Facebook and Amazon, which both enter the global top 10 for the first time, are two of the fastest risers in this year’s BrandZ ranking of the most valuable brands in the world. Both have moved up seven spots to claim 5th and 7th places, respectively.
Vodafone retains its crown as the most valuable UK brand but seven of the top 10 UK brands in this year’s BrandZ ranking have dropped in value.
The highest ranked brands in the BrandZ top 100 list have grown at more than twice the rate of those in the bottom two thirds over the past decade, proving that being meaningful, different and salient drives growth.
Coke believes its brands should prove they are worth their price, as the beverage giant promises to “improve” the quality of its marketing investment by taking a more targeted approach.
Following today’s budget announcement, which unveiled skills funding, business rates relief and changes to alcohol duties, the DMA, MRS and AA are calling on the government to better support industry-led training programmes.
By associating your brand with choice and offering rewards instead of discounts, marketers can build high-value, long-term relationships with customers.
With audiences now returning to cinema in their millions, global cinema advertising association SAWA has launched a campaign to promote the effectiveness of the medium, backed by UK cinema bodies DCM and Pearl & Dean.