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Executive Summary

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Executive Summary


∗   Founded – History
∗   Growth
∗   Products
∗   Culture
    ∗ Employees
    ∗ Customers
∗ Amazon

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  1. 1. Zappos
  2. 2. Zappos Executive Summary
  3. 3. Executive Summary ∗ Founded – History ∗ Growth ∗ Products ∗ Culture ∗ Employees ∗ Customers ∗ Amazon
  4. 4. ZAPPOS Situation Analysis
  5. 5. Internal Environment Current objectives, strategy, & performance: ∗ Zappos is a service company that happens to sell clothing, shoes, handbags, eyewear, watches (and eventually a bunch of other stuff). ∗ Zappos is “Powered by Service” ∗ Providing the best online shopping experience possible. ∗ Fast, Free Shipping. Free return shipping. 365-day return policy. ∗ Fast fulfillment. Expedited delivery. Fast, friendly & expert customer service.
  6. 6. Internal Environment Availability of Resources: ∗ Best selection ∗ Over 1,000 brands ∗ Millions of items in warehouse ∗ 100% of products inventoried (no drop ship)
  7. 7. Internal Environment Organizational Culture & Structure: ∗Zappos operates separately from Amazon. ∗CEO Tony Hsieh manages the company the same as pre-acquisition days. ∗Terms of the arrangement with Amazon allows Zappos to remain committed to the values and mission of the company that has been in place since day one.
  8. 8. Internal Environment Organizational Culture & Structure: 1. Deliver WOW Through Service 2. Embrace and Drive Change 3. Create Fun and a Little Weirdness 4. Be Adventurous, Creative, and Open-Minded 5. Pursue Growth and Learning 6. Build Open and Honest Relationships With Communication 7. Build a Positive Team and Family Spirit 8. Do More with Less 9. Be Passionate and Determined 10. Be Humble
  9. 9. Customer Environment ∗ Who are current & potential customers? ∗ What do customers do with our products? ∗ Where do our customers purchase our products? ∗ When do customers purchase our products? ∗ Why/how do customers select our products? ∗ Why do potential customers not purchase our products?
  10. 10. External Environment ∗ Competition ∗ Online retailers such as shoebuy.com ∗ Conventional store front ∗ Economic growth & stability ∗ Online clothing has doubled over past 5 years ∗ Only 10% of retail clothing market ∗ Political, legal, & regulatory issues ∗ Internet taxation ∗ Support for Nevada state margin tax ∗ Technological Advancements ∗ Sociocultural Trends
  11. 11. SWOT Analysis Positive factors: Negative factors: Strengths Weaknesses ∗Large product selection ∗Large inventories Internal ∗Price competitive ∗Shipping costs factors: ∗Excellent customer experience ∗Competitors Opportunities Threats ∗Market penetration ∗State / federal regulations External ∗Lower overhead ∗Reliance on carriers factors: ∗Customer convenience ∗Reliance on internet providers
  12. 12. Key Questions ∗ Where is the industry now? ∗ What are critical success factors in the industry? ∗ Product selection ∗ Price competitiveness ∗ Free shipping ∗ No hassle returns which included free return shipping ∗ Fast delivery time
  13. 13. ZAPPOS Market Product Focus
  14. 14. MARKET PRODUCT FOCUS ∗ Target Market ∗ Men ∗ Women ∗ Children ∗ Product Market Grid Report ∗ Agreement with West-Coast’s shoe Pavilion to run its ecommerce site (shoepavillion.com) ∗ Zappos.com joined amazon.com
  15. 15. MARKET PRODUCT FOCUS
  16. 16. MARKET PRODUCT FOCUS ∗ Diversification ∗ Offers over 1000 brands of shoes and apparel ∗ Endless inventory of shoes in virtually every style, size, and color
  17. 17. MARKET PRODUCT FOCUS ∗ Differentiating Attributes ∗ Stocks more than 3 million pairs of shoes, handbag and accessories ∗ Selection and Service ∗ Positioning Strategy ∗ Exclusive footwear and apparel ∗ Fortune 100 companies ∗ 50 most innovative company ∗ Ranked significantly higher than other companies in fashion industry
