including specialty chicken restaurants in Noida Sector 18 that have a huge consumer base.1b Sharp difference in translating initial 2-3 visits to most visited fast food outlet. BEHAVIORAL PROFILE OF CONSUMERS (1) NUMBER OF VISITS TO THE OUTLET M c D o n a ld 's KFC 1 s t t im e2 -3 t im e s4 -6 t im e s6 + t im e s 11 % 13% 1s t tim e 2-3 tim es 4-6 tim es 6+ tim es 20 % 43 % 59 % 17% 21% 16 % Figure 2. However this needs to be validated over time as KFC is a newer outlet compared to McDonald’s in Noida Sharp difference in translating initial 2-3 visits to most visited fast food outlet.

(3) Mc DONALD’S CONSUMER’S awareness of KFC L a s t T im e v is ite d K F C (M c D o n a ld 's C o n s u m e r s ) 100% 50% 0% 33 29 38 A w a re b u t N o t V is ite d K F C A w a re & V is ite d KFC 11.3b) 32 .3a Figure 2.0% . 0% N o t A w a re o f A r e y o u a w a r e o fF C K KFC? 13.(2) Comparison of number of times visit to KFC Noida & Rajouri C M A S N O N M E O TIM S V IT TO K O P R IO F U BR F E IS FC N ID & R J U I O A AO R 1 % 00 8% 0 6% 0 4% 0 2% 0 0 % 1 tim st e 2 tim s -3 e KFC o -N ida 4 tim s -6 e K -R jou FC a ri 1 0 2 5 11 4 6+ tim es 1 0 1 8 5 17 Figure 2.3b Significant number of McDonald’s consumers is not aware of KFC (refer to figure 2.54% W i t h i n t h e l a s t 1 5 d 1a 5y sd a y s t o 1 m o n t h 1 -2 m o n th s M o re th a n 3 m o n th s a g o Figure 2. 46% 0.2 Maximum consumers of KFC Noida have visited the outlet just 2-3 times.3a) while a large number also aware of KFC but never visited (refer to figure 2. where as KFC Rajouri has maximum consumers in 2-3 times and an almost equal number in more than 6 times visit which is in alignment with the fact that KFC Rajouri is an older outlet than Noida.

Comparatively Mc Donald’s more popular amongst a mature audience with a comparatively passive eating out behavior 33 .4 1 3 Awareness of KFC is highest among 18-25 year old consumers followed by 25-35 years old.5a The KFC consumer is young and an ‘eat out freak’. 3 5 (5) Fast food eating out frequency FAST FOOD EATING OUT FREQUENCY 4 6 5 5 1 KFC 0 13 4 83 A EB lo 1 G e w 8 12 12 3 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% A E1 -2 G 8 5 A a oKC w re f F A G 60 0% 10% 20% 30% One or more times a week Less than once a month Once a fortnight No Response Once a month Figure 2.(4) Variation of awareness about KFC among McDonald’s consumers with their age V ria no A a n s a o t K Ca o gM a tio f w re e s b u F m n C n u e w th ir A o s m rs ith e 5 0 4 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 Figure 2.

6a Figure 2.A L O N E 80% 80% K FC .6b When consumers are alone there is no difference in their eating-out frequency for Mc Donald’s or KFC consumers.(6) NATURE OF GROUP VIS-À-VIS FREQUENCY OF EATING OUT M c D O N A L D 's .F R IE N D S 5% 6% 45% 44% O ne o r m o re t im e s a w e e k O nc e a m o n t h O n c e a fo rtn ig h t L es s th a n o n c e a m o n t h 10% K F C . M c D O N A L D 's .ALO NE 0% 20% 0% 0% 20% 0% O n e o r m o re t i m e s a w e eOk n c e a fo r t n ig h t O n c e a m o n th L e s s th a n o n c e a m o n th O n e o r m o r e t i m e s aO wn ec e k a f o r t n i g h t O n c e a m o n th L e s s t h a n o n c e a m o n th Figure 2.6d When with friends 87% of KFC Respondents tend to visit the outlet One or more times a week where as in case of Mc Donald’s only 45% of Respondent’s with friends visit One or more times a week and almost an equal percentage(44%) visit Mc Donald’s once in a fortnight.6c Figure 2.F R IE N D S 0% 3% 87% O n e o r m o re t im e s a w e e k O nc e a m onth O n c e a fo rtn ig h t Le s s t h a n o nc e a m o n t h Figure 2. 34 .

6f Mc Donald’s consumers coming with family are more varied in their frequency of eating out than KFC consumers 95% of which eat-out One or more times a week at any fast-food outlet. M c D O N A L D 's . “A 35 .6e Figure 2.W OR K C O LLEAGU ES 0% 23% 69% O n e o r m o r e t i mO ensc e a efoe rOt nn ig e t a mL oe ns tsh t h a n o n c e a m o n t h a w k ch 100% O n e o r m o r e t O n ec se aa wf oOr etnnkci ge h at m eo sn st h t h a n o n c e a m o n t h im e L Figure 2.M c D O N A L D 's .6g Figure 2. in all four categories of “Nature of Groups” for both Mc Donald’s & KFC  Mc Donald’s consumers have a more varied frequency distribution than KFC consumers who have a higher and concentrated frequency of eating-out hence.F A M IL Y K F C .6h All Work Colleagues eating out at KFC had an eating-out frequency of One or more times a week while only 69% Mc Donald’s consumers have the same frequency Overview:  Majority of consumers have a frequency of eating out “One or more times a week”.W O R K C O L L E A G U E S 8 %0 % K FC .F A M IL Y 0% 0% 5% 21% 36% 25% 18% O n e o r m o re tim e s a w e e k O n c e a m o n th 95% O n c e a fo rt n igh t L e s s th a n o nc e a m o nth O n e o r m o re tim e s a w e e kc e a fo r tn ig hO n c e a m o n th e s s th a n o n c e a m o n th On t L Figure 2.

more so in case of KFC(44%) than Mc Donald’s(28%). 7) REASON FOR EATING OUT R E A S O N S F O R E A T IN G A T M c D O N A L D ' S R E A S O N S F O R E A T IN G A T K F C A n o c c a t io n t o c e2 b ra t e le I w o r k in t h is a r e a & h e n c e d e c i d e d t o 11 c o m e h e re W a n t e d a b r e a k fr o m h o 5 e fo o d m F o r S n a c k ( B r u n c h9) F o r lu n c h A n o c c a tio n to c e le b r a te 1 1 I w o r k i n t h is a r e a & h e n c e d e c i d e d t o 1 c o m e h e re W a n t e d a b r e a k fr o m h o m e 1 fo o d 0 F o r S n a c k (B ru n c h ) F o r lu n c h 11 11 18 W a n t e d a n e n jo y a b l e o u t i n g w i t h 1 3 i l y fa m W a n t e d t o g e t t o g e t h e r w i t h fr i e n d s I w a s in t h is a r e a & h e n c e d e c i d e d t o e a t 13 h e re W a n t e d a n e n jo y a b le o u t i n g 6 it h fa m ily w 30 W a n t e d t o g e t t o g e t h e r w it h fr i e n d s I w a s in t h is a r e a & h e n c e d e c id e d t o e a t 5 h e re 44 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 0 10 20 30 40 50 Figure 2.7a KFC suggests a more planned outing compared to McDonalds which scores highly on quick fix too Overview:  “Wanted to get together with friends” is the single most important reason for both. 36 . while for KFC consumers (18%) it was ‘lunch’.greater opportunity to convert these eat-outs of existing KFC consumers at various fast-food outlets to visits to KFC”.  The second most important reason for Mc Donald’s consumers (13%) is “I was in this area & hence decided to come here” and “Wanted an enjoyable outing with family”.7a Figure 2.

