The intrinsic value of a brand resides in the consumer mind-space it occupies. Therefore, the Vertebrand approach blends both consumer-focused and financial-focused models. It uses a 360-degree format for evaluating brand performance – feedback from consumers/customers, channel partners, influencers, investors and other target groups. The methodology entails a step-by-step process detailed below.

  • Step One


    A cumulative weighted average score is calculated to arrive at the overall Vertebrand Index for the brand

  • Step Two


    A throughout analysis of the present and future macroeconomic conditions is undertaken to understand the factors which might affect the industry growth in future. A situational analysis including the current market scenario for the industry, competitive strategy, trends and future outlook is conducted.

  • Step Three


    A detailed view of the market performance of the company. This analysis provides a snapshot of the brand’s performance as compared to other brands in the category and is used to arrive at the Market Performance Index.

  • Step Four


    Using the Market Performance Index and Environment Analysis, a future sales growth rate is arrived at.

  • Step Five


    Vertebrand uses an income-based approach for arriving at a financial value for the brand. Royality Rate Determination: Royality rate is expressed as a percentage of sales and represents what the company would have to pay if it did not own the brand and licensed only...

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Experience Brands

Hotels, restaurants, shops, airlines, malls, cruise ships, hospitals... services like these represent the most exciting opportunity in branding. Complicated and simple, easy and difficult, branding a consumer service is going to be the marketing challenge for the next decade.
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For over 50 years Blue Star pursued a direct sales strategy through 4 dealerised divisions. The company realized that the independent dealerization program for each division was resulting in channels that lacked direction and smaller divisions getting short-changed by multi-line dealers. Blue Star approached Vertebrand to assist with revitalizing its channel strategy. Vertebrand’s mandate was to develop a Channel Operating Model, Norms for classifi¬cation of Channel Members, Blue Star’s Value Proposition to the Channel, Channel’s Value Proposition to the customer and ultimately a robust Channel strategy.

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