Case ID: 706435
Solution ID: 1366
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Brighter Smiles for the Masses Colgate vs P&G Case Solution

Case Solution

P&G, in 2000 developed a product with which customers could whiten their teeth easily. These strips were the initiator of a new segment of the oral care industry. The industry was worth $460 million as of 2002. P&G’s main competitor in oral care, Colgate was faced with difficulties. P&G had protected its innovation by several patents. Colgate had to develop a new product to compete with the white strips. It launched the simply white which could be painted on the teeth, with a whitening effect. Simply white had 50% of market share and Crest lost its 50% share in the industry. However, P&G found that simply white was not as effective as the strips. The case raises a question of the advantage that P&G could take because of this ineffective product.

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Breakeven Analysis

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Questions Covered

1- Breakeven Analysis and ROI
 

2- Company Wise Financial Analysis

 

3- SWOT Analysis