It’s hard to differentiate your brand in a small market.
Imagine how difficult it can be to establish your brand in today’s world-wide environment.
Now imagine how more complicated that has become with the Internet diluting everybody’s attention span to that of a walnut. Now you have an idea of how hard it can be to get a new brand noticed in the competitive world-wide field.
Especially when other companies have had decades-upon-decade head start on you.
The first ten are fairly easy to pinpoint by anybody who’s been paying attention to anything around them:
- General Electric
- DisneyAnd the rest are a bit more interesting where they fell:
- Louis Vuitton
- American Express
- JP Morgan
- Goldman Sachs
More interesting than how many of these global brands could you name – how many of these brands do you touch or interact with on a daily basis as part of your everyday life?
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