"Brand" Essays and Research Papers

Brand

 Brand Analysis 1. What product/brand have you selected? - I have selected Maybelline Volum’ Express mascara for my product to analyze. Purchase Decisions 2. What is the thought process that you go through when you purchase that brand? - When I purchase this particular mascara, I begin to look at all of the different types of mascara that they have… I think to myself, do I want the length, waterproof or not waterproof. Then I begin to look at the prices. 3. Is this a high involvement...

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Brand Failures

 S1 In my presentation I’m going to analyse the “Brand Failure”, giving some examples… S2 …Like: INTRODUCTION: Some rules why brands fail Brand myths CLASSIC FAILURES: New Coke VS Pepsi IDEA AND CULTURAL FAILURES: Kellogs cereal mates Kellogs in India Schweppes tonic water in Italy S3 Introduction In the past, branding was created to protect products from failure, and products were responsible for the fate of a company: when the sales decreased, the product failed. Now the...

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Brand Personality

Brand Personality ► Brand personality is what distinguishes one brand from another or a particular brand from a product. is easier to intuitively understand brand personality rather than define it ► It Brand personality of DABUR ► Strong heritage ► Herbal or ayurvedic benefit ► Healthy ► Nurturing ► Consumers find it easy to deal with brands that have strong personality because it is easier to remember them. ► Ex : Parle G the largest selling biscuit in the low price segment...

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FAVORITE BRAND

 Favorite Brand Antoinette Mitchell MKT/421 November 5, 2014 Eric Mc Math Favorite Brand The world is filled with brilliant products and services developed by diverse companies. These developments have extended consumer choices heightening the level of competition between companies. The implication of this is companies have to develop strong brands that will gain most of the market share compared with their competition. The Apple Company is a well-known company mobile and software industry....

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Armani Brand

second part of the situation analysis will focus on the Armani perfume SWOT : we describe the main strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats but not all the existing points because it would be too long and uninteresting. Strengths The brand image of Armani License exploited by L’Oréal : a very good promotional support A very dense distributive network Weaknesses License exploited by L’Oréal : is there a total control of the product image ? Price : a little bit more...

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Brand Manager

managed a large number of staff during my past 22 years of empirical experiences and hands-on knowledge in luxury retailing, merchandising, buying and designing .With these skill-set, I am well qualified to increase the revenue and improve the brand image through thorough organizing and planning in all parts of retailing from designs through point of sale . As we say in New York "if you can make money for me, you are hired". Also please Google my name for images and videos. WORK EXPERIENCE ...

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Brand Marketing

Brand 1: Coca-Cola Coca-Cola overview “In 1886, John Pemberton, an Atlanta pharmacist, was inspired by simple curiosity when he discovered ‘Coca-Cola’. One afternoon, he stirred up a fragrant, caramel-colored liquid and, when it was done, he carried it a few doors down to Jacob’s pharmacy. The mixture was combined with carbonated water and sampled by customers who all agreed that the drink was something special. So Jacob’s Pharmacy put it on sale for five cents a glass. Pemberton’s bookkeeper...

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Favourite Brands

FAVOURATE BRANDS: 1. SONY ERICCSON-K800i 2. MERCURY WOOFERS 3. BMW 4. PANDA BEAR 5. WRIST WATCH-SAMSUNG DESCRIPTION ABOUT THE FAVOURATE BRANDS: ➢ SONY ERICCSON-K800i: What do you like about the product or brand name? I like Sony Ericsson-K800i because its sound quality, graphics and other features are too much better than all other hand sets. What do you dislike? I don’t like its joy stick because it is very sensitive and become an interrupt for me. What...

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Global Brand and Local Brand

Global brands Vs. Local Brands Introduction According to Ger, Belk and Lascu (1993), advances in communications and information systems technology have shrunk distances, thereby linking markets through flows of information across markets. These trends enhance the management of global operations and drives up the need to deal effectively with global competition. As firms enter international markets, branding plays an important role in its marketing strategy. Many consumers use brands as clues to...

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Brand Audit

 Group Brand Audit Project Your group assignment is to pick a brand from the list of brands(attached) and conduct a thorough brand audit. Each group must study and analyze a different brand. Brands will be assigned on a "first come, first serve" basis. Post your group’s choice of brand and gp number on the “questions for Prof/TA” board so that everyone can see your group’s choice. This way, the other gps will know which brands are already taken on a first come first serve basis. Once...

