Environmental Analysis External Environment Chinese Market- still socialist economy”>> huge gap between the stated plans and the actual ability of government to manage and control the economy”>> tremendous amount of economic interaction took place outside the government! |s formal economic plan- many smuggling’s and piracies- regional blockades- over-employment problem Chinese color TV Market- full production capacity in demand”>> principal battleground- high competition”>> Japanese firms: high-end market. Increasing production bases”>> Domestic Firms: low-end market. But they were less competitive in large screen TV. – small color TV market was shrinking”>> large market size of these product lines facilitated the fast achievement of cost reduction (economy of the scale, learning effect) Consumer analysis- only 41% of households had color TV”>> 80% of urban, 28% of rural”>> Low-end market is not a viable long-term. But overall market was still expanding. – Buying power: expanding both high-ends and low-ends – Tendency that first image of a product lasted long in the eyes of the consumer.” >> the reason for differentiation needed focusing on high-ends – consumer preference”>> Urban- brand name, functionality were important factors.” >> Rural- reasonable quality and low price were preferred.
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– High protected market: too much tariff cost”>> localization needed Domestic (Korean) Market- Deteriorating of competitive advantage: rising the labor cost- Korean government policy: supportive of big business”>> getting worse of Korean market”>> Losing the M/S in the U. S. and no longer competitive in the low-end product”>> need to change the strategy focusing on high-end, high-tech- Liberalization of Korean market”>> Foreign firms were permitted to sell their product directly”>> More competitive in Domestic market, losing the domestic M/S”>> Samsung had to expand the foreign market. Internal Environment Experience in the U. S. – Set up the subsidiary there in 1979- Focusing on the low-end market segment based on competitive labor cost in Korea because of large demand and low competition base, and low barrier in the U.
S. – Samsung produced a few of the most popular sizes TV for cost reduction through economies of scale and the experience curve. – Dual brand policy: adopting! SS buyer brand name (large retailers or OEM)!” mostly but trying to build its own brand image- Establishing a production subsidiary in the U. S. because of trade barrier- Policy of Japanese firms: targeting high-ends for differentiation through brand name recognition”>> Matsushita: 4% of M/S in 1995 but could be high-price, higher profit- Policy of Samsung: still pricing strategy even though it had good quality of product”>> 3% of M/S, but much less profit than Matsushita and facing intense competition- Importance of TV industry to Samsung: second proportion of Samsung electronics”>> It was getting worse in situation of Samsung electronics, so needed some way to solve these problems Market participation in China- later market entering than Japanese firms- The establishment of SCH would enhance its image in China and speed up the accumulation of local knowledge of the market. – Still China was stereotyped in Seoul”>> The problem of headquarter that it couldn! |t recognize exactly about today! |s China- Samsung was concerning about the volume of sales, so Samsung wanted to focus on low-end.” >> But, it led to low profit because of low marginal revenue.
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It is shorted-insight. SWOT Analysis: Chinese Color TV Market Strengths- high technology in this industry- the experience to enter the foreign market and to be successful- supporting of the Korean government- many production subsidiaries in the world and ability to control them- ability to conduct cost reduction through economies of scale- increasing the interests of Chinese market- Weaknesses- Stereotyped thinking of the Headquarter about China- Trouble between SCH and headquarter in Seoul Opportunities- still and quickly expanding of the market- only 41% diffusion of household in China, especially just 28% in rural area- evaluation that the TV made by Samsung was high quality comparing with price- positive image in China for establishment of SCH Threats- late entering in Chinese market because there was a tendency that first image of a product lasted long in the eyes of the consumer- many competitors, intense competition in low-ends market- socialist economy in China, causing some problems- employment problem, difference between stated plans and real facts- many smuggling’s and piracies- regional blockades.