2 Footloose Introduction Duraflex is a German footwear company with annual men s footwear sales of approximately 1.0 billion Euro( ). They have always relied on the boot market for the majority of their volume and in this market they compete with three other major competitors. Together, these four brands represent approximately 72% of the 5.0 billion German men s boot market. The boots category includes four main sub-categories: Work boots, casual boots, field and hunting boots, and winter boots. Work boots is the largest subcategory and is geared to blue collar workers 1 who purchase these boots primarily for on-the-job purposes. Casual boots is the fastest growing sub- category, and is geared more towards white collar workers 2 and students who purchase these boots for week-end / casual wear and light work purposes. The four key competitors in the market are Badger, Duraflex, Steeler, and Trekker. 1 Blue collar workers: wage earners who generally work in manual or industrial labour and often require special work clothes or protective clothing, which are replaced approximately every 6 months 2 White collar workers: salaried employees who perform knowledge work, such as those in professional, managerial or administrative positions 2 Case study example Footloose Deloitte & Touche (M.E.)
3 Competitor profiles Badger and Steeler are both well established as work boot companies, having a long history and strong brand recognition and credibility among blue collar workers. At the other extreme is Trekker, a strong player in the casual boot market but a very weak player in work boots. Duraflex, however, is a cross between the other competitors, having a significant share in both work boots and casual boots. Historically Duraflex had an even stronger position in the work boot sector. However, since 1996 when the company began selling casual shoes and focusing on the growth opportunity in casual boots, sales of the Duraflex work boot line have steadily declined. Also, around the same time Duraflex shifted its emphasis, Badger became a much more assertive competitor in the work boot market, increasing its market share to 43% in just three years. Badger Duraflex Steeler Trekker Other Market Share of Work and Casual Boots by Company (2013) 4% 5% 11% 16% 19% 0% 10% 20% 30% Market Share 34% 40% 43% 17% Work boots 11% Casual boots 40% 50%
4 Consultants role & data collected In the fall of 2013, Badger launched a new line of aggressively priced work boots. The strong success of this line has caused Duraflex s management to re-evaluate their position in work boots. With limited additional resources, management must now decide if they should focus their efforts on competing with Badger in the work boot sector, or focus their resources on further strengthening their position with casual boots. In January of 2014 Duraflex hired a leading consulting firm to conduct research to help management in its decision making. To make an informed recommendation, the consultants realized they needed to collect information that would enable them to size the market and better understand Duraflex s competitive position. To begin with, the consultants developed a 20 minute quantitative telephone survey that was conducted among 500 randomly dialed consumers across the country s 6 primary regions. In addition, the consultants completed some internal cost and pricing analysis for Duraflex s work and casual boot lines. The market pricing analysis showed Duraflex competing at the premium end of the market for both its casual and work boot lines.
5 Exhibit one Propensity to Buy Boots by Population Segment (Male Population 12+) 70% 60% 50% 60% Bought work boots in past year Bought casual boots in past year 55% 40% 35% 30% 20% 20% 25% 15% 10% 0% Population Average Price Paid for Boots Blue Collar White Collar Student 11.0 MM 12.0 MM 7.0 MM
6 Exhibit two Channel preference by Brand 100% Channel Share (%) 80% 60% 21% Other 13% Dept. Store 15% Discount / Outlet 16% 21% 26% Other Other Other 14% 6% Athletic Store Apparel Store 35% Shoe Store 11% Sporting Goods 13% Discount / Outlet 16% Dept. Store 40% 23% Athletic Store 22% Safety / Work 54% 20% 28% Shoe Store 39% Safety / Work 28% Shoe Store Shoe Store 0% Duraflex Badger Steeler Trekker
8 Exhibit four Retail Price of Selected Boots, Split by Price Component Market price (DM) euros 15% Company Margin 12% Retailer Margin General & Admin. 21% Design 15% Sales & Mktg. 10% 170 euros 22% Company Margin 8% Retailer Margin 10% General & Admin. 13% Design 9% Sales & Mktg. 17% Labour 12% Labour 21% 15% Materials Materials 140 euros 16% Company Margin Retailer Margin 6% 11% General & Admin. 10% Design Sales & Mktg. 19% Labour 32% Materials Duraflex - Casual Duraflex - Work Badger 6%
9 Case study questions Work through these questions on your own, using the text and exhibits in the preceding slides. An answer key is provided in the slides that follow 1. How big is the work boot market (expressed in euros)? Does Duraflex get more of its revenue from work boots or casual boots? 2. Explain why Badger is outperforming Duraflex in the work boot market. 3. What changes would you recommend to Duraflex s work boot strategy? Why? Would you recommend they introduce a sub- branded boot line?
