This case reveals the complex problem of protecting corporate heritage while
managing product and corporate brands to keep them aligned with contemporary
market requirements. A dynamic brand building model is presented which
simultaneously addresses the different audiences for the products and the
corporate brand. The paper concludes that a new concept of ‘business branding’,
distinct from ‘consumer/product branding’, may allow corporations to reconcile
the need for both corporate accountability and risk limitation while maintaining
an effective brand management programme.