International sports leagues and fitness trackers are among the other brands shaking up the Top 1000 this year.
Here is Uber once again making the headlines only this time for positive reasons. The eight-year-old ride-sharing brand, which has faced its fair share of controversy, has shot to the 19th spot in its debut on Asia’s Top 1000 Brands list, putting itself in the same league as firmly established names such as Visa and Starbucks....
- Campaign Asia-Pacific online premium content* including in-depth monthly focus on key trends and industry issues
- Unlimited website access*, and an archive of more than 70,000 articles
- Regular value-added supplements including brand health checks, sector studies, ad critiques and research charts
- Daily newsletters and breaking story alerts straight to your inbox
- New weekly feature articles on the latest research, innovation and marketing trends
- Be the first to hear about industry events