8a  For Friends & Family the experience of getting together and enjoying while eating out is the major reason for consumers to visit Mc Donald’s  For Work Colleagues & when Alone reason shifts to food for as either a break from home food or lunch 37 .(8) REASON FOR EATING OUT VIS-À-VIS THE NATURE OF GROUP Mc Donald’s R SN FRAN OT I H EPCONTRO E OS O ET G UW R ET F A E F A I T S U G U OTE EP NET OMDNL' R P F HR OD S F c OA s O S N D A oc to t n ca no i cl b t e r e ea 1 1 Iwr i t i a a o nh r k s e & e c dc e h ne ei d d t c m hr oo e e e 1 8 Wt d b a aear k n e fo h m f o r m o eod 2 Fr o Sak r nh nc( uc ) B 7 4 2 Frl nh o uc 1 6 2 Wt d n aea n e j yb otn n ale u g o i w fm it a i h ly 1 2 1 W t do e a e t gt n t gt e w oe r i h h t fi ns red 2 1 2 6 1 1 6 5 1 0 5 AO LN E Iwsi t is r a a nh a e & e c dc e hne eidd t e thr oa e e 1 0 FI NS R D E 1 5 FM Y AI L 2 0 CL EU O GS L E 2 5 3 0 Figure 2.

filling. enjoyment. comfort. it’s the food and hence its attributes like taste.8b  The same trend is observed among consumers visiting KFC emphasizing the universality of consumer’s need vis-à-vis the nature of group they eating out with. and nutrition or its affordability  For families and friends the experience of eating at the outlet like the ambience. Hence depending upon the nature of group the reason for eating out changes and two important constituents that emerge are the food itself and secondly the experience of eating out at the outlet KFC RAOS O ET G U W H EPC O NT R O T E ES N F R AI OT I RSET F AUE F H N T GOP F H RSODNS F F RU O T E EP NET O K C A o c to t n c a no i c l ba e rt e e Iw r i t i ae & okn h r a s h ne ei e t e c d c do d c mh r o e ee W t d bek o a e a r a fr m n h mfo d oe o 2 3 6 2 4 1 3 4 2 4 3 3 FrSa kB n h o nc( r c ) u Frl nh o uc 8 W t d n n yb a e a ej al n o e o tn wh m u g i fa iy i t l 6 1 1 2 3 0 AOE LN 5 1 0 F I NS R D E 1 5 2 0 F MY AI L 2 5 3 0 C LE US OL GE 3 5 4 0 4 5 W t do e a e t gt n t gt e wh i ns o e r i fre d h t Iw si t i ae & a nh r a s hn e e i e t e t ec dc d o a d hr ee 2 4 0 Figure 2.  For consumers who are alone or with work colleagues. 38 . and variety along with value for money assumes equal importance along with the good food.

27% of all named outlets  Pizza Hut is followed by Taste Of India(8%) and Karims(7%)  KFC constitutes only 4% of all named outlets 39 .9a  Pizza Hut is the often named Other fast-food outlet by Mc Donald’s consumers.(9) OTHER FAST-FOOD OUTLETS CONSUMERS VISIT O H RF S -F O O T E SM D N L 'S T E A T O D U L T c O AD C N U E SV IT O S M R IS 3% 2 2% 7 3 % 3 % 3 % 8 % 4 % 4 % T s OI d a te f n ia Nu s ir la Rs r n e tua ts 4 % 5 % Kr s aim Dm o o in s OH R TES 7 % P z Ht iz a u KC F C féJ in a o ts H ld a a ir m O t ik Figure 2.e. with 47 Responses i.

O H RF S F O O T E SK CC N U E S T E AT O D UL T F O S M R V IT IS 2 % 2 % 5 % 6 % 8 % 1 0% 2 6% 2 % 8 % 3 1% MD c L ca o l T steo In ia a f d P izzaH t u R sta ra ts e u n O e th rs C féJ in a o ts N la iru s Dm o o in s Sb a uwy Figure 2.8b  Mc Donald’s is the often named Other fast-food outlet by KFC consumers. 31% of all named outlets  This is followed by Pizza Hut(26%) followed by Café Joints(10%) This indicates that there is a high inclination of KFC consumers to also visit McDonald’s while very less inclination of Mc Donald’s consumers to visit KFC 40 .e. with 43 Responses i.

comparatively much higher than McDonald’s Rs 68/. The most important reason for frequently the outlets more than once in a week is catching up with friends and the average spending per consumer at KFC is Rs 98/. Comparatively McDonald’s has a significant consumer base that comprises of vegetarians and families.CONCLUSION: Key Target Segment: The young adults (18-25 years) and significant number in 25-35 year old.There is a high inclination of KFC consumers to also visit Mc Donald’s while very less inclination of Mc Donald’s consumers to visit KFC. Product Scope: Fast food/ New/ Different/American/ Alienness of taste Use/User: Enjoyable break/ togetherness/ Young adults Brand as a person: Spirited/ Cool/ Young Brand as a symbol: Col Sanders with KFC logo or Red & Blue colours/ Only Chicken Brand as organization: American MNC Main Competitor: McDonald’s 41 . either students or working executives who come mostly males who are nonvegetarian and reside in neighboring areas of the respective outlets and have visited the outlets before too.

• Positioning should revolve around providing “great tasting food”.Outlet wise Chana Snacker 21 29 50 Crunch Chicken Snacker 25 25 50 Crunch Noida Rajouri Total Sample Covered 42 . • • • Build heritage story into brand communication as well as overall product experience Extend KFC experience beyond just chicken Vegetarian offering to be communicated on equal footing with chicken rather than as “also runs”. very close to the international positioning of “Finger Licking Good”. Folks in India need an introduction to the brand.RECOMMENDATIONS: In the established markets like Australia and the United Kingdom. • Ambience and value of money to be emphasized Phase II (1) CHANA CRUNCH SNACKER VS CHICKEN CRUNCH SNACKER Sample Covered. people have good idea what a KFC Chicken is.

