Satish Sath Mungle

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  • 1. MUNGLE COMIC BOOK - Satish Indian Business Academy, Greater Noida.
  • 2. MUNGLE - COMIC BOOK
    • Digital story via innovative media and formats;
    • Comic based on animal characters.
  • 3.
  • 4. Characters in run
    • Billo Donkey is the lead character, hes a runaway from the city and an outsider in the mobile jungle. Smart, witty and full of energy;
    • Prinss - cool dude of jungle. Hes always looking for something extra to impress girls. He starts out as the arch enemy of billo and gang but soon becomes their buddy when gets an entry into bollywood.
  • 5. Characters in run
    • Dollar, the monkey is billos first friend in the jungle, he convinces the donkey to start a mobile in jungle, making it the mobile jungle;
    • Rani the lioness - short tempered, becomes billos protector and best friend in jungle. Her courage and humour keeps the group together even in the toughest times;
  • 6. Brand Objectives
    • To engage and build digital communities of desirable target consumers;
    • Comic book as a tool / activity book for the target consumers;
    • Positioning the mungle as a comic hero in the minds of target consumers;
    • To make consumers more attractive towards technology;
  • 7. Target Audience
    • Children between the age group of 7 13 years.
  • 8. Brand Positioning
    • An attractive and colorful comic with a story of technological evolution.
  • 9. 4 Ps
    • Product:
      • Brand name Mungle comic book;
      • Animated contents in CD, story book and activity books like coloring book, puzzles, etc
      • Comic based on animal characters;
      • Digital story via innovative media and formats;
      • More action is shown on colorful diagrams;
      • Weekly issue;
      • Packed with a glass paper for attraction;
  • 10. 4 Ps
    • Price:
      • List price Rs 25;
      • Discount of 5% for sale in schools. (only in case of bulk order);
  • 11. 4 Ps
    • Promotion:
      • Sales promotions in schools;
      • ATL & BTL advertising;
      • PR across Tv, Print and Internet;
      • Direct marketing in schools;
      • Road show in schools;
      • Mungle Games to attract target consumers;
      • And others.
  • 12. 4 Ps
    • Place:
      • Available at all book shops near schools;
      • Available at all super markets and malls;
      • Stall in schools at regular internal;
      • School networks;
      • Online;
      • Mobile distribution networks;
  • 13. Unique Selling Proposition
    • Childrens basically love cartoons. when some thing is shown in attractive diagrams they tend to concentrate more.
    • Mungle being a comic in the form of CDs, story book and activity books tries to tell stories with more and lots of attractive animated diagrams in actions i.e. less conversation and more attractive diagrams in action.
  • 14. 360 Communication
    • Pre launch:
      • Slow buildup as a PR tool across Tv, Print and Internet;
      • Flyover distribution in schools;
      • talk value (word of mouth) and publicity value (word of media);
  • 15. 360 Communication
    • At the launch:
      • Credential spokes person in Tv, print and internet;
      • Inviting the journalists for a preview;
      • Full page Advertisement in news papers;
      • Buzz Marketing;
  • 16. 360 Communication
    • After the launch:
      • Use Alliteration, Repetition & Rhyme ;
      • Sponsoring Tv programs;
      • Concentration on school network;
      • In shop hoarding all shops selling Mungle comics;
      • Hoarding and flyovers available at all touch points;
      • Explore relationship extensions with new partner.
  • 17. Strategy for effective launch plan for Mungle
    • PR print media:
      • Article in News paper;
      • Writing from a comic field spokes person;
    • PR Internet:
      • Slow buildup by some leaking information to build interest before launch;
      • Launch of Posters of characters in internet before launch to attract publicity;
  • 18. Strategy for effective launch plan for Mungle
    • PR TV:
      • Appearance of credential spokes person for Mungle;
      • Tie up with children related programs in Tv;
      • Making Mungle comic as a cartoon program in Tv to attract children towards reading Mungle comic;
  • 19. Strategy for effective launch plan for Mungle
    • Online Marketing:
      • Dedicated website for Mungle;
      • Creating blogs for Mungle;
      • Creating Mungle communities in Orkut, Yahoo groups and others;
      • Making a paid advertisements in other sites;
      • Create interest by asking simple questions about Mungle characters for prizes in exclusive Mungle website. This can be done in other sites also via paid advertisement.
  • 20. Strategy for effective launch plan for Mungle
    • Promotion via mobile:
      • Tie up with mobile operators;
      • Posters via GPRS facility to build interest;
      • Live contests and prizes via messages;
      • Small review of Mungle send via SMS;
      • Mobile games with a Mungle characters;
  • 21. Strategy for effective launch plan for Mungle
    • Promotion in network of schools:
      • Road shows in schools with Mungle character;
      • Contests in the form of inter school competition;
      • Convincing schools authorities to paint Mungle posters in the walls of kinder garden classes;
      • Making Mungle posters available in notice board of schools;
  • 22. Distribution
    • Via Mobile Distribution Network:
      • Posters and stories can be downloaded in mobile with the help of GPRS;
      • Tie up with mobile network;
      • SMS contests;
      • Mobile games with Mungle characters;
  • 23. Distribution
    • Online:
      • Games with Mungle characters;
      • Contests online;
      • Stories available online;
      • Posters and wall papers available in internet;
      • Blogs with a killer headline;
  • 24. Distribution
    • School networks:
      • Posters placed in schools to attract target consumers;
      • Guest lectures to impart fun with learning concept;
      • Sponsoring to school programs;
      • Hoarding outside the sch