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Happy Hour by Chivita Wears new Look

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For many influential brands, the need to keep evolving in order to stay relevant and top-of-mind with consumers cannot be overemphasised. Brands adopt varying strategies including rebranding, repackaging and redesigning to retain consumer appeal. It is in this light that CHI Limited recently re-launched its Chi Happy Hour fruit drink, and rebranded it as “Happy Hour by Chivita” Fruit Drink. Happy Hour fruit drink now comes in new refreshing packs, with exciting new features that are appealing and distinct, a new logo and a new brand name “Happy Hour by Chivita” Fruit Drink.

The new design is stylish and comes in vibrant and unique colours of peach, purple, blue, lime green and groovy red. The colourful packs use storytelling and hashtags to communicate effortlessly with the consumer and are emblazoned with interesting visuals that delight the eyes. This visual communication is a great asset to help connect with consumers, reinforce personality of the brand and deepen the brand’s story.

In line with the brand’s aspirational and trendy outlook, every variant pack of the new Happy Hour by Chivita Fruit Drink tells a unique story of excitement and adventure. For instance, consumers can enjoy visuals of a camera, road and car with the #wanderlust hashtag or microphone, disc jockey and sunglasses with #partymode hashtag as well as guitar, trumpet and musical notes with #nonstop hashtag, among others. Each variant pack shares images that consumers can easily relate to in times of refreshment as they continue to enjoy the fruity goodness every pack offers.

With attractive variant names like Splashing Apple Peach Pear, Groovy Kiwi Mint Lime, Peach Pop, Totally Tropical and Guava Cheer, that connotes excitement and satisfaction, Happy Hour by Chivita Fruit Drink fully reflects its positioning as the best choice for fruity natural refreshment at all times.

Deepanjan Roy, Managing Director, Chi Limited notes that “Our brands’ messages are clear, concise and direct. Indeed, behind the Happy Hour by Chivita Fruit Drink name, the new package designs and the advertising campaign, is a strong, simple message, that effectively communicates the core value of the brand as a tasty fruity drink that is guaranteed to keep the consumer refreshed and satisfied. The new pack enables us to realign the look and feel of Happy Hour by Chivita with its fun-filled and non-stop goodness”.

The new pack also features on the brand’s social media platforms: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and You Tube. In order to complete the makeover, Chi Limited also developed a new TV advert, introducing the new pack of Happy Hour by Chivita to consumers. The advert, through lively animations, brings to life the happy story depicted through innovative features & motifs on each variant pack.

Happy Hour by Chivita fruit drink is made from the best quality fruits for consumers who desire pure, and natural refreshment. It is available in 5 variants; Splashing Apple Peach Pear, Groovy Kiwi Mint Lime, Peach Pop, Totally Tropical and Guava Cheer and in 1 litre, 500ml, 315ml and 180ml pack sizes.

CEO/Founder Investors King Ltd, a foreign exchange research analyst, contributing author on New York-based Talk Markets and Investing.com, with over a decade experience in the global financial markets.

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HealthPlus Founder, Alta Semper Foreign Investor In Leadership Battle

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Healthplus legal battle with Alta Semper

HealthPlus Founder Bukky George and Alta Semper, the foreign Investor that invested $18 million In the company in Leadership Battle

HealthPlus Limited, one of Nigeria’s major integrated pharmacies, is enmeshed in a leadership tussle as a foreign Private Equity firm, Alta Semper, that invested $18 million in the company two years ago is pushing for a complete takeover and has terminated the appointment of Mrs. Bukky George, the Chief Executive Officer and the original founder of the company.

In a letter signed by two directors, Afsane Jetha and Zachary Fond, the majority of the company’s board on September 25, 2020 issued an instruction appointing one Mr Chidi Okoro as the new chief transformation officer to provide interim leadership for HealthPlus Limited.

The statement reads, “The difficult decision was made in full compliance with Nigerian law and following a long and drawn-out process of engagement, through which the board sought to address multiple issues with the way the company was being managed.

“Despite a series of significant breaches of the terms of Mrs George’s engagement as CEO, the board explored a range of options that would enable her to continue to play an alternate leadership role.”

The statement also said a larger number of the board determined that a change of leadership was necessary for HealthPlus to achieve its strategic goals.

It said, “Mrs George continues to serve on the board, while Mr Okoro oversees the day-to-day operations of the company.

“The decision of Alta Semper Capital to acquire majority control of HealthPlus in 2018 and its belief in the company’s potential to become a market leader, not just in Nigeria, but across the continent, is a testament to the strength of the HealthPlus brand.”

However, another statement titled ‘Attempted hostile takeover by foreign private equity firm’ and signed by the management of the company said the announcement is false, wrongful and should be ignored.

It said, “It is the handiwork of unscrupulous foreign and local businesswoman and businessmen intent on reaping where they have not sown simply because they now see opportunities from the COVID-19 pandemic.

“It is instructive to note that the chairman of the board of directors resigned two days ago and another director resigned five weeks ago. Both gentlemen had been displeased and frustrated by the impasse and its debilitating effect on the company, its fortunes, employees and, above all, the sheer injustice occasioned by it all.”

