Branding has reached a new frontier. In the future, brands will have to appeal to more than one or two of the classic five senses. Branding expert Neil Gains shows both the science and the practical applications of how this can be done, and links symbolism and storytelling to sensory experience in
brand marketing. Drawing on the latest research and design thinking Brand esSense shows how brands can link storytelling archetypes and symbolism to customer experience to build a multi-sense phenomenon. This groundbreaking book provides innovative branding tools for evaluating where a brand is on
the sensory and storytelling scale, analyzing its potential and giving it a clear pathway to optimizing its unique sensory appeal.
Disruptive forces have rewritten the rules of business. In an age of continuous change the strength and authenticity of brands has become more important than ever. The organizations that can master their brand experience are able to survive disruption by disrupting themselves; companies that can't
do this will leave themselves ripe for disruption.
Disruptive Branding is a practical guide, demonstrating how to harness change to power your brand's survival and ensure growth in a transforming world. It will help ambitious, courageous and aspirational organizations to define their compelling brand strategies, design powerful brand experiences and
innovate new brand-led products and services.
Disruptive Branding tells the stories of businesses that have succeeded in managing the forces of disruption. From Nintendo fighting off its competition by re-imagining gaming, to Airbnb redefining what it means to travel, modern day brands are thinking faster and smarter than ever before. This book
identifies the strategies and designs that some of the world's most successful brands use to stay one step ahead of the curve.
It is an invaluable resource for brands working to withstand disruption - or even become disruptors themselves.
Your company's workforce is its most valuable asset. It is the employees who translate your organization's strategy into reality, interact with consumers and determine the corporate brand.
Living the Brand demonstrates how you can empower and enthuse your employees to create "brand champions". This approach enhances employee commitment, improves service standards and focuses efforts to deliver business goals.
This practical, inspirational book shows you that employees flourish in organizations where they identify with the brand, and organizations flourish when the brand has relevance and creates meaning.
Using original international case studies, such as IBM, SAS Airlines, UNICEF, Apple and Nike, Living the Brand shows you how to make this happen, through research, training, communication, management and review. It examines the nature of branding and why people have become such important definers of
Living the Brand is a CarbonNeutral® publication. To offset the carbon dioxide emissions generated in the book's production, native trees have been planted with Future Forests.
A brand is just a logo - everyone knows that, don't they? After all, it's not as though a good brand can save a bad business, and besides, the digital revolution is making branding irrelevant...Myths of Branding, written by renowned branding experts Andy Milligan and Simon Bailey, explores the huge
number of misguided, mistaken and blatantly false myths that abound in the branding arena. From the belief that developing brands is nothing more than fiddling with logos, to the perception that it's a 'soft' area of marketing that doesn't go beyond visual identity - these myths are all surprisingly
entrenched, yet could not be further from the truth. Myths of Branding takes the most up-to-date research and evidence to debunk these popular misconceptions, and replaces them with the reality of what it's really like to work in the world of branding. Jam-packed with entertaining anecdotes and
useful information that practitioners can learn from, it guarantees a deeper, sharper understanding of the realities of branding and brand management.