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2017 BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Chinese Brands Report

Brands serving urban middle-class enjoy growth. Tencent tops the ranking for the third year. Alibaba returns to No.2.

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BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands 2017

Tencent tops the 13 Chinese brands in the list by entering top 10 for the first time. Chinese premium alcohol brand Moutai is the second fastest rising brand globally.

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B2B brands also need human touch

In today’s world, it is imperative to build business brands with consumer brand skills.

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Humanize Big Data into Smart Data that marketing professionals can use

Are we data, or are we human?

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2017 Brand Footprint report

Chinese brands dominate top 10 ranking, as well as contributing nine out of top 10 fastest rising brands.

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BrandZ launches Top 30 Chinese Global Brand Builders 2017 Ranking

Consumer electronics and mobile gaming brands from China lead the ranking. Consumers abroad increasingly associate Chinese brands with innovative digital devices and services.

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Panos Dimitropoulos is Asia Cultural Strategy Director, Added Value.

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Jason Yu is the Greater China General Manager of Kantar Worldpanel.

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