“Mrs Bukky George founded and grew HealthPlus against the odds to the household brand that it is today. She continues to run the company as founder and Chief Executive Officer.”

The management said in 2018 HealthPlus limited decided to partner with Alta Semper Capital to grow the company through fresh capital injection but since the deal was signed, it has been problematic.

According to them, the private equity company was to exit HealthPlus after five years as stated in the agreement reached two years ago. They also stated that George was ready to give a controlling stake to Alta Semper in order for the company to realise its investment.

Unbeknown to Mrs George and HealthPlus Nigeria, the collaboration was doomed from the beginning because of the greed of the owners of Alta Semper and their ulterior motive of hijacking a thriving pharmaceutical concern in Nigeria,” it added.

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Five Largest Cosmetic Brands Now Worth Over $40bn, Gained $4bn Despite COVID-19

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World`s Five Largest Cosmetic Brands Worth Over $40bn in 2020, a $4bn Increase Despite COVID-19 Crisis

The COVID-19 outbreak has severely impacted the multi-billion-dollar cosmetics industry, causing thousands of closed stores and weak first and second-quarter sales.

However, the largest cosmetics companies and top beauty brands globally managed to increase their value despite the coronavirus crisis. According to data presented by Buy Shares, the world’s five largest cosmetic brands hit over $40bn value in 2020, a $4bn increase year-on-year. With $11.7bn in brand value, L’Oréal ranked as the largest cosmetic brand globally.

L’Oréal Brand Value Jumped by $1.3bn in 2020

In 2019, the brand value of the French multinational cosmetic giant L’Oréal amounted to $10.38bn, revealed the Brand Finance 2020 annual report. In the last twelve months, this figure rose by $1.3bn, an 13% increase year-on-year.

The report revealed that L’Oréal`s brand value increase had been primarily boosted by steady growth in sales across key markets in the last decade, especially in Asia, where over 20% of net sales are concentrated. The North American market sales rose by nearly 20%, mostly driven by CeraVe, SkinCeuticals, La Roche-Posay, and Vichy, which all delivered double-digit growth. The Group has also benefited from its digital transformation strategy, especially in Eastern Europe, where online sales surged by 50%.

Gillette ranked as the second-largest cosmetic brand in 2020. Statistics show the value of the US brand, owned by the multinational corporation Procter & Gamble increased by 18% in the last four years, rising from $7.1bn in 2016 to $8.48bn in 2020.

With almost $7.4bn in brand value, NIVEA represents the third-largest cosmetic brand globally. In 2016, the German personal care brand vas valued at $6.1bn. In the next twelve months, this figure rose to nearly $6.7bn. After a slight drop in 2018, the NIVEA brand value jumped to $6.8bn last year and continued rising. Statistics indicate the value of brand owned by the Hamburg-based company Beiersdorf Global AG rose by almost 20% in the last four years.

Estée Lauder Brand Value Surged by 41% in Two Years

The Brand Finance data also revealed that the brand value of Estée Lauder, the fourth-largest cosmetic brand in the world, jumped by 27% in 2020, the most significant increase among the top five companies. In 2018, the US skincare brand was worth $4.4bn. Over the last two years, this figure surged by 41% to nearly $6.3bn in 2020.

Statistics show that 2019 has been the most successful year in Estée Lauder’s history, with the global net sales reaching almost $15bn, an 8.6% increase year-over-year. Although the US corporation reported a net loss of $6 million due to the COVID-19 outbreak, statistics show its online sales skyrocketed in the first half of 2020.

The value of the US skincare producer Clinique, the fifth-largest cosmetic brand in the world, jumped by 15.4% year-over-year to $6.22bn in 2020.

Analyzed by geography, the United States represents the leading region globally, with $59.5bn in the total value of the eighteen leading cosmetic brands and 42% market share in 2020. French cosmetic companies ranked second with $40.1bn brand value and 28.3% market share. Japan, Germany, and the United Kingdom follow, with $12.6bn, $9.5bn, and $8.5bn value, respectively.

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FG Says Nigeria’s Rice Production Rises by 1.2mmt in Three years

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FG Interventions Boost Rice Production by 1.2mmt in Three Years

The Federal Government has said the nation’s rice production increased by 1.2 million metric tonnes within three years due to its interventions in the rice value chain.

This was disclosed by Mustapha Shehuri, Minister of State for Agriculture and Rural Development, in Omor and Umerum at Ayamelum Local Government, Anambra State while assessing the Federal Government rice farms/mills project there.

He added that the federal government is working on revitalising its rice farm in Anambra to boost rice production, increase new jobs and improve the standard of the people in the state and Nigeria at large.

The minister was quoted as saying, “The present administration has provided various interventions to promote investment in the rice sector.

“As a result of these interventions, the country has increased its production from 4.8 million metric tonnes of milled rice in 2015 to over six million metric tonnes by 2019 with huge reduction in the nation’s deficit.

He added that President Muhammadu Buhari administration is pursuing and implementing programmes to achieve self-sufficiency in rice production because of its strategic importance as a major staple food crop.

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