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I will admit that until very recently I was not familiar with the brand Chobani. You see, despite being the number one Greek yogurt in the United States, Chobani’s line of all-natural, non-GMO products aren’t currently available in Canada. However, when I started researching companies using social media as a means to engage their customers I kept seeing the Chobani name come up, so I decided to explore this brand and its strategy a little deeper. And now I’m thinking it might be time for a road trip south to see what all the fuss is about. Founded just over 10 years ago by Kurdish-American businessman Hamdi Ulukaya, Chobani has quickly risen to the forefront of the yogurt industry capitalizing on the market shift towards the creamier Greek-style of yogurt. In a 2013 interview Ulukaya stated that at the time of Chobani’s product launch in 2007 “Greek yogurt market share in the United States was less than 1 percent. And today it is almost 60 percent.” Becoming the top brand in that marketplace is quite the accomplishment, and proves that the company is doing something right not only with its product but its marketing strategy as well.
Transparency: B2B organizations respond to consumer demand through social media
Organization Name: FreshAirFarmer, Chobani, Industry: Agriculture/Food Manufacturing Web References: Content Marketing Institute, David Weaver – Inventory Supply Chain Blog, FreshAir Farmer, AgStar Financial Services, Chobani The benefits of social media for business-to-consumer organizations are well documented. It’s easy to find hundreds of examples of well executed campaigns where business use social platforms to engage consumers, promote brands and ultimately sell products…. Read more »