1a Figure 1.(1.2 9 3 0 .3 9 4 0 a n d a b o v e w Figure 1.1b (1.1)GENDER C HANA C RUNC H SNAC K E R F e m a le 32% C H IC K E N C R U N C H S N A C K E R F e m a le 26% M a le 68% M a le 74% Figure 1.2a Figure 1.2 4 2 5 .2) AGE 10% 14% 20% C h ic k e n C r u n c h S n a c k e r 16% 14% 10% C ha na C run c h S n a c k e r 14% 46% 14% 42% 1 8 o r b e lo w1 9 .2b 43 .3 9 4 0 a n d a b o v e 1 8 o r b e lo 1 9 .2 9 3 0 .2 4 2 5 .

4) NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN THE GROUP Chana C run ch Snacker 50 40 30 20 10 0 One Tw o T h re e Fo u r F ive M o r e th a n 5 C h ic k e n C r u n c h S n a c k e r 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 One Tw o T h re e F o u r F ive Mo re th a n 5 42 22 14 8 6 8 50 18 14 8 2 8 Figure 1.4a Chana Snacker 2.58 Crunch Average Group Size Could indicate that the Chana Crunch Snacker is driven to KFC mostly because of his group & not choice.3a Figure 1.3b A significantly higher percentage of SEC A2 & B1 is coming to eat Chicken Crunch Snacker which is not seen in Chana Crunch Snacker (1. 44 .4b Crunch Chicken Snacker 2.3) SEC C hana Crunch Snacker SEC A1 SEC A2 SEC B1 SEC B2 78% 0% 22% 6% 0% C h ic k e n C r u n c h S n a c k e r SEC A1 32% 62% SEC A2 SEC B1 SEC B2 Figure 1.(1.84 Figure 1.

5a (1.5) EDUCATION C ha na C runch S na ck er 14% 14% C h ic k e n C r u n c h S n a c k e r 34% 28% 16% 18% 38% S c h o o l u p t o 1 2 th S o m e C o lle g e b u t n o t g r a d u a t e G r a d u a te / P G G e n e r a G r a d u a t e /P G P r o fe s s io n a l l 38% S c h o o l u p to 1 2 th S o m e C o lle g e b u t n o t g r a d u a t e G r a d u a t e / P G G e n e r aG r a d u a t e / P G P r o f e s s io n a l l Figure 1.6a Figure 1.(1.5b C h ic k e n C r u n c h S n a c k e r 6 % 4 %2 % 20% 42% 14% 2 % 6 %0 % 50% 26% S tu d e n t B u s in e s s m a n H o u s e W ife E x e c u tiv e /O ffic e r S e lf E m p lo y e d P r o fe s s io n a l O th e r s 28% S tu d e n t B u s in e s s m a n H o u s e W ife E x e c u tiv e /O ffic e r S e lf E m p lo y e d P r o fe s s io n a l O th e r s Figure 1.6) OCCUPATION C ha na C runch S na ck er Figure 1.6b 45 .

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13a) and Overall only 38% people choose a burger (Figure 1.13) Which dish would you eat if their was no KFC C H A N A C R U N C H C O N S U M ER 's A LT E R N A T E D IS H CHICKEN CRUNCH CONS UMER's ALTERNATE DIS H 6% 30% 6% 6% 4% 12% 6% 28% 8% 4% 28% 14% H o me F o o d M c V eggie B urge r B urge r 38% O the rs M c A lo o Tik k i B urge r C hick en M c G rill 10% Pizza Hom e Food Chicken Mc Grill Fillet-O -Fish Chicken Veg Burger Chicken Burger O thers Figure 1.12) Which main dish was ordered during last visit? Table 1.(1.13b Overall 56% people choose burger (Figure 1.13a Figure 1.12a Chana Snacker 7 8 2 8 5 4 1 5 2 0 1 6 1 0 Crunch Chicken Snacker 0 0 0 1 1 5 8 13 5 6 2 5 3 1 Crunch Chana Crunch Snacker Veg Thali Veg Fingers Veggie Feast Paneer Tikka Wrap n Roll Chicken Crunch Snacker Chicken Thali Hot & Crispy Chicken Original Recipe Chicken Crispy Chicken Strips Chicken Tikka Wrap n Roll Zinger burger Colonel burger Bucket Of Chicken (1.13b) 49 .

14a Chana Crunch Snacker Chicken Crunch Snacker 32.64% 8.14a Figure 1.15) EXPECTATION FROM SNACKER Chana Crunch Snacker C hic ke n C runc h S na c ke r D isco ver a new taste 0% 0% 4% Discover a new taste Pick myself up (Positive energy/uplift mood) Share with others Quick fix meal 0% 0% 27% 31% 43% 53% 0% 0% P ick myse lf up (P o sitive energy/uplift mo o d ) S hare w ith o thers Q uick fix m eal Saving time (by not cooking) Reward myself/ others Specific food taste 34% 0% 8% S aving time (b y no t co o king) R ew a rd myse lf/ others S p ecific fo o d taste Figure 1.53% (1.14) Vegetarians as a percentage of total number of consumers Table 1.15a 50 Figure 1.14) WHERE WOULD YOU GO IN CASE THERE WAS NO KFC? A L T E R N A T E E A T IN G J O IN T (C h a n a C r u n c h C o n s u m e r s ) A L T E R N A T E E A T IN G J O IN T (C h ic k e n C ru n c h S n a c k e r) 18% 6% 8% 6% 4% 58% M c D o n a ld 's CCD P izz a H u t T a s t e O f In d ia Sa g ar R a tn a O t h e rs 4% 10% 4% 16% M c D o n a ld 's K a rim s Home P izza H u t 12% 4% 50% Y o C h in a Dab bas O t h e rs Figure 1.15b .14b (1.(1.

15b) (1.16) Why is this dish apt for this occasion? C hic k e n C runc h S na c k e r Chana Crunch Snacker Ot h e rs 9 2 12 2 4 4 9 8 2 4 6 8 10 12 0 W a n t e d t o h a v e v e g e t a ria n to d a y N o c h o ic e in v e g e t a ria 0 n O n ly b e c a u s e o f c h ic ke n Lig h t Va lu e fo r mo n e y New tas te T rie d b e fo re & like d W a n te d t o e xp e rime n t Go o d T a s t e Others W anted to h ave vegetarian today No choice in veg etarian Only becaus e of chicken Light Value for money New tas te Tried before & liked W anted to experiment Good Tas te 0 1 2 3 4 5 9 6 6 0 7 2 2 5 5 6 7 8 8 9 0 Figure 1.16a Figure 1.16b Light & Wanted to experiment are two most important reasons for eating a snacker.15a) and Specific food taste is an important reason for chicken crunch snacker which reflects its liking (Figure 1.Quick fix meal (on the go) is the most important reason for Chana Crunch Snacker (Figure 1. 51 .

