The three marketing techniques not only increase the brand awareness of Red Bull, but assist the management in terms of market control. Additionally, Red Bull also performs control techniques in the following ways. 3.2.1 Intensive Research Work. Firstly, Red Bull conducts on-going research to determine if consumers are satisfied with its product.
The term “energy drink” refers to soft drinks believed to reduce or prevent fatigue, enhance physical performance, enhance disposition and improve cognitive performance. Athletes prior to competitions with a view to improving their performance.
Red Bull should change the size of the drinks. Red Bull only sells one packaging size, 8. 3-ounce can worldwide while their competitor Monster launched a larger 16-ounce can whereby Red Bull should comes up with at least 2 packaging size for consumer to choose from. Red Bull has only 2 flavors, more flavors is recommended for consumer to choose.Red Bull is a fast moving consumer product and, consequently, it mainly depends on desire purchasing. Although price sensitivity is a low factor inside the target segments, handiness is the average purchase criteria. Red Bull has successfully created a position where product substitution threats are low due to the brand power and customer loyalty.Secondary research clearly states that Red Bull contains excessive amount of chemicals, some publications even compare it to highly addictive drugs as well as blaming the product for some deaths. Secondary data also helped us identify a growing number of competitors that Red Bull has, the number exceeds a hundred.
Red Bull improves performance, especially during times of increased stress or strain, increases concentration and improves reaction speed and stimulates metabolism. Also, Red Bull can be created a new flavor which is cocktail favor and can be used as a very nice mixer with alcohol.Read More
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Red Bull Original Red Bull Sugarfree (2003) Red Bull Sugarfree is Red Bull without sugar, with only 3 calories per 100 ml. Red Bull Cola (2008) In 2008 Red create its own cola, Red Bull Simply Cola. It created a market segment unlike traditional Colas, by using only 100% natural ingredients.Read More
This case describes the history of the Red Bull brand and how the company stimulated and harnessed word-of-mouth to build a new product category (functional energy drinks) and brand franchise.Read More
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He fine-tuned the product, developed a unique marketing concept and started selling Red Bull Energy Drink on the Austrian market in 1987. This was not only the launch of a completely new product, in fact it was the birth of a totally new product category. In 2008, Red Bull launched its own Cola: Red Bull Simply Cola -Strong and Natural.Read More
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The main thing you notice from Red Bull’s approach to social content is its reliance on video. Pretty much every post on its various social accounts is a video. Red Bull’s main YouTube channel boasts over 9 million subscribers, with a further 3.9 million across its smaller channels.Read More