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Brand Strategies & Brand Myopia                   By: Somya Agrawal
Brand• A brand is a name, term, symbol or design or a  combination of them• which is intended to identify the goods and  s...
Branding Strategy• It is defined as a long-term plan for the  brand including a determination of key  audiences and an und...
Types of Branding StrategiesIndividual NameBlanket Family NameUmbrella BrandSeparate Family NameCorporate Name CombinedCo-...
Individual Name•   Vicks•   Ariel•   Tide•   Head & Shoulder•   Pampers• The major advantage is that if the product does  ...
Blanket Family Name• The blanket family name of the company is used  in diverse product categories.• Low development cost....
Blanket Family Names
Umbrella Brand• If the company offer different products with  different benefits but they all extend the same  value to th...
Separate Family Names• This is normally used by the companies which  produces products of different sectors.• In this sepa...
Aaditya Birla Group
HUL Separate Brand Family  Lakme          Kissan     Brooke Bond
Corporate Name Combined• In this strategy company combine its name with  separate product brand name.
Co-Branding• It is also known as dual branding.• It occurs when two or more brand appear  together.• It can be done in fou...
Ingredient co-branding• When a brand advertises that it has used  ingredients or components made by the another  brand it ...
Same company co-branding• When the company link its one brand products  with the other brand.• For example:  – Clinic all ...
Joint Venture Co-branding• This include brands that carry two or more brand  names due to merger or acquisition.• For Exam...
Multiple Sponsor Co-branding• When the product has more then one sponsor.• For Example:  – Jet Airways and Citi Bank Card
Multiple Branding• This strategy refers to the practices of a  company having many brands in a single  product category.• ...
Brand Myopia
Brand Myopia• Myopia  – Myopia, a visual defect in which distant objects    appear blurred cause nearsightedness also call...
Continued• They seem it as solution for any kind of market  problem.• This makes the managers to repeat the cliché  proces...
Continued• Hence the purpose of marketing is not fulfilled as  there is no concern about the customer’s needs  rather they...
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  1. 1. Brand Strategies & Brand Myopia By: Somya Agrawal
  2. 2. Brand• A brand is a name, term, symbol or design or a combination of them• which is intended to identify the goods and services• Of one seller or a group of sellers• And to differentiate them from those of competitors.
  3. 3. Branding Strategy• It is defined as a long-term plan for the brand including a determination of key audiences and an understanding of what those audiences need to know about the brand and experience.
  4. 4. Types of Branding StrategiesIndividual NameBlanket Family NameUmbrella BrandSeparate Family NameCorporate Name CombinedCo-BrandingMultiple Branding
  5. 5. Individual Name• Vicks• Ariel• Tide• Head & Shoulder• Pampers• The major advantage is that if the product does not performs well, it will not hurt the company’s image.• Also known as house of brands
  6. 6. Blanket Family Name• The blanket family name of the company is used in diverse product categories.• Low development cost.• Sales of new product is likely to be strong if the manufacturer’s name is good.• Also known as branding house
  7. 7. Blanket Family Names
  8. 8. Umbrella Brand• If the company offer different products with different benefits but they all extend the same value to the customer, sometimes they are all offered under an overall brand. NIKE
  9. 9. Separate Family Names• This is normally used by the companies which produces products of different sectors.• In this separate family names for all the products are given.• In this system a separate brand name for each line (one for each category) is used.
  10. 10. Aaditya Birla Group
  11. 11. HUL Separate Brand Family Lakme Kissan Brooke Bond
  12. 12. Corporate Name Combined• In this strategy company combine its name with separate product brand name.
  13. 13. Co-Branding• It is also known as dual branding.• It occurs when two or more brand appear together.• It can be done in four ways: – Ingredient co-branding – Same company co-branding – Joint venture or post merger co-branding – Multiple sponsor co-branding
  14. 14. Ingredient co-branding• When a brand advertises that it has used ingredients or components made by the another brand it is known as intergradient co-branding.• For example: – Dell computers and Intel processors
  15. 15. Same company co-branding• When the company link its one brand products with the other brand.• For example: – Clinic all clear and Close up
  16. 16. Joint Venture Co-branding• This include brands that carry two or more brand names due to merger or acquisition.• For Example: – Maruti Suzuki – Hero Honda – Bajaj Allianze Insurance
  17. 17. Multiple Sponsor Co-branding• When the product has more then one sponsor.• For Example: – Jet Airways and Citi Bank Card
  18. 18. Multiple Branding• This strategy refers to the practices of a company having many brands in a single product category.• For e.g.: – Tata has multiple brand in watches as Titan, Fastrack, Sonata, Raga and Edge.
  19. 19. Brand Myopia
  20. 20. Brand Myopia• Myopia – Myopia, a visual defect in which distant objects appear blurred cause nearsightedness also called short sight.• In business terminology it’s Lack of discernment of long-range perspective in thinking or planning.• Brand myopia is dependence of managers on the Brands as the key success factor.
  21. 21. Continued• They seem it as solution for any kind of market problem.• This makes the managers to repeat the cliché process; ideas and repeating the same brand strategies without bringing in the time appropriate innovation.• Brand is put forward as solution to all the transformation in the business scene.
  22. 22. Continued• Hence the purpose of marketing is not fulfilled as there is no concern about the customer’s needs rather they are forced to buy the brand.
  23. 23. Questions???
  24. 24. Thank You
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