Essays about Brand

Coca-Cola brand The meaning of symbolic consumption can be explained by assuming consumption as part of problem-solving. If we consider a brand to be having significant meaning, it can be utilized as a symbol. It is, however, difficult to grasp the meaning of a specific …

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Introduction A company’s brand image (Goodwill) or brand valuation plays a vital role in the modern business world. This has lead to the valuation of brands, which was quite unheard of in previous decades. In this dissertation I attempt to analyse and understand various brand …

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Introduction The author has always had an interest in the lives of celebrities and their behaviour, the proposal of investigating celebrities behavioural impacts intrigued her and this was the main inspiration for the research to be carried out. This research will determine if the behaviour …

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Introduction: In this report we have evaluated the literature and actual brand strategies used by Samsung. Samsung Electronics Company is worldwide leading consumer electronics brands which have very high opponents in the same business field like HTC, Sony, Panasonic, and Nokia. With the help of …

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Abstract Developing the private brand product by the retail company has become one marketing strategy for improving its brand image and increasing profitability (Quelch and Harding, 1996). The retail company’s store image can help the company to make its customers loyal to the store brand …

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ABSTRACT Modern marketing has evolved. Companies are now with their new consumer-focused approaches to skills to the many needs and desires of modern consumers. Under this approach, consumer branding emerged as one of the most important activities to build a loyal customer base and establish …

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Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 Introduction Marketers, nowadays, are confronted with increasingly multicultural marketplaces. Globalisation of markets and international competition are requiring firms to operate in a multicultural environment. In addition, migration patterns and communication media i.e. satellite and televisions are developing multicultural mind sets in …

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Introduction Over the couple of previous decades, research on IMC (Integrated Marketing Communication) has generated immense discussion leading to interesting contribution to the evolution of IMC as a strategic means that can develop firms to be more valuable in achieving their brand communication objectives (Madhavaram …

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Introduction As seen in the Beiersdorf’s Brand-Product Matrix, Beiersdorf’s brand portfolio contains eight brands namely: Labello, Nivea, 8X4, La Prairie, Juvena, Eucerin, Hansaplast/Elastoplast, and Florena. Amongst these brands, the most prominent is the Nivea brand, which the company uses as the umbrella brand for broad …

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Introduction The ultimate aim of all brands as well as those who market them is to build up a large, solid following of customer who are loyal to the brand, discussing it and favouring it in purchasing decisions where it is involved. The question that …

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