Product details

Share this page:
Please find below the full details of the product you clicked a link to view.
Published by:
INSEAD (2015)
Version:
04.2015
Length:
28 pages
Data source:
Field research

Abstract

This is a French version. Yue Sai is L'Oreal's troubled Chinese luxury brand. Alexis Perakis-Valat, the new CEO of L'Oreal China, has made it a point of honor to turn the brand around. He has asked Stephane Wilmet, the brand's new general manager, to come up with a turnaround plan that will restore L'Oreal's reputation in China as the world's best cosmetic marketer. Stephane Wilmet and Ronnie Liang, Yue Sai's marketing director, must reconsider everything from Yue Sai's value proposition down to its media, price, product, and distribution strategies. The case shows the challenges that even very successful multinational firms experience when doing business in China. Specific topics discussed include: 1) Functional vs emotional branding. Can all brands become 'passion' brands? Should they? 2) Effects of country of origin, national pride, traditions and cultural beliefs in today's China. 3) Marketing 'masstige' (affordable luxury) brands. How to leverage brand heritage while staying current and relevant in a fast-moving market.

Topics

Marketing; China; Branding; Advertising; Cosmetics; Luxury; Beauty
Industry:
Other setting(s):
2011

Access this item

casecent.re/p/127094
View our pricing guide
or to see prices.

Reviews & usage