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ISLAMABAD -- PTCL has been declared as the fastest growing brand in Pakistan with a brand value of $119 million (more than Rs12.5 billion).
At a follow-up small group session entitled, 'Why your logo is not a brand?' during the Quarterly Quorum event of the PCAAE on January 11, Chris reemphasized what branding is and is not.
Innovative brand of the year award###Brand builder of the year award
Arena of the brand personality study is rich where the contribution ranges from identification of the importance of brand personality as a symbolic attribute associated with the brand to the construction of brand personality.
Hundreds of leading Asian brands from the Asian Countries like India, Singapore, Malaysia, China, Japan, UAE and others will be evaluated by the esteemed International Brand Consulting Corporation, USA and more than 50 of the highest scoring brands will be getting ASIA'S MOST TRUSTED BRAND 2016 status.
The letter 'E' showcases an aerial view of a phalanx - the frontward stripes are significant of the fact that the brand is moving ahead.
Aaker, 1991) have examined the antecedents of brand personality and brand equity from a cognitive perspective.
The brand archetypes include activist, doctor, hippie, rock star, stoner, farmer and healer.
Bailey, a business leader and brand specialist who advises CEOs on using their brands to drive business growth, and Milligan, an international branding consultant, identify and challenge 20 common and persistent myths of branding, such as the ideas that brands are a way of charging customers more for the same product, trust can never be rebuilt, technology is diminishing the power of brands, branding is only about the logo and advertising, brands don't have financial value, the customer is always right, customers are seeking a personal relationship with a brand, branding is all about the product, brands are just consumer goods, and there is no such thing as brand loyalty.
There are several metrics to help identify whether a product or service is a brand.
Etisalat is now among the world's top 20 telecom brands and boasts of an impressive AAA brand rating.
Emirates airline has cemented its place as the worlds 329th most valuable brand with a solid brand value growth of 18 per cent since last year to $6.3 billion.