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Brand identity8

  1. 1. Lecture 9<br />
  2. 2. Brand Identity<br />Brand Identity is not just brand image , which is a set of positive and favorable psychological overtones.<br />It’s a promise to a customers conveying some values from the organization.<br />
  3. 3. Brand identity is not just------------<br />Brand Identity Is not Limited to <br />Positioning Brand Attributes Customer perception<br />Image<br />
  4. 4. Dimensions of Brand Identity<br />Brand Identity<br />Brand as a symbol<br />Brand as organisation<br />Brand as Product<br />Brand as person<br /><ul><li>Visual imagery and metaphor
  5. 5. Brand heritage,
  6. 6. Organization attributes(e.g Innovation genuine Consumer Care etc)
  7. 7. Local vs Global
  8. 8. Product scope
  9. 9. Product attributes
  10. 10. Uses
  11. 11. Users
  12. 12. Country of Origin
  13. 13. Personality (energetic rugged)
  14. 14. Brand customer relationships
  15. 15. (friends advisor)</li></li></ul><li>Brand Identity of Pond’s<br />Country of origin-USA<br />Corporate association HUL.<br />Brand Users-feminine (as per gender)<br />Emotional Benefits- skincare, freshness, fragrance etc.<br />Self expression- Self confident woman.<br />Symbols-Flowers Pink,Lavender etc.<br />
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  17. 17. INNER AND OUTER IDENTITY<br />Core Identity<br />Extended Identity and <br />Value proposition<br />
  18. 18. Core Identity<br />Pepsodent-Germ Fighter<br />Colgate- Cavity, Tooth Decay<br />Promise –Clove oil<br />Lux-complexion and Beauty soap of stars<br />Ponds Beauty in -“U”<br />Bournvita-Brain devlopment<br />Boost-Stamina<br />Complan- Height.<br />
  19. 19. Brand Identity and Brand Image<br />Brand Image- refers to the way the audience (or the consumers interpret the brand.)<br />Brand Identity -refers to the way the brand was conceived –its meaning values and set of beliefs.<br />
  20. 20. Brand identity and Brand Image<br />Brand Identity<br />Passive, retrograde (conservative, Traditional)<br />Tactical, short Term<br />Fleeting, ephermal<br />Brand Image<br />Active .Futuristic(Innovative)<br />Strategic; Long Term<br />Quintessential<br />
  21. 21. Brand Identity vs. Brand Positioning<br />Brand Identity<br />Brand Positioning<br />Forms the basis for strategies both current and future .<br />Provides guidelines framework for developing the product range<br />Symbolizes what the brand aspires to be (i.e.)a more comprehensive definition of brand.<br />Specifies the limits of positioning strategy<br />Deals with current strategies (regarding communication)<br />Tackles every products class or category under the brand individually<br />Symbolizes what the brand is!<br />Creates specific positioning propositions for the brand.<br />
  22. 22. Brand Identity Prism Model<br />The model proposes that every brand is born without any specific identity(and hence with a much greater degree of freedom. it assumes a character and identity<br />It identifies what a brand is i.e. explains what it signifies ,It also set limits for the brand and it is within this boundary that the brand has to operate.<br />
  23. 23. Facets of Identity Prism<br />Physique<br />Personality<br />Culture <br />Relationship<br />Reflection<br />Self Image.<br />
  24. 24. Kapfereer’s Brand identity prism<br />
  25. 25. Phsique;Like Dettol has a personality of being an antiseptic germical Liquid .<br />Personality;-Mother’s recipe evokes the image of a grandmotherly Lady.<br />Culture; Culture is a result of Brand association with a region or its country of Origin.<br />Relationship; Jhonson&Jhonson showing the deep bonding of a mother with her child.<br />Reflection;-L'Oreal showing independent woman , trendy and demands the best for herself .<br />Self Image;<br />Kapfereer’s Brand identity prism<br />
  26. 26. The Brand identity System(Aaker)<br />Brand as a product.<br />Brand as a organization.<br />Brand as Person.<br />Brand as a symbol<br />

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