10 Answer Q1 1. How big is the work boot market (expressed in euros)? Does Duraflex get more of its revenue from work boots or casual boots? To find the size of the market, we can use the following equation: (Average Boots Price) * (% of male population that bought work boots in past year) * (total population for the segment) * (number of pairs bought in a year) Exhibit One gives us the populations for each segment and the percentages that bought boots. We therefore need to find the number of boots sold and the average price of each pair. For this question, the candidate will need to make some assumptions. 1. Average number of boots purchased per user For work boots, we know that blue collar workers purchase an average of 2 pairs per year (from Introduction, Footnote1) White collar workers and students who buy work boots probably use less rigorously and less frequently, therefore probably only 1 pair per year For casual boots, we can make a reasonable assumption, knowing that casual boots are purchased primarily for weekends and light wear (from text) so the average number of pairs should be no more than work boots from Exhibit 1 (i.e. 1 pair per year) 2. Average price per pair of boots Work boots cost more (compare Blue Collar vs. Student) so the average price should be higher than 140 for all (150 is reasonable); casual should be lower than student ( is reasonable).
11 Answer Q1 1. How big is the work boot market (expressed in euros)? Does Duraflex get more of its revenue from work boots or casual boots? The total market value will then be the sum, for each segment, of the following equation: (Average Boots Price) * (% of male population that bought work boots in past year) * (total population for the segment) * (number of pairs bought in a year) ( 150 * 60%* 11MM * 2) + ( 150 * 25% * 12 MM * 1) + ( 150 * 15% * 7 MM * 1) = 2,588 MM The following table shows another way to see it: Population % Buying Work Boots # Pairs work boots bought / year Price Per Pair ( ) Segment Size ( ) Blue Collar 11.0 MM 60% ,000 MM White Collar 12.0 MM 25% MM Student 7.0 MM 15% MM Total 2,600 MM
12 Answer Q1 1. How big is the work boot market (expressed in euros)? Does Duraflex get more of its revenue from work boots or casual boots? Or: Following the same procedure the casual boot market is then: (Average Boots Price) * (% of male population that bought work boots in past year) * (total population for the segment) * (number of pairs bought in a year) ( 100 * 20%* 11MM * 1) + ( 100 * 35% * 12 MM * 1) + ( 100 * 55% * 7 MM * 1) = 1,025 MM Population % Buying Work Boots # Pairs work boots bought / year Price Per Pair ( ) Blue Collar 11.0 MM 20% MM White Collar 12.0 MM 35% MM Student 7.0 MM 55% MM Total Segment Size ( ) 1,030 MM
13 Answer Q1 1. How big is the work boot market (expressed in euros)? Does Duraflex get more of its revenue from work boots or casual boots? Summary: We know from the table on slide 2 that Duraflex has a 16% share of the work boot market and 40% of the casual boot market, therefore: Duraflex s revenue from the work boot market = 16% * 2,588 MM = 414 MM Duraflex s revenue from the casual boot market = 40% * 1,025 MM = 400 MM So Duraflex gets most of its revenue from work boots, even though the revenues are almost evenly split Our Answer: The size of the work boot market is ~ 2.6 billion. The casual boot market is ~ 1.0 billion large. Duraflex generates 414 million from work boots and 410 million from casual boots. Depending on the assumptions taken, work may be slightly larger but the two should be relatively close.
14 Answer Q2 2. Explain why Badger is outperforming Duraflex in the work boot market. Ways to approach the question According to the data we have, and what we know as industry dynamics, the analysis can be split in 4 main areas that would demand further study: Distribution Buyer Purchase Criteria by Brand (BPCs) Pricing Cost analysis Even if you have many good ideas to answer this question, you won t be impressive without STRUCTURE. You don t need a formal framework, just be methodical and organised in your approach and summarise at the end!
