The Value of Brands

  • Jan Lindemann


The value of brands materializes in several ways. The most direct and obvious is the sale of products and services to consumers. The combination of the price paid for a product plus the quantity and frequency of purchase creates the sales revenues for a business. This is converted into profits and ultimately shareholder value. The share price of a company is driven by investor’s expectations about the future ability of the business to attract customer revenue and extract profits from these. The value of brands also materializes in mergers and acquisitions, the subsequent balance sheet recognition, licensing, and other financial transactions such as securitizations.


Stock Market Intangible Asset International Financial Reporting Standard Market Portfolio Tangible Asset 
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© Jan Lindemann 2010

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