1) Sample Covered.(2) BUCKET OF CHICKEN (2.3) Age 52 .Outlet wise Table 2.2 (2.2) Gender GENDER Female 32% Male 68% Figure 2.1 Noida Rajouri Total Sample Covered 22 9 31 (2.

5) EDUCATION E UAI N D C TO 1% 3 3% 8 2% 3 2% 6 School upto 12th G raduate/PG G eneral Som College but not graduate e G raduate/PG Professional Figure 2.4) SEC 0% 32% 0% SEC (% ) SEC A1 SEC A2 68% SEC B1 SEC B2 Figure 2.3 (2.A E(% G ) 1% 3 1% 6 1% 9 18 or bel ow 1 -24 9 2 9 5-2 1% 6 3% 6 3 9 0-3 40 an abo e d v Figure 2.4 (2.5 53 .

(2.7) GROUP SIZE N UM B E R O F P E O P LE IN T HE G R O UP 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 39% 29% 13% 10% M o re th an 5 10% 0% On e Two T h ree Fo u r Fiv e Figure 2.87 54 .6) OCCUPATION OC PT N C UAI O 1% 6 0 % 3 % 4% 2 3% 9 S dn tu e t B si e a u n ssm n Hu W o se i fe E e u v /O c r x c ti e ffi e S l E p y P fes n l ef mlo ed ro sio a Oe th rs Figure 2.7 Average Group Size 3.6 Majority of BOC consumers are Students followed by Executives/Officers (2.

8) Generally Bucket of Chicken is ordered when the group size is larger G O PT P R U YE 3 0 % % 2% 9 4% 9 1% 9 Friends Work Colleagues Family Couple Alone Figure 2.9) Number of times visited earlier Nme O TmsV i e E r e u b r f i e i t d ali r s 1% 9 4% 9 3% 2 1-2 tim es 3-4 tim es 4+ tim es Figure 2.8 Almost half of COB consumers are groups of FRIENDS followed by families.(2. (2.9 Almost half of BOC Consumers have visited the outlet more than 4 times 55 .

11 1 pm-3 1 % pm-11p 07 1% 6 Be d ra S la a d 0 % 6 % 0 % Soft Drink & French Fries are the most ordered along with the main dish 56 S akr nce .11) What else has been ordered along with the main dish? 40% 20% 0% 18 62 % 3 % V g ieFe st eg a H t&C isp C ic e o r y h kn 11am-1le w pm C pm o sla 3 pm-7 Ic c e msu d e e ra / na Figure 2.(2.10) DAY PART (%) 100% 80% 60% Figure 2.10 18 24 (2.

13 6 53% 3% Chicken Crunch Snacker Hot & Crispy Chicken 57 Chicke Origina .(2.13) MAIN DISH ORDERED ON LAST VISIT I dl eTetme/ u e e t g a nu / r a y l or l so r t g sf sv e fo od Qi k el( nh g) u m o te o c a Wk uc o L nh r AeS op g 10% f 6% pi tr h n C cD Hi R E a g p t Ds M It hnS whfied E O L S VS ANi Iu Or nR D N A T I 3% 0 % 5 13% Figure 2.12) REASONS FOR VISITING KFC R A OS O V I I G F E S N F R I T KC S N W ta pcfctp of o a s eii ye f od n B a fo hmf o r kr mo eod e Cl b tn s ei loc soseet e r i g pca c ai n/ vn ea s (2.

14 Chicken Burger & Chicken Mc Grill together also account for 26% which equal to the number of people opting for any other Chicken Dish 1% 0 3 % (2.15 58 .(2.14) WHAT WOULD YOU EAT IN CASE THERE WAS NO KFC? A T R A I EC OC O DS L E N TV H I E F I H 1% 3 1% 3 Figure 2.15) WHERE WOULD YOU EAT IN CASE THERE WAS NO KFC? 1% 0 A T R A EE TN J I T L E N T A I G ON 6 % 1% 0 1% 3 6 % 6 % 6 % 2% 6 M D n l 's c o ad K ri s am Pz aHt iz u Nrua i ls Chicken Mc Grill Chicken Sandwich 3% 3 Hm oe Y Ci a o hn Oe th rs Chicken Burger Manchurian Hom Food e Figure 2.

17 6 3 6 59 .(2.16) Which of the following best describes what you were looking for in the Bucket Of Chicken 1% 8 9 % 4% 5 9 % 0 % 1% 8 0 % Pick m self u (Po e en y p m o ) y p sitiv erg /u lift o d Q ick fix m u eal R ard m self/ o ers ew y th D v a n taste isco er ew S are w o ers h ith th S in tim (b n t co k g av g e y o o in ) S ecific fo d taste p o Figure 2.17) Why is this dish apt for this occasion BUCKET IS APT FOR T HIS O 6 9 Figure 2.16 (2.

2 60 .Outlet wise Noida Rajouri Total Sample Covered 35 15 50 (3.2) GENDER GENDER Female 28% Male 72% Figure 3.(3) ZINGER BURGER (3.1) Sample Covered.

3) AGE DISTRIBUTION AE G 8 % 1% 2 1% 6 2% 6 3% 8 1 -2 9 4 2 -2 5 9 3 -3 0 9 4 an ab v 0 d oe 1 o bl w 8 r eo Figure 3.4 Insignificant penetration in SEC B1 & B2 for Zinger Burger.3 The age group of 19-24 years comprises 38% of Zinger Burger Consumers followed by 25-29 years of age group (26%) (3. 61 .4) SEC SC E 2 % 0 % 3% 4 6% 4 SEC A1 SEC A2 SEC B1 SEC B2 Figure 3.(3.

5 60% of Zinger Consumers come in groups of “Two’s” (3.6) EDUCATION EDU TIO CA N 3% 0 1% 4 1% 2 4% 4 School upto 12th G raduate/PGG eneral Som College but not graduate e G raduate/PG Professional Figure 3.6 62 .5) GROUP SIZE NME O POL I T E R U U BR F E PEN H G OP 7 0 6 0 5 0 4 0 3 0 2 0 1 0 0 Oe n To w Tr e h e Fu or Fv ie Mr t a oe hn 5 6 0 1 6 8 8 2 6 Figure 3.(3.

7 Majority of Zinger consumers are Students followed by Executives/Officers similar to Bucket Consumers (3.8 63 .(3.7) OCCUPATION OC PT N C U A IO 14% 0% 8% 0% 40% 38% Student Businessm an House Wife Executive/Officer Self Em ployed Professional Others Figure 3.8) GROUP TYPE GROUP TYPE 2% 20% 10% 40% Friends Work Colleagues Family Couple 28% Alone Figure 3.