  18. 18. Zappos Marketing Program, Strategy, and Tactics
  19. 19. Product ∗ Adidas, BCBG, Guess, Calvin Klein, D&G, Ed Hardy etc.. ∗ Find product and direct customer if they do not have item
  20. 20. Price ∗ Competitive pricing ∗ No coupons-feel that level of service supersedes need for coupons
  21. 21. Place ∗ Falling under the umbrella of Amazon, they are visual to the largest online retailer in the world
  22. 22. Promotion ∗ Engaging commercials ∗ Word of Mouth ∗ Collaboration using social media ∗ Customer service and liberal return policy ∗ Zappos Insights
  23. 23. Zappos vs. The Other Guys Key Variable Typical Brand Zappos Service as Marketing Low High Traditional Media High Low Spend Toll Free Number Hidden Everywhere Invitation to Interact Hard to find All the time Openness To Talk Business Only No time limit Toll Free Number Hours Typically 9-5 24/7 Outsourcing Common No Employees as Medium Normal advocates
  24. 24. ZAPPOS Financial Projections
  25. 25. Zappos.com Financial • Increased to over $1.2 billion sales • 75% repeat customers • Raised tens of millions from outside investors • $48 million from Sequoia Capital • 2009 only 5% profit • CEO Salary $36,000 per year • As of November 2009-Amazon.com
  26. 26. Amazon.com (2010 Financials in millions) Net Sales $ 34.20 40% Operating Exp $ 32.79 (Marketing = 3%) Net Income $ 1.15 28%
  27. 27. Amazon.com Revenue Mix (millions) $1,075 , 3% $15,417 , 42% $20,439 , 55% Media EGM Other Zappos.com accounted for approx. $1.4 billion of EGM in 2010
  28. 28. Amazon.com 2011 Forecast (in millions) Net Sales $ 36.80 Operating Exp 35.73 (Marketing = 5%) Net Income $ 1.07 Zappos.com $ 1.50
  29. 29. ZAPPOS Organizational Structure .
  30. 30. Zappos Organizational Structure  Relatively flat informal organizational structure  Direct Response Team  Key Management throughout organization  Positive organizational culture  Progressive leadership  Worker Empowerment
  31. 31. Organizational Chart
  32. 32. Direct Response Organizational Chart
  33. 33. ZAPPOS Company Achievements Let us “WOW” you!
  34. 34. ACHIEVEMENTS  From humble start-up in 1999 to #1 online shoe retailer in 2011.  One of first companies to capitalize on the emerging SEM market (Search Engine Marketing).  Success due to superior customer service rather than a glitzy marketing campaign.  “Word of mouth” marketing.
  35. 35. ACHIEVEMENTS  ZAPPOS Corporate Culture.  Fortune – “100 Best Companies to Work For.” #23 (2009) – Highest Ranking Newcomer  Tony Hsieh, “ This is not just a company. It’s like a way of life.”
  36. 36. ACHIEVEMENTS COMPANY MILESTONES 2002 - $32 Million in Gross Sales. 2006 – First $3 Million in one day. 2007 – Nike joins ZAPPOS.  Let us “WOW” you!
  37. 37. ZAPPOS/ AMAZON In 2009, Amazon acquired Zappos for $1.2 Billion in cash and stock. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos allows CEO Tony Hsieh to run Zappos independently.
  38. 38. FUTURE OF ZAPPOS Washout?  Fast, Free Shipping  Free Returns on Shipping  365- day return policy  24/7 Call Center  75% of sales- Repeat Customers  #1 Online Shoe Retailer
  39. 39. FUTURE OF ZAPPOS  Centralized warehouse location in Kentucky. Allows for faster delivery time.  Zappos stocks over 3 million shoes, handbags, accessories from over 1,136 brands.  Social Media Fan Favorite- 1.7 Million Fans on Twitter.
  40. 40. Recommendations ∗ Increased profit margin ∗ Reduce inventory and shipping cost ∗ Drop ship with select vendors that can provide transparent customer experience ∗ Eliminate low profit product lines ∗ Partner with suppliers on customer recommended products as opposed to in house investment ∗ Utilize Amazon’s global network to create an international presence (45%)

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