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The Bottom Line About Branding
Five takeaways from John Costello's THINK Conference presentation.
May 12, 2013
Five takeaways on branding, according to John Costello, president of Dunkin' Brands:
assess what's working and what's not.
2. Differentiate or disappear
: Why should consumers choose you over all other choices ? Strong brands have a clear point of product and brand differentiation.
a 360 approach to meeting member needs.
4. Think long-term
—invest in your brand. Brand building has to sell, and sales tactics have to build your brand.
5. Build a team
bigger than yourself. Great teams equal great results. Surround yourself with the right people.
Costello addressed attendees of the
this week in Chicago. The conference, sponsored by CO-OP Financial Services, concludes Thursday.
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