US president Donald Trump, wearing one of his iconic red trucker hats.
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Has the relationship between the Trump brand and the US president's politics gone too far?
Through their text and graphic design, business-school logos are signs that "speak" to their stakeholders and the public at large, communicating identity, values and promises.
Listen up, guys.
Going private would help Tesla reestablish its luxury status.
Advertising as a life story – this clever campaign branded a Spanish beer with a sense of belonging.
KitKat lost its decade-long case to protect its four finger biscuit shape.
It's all about being 'sufficiently distinctive' and in the multi-billion dollar chocolate business, much is at stake.
Leo Messi advertises sportswear, airlines, and even this Russian bank.
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Ronaldo and Messi cannot go on forever, and Neymar, Pogba and Salah are waiting in the wings.
While major brands like Coca-Cola have stuck by FIFA and the World Cup, others have not.
Compared with years past, the build-up to the Russia World Cup has been relatively subdued from a marketing and advertising standpoint.
Beppe Grillo speaks in Rome on March 2, 2018..
While often lumped with other European populist parties, Beppe Grillo's M5S is a movement of activist fans mobilized by the messages of his "celebrity brand".
Lacking self-awareness? Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visits the Golden Temple in Amritsar, India on Feb. 21, 2018. Trudeau was pilloried in domestic and international media for wearing Indian traditional outfits during his trip.
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Justin Trudeau's disastrous trip to India is regarded by some as an exercise in so-called nation branding gone badly. But we might want to blame the game, not the player.
Workers produce medical marijuana at Canopy Growth Corporation’s Tweed facility in Smiths Falls, Ont.
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In competing with Canada's black markets, legal cannabis has potential strengths and weaknesses. Most flow directly from governments' policy choices.
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Brands are notoriously hard to manage and protect from global competition. Here’s how Triumph Motorcycles resurrected itself.
While Champagne seems eternal and unchanging, its fame is in fact the product of four founding myths. These have shaped its identity and the images now associated with its consumption.
Behind labels’ designs, brand storytellings.
Wine labels feature a seemingly endless variety of images, type and themes. But an analysis shows that two broad themes dominate, each with four subtypes, all to craft stories that appeal to consumers.
Marijuana brand name stickers are visible as customers line up at the counter in CannaDaddy’s Wellness Center marijuana dispensary in Oregon in April.
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There's a strong case for governments to allow cannabis producers to brand their products via packaging and advertising like any other product. It could boost quality and consumer satisfaction.
Tourists play slot machines at the Paris Las Vegas hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Excessive indulgence is the city’s unifying theme. It’s also a way to end your life. Just ask Stephen Paddock.
Do you know where your beer comes from?
Do you know where your beer was brewed?
Many "imported beers" are actually made locally. Should we have clearer labelling for the origins of beer?
Online cosmetics tutorial.
In two years Kylie Jenner has gone from socialite to the head of a leading cosmetics brand. What does this success say about the power of social media in building strong brands?
Social media is here to stay and gives a platform to companies as well as consumers who hold the power to bring about change.
Melbourne, city of cranes.
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Melbourne has seen tens of thousands of new apartments constructed over recent years, and apartment brands are flourishing. We can see striking typographic similarities with another economic frenzy: the 1870s cattle boom.
The Hermès building in Tokyo, designed by Renzo Piano (Ginza 5, Chuo-ku, Tokyo).
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Case analysis of Hermès and its four strengths: a real identity, the creativity and skills of its artisans, innovation, and the fact that it remains an independent family company.