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Brand Value in the Process of Internationalisation

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Since brand, as an intangible asset can create customers’ loyalty and build emotional bonds, the author intends to understand factors influencing brands which values are recognizable internationally. Relations, which tie consumers values, create marketing chains which can lead to competitive advantage. Aim of this article is to find answer to the question if it is possible to create exceptional value through the brand. If yes, would this value be recognizable internationally as equal and what would constitute the variance in different countries?
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  • Faculty of Management, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
  • Faculty of Management, University of Economics in Katowice, Poland
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