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  • Brand Equity

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    Introduction Indomie is one famous brand of instant noodle in Indonesia is produced by PT. Indofood Sukses Makmur Tbk., The first time Indomie hits the market was on 1970, people doubted that selling instant noodle as one of the staple food in Indonesia, but the company proved the people’s judgements were wrong (www.indomie.com). Indomie accounted for approximately 37% of net sales and 39% of income from operations in 1999. The Company produces a wide range of instant noodle products with prices

  • Brand Equity

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    INTRODUCTION “A brand is a distinguishing name and/or symbol intended to identify the goods or services of either on seller or group of sellers, and to differentiate those goods or services from those of competitors” (Aaker 1991).A brand is the most valuable asset for an organization in the current competing world. Every organization is formulating strategies to make its brand popular and significant not only in markets but also in minds of the customers. Brand is the relation of customer with the brand. It

  • Brand Equity

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    UNDERSTANDING BRAND EQUITY ANSWERS TO TEN COMMON BRANDING QUESTIONS Kevin Lane Keller Tuck School of Business Dartmouth College UNDERSTANDING BRAND EQUITY ANSWERS TO TEN COMMON BRANDING QUESTIONS One of the most popular and potentially important marketing topics to arise in the 1980 's was the concept of brand equity. The emergence of brand equity, however, has meant both "good news" and "bad news." The good news is that it has raised the importance of the brand in marketing strategy --

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Brand Equity

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    Brand equity is an important asset for any organization. It is also an assets that offers an organization or a brand a road to success. Brand equity is important because its brand's product is closely associated with its premium price in the market. An organization or a brand with positive brand equity typically have higher quality products and services when compared to similar generic unbranded products. Furthermore, brand equity is important because it helps an organization or a brand to strengthen

  • Managing Brand Equity

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    T Y PEKKA TUOMINEN Managing Brand Equity ABSTRACT The purpose of this study is to discuss and elaborate the main issues encountered in managing brand equity. In order to achieve this purpose, we first analyse the concept of brand equity; second, we provide a comprehensive framework for managing brand equity; and finally, we distinguish different ways to leverage and measure brand equity. The concept of brand equity emerged in the early 1990s. Brand equity can be regarded as a managerial concept

  • Red Bull: Building Brand Equity in a Non-Traditional Way

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    RED BULL: BUILDING BRAND EQUITY IN A NON-TRADITIONAL WAY BY: KAMARUL ARIFFIN NADHIRAH NOORAZLIN BINTI ANI INTRODUCTION 1985 Improves physical endurance Stimulates metabolism and helps eliminates waste substances Improves overall feeling of wellbeing Improves reaction speed and concentration Increase mental alertness Word-OfMouth Sampling Program Event Sponsorship Point-OfPurchase Athlete Endorser Advertisement Controlled All Aspects Of The

  • Building And Maintaining Brand Equity

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    Building And Maintaining Brand Equity The feature of luxury is base on the fact that it is a brand, which is a basic discrepancy of luxury and craftsmanship. According to Keller (2003, p.60), “brand equity is the differential effect that brand knowledge has on consumer response to the marketing of the brand”. It is related to the added value of goods provided by the make as well (Farquhar, 1989). Therefore, companies having strong brands could sustain their differentiation (Aaker, 1996) and reach

  • Case Study On Brand Equity

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    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction to Internship: Brand Equity is the added value endowed by the brand to the Product. Although the idea of using a name or a symbol to enhance a product’s value has been known to marketers for a long time, brand equity has gained renewed interest in recent years. Brand managers realize that after years of look-alike advertising and over copying with me-too brands, they now live in a world of product parity. The ensuing price competition through short term price

  • Distinctive Products And Brand Equity

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    Distinctive Products and Brand Equity Guntar Prangel founded Mountain Man Brewing Company (MMBC) in 1925 with roots all the way from Bavaria. They distinctively use specialized hops and uncommon strains of barley to create a beer that has been described as “strong”, robust and flavorful. With revenues of $50 million in 2005, MMBC had sold 520,000 barrels of their larger to distributors in West Virginia, Illinois, Michigan, and Ohio. The brand mostly appealed to their core drinker segments that

  • Creating Brand Equity

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    creating brand equity Creating brand equity Marketers build brand quality by creating the right brand knowledge structures with the right consumers. Building brand equity 3 sets of brand equity drivers. -Initial choices for the brand elements or identities making up the brand (brand names, URLs, logos, symbols, -product and service and all accompanying marketing activities and supporting marketing programs – way brand is integrated into supporting marketing program -associations indirectly

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