Branding and Differentiating in a World of Increasing Uniformity
Bart J. Bronnenberg, University of Tilburg
Consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers invest heavily in their brands. Recent estimates of firm-specific brand capital are astronomical in size. In this session, Bart Bronnenberg will share 15 years of large-scale empirical research on branding, innovation, and order-of-entry effects in CPG markets. Drawing from historical and current panel data—each covering many markets and categories—he will discuss the empirical persistence of brand shares, formation of long-term brand preference, and the effects of product expertise on brand premiums. Participants will be asked to share opinions and experiences on what is created when investing in brand capital.
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