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Brand Positioning

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Pacific Brands Case Study

Pacific Brands Case Study Contents Introduction 1. Problem Identification 1.1 Cost Reduction 1.2 Structural Reorganisation 1.3 Ethics and Social Responsibility 2. Problem Analysis 2.1 Cost Reduction 2.2 Structural Reorganisation 2.3 Ethics and Social Responsibility 3. Recommendations 4. Bibliography Introduction Pacific Brands is an Australian based textile retail business that operates throughout Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and Asia. Within the following...

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Brand Positioning and Core Values

Segmentation  Demographic  Middle to High level income adults  Benefit  Everyone seeks for having pleasure from the icecream Direct Sets of Competition Brand with similar target market and segmentation Panda Magic Golf Bravo Indirect Sets of Competition  All other ice creams brands can be seen as indirect competitor of Magnum  Even Algida’s Cornetto can be indirect competitor Positioning Map Perceived Quality x Magnum x Cornetto x Bravo ...

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Brand Loyalty

Brand Loyalty One of the most desirable traits that marketers would like to see in the consumers they are positioning their product towards is loyalty to their brand. Brand loyalty can be defined as “the extent of the faithfulness of consumers to a particular brand, expressed through their repeat purchases, irrespective of the marketing pressure generated by the competing brands.” (Business Dictionary, 2012) An expression of brand loyalty from consumers can help companies to experience significant...

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Brand Architecture of ITC

 Brand Architecture: ITC (FMCG/Foods) Sethunath EB#41 ITC Limited or ITC is an Indian conglomerate headquartered in Kolkata, West Bengal. Its diversified business includes five segments: Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG), Hotels, Paperboards & Packaging, Agri Business & Information Technology. Mission: Creating World-Class Indian Brands ITC believes that world-class...

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Successful Brand Leadership-Gucci

Successful Brand Leadership Made by Annus Dorottya Introduction: The House of Gucci, better known simply as Gucci, is an Italian fashion and leather goods label, part of he Gucci Group, which is owned by French company Pinault-Printemps-Redoute (PPR). Gucci was founded by Guccio Gucci inFlorence in 1921. Gucci generated circa €2.2 billion worldwide of revenue in 2008 according to BusinessWeek magazine and climbed to 41st position in the magazine's annual 2009 "Top Global 100 Brands" chart created...

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Nike: Building a Global Brand

| Nike: Building a Global Brand | MKTG 4082W | | 1. Nike’s brand image, a set of emotions, feelings, and experiences with the brand, developed over time through advertising campaigns and consumer experiences with Nike. The core attributes of Nike’s brand image include high performance, innovation, and aggressiveness. Nike positioned itself as a company that makes products for athletes, by athletes. They tailor their products for serious/winning athletes and also stress their point-of-difference...

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3 Brand Tag Line

Intl Advertising 2015 49th Feb 1 Sunday night Intl Advertising 2015 Why Need a (Strong) Brand ? Intl Advertising 2015 Interbrand 2014 Top 30 Intl Advertising 2015 Brand Valuation by Interbrand https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tK2ozWQ0HA4 Intl Advertising 2015 Value of a Strong Brand Asset + Future potential + Goodwill + Brand Loyalty Intl Advertising 2015 Intl Advertising 2015 Brand = Product ? Intl Advertising 2015 x Commodity A “commodity” is a product or service that...

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Critical Brand Evaluation

Critical Brand Evaluation MM36620 A brand is not a logo; a logo is just a symbol that represents the brand. A brand is not a tagline; a tagline is an expression of the brand. It is not a product; a product is a tangible representation of the brand. While products come and go over time, brands can live indefinitely; your brand is derived from who you are, who you want to be and who people perceive you to be. A brand can be defined as ‘A name, term, design, symbol, or any other feature that identifies...

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Jang Brand Audit

Jang Newspaper Brand Audit Prepared by: Moiz Instructor: Dr. Kamran Siddiqui INTRODUCTION OBJECTIVE The purpose of this brand audit is to analyze the brand Jang Newspaper and determine the true personality of the newspaper. The brand audit covers the key attributes that are associated with Jang, the specific needs that the newspaper caters to and which particular the target market that it serves. Finally the audit has CBBE model that identifies the equity of the brand and certain recommendations...