(3.9) DAY PART (%) 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% 10 48 34 8 1 pm-3 pm 7 pm-11pm 11am-1 pm 3 pm-7 pm Figure 3.9 Zinger has highest “snack presence” and also a significant number of customers at lunch (3.10 42% of Zinger Burger Consumers are moderate or heavy consumers who have visited the outlet more than 4 times 64 .10) NUMBER OF TIMES VISITED EARLIER N M ERO TIM V ITEDEA LIER U B F ES IS R 42% 34% 24% 1-2 tim es 3-4 tim es 4+ tim es Figure 3.

12 2 % 65 .(3.12) REASON FOR VISITING KFC Bread 2% Salad Snack er REASONS FOR VISITI Burger 0% 6 % 1% 8 Thali 0% 2% 0% 1% 0 French f ries Sof Drink t Figure 3.11) What else has been ordered along with the main dish? WITH ZINGER BURGE Crispy Chick St en rips Original Recipe Chick en Hot&Crispy Chick en Coleslaw 6% 10% 30% 2% Soft Drink & French Fries are again the most obvious Ordered with Zinger (main dish) Ice cream sundae / 2% (3.

13) MAIN DISH ORDERED ON LAST VISIT MAIN DISH ORDERED 4% 8% product too (3.14) What would you eat if there was no KFC? A LTERN TE CH ICE D H A O IS 28% 14% 2% 6% Zinger Burger Consumers seem to be very loyal to the product & obviously like the 12% 6 2 60% Pizza Chicken Mc Grill Chicken Burger Fillet-O-Fish 4% 6% 12% 10% 4% 22% Chicken Sandwich Home Food Others Figure 3.(3.14 For 36% Zinger burger consumer Burger itself is the alternate choice in case there was no KFC 66 .

IT REFLECTS THE FACT THAT PEOPLE ARE GETTING BORED OF THE USUAL (Read Mc Donald’s) 1% 0 0 % 2% 0 67 0 % 1% 0 .15) Where would you go if there was no KFC? A LTERN ATE EATIN J O T G IN 20% 4% 6% 6% 44% Mc Donald's Pizza Hut Home Yo China Karims Nirulas Subway 6% 4% 10% Others (3.16 Zinger Burger is attracting people who want to experiment and discover a new taste.16) Which of the following best describes what you were looking for in the Zinger Burger E P C A IO F O Z G X E T T N R M IN 2% 0 Figure 3.(3.

1 Hot & Crispy 27 23 50 S ic py O lyb c u eo c ic e n ea s f h k n Lh ig t (4.Outlet wise V lu f r mn y a eo o e Noida Rajouri Total Sample Covered 4 % C is y rp 6 % Original Recipe 29 21 50 N wt se ife n t se e a t /Df re t a t T db f r &lik d rie eoe e Wne t e p rimn a t do x e e t G o T se o d at 1% 0 8 % 1 0 % 68 5 % 1% 0 1% 5 2 .1) Sample Covered.(3.17) WHY IS THIS DISH APT FOR THIS OCCASION ZN E B R E I A TF RT I O C S I G R U G RS P O H C A S R c me d db f n s e o mn e y rie d Fillin g (4) HOT & CRISPY VS ORIGINAL RECIPE 6 % 8 % 2 % 6 % 2 % Table 4.

3a Figure 4.3) AGE H O T & C R IS P Y 24% 8% 16% O R IG IN A L R E C IP E 12% 20% 10% 28% 24% 22% 36% 18 o r below 1 9.(4.2) GENDER O R IG IN A L R E C IP E F e m a le 12% F e m a le 22% H O T & C R IS P Y M a le 88% M a le 78% Figure 4.24 25.39 40 and ab ove 1 8 o r b e lo w 1 9 .2 9 3 0 .2a Figure 4.29 30 .2 4 2 5 .3b 36% OR Consumers are in 19-24 age group than 24% H&C Consumers 69 .2b (4.3 9 4 0 a nd a b o ve Figure 4.

(4.4) SEC H O T & C R IS P Y 16% 2% 2% 6% 4% ORIGINAL RECIPE 34% 56% 80% SEC A1 SEC A 2 SEC B1 SEC B2 SEC A1 SEC A2 SEC B1 SEC B2 Figure 4.5b 70 .4a Figure 4.5) NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN A GROUP (%) H O T & C R IS PY 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 54 18 16 6 4 2 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 O R IG IN A L R E C I P E 62 16 16 0 0 F iv e 6 M o re tha n 5 O ne T w o T hre e F our F iv e M o r e th a n 5 O ne T w o T hre e F ou r Figure 4.5a Figure 4.4b (4.

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Figure 4.10b

New Customers of KFC are attracted by H&C later they try OR and eventually settle according to their taste & liking, higher percentage settling for H&C (52%) than OR (50%) (4.11) What else has been ordered along with the main dish?

…...With ORIGINAL RECIPE
Chicken Tikka W rap n Roll Crispy Chicken Strips Original Recipe Veggie Feast Coleslaw Ice cream/ sundae 73 Bread

4% 4% 6% 2% 6% 20% 2%

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13) Which main dish was ordered during last visit? M A IN D IS H O R D E R E D O N L A S T V IS IT (H & C ) Figure 4.13b 74 .12) REASONS FOR VISITING KFC H O T & C R IS P Y 7 2 3 5 8 9 6 4 6 8 10 0 A fter Sh o p p in g Ca tch in g u p w it h frien d s Bre ak fro m h o me foo d R E AS O N F O R VIS IT IN G KF C (O R ) 6 2 4 10 6 9 7 6 10 0 2 A ft e r S h o p p in g C a t c h in g u p w it h frie n d s B r e a k fro m h o m e fo o d W o rk L u n c h Q u ic k m e a l (o n t h e g o ) W a n t a s p e c if ic t y p e o f fo o d 2 4 6 W o rk Lu n c h 8 10 Qu ic k me al (o n t h e g o ) W an t a s p ec ific ty p e o f fo o d In d u lg e / T re a t m y s e lf/ o u rs e lv e sC teolegbreaat tinf g os d e c ia l o c c a s io n s / e v e n t s r o p In d u lg e/ T rea t my s e lf/o u rs elv es t o g re at Ce o d ra tin g s p e cia l o cc as io n s /ev e n ts fo le b Figure 4.12a (4.12b M A IN D IS H O R D E R E D O N L A S T V IS IT (O R ) 6% 20% 6% 4% 2% 2% 13% 20% 42% 2% 4% 4% 6% 12% 34% 23% V e g gie F e a s t C h ic k e n C ru n c h S na c k e r C hic k e n T h a li H o t & C ris p y C h ic k e n O rig ina l R e c ip e C h ic k e n C risp y C h ic k e n S trip s Z in ge r b u r ge r C ha na C runc h S na c ke r C hic ke n C runc h S na c ke r O r igina l R e c ipe C hic ke n Z inge r burge r B uc ke t O f C hic ke n P a ne e r T ikka W ra p n R oll H ot & C ris py C hic ke n C ris py C hic ke n S trips C olone l burge r Figure 4.13a Figure 4.(4.

