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Building Distinctive Brand Assets

Author : Jenni Romaniuk
ISBN : 0190311509
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This book is for anyone with a brand.It is a book about future-proofing your brand's identity. It will help you set up a long-term strategy to build Distinctive Assets, and tell you what you need to do to protect them.Do you want to get better at branding?You'll learn which strategies and actions work, as well as which ones don't, to help you take advantage of opportunities and avoid minefields.Building Distinctive Brand Assets is for anyone with a brand logo, font or colour scheme, and is essential reading for those who have wondered if (or have been told) it's time for a change. Readers will learn how to set up a long-term strategy to build a strong brand identity, and how to make use of knowledge, metrics and management systems in order to build and protect a brand's Distinctive Assets.Building Distinctive Brand Assets is divided into three sections that capture the processes involved in brand asset creation, implementation and ongoing management. The first section is focuses on strategy, and covers how Distinctive Assets are created and their role in a broader brand equity building. The second section covers measurement approaches, and how to use and interpret key metrics. The third section delves into the strengths and weaknesses of different types of assets and introduces the idea of a Distinctive Asset palette. This section also outlines how to set up a Distinctive Asset management system to provide an early warning system to identify potential threats before they evolve into major issues.

Run With Foxes

Author : Paul Dervan
ISBN : 9780857197733
Genre : Business & Economics
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Paul Dervan has spent 20 years in marketing, working for high-profile brands, creating new ones and helping to rescue those that have got in trouble. He was also given the unique opportunity to build a marketing lab where he undertook hundreds of experiments to see what really worked – and what didn’t. He’s been up close with some of the world’s finest marketers, and seen both successes and failures – sometimes on a colossal scale. Run With Foxes is a blistering, must-read collection of real-life stories from this fascinating world, revealing the messy reality of decision-making in marketing and the secrets of making better decisions. The fact is, most marketing lessons that get shared come from successful campaigns; marketers are too afraid to be honest about mistakes. But everyone makes mistakes in marketing: and there are hugely valuable and unique lessons to be learned from taking a closer look at failures big and small. Breaking open marketing triumphs and disasters with brutal honesty, as well as sharing exclusive first-hand interviews with some of the world’s most respected marketers, this is the ultimate insider’s guide to being a better marketer.

Luxury Retail And Digital Management

Author : Michel Chevalier
ISBN : 9781119542339
Genre : Business & Economics
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Develop a winning customer experience in the digital world Luxury consumers are changing – they come from all over the world, they are young and they are digital natives. How can luxury brands that have built themselves as pure physical players adapt their business model and practices to address their expectations without abandoning their luxury DNA? Luxury Retail and Digital Management, 2nd Edition sets focus on the major retailing challenges and customer evolutions luxury brands are facing today: the digitalisation and the emergence of the millennials and Chinese luxury consumers. These major changes have been affecting the distribution and communication channels of luxury brands; they now have to think simultaneously physical stores and e-commerce, global marketing and digital marketing. • Defines all the tools that are necessary to manage luxury stores including analysis of location and design concept • Explores the selection, training and motivation of the staff • Covers everything executives, managers and retail staff need to know in order to enter, expand, understand and succeed in the world of luxury retail Written by luxury retail experts Michel Chevalier and Michel Gutsatz, who lend their solid academic credentials and professional expertise to the subject, Luxury Retail and Digital Management, 2nd Edition provides deep insight into the main challenges that luxury brands are facing in this digital age.

