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How Brands Grow: Part 2 Revised

2nd Edition - Including Emerging Markets, Services, Durables, B2B and Luxury Brands

By: Jenni Romaniuk, Bryon Sharp

Hardcover | 20 September 2021 | Edition Number 2

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This book will change the way you think about marketing forever.

Following the success of international bestseller How Brands Grow: What Marketers Don’t Know, How Brands Grow Part 2 takes readers further on a journey to smarter, evidence-based marketing.

How Brands Grow Part 2 is about the fundamentals of buying behaviours and brand performance – fundamentals that provide a consistent roadmap for brand growth, and improved marketing productivity. This revised edition includes updates to all chapters and the addition of a new chapter, ‘Getting Down to Business-to-Business Markets’.

About the Authors

Professor Jenni Romaniuk is Associate Director (International) of the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute, University of South Australia. Jenni is author of Building Distinctive Brand Assets and developer of the Distinctive Asset Grid. She is a pioneer in mental availability measurement and metrics, as well as the identification and use of category entry points. Jenni is a past executive editor of the Journal of Advertising Research, and now sits on the Journal’s Senior Advisory Board.

Professor Byron Sharp is Director of the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute, University of South Australia. Byron’s international bestseller How Brands Grow has sold over 120,000 copies and has been translated into more than a dozen languages. He has published over 100 academic papers and is on the editorial board of five journals. With Professor Jerry Wind, he hosted two conferences at the Wharton Business School on the laws of advertising, and co-edited two special issues of the Journal of Advertising Research.

The Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science at the University of South Australia is the world’s largest centre for research into marketing. The Institute’s large team of marketing scientists are advancing marketing knowledge and busting pseudoscience and marketing myths. Through books, specialist research services and the Corporate Sponsorship Program, the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute is helping marketers all over the world to develop and benefit from a culture of evidence-based marketing. www.MarketingScience.info