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Panera Bread Company. Dan McLindon Kyle McDaniel Jeremy Smiley Tom Anderson Ray Moorman. Contents. The Key Question Panera Bread Company History/Overview External Environment (PEST) Market Overview (Demand) Industry Overview (Supply)

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panera bread company
Panera Bread Company

Dan McLindon

Kyle McDaniel

Jeremy Smiley

Tom Anderson

Ray Moorman

contents
Contents
  • The Key Question
  • Panera Bread Company History/Overview
  • External Environment (PEST)
  • Market Overview (Demand)
  • Industry Overview (Supply)
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Internal Analysis
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Recommendations
key question for panera bread
Key Question for Panera Bread
  • Is the plan of expansion and reliance on franchise partners the right strategy for Panera Bread to grow at the rate they want to?
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Contents
  • The Key Question
  • Panera Bread Company History/Overview
  • External Environment (PEST)
  • Market Overview (Demand)
  • Industry Overview (Supply)
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Internal Analysis
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Recommendations
panera bread company overview1
Panera Bread Company Overview
  • Strategic Intent
    • “Make great bread broadly available to consumers across the United States”
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Contents
  • The Key Question
  • Panera Bread Company History/Overview
  • External Environment (PEST)
  • Market Overview (Demand)
  • Industry Overview (Supply)
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Internal Analysis
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Recommendations
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Contents
  • The Key Question
  • Panera Bread Company History/Overview
  • External Environment (PEST)
  • Market Overview (Demand)
  • Industry Overview (Supply)
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Internal Analysis
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Recommendations
overview of the industry demand
Overview of the Industry - Demand
  • Growth Rate
    • 925,000 food service locations in the U.S.
    • Are customers hungry for more?
overview of the industry demand1
Overview of the Industry - Demand
  • US restaurant industry growing at 5% annually
  • Where is the growth coming from?
    • $974 per person in 1994 spent on food away from home
    • Growth potential in suburban markets?
      • Panera is a representative in the “fast-casual” food category
      • 85% of individuals aware a Panera Bread was nearby dined there at least once (trial)
      • 57% of those did so in the last 30 days (repeat)
      • 81% willing to try Panera other times of the day
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Contents
  • The Key Question
  • Panera Bread Company History/Overview
  • External Environment (PEST)
  • Market Overview (Demand)
  • Industry Overview (Supply)
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Internal Analysis
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Recommendations
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Industry Overview (Supply)

Porter’s five forces:

Threat of

substitute products

HIGH

Rivalry among

existing competitors

Bargaining power

of buyers

HIGH

Bargaining power

of suppliers

LOW

Threat of

new entrants

LOW

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Contents
  • The Key Question
  • Panera Bread Company History/Overview
  • External Environment (PEST)
  • Market Overview (Demand)
  • Industry Overview (Supply)
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Internal Analysis
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Recommendations
what is the competition doing
What is the competition doing?
  • Most Fast-food and full-service restaurants are also responding to consumer preference.
    • New offerings
    • Seasonal menus
    • New themes and differentiation strategies
  • Competitors are going after Panera’s potential first time customers
    • Strategic attempts to capture the offerings that entice customers to try the “fast-casual” offerings
competition beyond commercial eateries
Competition beyond commercial eateries
  • Bars that offer food, hotels with restaurants, vending, etc. are all forms of competition.
    • Only 67% of total food service sales spent at commercial eating places
  • Home cooked meals are competition. 76% of meals are eaten at home.
competitors and strategy
Competitors and strategy

High Food Quality

Full Service

Applebee’s

Chili’s

Fast Casual

Panera

Chipotle

Brugger’s

Slower dining

experience

Quick dining

experience

QSR

Wendy’s

McDonalds

Lower Food Quality

Analysis: Panera is in a highly competitive area. QSR and full service aren’t competitors with each other. Fast Casual is positioned between the two and competes with both.

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Contents
  • The Key Question
  • Panera Bread Company History/Overview
  • External Environment (PEST)
  • Market Overview (Demand)
  • Industry Overview (Supply)
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Internal Analysis
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Recommendations
internal analysis markets served
Internal Analysis – Markets Served

Low/Untapped Markets

  • Competing in 5 submarkets
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • “Chill out”
  • Light evening
  • Take home bread
  • Differentiate with wide variety of menu options and café ambience
  • Management goal to make Panera a nationally recognized name brand
  • High penetration in St. Louis, Columbus, Jacksonville, Omaha, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Washington DC
internal analysis core competencies
Internal Analysis – Core Competencies

Red – Easy for competitors to develop

Yellow – Possible for competitors to develop

Green – Very difficult for competitors to develop

internal analysis growth initiative
Internal Analysis – Growth Initiative
  • Expanding number of locations at a rapid pace
  • Heavy reliance on franchise partners
  • Targeting 17% increase per year in number of locations by 2010
  • No international locations but considering expansion into Canada
  • Is this aggressive growth strategy prudent in the highly competitive and mature QSR industry?
internal analysis franchises
Internal Analysis - Franchises
  • Strong franchise network with strict requirements to entry
  • New partners to commit to 15 cafes over 6 years
    • Average startup cost $1 million to $2.25 million per location ($15 million to $33.75 million for 15)
    • Majority of franchise partner financed by debt (highly leveraged)
  • Can Panera find enough new franchise partners to meet growth targets?
    • Strong franchise partners are critical to preserve consistent quality and atmosphere at Panera restaurants
    • Bad partner can damage strong customer loyalty Panera has built
    • Panera does have out as it can elect to buy out any franchisee for a predetermined price
internal analysis supply chain
Internal Analysis – Supply Chain
  • 17 regional fresh dough facilities (16 corporate, 1 franchise)
    • Service both company and franchise cafes
    • Manufactures over 50 different products
    • Dough distributed via 140 trucks, each truck delivering to 6 cafes on average
    • Panera corporate recognizes profit on dough sold to franchise locations
    • Fresh dough making considered competitive advantage by management as it helped with consistency and efficiency
    • With rapid plans for expansion is this advantage in jeopardy as trips are already exceeding optimal 300 mile trip?
  • Sweet goods provided by Dawn Food Products in a cost-plus agreement
    • Finished onsite by bakers, but single source for sweet goods improves ability to deliver consistent products
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Contents
  • The Key Question
  • Panera Bread Company History/Overview
  • External Environment (PEST)
  • Market Overview (Demand)
  • Industry Overview (Supply)
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Internal Analysis
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Recommendations
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Contents
  • The Key Question
  • Panera Bread Company History/Overview
  • External Environment (PEST)
  • Market Overview (Demand)
  • Industry Overview (Supply)
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Internal Analysis
  • SWOT Analysis
  • Recommendations
recommendations
Recommendations
  • Work with franchisees to acquire Corner Bakery Café?
  • Expedite expansion in Canada or International (Europe)
  • Vertically integrate and acquire Dawn Food Products Inc.
  • Limit growth in existing markets and begin to focus on expansion into South and West
    • Offer existing franchisees opportunity to enter markets first
    • If limited interest open corporate stores to see if concept works before opening up new markets to new franchise partners
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