The Behaviour Business

Author : Richard Chataway
ISBN : 9780857197351
Genre : Business & Economics
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If you are in business, you are in the business of behaviour – and unless a business influences behaviour, it will not succeed. In the last 50 years we have learnt more about how we behave than over the previous 5,000. This book shows how behavioural science has revolutionised our understanding of how people really think (or don’t) – and how we can use those insights in our businesses to influence behaviour and gain competitive advantage. Richard Chataway works for the BVA Nudge Unit, a global consultancy specialising in behavioural change, and has experience in everything from getting people to join the armed forces, drink spirits rather than wine, and buy flatpack furniture – to developing the world’s most successful stop-smoking mobile app. Introducing the leading thinkers and practitioners from this new field (and sharing dozens of real-world examples), Richard guides readers through the hidden influences, biases and fallacies that influence the behaviour of customers, employees, and business leaders alike – and shows how we can ethically use these insights to: • powerfully attract and retain customers • fuel true and lasting innovation • stand apart in the new world of increasing automation and artificial intelligence • change workplaces and maintain happy and productive employees and teams • and a lot more! It’s time to shape behaviour instead of simply reacting to it. The Behaviour Business is the eye-opening, practical guide you have been waiting for.

Design For Business Volume 2

Author : Gjoko Muratovski
ISBN : 9781783203765
Genre : Art
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The topics in this book range from branding and sustainability to business-driven design education. The book will include Per Mollerup s essay on the importance of simplicity in. Mollerup is a distinguished Scandinavian designer, Professor, and author of numerous design books, including the best-seller, "Marks of Excellence: The History and Taxonomy of Trademarks" (1997 / 2013) which has sold over 40,000 copies worldwide. In addition to this, we will include transcripts of two interviews with Quan Payne, the former Global Art Director for Nike for the London Olympics and Director for Digital Sports Initiative of Nike+ as well as a paper by Gjoko Muratovski on Nike s design and marketing strategies for the 2012 London Olympics. The book will also feature a transcript of an interview with Dan Formosa, a New York-based design consultant and design researcher and founding member of the iconic Smart Design studio. Den is an award-winning designer with a list of clients such as Ford, HP, Johnson & Johnson, LG Electronics, and Microsoft. There are number of other works that will are included in this Volume, such as Stuart Gluth s essay on the importance of a research-led design practice in typography; Julian Major s, Aoi Tanaka s and Jenni Romaniuk s paper on colour and brand identity; Emily Wright s paper on packaging design testing methods; Robert Crocker s study of greenwashing, sustainability, and communication design; Nina Terrey s case study on organisational management by design; Gerda Gemser s, Giulia Calabretta s, Nachoem Wijnberg s and Paul Hekkert s paper on strategic decision-making in new product development; Jan Jervis s and Jeffrey Brand s research on how Australian businesses are hiring designers; and Elaine Saunders s, Jessica Taft s and David Jenkinson s exciting case study on the design partnership between the hearing aid company BHS and the design studio Designworks that have revolutionised this healthcare sector."

Building Brands In The Indian Market

Author : Tapan Kumar Panda
ISBN : 8174463917
Genre : Brand name products
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How are brands built? Is an advertising campaign capable enough to build a brand? What are the criteria for making a brand successful? Is building and managing a brand in India different than elsewhere? How Customer Relationship Management shapes a branding paradigm? Do extensions dilute the master brand????Many more intriguing questions answered in this book by researchers, academicians, CEOs, brand gurus and consultants.

Advertising Management

Author : David A. Aaker
ISBN : UIUC:30112028381207
Genre : Advertising
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Creating Powerful Brands

Author : Leslie de Chernatony
ISBN : 9781136445187
Genre : Business & Economics
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This has long been the one book that students can rely on to get them thinking critically and strategically about branding. This new fourth edition is no exception. THE definitive introductory textbook for this crucial topic, it is highly illustrated and comes packed with over 50 brand-new, real examples of influential marketing campaigns. Bullets: • Summarises the latest thinking and best practice in the domain of branding • All new real marketing campaigns show how branding theories are implemented in practice • Brought right up to date with a clear European and UK focus Undergraduate business and marketing students studying brand management will find this an invaluable resource in their quest to understand how branding really works.

Jumping The Job Track

Author : Peter C. Brown
ISBN : IND:30000037349606
Genre : Business & Economics
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Discusses the advantages and disadvantages of being a consultant, and tells how to find clients, set up an office, set fees, and handle taxes

Business Horizons

Author : Kelly School of Business
ISBN : 00076813
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