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Impact of Corporate Branding Strategy on the Consumer Loyalty: An Empirical Investigation


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Branding strategy is activity performed by the companies to manage their portfolio, so that they could be visible, differentiated, and preferred in the market. Companies have many options regarding branding strategy; they canuse name of their company, give independent name, or mixed of both for branding their offerings. The objective of this study is to assess the impact of branding strategy on the consumer loyalty. It has been found that devise corporate branding strategy does not directly leads to consumer loyalty, rather it enhances corporate image and positive corporate image leads to corporate loyalty which finally results to brand loyalty.

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Branding Strategy, Corporate Branding Strategy, Corporate Image, Corporate Loyalty.
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Balgopal Singh
Banasthali University, Rajasthan, India

Abstract


Branding strategy is activity performed by the companies to manage their portfolio, so that they could be visible, differentiated, and preferred in the market. Companies have many options regarding branding strategy; they canuse name of their company, give independent name, or mixed of both for branding their offerings. The objective of this study is to assess the impact of branding strategy on the consumer loyalty. It has been found that devise corporate branding strategy does not directly leads to consumer loyalty, rather it enhances corporate image and positive corporate image leads to corporate loyalty which finally results to brand loyalty.

Keywords


Branding Strategy, Corporate Branding Strategy, Corporate Image, Corporate Loyalty.

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