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The case BRL Hardy: Globalizing an Australian Wine Company Bartlett, illustrates how difficult mergers are to navigate at the cultural, qualitative, sales and strategy- based execution levels of a consolidated company. The acquisition is as much about gaining access to new brands as it is about moving into the nascent but growing area of wine marketing that aligns more with the psychographics and personas of wine purchasers as it does about the more immediate features of a given wine Quinton, Harridge-March, The conflict between a smaller, more regionally focused brand that has a decentralized management structure that reflects its market orientation Hardy versus a highly centralized, volume-driven business model BRL pervades much of the case. Case Analysis Term Paper on Brl Hardy: Globalizing an Australian Assignment Combining deep insight into logistics, operations and managing a global distribution network along with savvy marketing in their native nation of Australia and other regions, BRL has proven expertise in mass marketing wines. BRL shows early in the case that the management team clearly understands that the wine market is inelastic; this can be inferred from their pricing strategies Bartlett, The price elasticity of wine specifically and beverages overall tend to be inelastic, with marketing and positioning, in addition to experiential marketing including psychographics Quinton, Harridge-March, being far more effective than just dropping he price and hoping for volume increases Felzensztein, Deans,

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The case BRL Hardy: Globalizing an Australian Wine Company Bartlett, illustrates how difficult mergers are to navigate at the cultural, qualitative, sales and strategy- based execution levels of a consolidated company. The acquisition is as much about gaining access to new brands as it is about moving into the nascent but growing area of wine marketing that aligns more with the psychographics and personas of wine purchasers as it does about the more immediate features of a given wine Quinton, Harridge-March, The conflict between a smaller, more regionally focused brand that has a decentralized management structure that reflects its market orientation Hardy versus a highly centralized, volume-driven business model BRL pervades much of the case.

Case Analysis Term Paper on Brl Hardy: Globalizing an Australian Assignment Combining deep insight into logistics, operations and managing a global distribution network along with savvy marketing in their native nation of Australia and other regions, BRL has proven expertise in mass marketing wines. BRL shows early in the case that the management team clearly understands that the wine market is inelastic; this can be inferred from their pricing strategies Bartlett, The price elasticity of wine specifically and beverages overall tend to be inelastic, with marketing and positioning, in addition to experiential marketing including psychographics Quinton, Harridge-March, being far more effective than just dropping he price and hoping for volume increases Felzensztein, Deans, Christopher Carson succeeds in his responsibilities in the merged company due to his insights into how the dynamics of the UK and broader European market work.

His ability to impact sales is in large part accelerated and supported by the freedom he has within a decentralized organizational structure Bartlett, Yet the merger literally clips his wings and he gets two bosses, one for reporting profits and other to answer to on marketing, positioning and customer messaging.

This drastically slows down his ability to move forward with new wine ideas that he intuitively sees as essential for BRLH to prosper in the UK and European markets.

Regional Autonomy vs. Bandrock Station in the UK is the wide gulf in regional autonomy vs. BRLH executives need to keep the regional strength of their acquired brands from Thomas Hardy balanced with the global brand development they have chosen as a long-range strategic objective. Specialty wines from specific regions of the world are often more successful when positioned when the unique, indigenous identity they have are promoted, even as part of a broader global brand Edwards, The hard reality for the BRL management team is that European wines are most successfully sold when they also have experiential value over and above just their taste, price or availability through distribution Spawton, A wine from Italy will evoke memories for many UK customers of warmer climates, holiday trips and memories of fun travels.

Yet this opportunity would be lost if Millar and Davies insist on complete corporate dependence and control. Stephen Davies wants to see Christopher Carson plan and execute highly effective marketing and selling strategies throughout the UK and Europe to further establish BRLH as a global brand, overcoming many of the regional challenges inherent in the organizational structure.

Millar fails to deliver any clear direction to alleviate the ongoing conflict between Carson and Davies.

He also is being very situationally-driven when making decisions regarding regional autonomy vs. The result is leadership inconsistency. This shift from wine taste alone to experience is leading to a proliferation for brands that seek to meet and exceed the preferences of wine consumer globally Bruwer, Saliba, Miller, Bandrock Station Underscoring how complex decisions are regarding regional autonomy vs.

Given the environmentally-focused messaging and strong alignment of the brand with sustainability messaging, it is recommended that Bandrock Station be launched globally. Bandrock Station has implications for BRLH branding globally as well, further positioning the company as a leader in sustainability efforts as well. For Carson, this presents a unique challenge of working with Paul Browne who will most likely leave the company after his branding efforts are not used.

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BRL Hardy: Globalizing an Australian Wine Company

Herbert Rau 2 Several factors contribute to the remarkable success of BRL Hardy prior to the merger as well as to the post era. Though the success was long in coming the transformation between the old world and the new brought larger markets, new trends, and increased production to the company. The old world which gave the company its roots began in Thomas Hardy the founder of the company won an international gold medal in lending credibility to the name. Through the years, the company became two in one, one where the value creation was in the award-winning quality, and the other in a mass production of affordable shelf wine. The two opposing concepts would be the beginning of a tumultuous but winning result of the merger between BRL and Hardy.

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