The second edition of From Brand Vision to Brand Evaluation presents the reader with practical applications for brand enhancement that build upon the theoretical background outlined in Creating Powerful Brands, a hugely successful text co-written by the author.
The first edition has been used by marketing and brand practitioners, as well as students of marketing, around the world to help them understand and implement strategies to strengthen brands. The powerful model at the core of the book is based on wide consultancy and research with companies and provides a unique framework for brand management.
It provides a flowchart for progressing the brand building process from strategy through tactics to implementation. Each stage in the flow process is examined to demonstrate how it can be applied in a real business context. The book provides an authoritative template for understanding the steps to maintaining, building and maximizing brand value.
The best practice will therefore be allied to templates that allow people to undertake appropriate activity within their company. It will
* Presents a highly developed and practical model for brand building and growth
* Uses a step by step approach and flow chart to demonstrate how each stage can be applied in business
* Based on successful and acclaimed first edition, and a related title- Creating Powerful Brands by the same author team.
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"This second edition is testimony to the fact that his brand models work in the real world of business. For any organisation that understands the importance of brands in creating sustainable shareholder value, this book is a must buy."
Professor Malcolm McDonald
"Leslie's book is an excellent example of waiting for second editions which are still fresh, but market tested and polished. Buy it now for a comprehensive study of the process of building and sustaining brands."
Tim Ambler, Senior Research Fellow at LBS
"Leslie has taken the opportunity in the Second Edition to refine his core ideas and expand his well proven model for brand building."
John Murphy Founder of Interbrand and Chairman of St Peter's Brewery
"Professor de Chernatony has a series of useful exercises to help companies understand the difficult brand complex process of translating the brand's 'vision' into reality.
Branding continues to evolve, and as long as it does there will be a need for a book like this."
Tom Blackett, Deputy Chairman Interbrand
"This new edition of this highly successful, and authoritative, text will be welcomed by scholars and practitioners alike."
Professor John M.T. Balmer, Bradford School of Management.
"This book provides an in-depth analysis of all the factors and processes that influence and lead towards building a successful brand. Those who believe they are responsible for managing their corporate brands (CEOs in particular) should put this book at the top of their reading list."
Jim Northover, Chairman, Lloyd Northover
"This book has a cornucopia of models to work with that can turn theory into action".
Wendy Gordon, Chairman of Acacia Avenue
"It helps you develop brands that unify brand's internal values with the tools that enhance its market position(ing). It certainly helps me (and my clients) to develop a brand formula and a story around it."
Andrej Drapal, Partner, Pristop (Slovenia)
"Leslie de Chernatony treats this topic and its many facets comprehensively, full of valuable analytic insights and with a host of examples, not only from a marketing but also from an organisational perspective. An excellent contribution for all interested in brand management!"
Leslie de Chernatony is Professor of Brand Marketing at Universita della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland and Aston Business School, UK. He is also Managing Partner of Brands Box Marketing and Research Consultancy.
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Descrizione libro Butterworth-Heinemann, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110750667494
Descrizione libro Butterworth-Heinemann. PAPERBACK. Condizione libro: New. 0750667494 New Condition. Codice libro della libreria NEW6.0387293
Descrizione libro Butterworth-Heinemann, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 2. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0750667494