Purpose: This paper investigates the relationship between consumer-based brand equity (CBBE)—conceptualized as consisting of brand awareness, perceived quality, brand associations, perceived value, and brand loyalty—and market share for different brand types (global versus local) in different country groups (developed versus emerging). Design/methodology/approach: The paper combines consumer-survey-based data, experts’ coding, and retail panel data of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) brands in 29 countries. Findings: In developed countries, the relationship between each CBBE component (except for brand associations) with market share is stronger for local than global brands. In emerging countries, the relationship between each CBBE component with market share is stronger for global than local brands. Research limitations/implications: The paper contributes to better understanding the relationships between CBBE and market share by showing how CBBE components relate to market share for different brand types (global and local) in different country groups (developed and emerging). Limitations arise from constraints related to existing datasets (e.g. limited number of variables and type of product categories considered). Practical implications: The paper offers insights to managers working in multinational FMCG companies, as it suggests which CBBE components relate more strongly to the global or local brands’ market shares in different countries. Originality/value: The paper analyzes the relationship between CBBE and market share by focusing on different brand types (global versus local) in different country groups (developed versus emerging). It does so by using a company dataset and showing correspondence with conceptualizations and measures of brand equity from the academic literature. It also considers a large set of 29 countries, extending research beyond national boundaries.

How consumer-based brand equity relates to market share of global and local brands in developed and emerging countries / Zarantonello, Lia; Grappi, Silvia; Formisano, Marcello; Brakus, Josko. - In: INTERNATIONAL MARKETING REVIEW. - ISSN 0265-1335. - 37:2(2020), pp. 345-375. [10.1108/IMR-05-2018-0176]

How consumer-based brand equity relates to market share of global and local brands in developed and emerging countries

Grappi, Silvia;
2020

Abstract

Purpose: This paper investigates the relationship between consumer-based brand equity (CBBE)—conceptualized as consisting of brand awareness, perceived quality, brand associations, perceived value, and brand loyalty—and market share for different brand types (global versus local) in different country groups (developed versus emerging). Design/methodology/approach: The paper combines consumer-survey-based data, experts’ coding, and retail panel data of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) brands in 29 countries. Findings: In developed countries, the relationship between each CBBE component (except for brand associations) with market share is stronger for local than global brands. In emerging countries, the relationship between each CBBE component with market share is stronger for global than local brands. Research limitations/implications: The paper contributes to better understanding the relationships between CBBE and market share by showing how CBBE components relate to market share for different brand types (global and local) in different country groups (developed and emerging). Limitations arise from constraints related to existing datasets (e.g. limited number of variables and type of product categories considered). Practical implications: The paper offers insights to managers working in multinational FMCG companies, as it suggests which CBBE components relate more strongly to the global or local brands’ market shares in different countries. Originality/value: The paper analyzes the relationship between CBBE and market share by focusing on different brand types (global versus local) in different country groups (developed versus emerging). It does so by using a company dataset and showing correspondence with conceptualizations and measures of brand equity from the academic literature. It also considers a large set of 29 countries, extending research beyond national boundaries.
2020
28-apr-2020
37
2
345
375
How consumer-based brand equity relates to market share of global and local brands in developed and emerging countries / Zarantonello, Lia; Grappi, Silvia; Formisano, Marcello; Brakus, Josko. - In: INTERNATIONAL MARKETING REVIEW. - ISSN 0265-1335. - 37:2(2020), pp. 345-375. [10.1108/IMR-05-2018-0176]
Zarantonello, Lia; Grappi, Silvia; Formisano, Marcello; Brakus, Josko
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