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In marketing, brand management is the analysis and planning on how a brand is perceived in the market.

The intangible elements are the experiences that the consumers share with the brand.

and also the relationships they have with the brand.


Course Id: CBM/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.

Duration: 90 Hrs.

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Online Examination Detail:

Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 100, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is no negative marking in this module.

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  • Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
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Certificate in Brand Management


Introduction to Brand Management
Planning and Implementing Brand Marketing Programs
Measuring and Interpreting Brand Performance
Growing and Sustaining Brand Equity
Identifying and Establishing Brand Positioning
Development in Brand Management
Introduction to Brand Management

Meaning of Brand, Branding, Brand Management, Importance of Branding to Consumers, Firms, Brands v/s Products, Scope of Branding, Branding Challenges and Opportunities, Strategic Brand Management Process, Customer Based Brand Equity model (CBBE), Sources of Brand Equity, Steps of Brand Building including Brand Building Blocks, Brand Positioning: Meaning, Importance, Basis.

Planning and Implementing Brand Marketing Programs

Brand Elements: Meaning, Criteria for choosing Brand Elements, Types of Brand Elements, Integrating Marketing Programs and Activities, Personalizing Marketing: Experiential Marketing, One to One Marketing, Permission Marketing, Product Strategy: Perceived Quality and Relationship Marketing, Pricing Strategy: Setting Prices to Build Brand Equity, Channel Strategy: Direct, Indirect Channels, Promotion Strategy: Developing Integrated Marketing Communication Programs, Leveraging Secondary Brand Associations to Build Brand Equity: Companies, Countries, Channel of Distribution.

Measuring and Interpreting Brand Performance

Measuring Sources of Brand Equity:  Qualitative Research Techniques: Projective Techniques: Completion, Comparison, Brand Personality and Values: The Big Five, Free Association, Quantitative Research Techniques: Brand Awareness: Recognition, Recall, Brand Image, Brand Responses, Comparative Methods: Brand based Comparative Approaches, Marketing Based Comparative Approaches, Conjoint Analysis, Holistic Methods: Residual Approaches, Valuation Approaches: Historical Perspectives and Interbrand’s Brand Valuation Methodology.

Growing and Sustaining Brand Equity

Growing and Sustaining Brand Equity: Designing and Implementing Brand Strategies: The Young and Rubicam (Y&R) Power Grid, Brand Architecture, Brand Stature/ Brand Strength, Managing Brand Portfolios, Brand Hierarchy Decisions; Brand Extensions; Managing Brands Over Time: Life Stages of a Brand, Brand Extensions, Brand Reinforcement Strategies; Managing Brands over Geography Global Branding, Global Brand Strategy.

Identifying and Establishing Brand Positioning

Customer Based Brand Equity: Brand Knowledge, Sources of Brand Equity, The Four Steps of Brand Building; Brand Positioning: Identifying and implementing brand positioning, Points of Parity, Points of Difference, Brand Audits, brand Concepts in real life setting by articulating the Context of and the Rationale for Application.

Development in Brand Management

Describe the process and methods of developing brand elements, Explain the reasons and process of developing brand associations Identify effective marketing and marketing communications strategies, including the use of social/digital platforms   Design marketing and marketing communications programs that build brand equity, Introducing a new brand, and designing marketing/marketing communications programs that effectively communicate the desirable brand identity to target markets.