14b (4.14a Figure 4.15) Which of the following best describes what you are looking for? E X P E C T A T IO N F R O M T H E H O T & C R IS P Y 0% 0% 36% E X P E C T A T IO N F R O M O R I G I N A L R E C I P E 14% 43% 29% 29% 14% D is c o v e r a n e w ta s te S h a r e w it h o th e r s S p e c if ic f o o d t a s t e 0% 7% 7% 14% 7% 0% P ic k m y s e lf u p ( P o s itiv e e n e r g y /u p lif t m o o d ) Q u ic k f ix m e a l D is c o v e r a n e w t a s t e S h a re w it h o t h e r s S a v in g t im e (b y n o t c o o k in g ) S p e c if ic fo o d t a s t e P ic k m y s e lf u p (P o s it iv e e n e rg y / u p lift m o o d ) Q u ic k f ix m e a l R e w a r d m y s e lf/ o t h e r s S a v in g tim e ( b y n o t c o o k in g )R e w a r d m y s e lf / o t h e r s Figure 4.14) REASON FOR VISITING KFC H O T & C R IS P Y 7 2 3 5 8 9 6 4 6 8 10 0 2 4 6 W o rk L u n c h Q u ic k m e a l (o n th e g o ) W a n t a s p e c ific t y p e o f fo o d O R IG IN A L R E C IP E 6 2 4 10 9 6 10 6 7 0 2 A ft e r S h o p p in g C a t c h in g u p w it h f rie n d s B re a k fr o m h o m e f o o d W o rk L u n c h Q u ic k m e a l ( o n t h e g o ) W a n t a s p e c ific t y p e o f fo o d 8 10 A fte r S h o p p in g C a tc h in g u p w ith frie n d s B re a k fro m h o m e fo o d I n d u lg e / T re a t m y s e lf / o u rs e lv eC etle bg ra taint g sopde c ia l o c c a s io n s / e v e n t s s o re fo In d u lg e / T re a t m y s e lf/ o u rs e lv e s to gC e a t bfo otin g s p e c ia l o c c a s io n s /e v e n ts re le ra d Figure 4.15a Figure 4.15b 75 .(4.

16b H&C: Burgers together comprise 54% as the alternate choice while a chicken dish is only 14% OR: Burgers together comprise 56% as the alternate choice while a chicken dish is only 20% (4.(4.16) What would you have eaten on this occasion if there was no KFC? A L T E R N A T IV E C H O IC E O F D IS H (H & C ) C h ic k e n M c G r ill 24% 18% 12% 4% 2% 6% 4% C h ic k e n B u r g e r M c V e g g ie B urger F ille t.17) Where would you have eaten on this occasion if there was no KFC? A L T E R N A T E E A T IN G J O IN T (H & C ) M c D o na ld 's 34% P izza H ut 40% H o me Y o C hina 4% 2% 0% 12% 8% D abbas S ub w a y O the rs 30% 52% 4% 6% 4% 4% 0% A L T E R N A T IV E E A T IN G J O IN T (O R ) Mc D o na ld 's P izza H ut H ome Y o C hina D ab b a s S ub w a y O the rs Figure 4.F is h P iz z a C h ic k e n B u t t e r C h ic k e n C h ic k e n P la tte r S a n d w ic h H om e Food O th e r s 6% 2% 10% 4% 6% 4% 8% 4% 20% 20% 16% A L T E R N A T E C H O IC E D IS H (O R ) C h ic k e n M c G r ill C h ic k e n B u rg e r M c V e g g ie B ur g e r F ille t.17b Mc Donald’s is the clear alternate choice for majority of KFC Consumers 76 .17a Figure 4.O .F is h P izza C h ic k e n B utte r C h ic k e n C h ic k e n P la tte r S a n d w ic h Home Food O th e rs 14% 6% 4% 6% Figure 4.16a Figure 4.O .

(4. s W anted to 5 7 Good Taste Oe th rs Tn e edr F g illin J ic u y S ic pFigure y O ly b c u eo c ic e n eas f h kn L h ig t V lu fo mn y a e r oe C 77 ris y p N w ta te e s 0 2 2 4 3 3 3 3 6 8 0 4.14% H&C Is Apt For This Occasio Others 7 Tender 0 Filling 0 Juicy 0 2 Spicy Only because of 2 3 Light Value for money 0 7 Crispy New taste 2 Tried before Oliked p F rT is O a nB u &RI A t o h cc sio eca se.18) Vegetarians as a percentage of total number of consumers (who accompanied H&C or OR consumers) Table 4.45% 6..19b 0 0 5 6 .18 Hot & Crispy Original Recipe (4...19) Why is this Dish apt for this occasion? 3.

m.(5) FINDING OF PHASE II.m.84 Grad/PG General Student/Executive.A2 2. Discover a new taste Wanted to experiment. to 7p. Day Part: Snack time (3p. to 7p. – 7p.m.m. Catching up with friends Veg Thali & Veggie Feast Burger (Aloo Tikki Burger) McDonald’s Quick meal.m Friends/Family 1-2 times Soft Drink. Light CHICKEN CRUNCH SNACKER 19-24 A1.) Need State: (a) Quick Meal on the go (b) A new exciting taste at affordable price (c) Convenient place to interact with friends & de-stress 78 .SNAPSHOT: 5. officer 3p. Affordable Key target customers: 19-24 year students and executives belonging to SEC A1 and also SEC A2 in case of Chicken Crunch Snacker.1 CHANA CRUNCH SNACKER & CHICKEN CRUNCH SNACKER CHANA CRUNCH SNACKER 19-24 A1 2. New & Unique taste . officer 3p. French Fries Quick meal (on the go).58 Grad/PG General Student/Executive. French Fries Quick meal (on the go).m Friends/Family 1-2 times Soft Drink. Discover a new taste Light. Wanted to experiment AGE SEC Average Group Size Education Occupation Day Part Group Type Number of visits What else has been ordered along with the main dish Reason Main Dish ordered last time Alternate dish Alternate eating-joint Expectations for the dish Why is this apt apt for this occasion Product: Light. Catching up with friends H&C Burger McDonald’s Quick meal.