15 Answer Q2 2. Explain why Badger is outperforming Duraflex in the work boot market. Distribution Duraflex is not sold where work boots are being purchased. Exhibit 2 shows that Badger s and Steeler s boots are often purchased in safety / work channels, whereas Duraflex does not have a significant presence in them Therefore, Duraflex will need to broaden distribution if it is to increase its share; it needs to get shelf space in the relevant channels Buyer Purchase Criteria by Brand (BPCs) Exhibit 3 shows us that Badger s top two associated criteria are: Quality / Durability (45%) and Comfort (39%). The same holds true for Steeler. Thus, these seem to be critical criteria for work boot market However, Duraflex s top criteria are Styling (45%) and Quality / Durability (37%), with Comfort is a distant 3 rd at 19%, far from its competitors figures Duraflex is not meeting the key needs of blue collar workers and will need to strengthen its comfort perception Additionally, we should note that Badger has built up a loyal customer base: past experience as a criteria represents 30% and is 3rd on its list of associated criteria
16 Answer Q2 2. Explain why Badger is outperforming Duraflex in the work boot market. Pricing We know that Badger is launching an aggressively priced work boot line. Duraflex can alter its pricing strategy, e.g. lower its own boot price However, looking at Exhibit 3, among the stronger work boot market competitors, we see that only Steeler shows price as a top BPC (and then it is the lowest one) potentially because they are the lower cost option is this market Given that price does not appear to be an important criteria for work boot consumers, Duraflex will likely not realise great benefits from this strategy, and will also lower its profits in so doing We know from the case that Duraflex has premium price positioning, hence lowering its price may lead to perception of lowering quality Cost Analysis Comparing Badger to Duraflex work boots, from Exhibit 4, there is one key area where Badger proportionately and absolutely spends more than Duraflex: materials. This supports their perception of quality / durability and comfort among their consumers. Also, they spend more on labour Retailer margin is lower for Badger due to significant presence in safety / work channel Sales & Marketing spend is lower for Badger potentially driven by lower marketing requirements in safety / work channel as well as established brand name among blue collar workers; Also, Badger has built a loyal customer base, and it is less costly to maintain existing customers than attract new ones Badger has lower margins (both absolute and relative); given already higher market price, Duraflex has limited flexibility to raise its boot prices; Duraflex may lower its margin somewhat and shift emphasis to labour and materials
17 Answer Q2 2. Explain why Badger is outperforming Duraflex in the work boot market. Summary Duraflex is not sold where work boots are being purchased Duraflex is not meeting the key needs of blue collar workers, as it is weaker than competitors on the critical Comfort dimension Badger prices its boots more competitively, which is likely to be particularly appealing to the large work boot market; this has helped develop a large and loyal consumer base Badger has lower retailer margins (both absolute and relative) and spends less on Sales & Marketing
18 Answer Q3 3. What changes would you recommend to Duraflex s work boot strategy? Why? Would you recommend they introduce a sub-branded boot line? Ways to approach the question There are two reasonable answers to this question. The company can either: Focus on increasing its work boots activities, or Emphasize casual boots Each option has its own justifications and implications The important thing with a subjective question is not what you answer to the question, but how you answer the question pick a point of view and support it with critical reasoning!
19 Answer Q3 3. What changes would you recommend to Duraflex s work boot strategy? Why? Would you recommend they introduce a sub-branded boot line? Justification: Represents approximately 40% of Duraflex s business (from question 1), making it very difficult to profitably ignore this market While Duraflex does have greater market share in the casual boot market, we know from information given in the case that the casual boot market is smaller in size than the work boot market, which may indicate less opportunity for share growth; also, we derive lower margins (15% vs. 21%) from casual boots (from Exhibit 4) Increased work boot market focus Given that Badger is introducing a new work line, they may see new growth potential in the market which Duraflex may also want to capitalise on Building a stronger image among blue collar workers may entice them to try other Duraflex footwear products Implications: Enter safety / work channel we may be faced with pressure from Badger exerting influence on retailers in this channel Build comfort and quality / durability perception among blue collar workers Increase proportion of costs allocated to materials and labour potentially reducing company margin There may be unique / niche positionings for Duraflex (suggestions should be well thought out) Introduce sub-brand or increase promotion of brand with a focus on blue collar workers: may include onsite promotions, advertising in industry publications, or advertising in magazines / on television during programmes with a higher blue collar readership / viewership
20 Answer Q3 3. What changes would you recommend to Duraflex s work boot strategy? Why? Would you recommend they introduce a sub-branded boot line? Justification: Stronghold for Duraflex right now (40% market share) Fastest growing market Represents approximately 40% of Duraflex s business (from question 1), making it very difficult to profitably ignore this market Focusing additional resources on work boot market would risk of alienating casual boot buyers (white collar workers and students) Style is the top BPC for Duraflex (from Exhibit 3). From the statistics on Badger and Steeler, we know this is likely not an important criteria for the work boot market. By focusing on the casual boot market Duraflex can devote additional resources to keeping up with styles to better appeal to this target Emphasize casual boots Implications: Unlikely to be a strong competitor reaction, since Duraflex is already dominant player Duraflex will not need to enter new distribution channels Candidate should discuss a strategy for work boot market either winding down, maintenance etc. and implications of this
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