Aquí tenéis dos informes de Interbrand (copyright) sobre el valor de las marcas, a nivel global y a nivel de España.
A nivel del ranking mundial sólo aparece Zara (como caso español).
A nivel global, en moda, aparecen tan sólo la mencionada y en primer lugar GAP
Toyota aparece en el número 6 (del 7 del año pasado)… recordad, Lean
Al igual que este caso… algunos son sorpresa.. .y otros casos dan que pensar…
Attached, two reports from Interbrand (copyright) regarding brand value, locally (Spain) and gobally (worldwide)
In global ranking, only Zara appears at the report as Spanish brand
- In fashion, we can see GAP, Nike, Zara…
Toyota holds the position #6 (from #7 last year)… remember… lean
- Like this case… some others are surprise… some others could help to you think about…
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