Translation of branding in Spanish:


branding, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbrændɪŋ/ /ˈbrandɪŋ/


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    branding masculine
    • Since another company had by this time registered the name Rajah for their product, the brand was named Kajah.
    • In consumers' minds, a long-held advantage national brand name products have over store brands is disappearing - fast.
    • There are brands, products and categories and each has a slightly different meaning.
    • Within this setting, some firms seek to nurture different brands of products that are geared to different retail channels.
    • The features of the directory include a separate section on various brands of products.
    • The village's only provision store also stands next to the dargah and is well stocked with popular brands of food products.
    • At the time, Iraq produced a local brand of cigarette named ‘Baghdad’; I don't know if it's still there.
    • To what extent does our brand compete with products or services outside its category?
    • With India's consumer base growing proportionate to the spending power, the premium brands of various products are awaiting entry.
    • Much is being debated in many quarters about the merits of branding nation-states as if they were a product brand.
    • The company plans to manufacture the brands in its factory, where it employs 260 people.
    • He has bought and sold his way to the top table through turning solid products into flag-waving brands with a mixture of luck, timing and innovation.
    • Worn denim is the latest effort by the company to differentiate its product from other brands.
    • They choose not to buy certain products or brands, which they have reason to think are manufactured under unjust conditions.
    • We are now trying to introduce high-end innovative products before others do because product differentiation among brands is narrowing.
    • Crack the code, and you can develop new brands, products, and services that more effectively serve your unique tribe of customers.
    • Product brands are big business today, and brand management rules.
    • Every time you go back to bloglines, you can see the latest news about your issues and your brands, from millions of other sites.
    • There are so many sunscreens on the market though; not only are there many different brands and styles, but there are so many numbers!
    • With so many brands and types of wine on the shelves, many bemused Scottish consumers plump for a bottle because the design on the label looks good.
    • Naming a brand or a product should not be a chore that produces something dull and average.
    • It means delivering to the customer what the brand said the product would deliver.
    • Having a franchise licence of a specific brand gives more benefit to the entrepreneur.
    • The model was examined in the context of a consumer relationship with two retail service brands.
    • Designated trademarks and brands are the property of their respective owners.
    • Other brand and product names are trademarks of their respective companies.
    • On top of that, wholesalers now have brands and offer turnkey products.
    • Almost infallibly, I hear a big brand name, followed by the statement of belief that the brand makes a good product.
    • This paper will attempt to understand the process through which consumers become loyal to retail service brands.
    • I also wonder how well their brand and product names will travel.
    • Make sure your product titles and descriptions include brand names, if those brands have any value in your marketplace.
    • The retail service brand has been selected as the focus of this study because of the increasing importance of the brand in retail services.
    • Many well-known Irish high street brands and retailers have opted not to go down the transactional route with their sites.
    • In addition to the color and name changes under the brand restructuring, some product consolidation may also be considered.
    • It's a necessary part of our business to keep our standards up and retain the charm and heritage of our brand whilst modernising the product as well.
    • People now increasingly see brands as shared cultural property, rather than privately owned intellectual property.
    • A business differentiates itself not only with a specific brand or service but also by the assortment or collection of brands or services.
    • If the industry wants to enjoy strong growth, it must stop trying to coast on the strength of its brands and start delivering services that are worthy of premium prices.
    • And after all, most of these high street brands continue to advertise in industry-specific journals or headhunt top sector specialists.
    • Whether you are selling a product, building a brand or hiring executives, there are several reasons why an evaluation system should be in place and used regularly.