Chicken (26%) Alternate eating-joint McDonald’s 79 . exciting. Recommendation: (1) Adding a few more variations in snacker especially Chana Crunch on the lines of “Aloo McTikki Burger” & “McVeggie Burger” of McDonald’s which are very popular (2) Adding a new range of light sandwiches that KFC already has in other countries 5. Enjoyable break/ togetherness of friends & family However its target segment is quiet limited to young adults. French Fries main dish Indulge treat myself/others to Reason great food Main Dish ordered last time H&C Alternate dish Burger (26%) . CHICKEN in a BUCKET CHICKEN in a BUCKET 19-24.m Group Type Friends (49%) Number of visits More than 4 times What else has been ordered along with the Soft Drink. to 7p. young. Value for money.A2 3.2.Occasion: Catching up with friends over a snack or a Quick Meal with family and friends Positioning: Fast-food. mainly students and vegetarian consumers accompanying a group which is a matter of concern.87 Grad/PG Professional. officer Age SEC Average Group Size Education Occupation Day Part 3p. lightness. Grad/PG General Student/Executive.m. 25-29 A1. uniqueness.

Tried and liked before Product: Filing. filling. Crispy & Crunchy. Value for money. mainly students and vegetarian consumers accompanying a group which is a matter of concern Recommendations: (1) To increase its popularity in groups of families and in higher age groups it can be Combo-ed with Bread or with Veggie Pulao+ Curry since at lunch or dinner this combination gives a more “Filling-Meal-Appeal” (2) Although Chicken Thali is a good affordable meal. exciting. Enjoyable break/ togetherness of friends.) Need State: (a) Filling meal (b) Indulge/treat myself/others to great food (c) A new unique taste (d) Convenient place to interact with friends & de-stress Occasion: Enjoyable togetherness of friends over a meal or treating them for special occasions with great food Positioning: Fast-food. uniqueness. Taste . Heritage Key target customers: 19-24 and 25-29 year students and executives belonging to SEC A1 and SEC A2.m. the Makhani Curry is not very appealing to customers and needs to be changed when Combo-ed with COB else it spoils the experience of Eating COB too 80 . – 7p. Crispy & Crunchy.m.Expectations for the dish Why is this apt for this occasion Discover a new taste Good Taste. Moderate to heavy visitors Day Part: Snack time (3p. Uniqueness. young. Heritage story However its target segment is quiet limited to young adults.

Uniqueness Concept of a big chicken piece in a burger.(3) KFC at present has just the fried chicken while that is a new taste that’s attracting Indian customers however in sync with the Indian palate it should come out with Roasted.m. Good Taste (18%) Age SEC Average Group Size Education Occupation Day Part Group Type Number of visits What else has been ordered along with the main dish Reason Main Dish ordered last time Alternate dish Alternate eating-joint Expectations for the dish Why is this apt for this occasion Product: Filing. however meal time (lunch & dinner) presence significant too 81 .A2 2. 5.m. Grilled Chicken which are dry or semi-dry since there is a large number of potential customers there who are ready to experiment the Indian Chicken Dish with a different taste but are a little wary of trying a “Complete American Food”. officer 3p.). French Fries & H&C Work Lunch & Want Specific type of food Zinger Burger Burger (36%) McDonald’s Discover a new taste Tried and liked before (34%). Innovative. Taste. ZINGER BURGER Zinger Burger 19-24 (36%) . to 7p.3.m. Crispy & Crunchy Key target customers: 19-24 and 25-29 year students and executives belonging to SEC A1 and SEC A2.m Friends . Moderate to heavy visitors Day Part: Highest Snack time (3p. 25-29 (26%) A1.58 Grad/PG Professional Student/Executive. Work Colleagues More than 4 times Soft Drink. – 7p.

young. 5. Officer(36%).m (66%) Friends.Need State: (a) Filling lunch (b) Specific food taste (c) A unique riveting taste (d) Convenient place to interact with friends & de-stress Occasion: Work lunch & Craving for a specific taste Positioning: Fast-food. (2) There is a divided opinion on whether the chicken piece in Zinger Burger be of the present big size or smaller pieces assorted together to make it easier to eat. interesting palate unique to KFC. filling.m. Officer(30%).4. Surprising break from other burgers (McDonald’s) The only areas that need probing is: (1) The Crispiness of the burger is not as much as claimed. Businessmen(28%) 3p. French Fries Indulge/Treat myself/others to great food H&C (34%). Businessmen(36%) 3p. Burger After Shopping H&C (42%). Work Colleagues More than 4 times Soft Drink.m. HOT & CRISPY and ORIGINAL RECIPE HOT & CRISY 25-29 A1 (80%) 2. Crispy & Crunchy. to 7p. to 7p. ORIGINAL RECIPE 19-24 A1(56%). A2 (34%) 2.28 Grad/PG General Executive.30 Grad/PG General Executive. Work Colleagues More than 4 times Soft Drink.m (56%) Family. OR (23%) Age SEC Average Group Size Education Occupation Day Part Group Type Number of visits What else has been ordered along with the main dish Reason Main Dish ordered last time 82 .

– 7p.Moderate to heavy visitors Day Part: Snack time (3p. Crispy & Crunchy. Chicken Specialist. Taste . Crispy & Crunchy.) Need State: (a) Snacking (b) Specific food taste that's new unique & riveting (d) Convenient place to relax with family and work colleagues & de-stress Occasion: After Shopping for families and Work-lunch for Colleagues Positioning: Fast-food. Specific food taste Wanted to experiment Product: Uniqueness.Alternate dish Alternate eating-joint Expectations for the dish Why is this apt apt for this occasion FOR HOT & CRISPY: OR(12%) Burger (54%). Enjoyable break from work or shopping. Chicken (12%) McDonald’s Specific food taste Tried liked before and Burger (56%). Chicken (20%) McDonald’s Discover a new taste.m.m. Heritage Key target customers: 25-29 year executives and businessmen belonging to SEC A1. uniqueness. International Taste & standard and Heritage story 83 .

as the filling in “Zinger Burger and also has a “Chicken in a Bucket” option.Heritage story and Enjoyable break H&C and OR H&C is actually attracting people and it is the trial dish. uniqueness. Secret formulae of 11 herbs.FOR ORIGINAL RECIPE: Product: Uniqueness. “2 in 1 Meal”. Chicken Specialist.m. – 7p. Taste . Recommendations: (1) Its observed that a piece of H&C is included in “Chicken Thali”. New taste .) Need State: (a) Snacking (b) Discover a new taste & A specific food taste (d) Indulge/Treat myself/others to great food with friends and work colleagues & take a break from normal boring food Occasion: Enjoyable togetherness with friends over a great tasting snack and Worklunch for Colleagues Positioning: Fast-food. International Taste & standard .m. OR is experimented after few visits especially by a younger age group from both SEC A1 & A2 that is more adventurous and are visiting KFC with a friends while families are generally settling for H&C which is tried before & liked dish.Moderate to heavy visitors Day Part: Snack time (3p.Tender & Juicy. While OR is only available as a separate dish which implies there is no trial 84 . “Variety Meal”. Tender & Juicy. Adventurous . Heritage Key target customers: 19-24 year executives and businessmen belonging to SEC A1 and A2.

