As much as we love to see our own brands be noticed, we are also acutely aware of how the fashion industry can play on the minds of others, especially those who are not familiar with it.
When we see a brand’s logo or slogan on a shirt, jacket, shoe, bag or other product, it may well feel like a badge of honour for the company, but it may also be a way to sell their product.
In other words, a logo is an iconic symbol of a company.
The same is true for the brand’s name, brand image, product name and more.
Our job is to make sure that our brands are recognised, that they stand out in a market where the world is changing, that people can connect with them, and that the brand is a symbol of what is good and true about India, said Sunil M. Dey, chief executive of the National Retail Federation, an Indian trade body that represents Indian retailers.
As a global brand, we have to make an effort to speak to the world, said Amit Kumar, CEO of Bhabha Group, an online retail firm based in New Delhi.
And we have a duty to show how the brand represents the spirit of our country and its people.
The brand can also help to inform people of how their money is being spent, which can help to drive a better return on their investment.
The Indian brand is seen as one of the most important factors in shaping our national identity, said Praveen Jain, a professor of marketing at Delhi University.
It is very important for brands to communicate to the wider public the core values and values of India.
And as the brand grows, it also needs to keep its focus on the brand and the product, said Dey.
And that is where the brand can help the country.
What makes the brand successful?
A brand is the expression of the ideals of a particular society.
A good example is the ‘Shark Tank’ in which the show focuses on the ideas of the Indian consumer, said Jain.
A good brand is also the product that makes a brand appealing to a wider audience.
A brand can be considered the expression and product of a community, and its products can help it to expand into other sectors of the economy, such as health care, retail and finance, he said.
A well-designed brand can appeal to a broader audience, including consumers who are interested in the brand or are looking for an alternative to the standard brands of today.
For example, a good brand can attract more people who are looking at brands from other countries or who have different tastes in fashion.
So, a well-executed brand can create a sense of identity for its consumers, and it can also create loyalty among its followers, Dey said.
In our current economic climate, brands need to be able to reach a wide range of consumers in the country, so that the company can remain relevant and relevant for years to come.
But it is important for companies to continue to evolve their brands to meet the needs of the time.
The brand is not the only factor in determining a brand, said Virendra Sharma, chairman of the brand management consulting firm, Brand Strategy & Design, who has worked with several Indian brands.
He said the key is the brand identity.
Brands are defined by their identity, their branding, and the quality of their products.
If a brand is good, then its brand identity can stand the test of time, he added.
The most important element is the product.
The quality of a product is more important than the brand, Sharma said.
For the best of the best, a great brand will always keep evolving.
But when the brand goes down, the quality will come down too, he warned.
A brand must continue to be relevant to the people, DeY said.
The next step is for the brands to find new customers and grow their business.