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Brand Equity

Brand Equity: Brand equity refers to the value that a brand holds in the minds of its customers and potential customers. It is the sum total of all the perceptions, associations, and experiences that people have with a brand. A strong brand equity means that people have a positive perception of the brand, trust it, and are willing to pay a premium for its products or services.

Brand Awareness: Brand awareness is the extent to which people are familiar with a brand. It is the first step in building brand equity. A brand that is well-known and recognized is more likely to be considered by customers when making a purchase decision.

Brand Loyalty: Brand loyalty is the degree to which customers are committed to a brand and are willing to repeatedly purchase its products or services. It is a key component of brand equity, as loyal customers are more likely to recommend the brand to others and defend it against negative feedback.

Brand Identity: Brand identity is the visual and verbal representation of a brand. It includes the brand name, logo, tagline, and other visual elements that help to differentiate the brand from its competitors. A strong brand identity helps to build brand equity by making the brand more memorable and recognizable.

Brand Reputation: Brand reputation refers to the overall perception of a brand in the marketplace. It is influenced by factors such as the quality of the brand’s products or services, its customer service, and its marketing efforts. A positive brand reputation can help to build brand equity, while a negative reputation can damage it.

Brand Extension: Brand extension is the practice of using an existing brand name to launch a new product or service. It can help to leverage the brand equity of the existing brand and reduce the costs of launching a new brand. However, it can also dilute the brand equity if the new product or service is not aligned with the values and image of the existing brand.

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