Mapping relationships

Macrae, Chris
August 2002
Brand Strategy;Aug2002, Issue 162, p31
Trade Publication
Suggests a valuation exercise that could be used to measure the true value of brands and decipher whether a brand's intangible assets are compatible with the needs of its stakeholders. Connection of intangibles; Involvement of stakeholders in brand management; Creation of a valuation map.


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