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Pretenders to the residential throne, such as DJK Residential, are also looking to unseat, or at least shake up the behemoths, through new partnerships and branding initiatives.
The resulting initiatives were introduced internally over a 6-month period through an innovative internal brand engagement campaign that incorporated roll-out materials featuring comic-book caricatures of actual SAIF employees, a three-booklet educational series about the power of branding, and the 800-person company's first-ever all-staff gathering.
There are six major branding options (see chart in this story).
According to Diane Roggow, CEO of Market Illumination, the new Branding Insight Tool addresses a long, unmet need among marketing professionals for an affordable assessment process.
We are confident that the relationship will go a long way towards complementing our existing efforts in the celebrity branding arena and cementing our leadership position in this rapidly growing segment of the market.
Jim joins the agency with over 30 years experience and is a nationally recognized branding consultant and brand development specialist.
It's the launch pad for some of the world's most successful branding programs, for both new brands and the extension of classic properties alike.
There are numerous such instances of 'twins' all around us -- products that are identical except for the branding, where one brand sells much better than another," says V.
Branding is a key issue in the pharmaceutical industry; product managers have evolved into brand managers and are beginning to understand the dynamics of brand equity that lie at the heart of product development and marketing.