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Brand Management

Principles and Applications for Effective Branding

Learn how to build, develop and manage brands with this applied textbook which also explores the latest developments in digital branding, brand crisis and brands' responsibility.
EAN: 9781398611580
Edition: 1
Format: x
336 pages

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About the book

How are brands created? How can their value be measured? Explore these areas and more with this clear and concise brand management textbook.

Brand Management
combines practical and real-life applications with a range of perspectives and research insights into the theoretical, societal and socio-cultural contexts to cover all the key aspects of brand management. Exploring areas such as the key definitions and elements of branding, brand loyalty and positioning and brand communication, it offers an easy-to-follow operationalized focus on areas such as measuring brand equity, co-branding and brand architecture.

Featuring case studies and examples from Uber, Guinness, Li-Ning, Arm & Hammer, Balenciaga and Netflix, Brand Management also examines new and emerging topics including managing brand crisis, brands' responsibilities and digital brand analytics. It is supported by a range of features such as learning outcomes, 'in practice' boxes, key concepts and discussion questions and online resources consisting of lecture slides, video links and an instructors' manual containing further case studies and exercises.

This is an indispensable textbook for undergraduate and postgraduate students of brand management.

About the authors

Jaywant Singh is Professor of Marketing and Head of Research at the Department of Digital and Data Driven Marketing at Southampton Business School, University of Southampton, UK. His research is in the areas of branding and consumer behaviour.

Paurav Shukla is Professor of Marketing and Head of Digital and Data Driven Marketing Department at the Southampton Business School, University of Southampton, UK. His research interests include luxury branding and marketing, cross-cultural consumer behaviour, and international marketing.

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