Brand Name Essays and Term Papers

  • Brand Names

    Brand Names Written in: Grade 8 | Year: 2006 Mom! None of the jeans in my drawer fit! I think I need a new pair. Well, I'll have to get you some from that company you like; John Cool Guy when I go to Wal-Mart. But those kind of jeans aren't cool anymore! I want some new American Eagle jeans!...

      704 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Brand Name

    first glance. Fakes quality is really poor and it is impossible for them to last even half time of original products. Secondly, nothing but the brand. A lot of people buy clothes only because it’s Louis Vuitton, Burberry or Ralph Lauren, boots because it’s Jimmy Choo’s or Louboutin or electronics...

      413 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Brand Name

    Brand name • • • • • COLGATE PEPSODENT CLOSE UP DABUR RED MESWAK "Meswak toothpaste. Formula sirf Bharatke paas hai” Meswak (also referred to as Miswak) is a toothpaste brand that was launched in India by Balsara Hygiene in 1998.[1] The toothpaste is marketed as a herbal toothpaste[2] as it is made...

      1052 Words | 20 Pages   Retail

  • Brand Name

     How do brand names influence consumer purchasing decisions? Supichaya Sunthornjittanon(Britney) Portland State University Thesis statement: Reputation and design are two main reasons why consumers decide to buy brand name products Reputation is one of the most important reasons why people...

      1526 Words | 8 Pages  

  • Name Brand

    Name brand vs. Store brand During these economic times people turn to lower priced products in order to make their money go further. The difference between name brand cereal and store brand version may look the same but cost different prices. The Store brand versus Name brand cereals; which one...

      970 Words | 3 Pages   Rice Krispies, Kellogg’s

  • Brand Name

    Brand name Dosage form composition Pack size Manufacturer importer prize FERROCARE CAPSULES DRIED FERROUS SULPHATE107.2MG,FOLIC ACID 500MCG,CYANOCOBALAMIN 300MCG 6x10s, 6s Softgel Health Care Pvt Ltd. Pharma Associates RARICAP L 200ML GLASS BOTTLES FERROUS CALCIUM CITRATE AND FOLIC ACID 25MG & 0.5MG...

      536 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Brand and Brand Names

    Brands and Brand Names A brand is a name and/or a symbol that uniquely identifies a seller's goods or services in the market. Nielsen Media Research lists more than 500,000 brands worldwide in more than 2,000 product categories. Brands enable customers rapidly to recognize the makers of goods or providers...

      1248 Words | 4 Pages   Trademark, United States trademark law, Lanham Act, Retail

  • Bargain Brand vs Brand Names

    Bargain Brand vs. Brand Name Introduction In this lab the main purpose was to research for a company that made bargain brand products to see if college students equally like bargain bands to name brands. The experiment that was preformed was based solely on the taste of the products. To be sure the...

      682 Words | 2 Pages   Confidence interval, Null hypothesis, Statistical significance, Blind experiment

  • Choosing Brand Names

    Choosing Brand Names Introduction How should brand names be chosen? Is the name important? Marketing theory suggests that there are three main types of brand name: (1) Family brand names: A family brand name is used for all products. By building customer trust and loyalty to the family brand name, all products...

      460 Words | 2 Pages   Marketing, Brand

  • About brand name

    Regarding the students surveyed, from Figure 2.11. A large proportion of respondents are affected by peer which is the main channel to know brand names, closely followed by around 73 percent who affected by celebrity. Media also is one of the channels to affect students, which 70 percent behind by the...

      558 Words | 4 Pages  

  • The Power of Brand Name

    The Power of Brand Name The success of any business or consumer product in today’s world depends in part on the target market’s ability to distinguish one product from another. Branding helps ultimately consumers to identify one product from those of the competition. However, there is a second side...

      1406 Words | 4 Pages   Marketing, Economic problem, Abercrombie & Fitch, Social status

  • Brand Name Products

    Brand Name Products Advertising, a form of commercial mass communication designed to promote the sale of a product or service, or a message on behalf of an institution, organization, or candidate for political office. Evidence of advertising can be found in cultures that existed thousands of years ago...

      2354 Words | 8 Pages   Advertising, Media planning, Out-of-home advertising, Media buying

  • The Power of Brand Names

    The Power of Brand Names Brand names have become a dominant factor in consumer marketing of a myriad of products, ranging from potato chips to refrigerators to tennis shoes. In looking at the historical development of brand names, Coca-Cola® was one of the first nationally recognized brands to come along...

      2488 Words | 7 Pages   Brand, Glasses, Brand equity, Corrective lens

  • Brand name creation

     Brand name creation process We read the chapter 16 from the New Products Management -book. We interested in the topic “What is a good brand name?” and so we wanted to find an article that would tell more about brand naming. We read the article “Observations: Creating Effective Brand Names: A...

      504 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Generic vs. Name Brand

    You Get What You Pay For When you shop for groceries where do you stand in choosing either a generic vs. brand name product? Do you reach for the brand name box of Kraft macaroni and cheese, or would you rather pick up a generic box of macaroni and cheese to save that extra 10 cents? Is...

      1070 Words | 3 Pages   Generic brand, Shopping, Self-esteem, Retail

  • Brand Name and Corporate Image

     Brand Name and Corporate Image Valarie Murphy-Taylor OMM 615 Robert DeYoung August 04, 2014 Abstract The aim of this paper is to describe the difference between brand name and corporate image. As companies seek to gain a competitive edge through means...

      2476 Words | 10 Pages   Reputation, Selling, Brand, Sales

  • Brand Name And Corporate Image

     Brand Name and Corporate Images Brendolynn Champlaie OMM 615 Strategies: Marketing/Advertising/Public Relations Instructor: Larry Flegle May 7, 2014 Brand Name and Corporate Images Consumer's associate brands with the organization and consumers expect organizations to keep their promises...

      871 Words | 5 Pages   Brand, Brand equity

  • Bad Brand Names

    celebrate if the entire world adopted their product name to describe an essential business activity. Not Xerox. For decades they've tried to kill the use of "xerox" as the standard term for "photocopying"--and instead have tried to broaden the brand into office automation and various kinds of computing...

      550 Words | 2 Pages  

  • PHARMACY- Brand Names and Generic Names of Medicines

    BRAND NAME GENERIC NAME THERAPEUTIC CLASSIFICATION INDICATION OR USE 1. ADVIL IBUPROFEN anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antipyretic  Management of mild to moderate pain & inflammation 2. ALAXAN IBUPROFEN PARACETAMOL  Analgesics (Non-Opioid) & Antipyretics Relief of mild to moderately severe pain of...

      5155 Words | 37 Pages   Diclofenac, Angina pectoris, Coronary artery disease, Myocardial infarction

  • Generic v. Brand Name products

    Generic V. Brand Name Products Generic drugs are copies of brand-name drugs that have the exact same dosage and ingredients. There isn’t really much of a difference between, generic drugs and name brand drugs. Generic drugs are essentially the same, the intended...

      935 Words | 3 Pages   Paroxetine, Citalopram, Generic drug, Food and Drug Administration