Olivia Parker
Jun 4, 2018

Google makes the Top 10

The brand is extremely popular with Asian consumers—for more than just its search capabilities. Could it be the future No. 1 brand in the Top 1000?

The Google sign outside the company's office in Singapore

Google jumped five places in the Top 1000 Brands list this year, breaking into the hallowed Top 10 for the first time since 2011 and finishing in position seven.

The company emerges as Asia’s favourite search engine in all markets except China and South Korea, and it is also rated top for digital experience’ in all markets except China where consumers cited Apple and India Amazon. Outside search, Google Play is ranked the third...

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