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Apple Brand Audit

 Apple Brand Audit  1.  Brand Inventory A. Brand Elements  Apple Inc. has been committed to bringing the best personal computing experience to students, educators, creative professionals and consumers around the world through its innovative hardware, software and Internet offerings. Apple Inc. designs, manufactures, and sells computers, music players, and now mobile communication devices. Apple Inc. has always been known by its users as a revolutionary and innovative company that never...

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7up Brand Equity

7up Brand Equity Brand Management AMAL BINMAHFOOZ 20/02/’12 Instructor: Asma Chang PepsiCo Mission and Vision At PepsiCo, we believe being a responsible corporate citizen is not only the right thing to do, but also the right thing to do for our business (2011). Our Mission Our mission is to be the world's premier consumer products company focused on convenient foods and beverages...

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Nike Brand Anasysis

- Perry Broome - Fanshawe College | | here Dear: Morgan Feltz, I am an intern here at Nike HQ in Los Angeles and I have decided to write to you today a consumer brief that identifies our strong points within the Nike Brand, a strong sports brand that has expanded to high-end sports appeal reaching many demographics and psychographics as well. It is understood that psychographics identify personality characteristics and attitudes that affect a person's lifestyle and purchasing...

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Brand equity

the top of the global brands with an estimate value of &78 billion. IBM has closely behind with 71$ billion. Despite those two businesses have totally different of business nature, these two firms have a significant common characteristic which is the value of their brand is extremely high. However, the value of branding isn’t only reveal in those two firms but the entire market has the common factors which are the most successful firm always has a high value of their brand. Branding is one of the...

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Brand Assessment

brand design + strategy BRAND ASSESSMENT WHAT IS A BRAND? Though a brand is oftentimes mistaken as a variety of different things, it’s important to understand its ambiguous nature. A brand is not simply the logo, nor the visual identity. A brand is not the product, the service, the slogan or the advertising campaign. A brand is not even controlled by the company behind it. Rather, a brand is a collection of perceptions that reside in the mind of the consumer/customer. It is the gut feeling...

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Brand and Zara

Zara is classified as the shopping goods in the category of consumer products. Zara is an international clothing brand which is a part of the Inditex Group. Zara’s products mainly focus at the clothing and their products are bought for the final use. So, it is classified in the category of the consumer products. Zara is classified as the shopping goods because of their brand. Their brand had made the price of their product higher than other competitors seems like Padini. The price of their products...

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Organization and Brand Equity

Take your corporate brand or brand of any product/ service that your organization offers. What is the promise of the above brand? Also identify the brand elements and their role in building brand equity. I work for MSD India Pvt Ltd. Merck & Co., Merck Sharp & Dohme, MSD outside the United States and Canada, is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. Merck headquarters is located in Whitehouse Station, New Jersey. The company was established in 1891 as the United States...

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Brand extension

 Porsche –True to Brand? 1. Issues on Porsche’s brand equity in related to entering Sport-Utility Vehicle(SUV) market a. Concerns on brand equity with SUV category There are two main concerns related to Porsche’s expansion to SUV category. First is whether entering in to SUV market would be a smart move in brand equity’s point of view. And the other concern how a choice of production location might affect Porsche brand. The case identifies three uncertainty which would be elaborated in the following...

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Brand Repositioning

established brand with the intention of developing a differentiated (new) position in the mind of stakeholders and competitors. This may involve radical changes to the brand's logo, brand name, image, marketing strategy, and advertising themes. These changes are typically aimed at the repositioning of the brand/company, sometimes in an attempt to distance itself from certain negative connotations of the previous branding, or to move the brand upmarket. However, the main reason for a re-brand is to communicate...

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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 purchase a specific product. When consumers buy products, they usually see what company those products come from. Consumers would check for the product origins before they buy them. Then, if they...

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Brand Knowledge

Brand Knowledge Structure and Brand Elements What is Brand Awareness? Recognition versus recall – Brand versus situation cues Awareness depth versus breath – Brand versus situation linkages Why is brand awareness important? A necessary condition for inclusion in the set of brands being considered for purchase – A sufficient condition for choice in low-involvement decision settings – Influences the nature and strength of association – Brand Image Brand Perceptions through Associations ...

