How do you give your brand a competitive edge in a 'me-too' situation? How do you differentiate your brand and give it a distinctive identity? How, in short, do you secure competitive advantage for your brand? Especially in a 'mine-too' situation. The author answers all these questions and more, by discussing the concepts and principles involved in developing sound positioning strategy. He brings into focus its practice and applications with cases and examples from the Indian market. A large number of packaged goods, as well as some widely used durables such as two-wheelers, TV sets, etc. have been analysed. The second edition has new chapters on positioning of services and celebrity endorsements. Also new cases and examples have been included. With this coverage, the book will help markets and advertisers create sound positioning strategies for their brands.Also new cases and examples have been included. With this coverage, the book will help markets and advertisers create sound positioning strategies for their brands.
|Publisher||:||Tata McGraw-Hill Education - 2005-01-25|