(2) More variations of Chicken Dishes (Roasted or Grilled. Tamarind etc) to enhance taste and give more options to customers. (6) Comments by consumers of KFC NOIDA  A very strong pungent smell (of frying of Chicken)  Plates given were cracked  French fries are not good/not fresh  Curry given with Chicken Thali is awful  Wrong orders were served by helper  Chicken piece in the Zinger Burger is one single big piece which makes it uncomfortable to eat  The Chicken Tikka Wrap ‘n’ Roll has a bone in its tikka  Lack of variety in the menu & Standardization of products at different outlets RAJOURI  No fizz in the Soft Drink  The Burgers is soft & starts breaking after some time  They have only one type of ketchup (tomato)  Lack of variety in the menu & Standardization of products at different outlets 85 . All these meals should also have an option with OR and should be asked while ordering. Mint. Dry or Semi-Dry) should be introduced since lack of variety was a common complain by customers besides these could be served with salad and ketchup of different types (Tomato.by a consumers taking any of these other dishes. Chilly.

For example Coke is marketed as authentic & red while Pepsi is choice of a new generation & blue. KFC should try being as different as it can because although consumers may be looking for the same dish called burger but clearly want a completely new. The best chance for success is to position your brand as far from the leader as possible. So even though Mc Donald’s is undoubtedly the most important competitor of KFC.OVER ALL POSITIONING: Nature favors extremes The same is true in marketing. Build your position too close to the leader & they will crowd you out. different taste. 86 .

QUESTINNAIRE (PHASE-II) Market Visit Questionnaire (In-store) Name: ________________________________Sex: M / F Address:___________________________________________________________________ Age: (a) 18 or below (b) 19-24 (c) 25-29 (d) 30-39 (e) 40 and above Occupation: (a) Student (b) Executive/Officer (c) Businessmen (d) Self Employed Professional (e) House Wife (f) Others(Specify) Education: (a) School up to 12th (b) Some College but not graduate (c) Graduate/PG General (d) Graduate/PG Professional Group Type: (a) Friends (b) Family (c) Work Colleagues (d) Bf/Gf ___________ (e) Alone (f) Others(Specify) No. of people in the group: _______________Veg/ Non Veg split: _____________________ Education & Occupation of the person who contributes maximum to the household: 87 .APPENDIX . of times visit to the outlet Last time you visited the outlet Other fast food outlets you visit For Mc Donald's consumers No. in the group Nature group of Are you aware of KFC? Visited KFC No.QUESTIONNAIRE (PHASE I) Respondent's Details Respondent's Name Personal Veg / Non veg split Tota l bill valu e No. of times visited KFC Last time visited KFC Fast food eating out frequency Reaso ns for eating out Day Sex Age Address Occupation APPENDIX D.

else terminate Q2. Which of the following best describes your visit to KFC today? First visit Visited earlier Proceed to Q2 if coded 2 in Q1. How many times you have visited earlier? 1-2 times 3-4 times 4+ times 1 2 3 1 2 88 .Unskilled Skilled worker Petty trader Shop owner Businessman/Industrialist No. Q1. I would be grateful if you can spare a few minutes for the same. I am here to ask you a few things about your eating preferences. of employees None 1-9 10+ Selfemployed professional Clerical/Salesman Supervisory level Officer/Executive (Junior) Officer/Executive(Middle /Sr) Illiterate School upto 4 yrs E2 E2 E2 E1 E2 D D D D C B1 D D D C B1 C B2 B1 D D D C B1 School upto 5-9 yrs E1 D D C B2 B2 A2 D D C C B1 SSC/ HSC D C C B2 B1 B1 A2 B2 C C B2 B1 Some college but not grad D C C B1 A2 A2 A1 B1 B2 B2 B1 A2 Graduate / PG (Gen) D B2 B2 A2 A2 A1 A1 A2 B1 B1 A2 A1 Graduate/ PG (Prof) D B2 B2 A2 A1 A1 A1 A1 B1 A2 A2 A1 Hi. our food and your suggestions to improve your eating experience here.

Which of the following did you order along with your main dish? Soft Drink French fries Thali Burger Snacker Salad Bread Ice cream/ sundae Coleslaw Any Other (Please mention) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Q5 (a). Which of the following best describes what you are looking for in the dish ordered by you at KFC? Discover a new taste Pick myself up (Positive energy/uplift mood) 1 2 89 . Which of the following reasons best describes your current visit to KFC? After Shopping Work Lunch Catching up with friends Quick meal (on the go) Indulge/ Treat myself/ourselves to great food Celebrating special occasions/events Break from home food Want a specific type of food 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Q5 (b). Which of the following best describes the main dish you had here today? Veg Chana Crunch Snacker Veg Thali Veg Fingers Veggie Feast Paneer Tikka Wrap n Roll Code 1 2 3 4 5 Non Veg Chicken Crunch Snacker Chicken Thali Hot & Crispy Chicken Original Recipe Chicken Crispy Chicken Strips Chicken Tikka Wrap n Roll Zinger burger Colonel burger Bucket Of Chicken Code 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Q4.Now let’s discuss what you have eaten here today Q3.

Share with others Quick fix meal Saving time (by not cooking) Reward myself/ others Specific food taste 3 4 5 6 7 Q6. You just had _________________ (Refer to Q3). Which of the following main dish you had on your last visit to KFC? Veg Chana Crunch Snacker Veg Thali Veg Fingers Veggie Feast Paneer Tikka Wrap n Roll Code 1 2 3 4 5 Non Veg Chicken Crunch Snacker Chicken Thali Hot & Crispy Chicken Original Recipe Chicken Crispy Chicken Strips Chicken Tikka Wrap n Roll Zinger burger Colonel burger Bucket Of Chicken Code 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 90 . Imagine if there was no KFC. What in your current dish made it a perfect choice for ________________________occasion (quote from Q5) This dish (__________________________) was apt for ___________________(occasion) because____________________________________________________________________ Q7. What would you have eaten on this occasion? (Instead of what you referred in Q3) _______________________________________________________________________ Where? ________________________________________________________________________ Q8.

NEW MILLENNIUM EDITION 2000.com Class Notes is referred Magazines India Today Business Today The week Outlook Express Newspapers The Times of India The Hindustan Times The Economic Times Books: PHILIP KOTLER. BRUCE J. 91 . MICHALL J.google.J.ask.com www. • • V. MARKETING MANAGEMENT. WILLIAM STANTON.com www.WALKER FUNDAMENTAL OF MANAGEMENT.S RAMASWAMY AND S.wikipedia.ETJEC.com www.kfc.BIBLIOGRAPHY Web Sites www. NAMAKUMARI MARKETING MANAGEMENT. SECOND EDITION.

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