The Kellogg Company is the world’s leading producer of breakfast cereals. Its products are manufactured in 18 countries and sold in more than 180 countries. For more than 100 years, Kellogg's has been a leader in health and nutrition. It has done this by providing consumers with a wide variety of food products.
Kellogg's was recently placed in the top 100 of the Best Companies to Work For list in The Sunday Times.
This marketing marketing mix case study demonstrates the importance and application of the marketing mix.
This stakeholders case study demonstrates how Kellogg’s business strategy is stakeholder-focused. The company’s decisions and actions are all made with the best interest of its stakeholders at the heart.
This communications case study examines how Kellogg’s devised a plan to communicate the importance of breakfast to selected target audiences through a multi-platform campaign. This was in support of its ‘Help give a child a breakfast’ campaign launched in October 2011.
This motivation case study focuses on how Kellogg's motivates its people. It illustrates how the use of motivational techniques helps to develop the business as a ‘great place to work’.
This market research case study focuses on the importance of market research during the development and launch of Crunchy Nut Bites, a more recent extension to the Crunchy Nut brand.
This supply chain case study shows how Kellogg's fulfils this mission in the later parts of the supply chain from manufacturing to shelf.
This product life cycle case study shows how Kellogg recognised that the Nutri-Grain brand was losing market share. It used business tools to re-launch the brand and return it to growth in its market.
This aims and objectives case study shows how the use of SMART objectives is an essential part of creating a successful business strategy.
This promotion case study helps students understand how companies promote above and below the line.
As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: know what is meant by a product life cycle, understand research is needed to identify the best way of injecting new life into brands/products, explain the key components of a SWOT analysis.
As a result of carefully reading the Case Study, students should be able to: appreciate the need to make decisions that help to manage, maintain and develop the value of brands, appreciate the importance of market research processes and the questions that market researchers seek to answer, link processes of market research with a range of products that closely meet consumers’ needs.
Frosties is one of Kellogg's core products. With Frosties comes Tony the Tiger. This promotion case study focuses on how and why Kellogg's recently decided to revitalise Tony.
This marketing mix case study looks at the Kellogg's brands and considers both the branding of the corporate image and the individual products. How have they developed and how are they maintained?