Brand Management Practices - Issues and Trends

ISBN Number : 978-93-5024-818-8

Student Price : Rs.298

Student Dollar Price : 12$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 286

Book Weight :468

About The Book

Branding in India has taken to serious proportions in the wake of changes happening in the public sector when the liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation started to unfold. Even though, private sector had created the need for branding and having best practices in corporate management using brand as a weapon, the real battle in the market has only started during the early nineties. With the stock markets showing positive trends since mid-nineties, the importance of corporate branding and brand exposure for maximum eyeballs have generated innovative practices in enhancing the image of the brand in operation. There have been many new brands, acquired brands and old brands which have been given separate profit-orientation and sustainability. Now this has started a focus on brand as a unique selling proposition. This edited volume is a compilation collected on brand practices which arc meant to bring into focus the Indian branding and its impact on the global scenario. This has been necessitated with the Indian players of late moving global through the South Asian and African markets. Apart from the localised, regionalised and national branding, the international focus needs also to be given a thrust. The focal area of the book will be on:

  1. Brand names and their relevance to the business and as a proven track record of success.
  2. Brand positioning its impact on the success and failure of brands.
  3. Corporate and individual branding - effects on customer relationship.
  4. Brand strategies in diversified industries with thrust on innovative practices.
  5. Brand equity measurement and developing models on brand equity on international and national scenario −issues on brand identity, brand loyalty and brand awareness.
  6. Promotions the use of integrated marketing communication and advertising in establishing brands on short-term and long-term focus.

Contents :

Module 1 : What is a Brand and Why Branding?
1. Marketing and Branding − Issues and Challenges
2. Brand − A Unique Differentiator
3. Brand Marketing Scenario in India
4. Brand Marketing Practices in India
5. Customer Care in Brand Marketing Practices 6. The Market Share of Selected Brands of White Goods in India
7. Issues and Challenges Before Indian Brands
8. Branding and Rural Markets
9. Mpeda as a Brand and Its Marketing Strategies
10. Brand Marketing Practices of Mobile Instrument in India
11. The Subsidy Package Under Cluster Development for the Sustainable Growth of SSI Sector in an Organised Branding in Kerala
12. New Perspectives of Retail Brands in India
Module 2 : Branding Issues-Extension, Positioning and New Brand Management
13. Brand Extension − An Emerging Strategy of Marketing
14. A Study of the Extent of Similarities and Dissimilarities in Perceptions of Individuals from the Same Target Group Towards Brand Positioning Through Advertising
15. New Brand Management − Challenges and Opportunities in India
16. Brand Failures and Success Analysis: A Brand Marketing Study
17. Joint Sales Promotion in India−Innovations Beckon
Module 3 : Brand Strategies − International and Indian Studies
18. Brand Strategies−Case Study of Hindustan Unilever Limited
19. Creating Brand Strategies for Real India
20. Brand Strategies in the Indian Context
21. Insurance Branding and Marketing − A Study at Kottayam
22. Brand Strategies in Bagalkot District
23. Corporate Brand and Individual Brand − Effect on CR
24. Branding Gujarat
25. Ethnic Garments − A Study on the Consumer`s Preference for Branded Ethnic Wear
26. A Study on Consumption Pattern, Brand Preference and Influencing Brand Attributes of Ice-Cream
27. Issues in Brand Strategies and Brand Image
Module 4 : Brand Equity − Issues and Challenges
28. Action/Attitude Model for Global Brand Building − An Insight for Indian Companies
29. Brand Loyalty and Brand Equity − Issues
30. Effective Brand Image Creation : Steps
31. Brand Building in the Indian Context
32. An Insight on Awareness of Tata Nano
33. MTR − Heritage Branding and Brand Equity
34. Brand Equity in Indian Banking
35. Brand marketing in Rural India.
36. Branding Kerala`s SSI Products in the E-World to Cope Challenges of Indian Retail Sector − Challenges in Retail Branding

About The Author

Dr. K. Sasikumar is currently working as Professor and Mead of Department of Commerce, University of Kerala. Trivandrum. I le has been leaching commerce and management since 1975 in colleges of Kerala and joined Kerala University in 1989. He completed a one year FDP from IIM, Ahmadabad in 1990, 18 Ph.D. scholars completed their research work in Commerce and Management studies. He has also successfully guided 40 M.Phil, scholars. He has completed four research projects funded by UGC and 53 research articles in national and international journals have been completed. He was the chairman of many national and international conferences. A book on "Women Entrepreneurship" was authored by him. He is in the executive council of Indian Commerce Association and Indian Accounting Association. He is the founder President of the Kerala branch of the Indian Accounting Association where he holds the office of the Jr. Vice-president.

Dr. K.S. Chandrasekar passed from BITS, Pilani with B.Pharm. (Hons.) and MBA distinction and rank from School of Management (BSMED), Bharathiar University, Coimbatore. He was the first doctorate in Management from Alagappa University and obtained Post Doctorate from Commonwealth Open University. Recipient of Certificate in Proficiency in Entrepreneurship Teaching from ISB, Hyderabad. He is currently the Director of one of the seven best b-schools in the university system Institute of Management in Kerala (IMK), University of Kerala (as per CSR 2009) and holding State Bank of Travancore, Chair Professor in Management Incharge, University of Kerala since 30/01/2008. He is also the Director, Centre for Management Education and Entrepreneurship Development (C-MEE) and Chairman, Board of Studies in Business Management, visiting Professor, Commonwealth Open University, Spain and UK since 9/2/2002. He served at Alagappa University and also with HLL Lifecare Limited, Trivandrum as Regional Marketing Manager. Now additionally holding the charge of Academic Coordinator for the MBA (Distance Learning Programme) of University of Kerala. He was awarded the Amity best Academician Award 2008, Amity University, New Delhi, and Gold medal winner and the Best Business Academic of the Year (BBAY) 2006, Indian Commerce Association, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh. On official visit, he had travelled to UAE, Thailand, Singapore, Kuwait. Oman and Sri Lanka. He has written three books in Marketing and 20 study materials. He has published 12 international articles and 54 national articles. He was the chairman in four international seminars including one at Sri Lanka and presented research papers in 51 national seminars and 16 international seminars. He has successfully guided 12 research scholars in obtaining Ph.D. in management studies and currently he is guiding about 25 research scholars in various universities.

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