- The company Yves Rocher
- General Introduction
- Portrait of the brand and philosophy
- Packaging that protects nature
- Delivery mode
- Product Promotion
- Yves Rocher Foundation
- Yves Rocher and the international strategy
- Image and reputation
- General information on China
- Territory and resources
- Population and Society
- Infrastructure and transport
- Main Economic Indicators
- The characteristics of the cosmetics market in China
- Main segments
- The legal and administrative aspects
- Constraints and possible market difficulties
- Characteristics of the Chinese consumer
- Our strategy to penetrate the Chinese market
The cosmetics industry is currently booming and the opening of foreign markets has spawned new needs. Health, nature, ecology and the environment are now increasingly becoming the keywords of our society, which now demands cosmetics products that respect these concepts. With increasing focus on the environment and ecology, a new market has opened up in the cosmetics sector - botanical beauty products.
It is on this cosmetics segment that French brand Yves Rocher finds itself the world leader. Bearing a lot of potential, this rapidly evolving sector is witnessing massive international expansion by Yves Rocher. The company has to seize this opportunity for expansion as it cannot afford to overlook this sector which has become highly competitive; finding new export markets is the only way to sustain the business.
The brand, already present on the French market, has every reason to adopt a policy of export to new markets, to gain more market shares, and be more competitive in an industry where new brands appear every day. In the present case, we examine the feasibility of implementing the brand in China. The cosmetics market in China is now among the most promising markets and a real "Eldorado" justifying the growing interest of foreign companies in this sector.
For several years, the cosmetics market in China has been growing steadily, exceeding 20% per year, reflecting the country's economic growth as well as the rapidly changing consumer behavior. Yet, entering the Chinese market in general and the cosmetics market in particular poses a challenge as it appears to be saturated by the presence of many cosmetics companies like L'Oreal, which has already become the third largest cosmetics company on the Chinese market.
Faced with this competition, will the the Yves Rocher project in China turn into reality or remain a dream? Is it possible to establish the brand in China? If yes, what should be the mode of distribution and appropriate trade policy? As the story goes, 50 years ago, not far from the Broceliande forest in Britain, a healer passed on the recipe for a herbal ointment to Yves Rocher. It is in the attic of his family home that the young Rocher experimented with various formulae that helped him create the first in a long series of products with "Nature as a source of beauty."
The history of the brand is primarily the story of its creator, who invented the concept of beauty derived from plant based sources and mail order selling in order to reinvigorate the region's economy and its the Gacilly village reeling under a rural exodus. Obsessed with the idea of generating jobs to revive his country, Yves Rocher created his company to cater to the beauty of women.
Rooted in Breton, Yves Rocher has become an international brand. It is now a pioneer and leader in organic cosmetics: knowledge of plants/herbs and its benefits is at the heart of innovation in Yves’ science laboratories. A unique brand, Yves Rocher offers a rich diversity in its range of products, more than 600 for all skin types, to cater to all possible needs.
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[...] Faced with this competition, will the the Yves Rocher project in China turn into reality or remain a dream? Is it possible to establish the brand in China? If yes, what should be the mode of distribution and appropriate trade policy? I.The company Yves Rocher 1. General Introduction a. More of a vocation than a job As the story goes years ago, not far from the Broceliande forest in Britain, a healer passed on the recipe for a herbal ointment to Yves Rocher. [...]
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