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Brands in the lead of tech and media shine in the 2016 Asia’s Top 1000 Brands ranking. Start here to explore this exclusive research and analysis about brands in the Asia-Pacific region.
The upper echelon may contain the same 10 companies as last year, but their shifting positions hint at strong currents in consumer preferences and culture.
Brands are continually trading places. We examine possible factors behind some major moves up and down the 2016 league table
As China sales falter due to a slowing economy and crackdown on corruption, luxury brands seek a turnaround.
Creative work we loved (and not so much) from the region’s top brands over the past year.
Airbnb’s debut on the Top 1000 Brands ranking means it’s only a matter of time before Uber, Netflix and Grab displace more traditional incumbents.
The race for technology has put some Asian giants on the global map, but many regional brands still need to think beyond local provenance to win the hearts of global consumers.
Global auto sales have grown every year since 2009’s recession, and though growth appears to be slowing, 2015 should still bring positive news.
Why the top 10 brands in the Asia's Top 1000 Brands report resonate the most with Asian consumers.
SECTOR ANALYSIS: Short-term promotions eating away at long-term profitability, competition and changing consumer behaviors all mount a challenge to Asian grocery names. But key differentiators to attract shoppers and boost loyalty can still be found in core industry functions.
Some brands see their fortunes rise, while others watch their empires fall. Here, we examine the factors driving notable moves up and down in the Asia's Top 1000 Brands ranking.
Unmetric analysed more than 1 million pieces of brand content to produce this list of the most engaging uses of social media in the last year.
Great brands are known for great marketing. But sometimes bad ads happen, even to the best brands. Here, some of our favourite successes (and failures) of the past 12 months.
Many Asian brands undervalue design. Here are six for whom design is not only identity, but also a driver of growth.
Some of the most intriguing stories in the Top 1000 involve Asia-based brands that are either new to the list or are building the momentum to ride to new heights.
High-profile sectors see brands constantly battling for supremacy. We asked some keen observers to highlight key struggles and lessons.
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