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Brand Concept Formulation

 Brand Concept Formulation:  Jaques of London Balmoral Croquet Set Brand Concept Elements and Parameter Descriptions Brand Name:  Jaques of London Balmoral Croquet Set 1. Category strategy element - Placement: Jaques boasts their authenticity by priding themselves in offering the world’s finest and largest range of Croquet Equipment available. Jaques invented the game of Croquet, introducing it to the world in 1851, and have been making Croquet sets of the highest quality ever since. ...

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Brand Personality

Brand Personality Definition Have you recently come across statements like “Brand X is rugged and macho with a spirit of adventure and freedom” or “Brand Y is stylish, trendy, younger and competitively priced”? These are some statements that tell about what is the personality of the brand in the minds of the consumers. Aaker defines Brand personality as ‘a set of human characteristics associated with the brand’. Brand personality is formed when the brand is personified or given some human traits...

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Brand Personality

BRAND PERSONALITY - THE RELATIONSHIP BASIS MODEL Some people may never aspire to have the personality of a competent leader but would like to have a relationship with one, especially if they need a banker or a lawyer. A trustworthy, dependable, conservative personality might be boring but might nonetheless reflect characteristics valued in a financial advisor, a lawn service, or even a car – consider the Volvo brand personality. The concept of a relationship between a brand and a person (analogous...

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Brand Positioning: Luxury Watches

fashion. Some distinct factors which divide the market are as follows:- 1. Age a. 20-35 years b. 35-50 years c. 50 yr and above 2. Sex a. Male b. Female c. Unisex 3. Attitude/Orientation a. Sporty b. Jewelry c. Technology 4. Brands a. Omega b. Rolex c. Tag Heuer d. Breitling e. Cartier f. Gucci 5. Price a. 10-40k b. 40-100k c. 100k + 6. Display a. Analog b. Digital c. Dual 7. Strap a. Leather b. Metal c. Synthetic i)...

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Positioning and Brand Loyalty

Positioning and Brand Loyalty Shelane Edie SRM 410: Contemporary Issues in Sports Marketing & Management Date: December 03, 2012 This is assignment is to demonstrate and summarize three sports products that have a large or high degree of brand loyalty. Shank, 2009 said, “Fixing a sports entity in the minds of consumers in the target market. I choose Nike, Spalding and Life fitness gym/sports equipment(s). These sports product(s) that is identify demonstrate high degree of brand loyalty to...

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Brand Equity

Page Introduction 3 What is Brand Equity? Role of Brands The Scope of Branding Theoretical Perspectives 4 Brand Equity Models Brand Asset Valuator Brand Resonance Pyramid Building Brand Equity Measuring Brand Equity Managing Brand Equity Conclusion ...

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Starbucks Brand

Corporation: Managing a High Growth Brand 1 One of the main keys for success for Starbucks in building the brand is their focus on quality, starting by the quality of the whole bean, the freshly roasted gourmet beans, its packaging, transportation, until its brewing. This has served as a main differentiator between Starbucks and other brands. Starbucks has succeeded to position itself as a unique quality coffee provider. Starbucks also managed to build its brand with the perception of a “complete...

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Brand Recognition

SUBJECT : How to Improve Brand Recognition in Television Commercials   Introduction: The television commercials in India have continued to have a huge variety inthem. They were funny, witty, emotional, inspirational, with good music and sound and someeven managed to strike a chord in everyones hearts. Many lasted for a longer period,somecame and went quickly, and some didnt even last even for a couple of weeks. TelevisionCommercials(TVC) are perhaps one of the best tools for creating awareness...

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Brand Awareness

Introduction Brand awareness means the extent to which a brand associated with a particular product is documented by potential and existing customers either positively or negatively. Creation of brand awareness is the primary goal of advertising at the beginning of any product's life cycle in target markets. In fact, brand awareness has influence on buying behavior of a buyer. All of these calculations are, at best, approximations. A more complete understanding of the brand can occur if multiple...

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brand management

Black Current, Bear Berry, Lemon Grass etc. and scientific beads that make the skin beautiful and soft. Evaluation of the Brand Personality of FIAMA DI WIILS Brand Image: It’s a product of ITC Insertion of top glamour actress as The Brand Amabassador First soap to compete LUX of HUL Brand Identity: Product of ITC Endorsed by the Deepika Padukone Different strategy of launching Fiama Di Wills STP Segment: Middle Class men and...

