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How to Determine Brand Personality

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Fashion: Business Models Now Increasingly Centred on Brand Value

These days firms in the fashion and apparel industry are having to adapt their business models to respond to the changes in their market, which is increasingly seeing a shift to the use of new technologies.
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Misinterpreting Brand Valuation - YourStory.com

Misinterpreting Brand Valuation - YourStory.com | Brand Equity | Scoop.it
To simplify, the value of the brand is based in large part on two numbers: The value of the business and the percent of impact of the intangible assets attributed to the brand. When a brand controls the business of the firm as is ...
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Focus: Brand value | The Economist

Focus: Brand value | The Economist | Brand Equity | Scoop.it
BRANDS are basically a promise. They tell consumers what quality to expect from a product and show off its personality. Firms invest a lot on the image of their...
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Brand Intelligence: Apple Tops Global Value Report

Brand Intelligence: Apple Tops Global Value Report | Brand Equity | Scoop.it
There are several ways to measure brand equity. But no matter whether you go to a straight PtoE valuation or index by sales and consumer awareness, one brand wins.
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Focus: Brand value | The Economist

Focus: Brand value | The Economist | Brand Equity | Scoop.it
BRANDS are basically a promise. They tell consumers what quality to expect from a product and show off its personality. Firms invest a lot on the image of their...
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