ASIA’s TOP 1000 BRANDS: Nestle once again makes itself known as the cream of the crop while powerhouses Heinz and Nescafe continue to chomp their way to the top.
ASIA's TOP 1000 BRANDS: Telecommunications providers experienced widespread disruption this year, while tech behemoths Facebook and Google expanded their stronghold in the Asia-Pacific region.
ASIA's TOP 1000 BRANDS: Tesla pulls into the Top 20 this year as Audi, Nissan, Hyundai, and Volkswagen also overtake peers like Porsche, Ford, Mazda and Mitsubishi.
ASIA's TOP 1000 BRANDS: Standard Chartered clambers back into the top 10 banks after a 2019 freefall, while in insurance, Allianz tumbles from fifth place in 2019 to 63rd this year.
ASIA's TOP 1000 BRANDS: Huawei, Lenovo and Xiaomi lose power, while Oppo, Vivo, TCL Technology, GoPro and LifeSense boot up higher brand recognition.
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ASIA's TOP 1000 BRANDS: South Korean giant charts high in 12 product categories and tops local and sustainable ranking.
ASIA's TOP 1000 BRANDS: Japanese electronics giant's struggles reflect a search for relevance in a fast-changing market where Korean competitors are ascendent.
ASIA’S TOP 1000 BRANDS: Many of the brands voted to have the best record on sustainability are also top brands overall. That’s no coincidence, say observers.
ASIA's TOP 1000 BRANDS: Facebook apps dominate new messaging service category, but in the opposite order you might expect.
ASIA's TOP 1000 BRANDS: A gallery of the most impressive ascents and the most precipitous declines in our 2020 survey of brand perception in APAC.
Here are just some of the many key lessons from yesterday's Asia's Top 1000 Brands event in Singapore.
Brands in New Zealand need to work hard to lure loyal consumers away from their favourite products, in a market where the economic forecast appears tentatively optimistic.
Consistency is the order of the day for Malaysian consumers, with a few notable exceptions.
Both brands continue to resonate strongest with consumers for reasons of pride and product.
There’s a dearth of local representation in Malaysia’s Top 100 Brands, but change is coming as younger consumers bring new attitudes.
While confidence remains high, certain segments should take note: the impact of the country's new Sugar Tax remains to be seen, and more and more Malaysians are choosing convenience shopping over supermarkets.
Conversations at Cannes kept returning to the negative influence of social media on mental health, with other strands of the same discussion touching on harmful agency-client working relationships and the introduction of psychological "safe spaces" at work.
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