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Essential Brand Book

Essential Brand Book

Iain Ellwood


Build brand value and challenge current brand industry issues with this ultimate resource, including over 100 business models and techniques in four key areas: brand communication, definition, equity and strategy.

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About the book

Powerful brand management is as vital for a niche entrepreneur, small business or charity as it is for a multinational corporation. Any organization that provides a product or service needs to establish its point of differentiation and communicate its benefit to its customers.

The Essential Brand Book helps you build a strong brand to provide the key communication with customers, create critical differentiators in the marketplace, shape internal company culture, leverage the intellectual assets of the business and generate increased business performance.

Fully updated to include current brand issues, The Essential Brand Book is a companion resource for anyone involved in branding. It contains over 100 business models and techniques for building brand value and is illustrated throughout with case studies. The book is divided into four key areas
-Brand communication
-Brand definition
-Brand equity
-Brand strategy


The Essential Brand Book is exactly what it says - essential!

It is an easy book to read and is a must for marketing and business professionals alike.
Institute of Directors (IoD)

This is a terrific, practical resource for driving value from your brand; delivering higher brand equity for your total business.
David Aaker, Emeritus Professor of Marketing, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

Book Details

  • EAN: 9780749438630
  • Edition: 2
  • Published: 30th August 2002
  • Paperback
  • Format: 234x156
  • 336 pages

About the Author

Iain Ellwood is a marketing and brand strategist who has worked for blue-chip companies in Japan, Hong Kong, the United States and the Netherlands. He is a leading strategist at consulting firm Prophet and has advised Vodafone, Swiss Airlines, Tesco, Philips, Guinness World Records, BT, LE Group and JP Morgan.

Iain Ellwood