Interbrand reveals top 5 branding assignments to mark its 5 years
Interbrand announces expansions plans in newer markets and new brand wins in 2019
Published - 19-February-2019
Interbrand, one of the leading brand consultancy, recently completed five years in India. As the market globalises and grows, the consultancy is pushing the envelope with its global best-in-class solutions.
On the occasion, Interbrand revealed decade’s top 5 Branding assignments that established its leadership credentials in the market. The list begins with the rebranding of Godrej through which a brand led organisational transformation was illustrated for the Indian market. The next in line was the Mahindra global brand aspiration exercise which can be hailed as the first serious exercise by an Indian brand to rise to a global brand status. The next project perhaps was the biggest branding exercise that the country had seen and will see in years to come Reliance JIO. A brand that by design transcended the category and spawned the Digital Life platform as India’s first new age tech brand. The recent years saw Interbrand rebrand the iconic Britannia to reconnect it to its new business ambitions of being a Total Global Foods Company. And lastly its iconic move was in form of repositioning Infosys to help it move upstream in the new technology sector paradigms.
On the occasion, Interbrand announced a slew of new wins as well as expansion into adjacent markets as its new plan to sustain its leadership. Interbrand has already established its business in Sri Lanka with its local partner MND. MND has branded and repositioned many of Sri Lanka’s renowned brands that include Aitken Spence Plc, Elephant House, Goodhope Plc, Lion Lager and Ceylinco Life. After the thriving association today, Interbrand’s Sri Lanka partner has team strength of 8 people and is working with brands like HNB, LB Finance, DIMO, Softlogic and Nawata among others.
Interbrand is also planning on expanding its business in markets like Maldives and Bangladesh in 2019.
In addition to expanding its business geographies, Interbrand unveiled key account wins in India which includes brands like Haldiram’s, Godrej Properties, Britannia Dairy, Ashok Leyland, Jain Farm Fresh and Kansal Nerolac.
Interbrand’s India Head, Ashish Mishra said, “In half a decade, Interbrand has built relationships with a third of the country’s 40 most valuable brands. We are excited to create some great branding work for our new clients. We see strong, respected businesses in Sri Lanka, the Maldives and Bangladesh. Being the youngest in the global network, this expansion makes us the premier brand consultancy in the subcontinent.”
Gonzalo Brujo, Interbrand’s Global Growth Officer and part of the network’s global leadership team, said, “Interbrand India has shown immense growth by evolving products according to customer needs and by being purpose-driven. We believe this expansion will be a huge success.”
Michel Nugawela, Head of Interbrand’s partner in Sri Lanka, said, “We are experimenting with new ways to grow; this will be a remarkable journey. Globally, Interbrand has played a leading role in instilling confidence among business leaders through its robust value-based methodology which has grown businesses of the best global brands.”
Interbrand has a network of over 33 offices in 27 countries on the recently launched inaugural Interbrand Breakthrough Brands Report in partnership with Facebook, Ready Set Rocket, and the New York Stock Exchange. Interbrand’s Best Annual Global Brands report also highlights the guide to the world’s 100 most valuable brands and values each brand’s financial performance, role and their strength.
Interbrand’s portfolio of clients include HSBC, American Express, Credit Suisse, Barclays, Swiss Re, Allstate, Bank of America in financial services, and GE, Shell, IBM, KPMG and Godrej in diversified sectors; and FedEx, UPS, DHL, British Airways , KLM, Thai, Iberia, Lufthansa, Singapore Airlines and Maersk in logistics and transportation; and Unilever, P&G, Nestle, Kraft, Nivea, Knorr and Wrigley in CPG/FMCG; and FIFA, Rugby Football Union, Ryder Cup, USGA and Sochi Olympics in sport branding; Gucci, Prada, Rolls Royce, Cartier, Hugo Boss, Bulgari and Remy Martin in the luxury segment as well as cities, regions, and nations such as Edinburgh, Johannesburg, Manitoba, South Korea, Holland and Chile.For more updates, subscribe to exchange4media's WhatsApp Channel- https://bit.ly/2QUdLCK