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RADIANTE

It acts like bleach, but contains no bleach CHALLENGES

To take advantage of the (Cloralex ) brand to sell a product with different attributes To arrive at a graphically viable, short-term solution ®

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52 53 In an effort to diversify and continue developing

final decision could be made

increasingly more specialized products, Industrias

with the physical product in

AlEn® decided to venture into the colored fabric

hand. The brand manager

stain remover category. For this line, a separate

deserves a lot of credit for

brand of non-bleach stain remover had to be

working closely with Forum

created to prevent the confused perception of

to arrive at the most viable

bleaches that remove color. Its efficiency, however,

solutions based on study results.

had to be emphasized. Studies revealed that this line of products was relatively unexplored, with scarce positioning in Mexico 44%

15%

CLORALEX

CLOROX

13%

6%

BLANCATEL

CLARASOL

5%

17%

LOS PATITOS

OTHERS

and that the category should be targeted at practical, forward-looking women, willing to pay a little more to satisfy their cleaning needs. This product would perfectly complement Cloralex, the company’s star product and Mexico’s most popular bleach, which has the additional natural attribute of being a strong disinfectant. The surveys that were carried out revealed that consumers associated the Cloralex brand with its bleach content, and linking it with colored fabrics produced negative connotations. Consequently, the names Radiante and Brillante were chosen to go through a focus group study and come up with the brand name that would work best and then back it up with the Cloralex brand endorsement. Industrias AlEn, which was already working with Forum on the design of other packages, asked the firm to develop the brand identity and design the label for this new stain remover. Forum suggested using both names throughout the project, so that the

Vanish is the most recognized brand in the colored fabric stain remover category, followed by others with lesser participation. ®

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