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Brand Identity

DAVID ARKER’S MODEL FOR BRAND IDENTITY CONVERSE Core Identity Product thrust: Subsidiary of Nike deals in apparel, shoes and sports accessories. Retailing is done through Planet Sports which is specialty format under pantaloons India ltd. User profile: Used by kids and youths who are fashion rebels in real sense n love retro style. Attraction among students as its a pocket friendly brand. Performance: Converse has kept innovation core to its strategy,realizing fully that the...

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The Brand Before Revitalization

The brand before revitalization (Part A) Brand: Hui Lau Shan (Local Dessert Chain) History of Hui Lau Shan Hui Lau Shan (許留山) is a famous chain of dessert shops based in Hong Kong. It specializes in dessert soups, snacks and desserts. Hui Lau Shan is well known for its use of mango in its products. The first shop opened in Yuen Long, New Territories in the 1960s. It was known for its turtle jelly and herbal teas. However, Hui Lau Shan emphasizes its fruit desserts and snacks. Since the...

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Brand Love

love does your brand enjoy? Some research based thinking for Valentine’s Day from The Buzzz In 2008 a client once said to us that they wanted their brand to become ‘the most loved brand’. It seemed initially like a quaint mistranslation from someone for whom English was not a first language, but on reflection it led the team at The Buzzz to think more about the nature of brand relationships and whether in fact there was a way to compare the emotional context of a customer brand relationship with...

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Brand Positioning

Chapter 1 Related Theory Discussion 1.1 Brand: The American Marketing Association defines a brand as a "Name, term, design, symbol, or any other feature that identifies one seller's good or service as distinct from those of other sellers." A brand can take many forms, including a name, sign, symbol, color combination or slogan. For example, Coca Cola is the name of a brand make by a particular company. 1.2 Local brand: A local brand is a brand that is sold and marketed (distributed and...

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Brand and Online Grocery

make necessary improvements to the company’s growth. The analysis channels on each area to see what is needed to be improved or changed. STRENGHTS   * FreshDirect had strong financial assets. * FreshDirect is a powerful online grocery brand; it has reputation of low price withhigh quality.   * FreshDirect used advance food technology software system.   * FreshDirect had strong relationships with local stores and its distributors. * FreshDirect approach is very innovative;...

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Brand Ambassador

other. The fairly new, and steadily rising name of the Brand Ambassador is now the epitome of many product lines. GC Marketing Services states, “a capable Brand Ambassador should be the walking and talking embodiment of the product that they are representing,” (Cicchetti, 2011). What does a Brand Ambassador do exactly? Many of us might depict one as a celebrity endorsing a product. You might recall famous athletes as sponsors of name brand shoes, clothes, cars, etc. You might think they are similar...

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A strong brand

strong brand 6 benefits of a strong brand… …and the 4Cs of brand management © 2005 Clarity Marketing Ltd www.clarity-in-communication.com 1 Branding – can it really work for the small business? If you think of a brand, what comes to mind? CocaCola, Virgin, Hertz, Orange? It’s easy to think of branding as being for the big boys with big bucks. But that’s not to say that only large corporates can play the branding game. Small companies really should be able to build strong brands too....

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Brand Cannibalization

BRAND CANNIBALIZATION: EAT OR BE EATEN With increasing commoditization of brands, differentiation is hard to come in every industry. Consumers are now flooded with options, single company having several brands in same product category. Positioning, targeting, segmenting can serve as strategies no more. Rather it is the basic hygiene which any company needs to follow if it needs to sustain in the race for market share. So, what should a marketer adopt as a strategy? There are unconventional...

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Trademark and Similar Brands

1. What is the purpose of a trademark? To distinguish the goods and servicesx of one trader to another. Once the trademark is registered, it provides legal protection for your brand which is protected in the whole of Australia. 2. Compare and contrat a trademark and business name Many people are confused with the difference between a trademark and a business name. A trade mark is what identifies the product or service. It also helps from distinguishing similar products from copy cat companies...

