Building Brand Identity: A Strategy for Success in a Hostile Marketplace

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Wiley, Jun 15, 1995 - Business & Economics - 354 pages
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Drawing on his work with Bank of America, Hunt-Wesson, DHL Worldwide Express, Southwestern Bell Yellow Pages, and other high-profile clients, Lynn Upshaw equips you with cutting-edge techniques for building and managing a formidable brand identity in today's cluttered and confusing global marketplace, including how to perform customer analysis and zero in on your markets using the latest individual-oriented targeting strategies; identify brand assets and leverage them to build a stronger, more enduring brand identity; position your product or service using a versatile new approach that is clearly superior to traditional thinking and product positioning; create an irresistible strategic brand personality that will differentiate and elevate your brand above the competition; capitalize on the exciting new branding possibilities provided by state-of-the-art communications platforms, including interactive marketing; and much more.

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LYNN B. UPSHAW is Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Ketchum Advertising/San Francisco and Managing Director of Ketchum Interactive for Ketchum Communications Worldwide. Over the course of his twenty-five year career, Mr. Upshaw has provided marketing and advertising counsel to such corporations as Bank of America, Hunt-Wesson, Procter & Gamble, Southwestern Bell, the Clorox Company, Seagram, CIBA (formerly Ciba-Geigy), DHL Worldwide Express, and other Fortune 500 companies. An acknowledged expert on branding, strategic marketing, and interactive communications, Mr. Upshaw has written articles on these and other subjects that have appeared in Advertising Age, BrandWeek, Marketing & Media Decisions, and Marketing News. He holds a bachelor's and master's degree in advertising/marketing from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

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