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Brand Growth - Page 2 of 11 - Branding Strategy Insider

Most of us would agree there are four ways to strategize for brand growth: increase the share you hold in the markets you are strong in; develop new products for those markets; extend your reach by finding new markets for your current brands; and develop new products that cater to new markets.
Preparing Your Brand For The Next Economic Boom

A boom is coming. With the economy awash in cash from fiscal and monetary policy, savings stored away due to pandemic inactivity, and a burst of optimism with Covid fading, consumers are starting to open their wallets – big time. Business spending is following. We can’t say how long this will last, but we can know for certain that it will transform companies ready for this moment. How should you prepare your brand or business...

Creating New Markets And Barriers To Entry

Harvard’s Clayton Christensen is famed for several concepts in business such as disruptive innovation, Jobs to be Done, and organizing firm cultures around Resources, Processes, and Priorities. But one contribution of his has been broadly neglected, even if the seminal 2001 article which produced it also made popular the phrase “skate to where the puck will be.” It’s the concept of how cycles of business ecosystem integration and modularity spawn new market opportunities.

Critical Actions For Driving Profitable Share Growth

Growing share, particularly in an established product category, is challenging at the best of times, but it is fundamental to longer-term success. A company needs to at least maintain it is market share or it will not benefit from category and country growth. And growing slower than other brands cedes the advantage of scale, even if your sales are increasing. So while it might seem unrewarding at times, trying to grow share is worth the...

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