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Brand Positioning

number of brands which are next best, but only one brand that is the best. In a number of product categories like TVs, cars, personal computers, paints, razorblades, soaps and so on, we have our favourite brands or marketer. The top slot achieved by the brand in our mind is called its Positioning. It entered our mind on account of communication through advertising, word of mouth, product performance and other factors. Thus, Positioning is the outcome of our perceptions about the brand relative to...

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Nike Brand

III. Overview of the Company and Brand A. Internal Analysis Company Overview: Marketing Strategy of Brand a. Brand description, product line overview classification Nike carries a wide selection of all kinds of athletic shoes. Running shoes, basketball shoes, casual shoes, trail shoes, and cross trainer shoes. Nike tends to be more on the expensive side when compared to otherathletic shoes brands in the market today, but with such a strong brand reputation people continue to buy...

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Brand and Heineken

original formula. While licensing agreements also aimed to specify how the Heineken brand should be marketed, Heineken could not influence how a licensee marketed its own brands. At the end of 1993, Heineken, being the market leader in Netherlands, was viewed as a mainstream brand. Outside the Netherlands, however, Heineken had consistently been marketed as a premium brand. Sales volume was declining and the brand image needed some revitalization. In January 1994, senior managers at Heineken headquarters...

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What Can Damage Brand Image

WHAT CAN DAMAGE TO A BRAND IMAGE? CITE SOME EXAMPLES An organization’s brand is its heart and spirit. It’s a living thing, to be treasured, cherished and nurtured. It’s your reputation and promise – how you walk and talk and behave in business. It’s about integrity. Even more important, a brand is how others see, perceive and speak of you. It’s not something that can be contrived by a new coat of whitewash or silly, self-serving slogans. An organization’s brand – whether major corporation or entrepreneurial...

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Brand and Nivea

STRATEGIC BRAND MANAGEMENT INDIVIDUAL PROJECT : CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 3 BRAND ANALYSIS 4 1.1. Brand and/or organizational values 4 1.1.1. The umbrella brand 5 2.1. Brand/company heritage 6 3.1. Brand and/or company strengths and weaknesses 7 3.1.1. Strengths 7 3.1.2. Weaknesses 8 4.1. Analysis of competition 8 REFERENCES 10 INTRODUCTION Throughout this paper, we will try to introduce you more closely to the brand of NIVEA, its core brand values, way of operating...

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Brand Management

Brand Management : Brand management is a communication function that includes analysis and planning on how that brand is positioned in the market, which target public the brand is targeted at, and maintaining a desired reputation of the brand. Developing a good relationship with target publics is essential for brand management. Tangible elements of brand management include the product itself; look, price, the packaging, etc. The intangible elements are the experience that the consumer takes...

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Personal Brand

(THE HEADER) TO: Dr. Kamal Ghose, Marketing 201 Human resource manager FROM: Fatimah Zahra Tengku, Marketing 201 Student DATE: 19 March 2009 SUBJECT: Fatimah’s personal brand statement (THE OPENING) The impact of current recession towards potential graduating student is no doubt will be another reason that amplifies the need for a properly branded university graduate. This memo will have the basic idea of the branding definition, the vital personal information of the writer,...

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Brand War

BRAND WARS: WHEN BIG BRANDS PLAY DIRTY “In business as in life, you don’t get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate.” Chester L Karrass. Today companies do not sell on the basis of their products. The features or benefits provided by the product is a small cog in the whole machine of the customer interaction process adopted by the company. The product sells on the basis of its power to convince customers, to appeal to customers and to attach a certain sentiment with the customers. This...

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Calvin Klein - Brand Audit Questionnaire

Brand Exploratory Research (Consumer perspective) By doing this research, we intend to find the health of the brand, its sources of equity and suggest improvements if any. Name: Age: Gender: How often do you purchase dresses of the brand Calvin Klein? a. < 4 months b. 4-6 months c. 6-10 months d. Once a year e. Other How would you rate the following brand personality elements associated with Calvin Klein Products? (1-lowest and 5-highest) Brand Element | 1 | 2 | 3...

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BANK OF AMERICA BRAND

the new change, whether we are able to build better relationships with customers. After all, employees are the face of the bank, our behavior shapes the majority of each and every customer experience. If those behaviors are not aligned with the new brand strategy, customers will have no reason to believe anything has really changed. In late January, CEO Brian Moynihan sent a letter to its nearly 270,000 employees telling them they had to make it easier for customers to do business with the bank....

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