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Tata Jaguar Land Rover Indian company in world’s most valuable brands

Tata Jaguar Land Rover Indian company in world’s most valuable brands
01 Sep
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Tata Jaguar Land Rover Indian company in world's most valuable brands

Tata group's Land Rover has forayed into the club of world's 100 most valuable brands as the main Indian-owned entity, while Apple has held its top position with about $119 billion valuation. Land Rover, the British auto car brand claimed by Indian aggregate Tata, has been positioned 91st with a brand estimate value of $4.47 billion and is one of the five new contestants on this yearly list arranged by leading brand consultancy Inter brand. Apple - producer of iPhone mobiles, Mac PCs, iPad tablets and iPod music players among others - is on the second position ($107 billion). These are the main two with brand values in over of $100 billion.

While Land Rover is the main Indian entity on the list, there are no less than six different brands positioned among main 100 that are a division of the substances keep running by Indian CEOs. Land Rover has been positioned higher than numerous big worldwide brands like FedEx, Huawei, Heineken, Pizza Hut, BOSS, and Nokia. Representing British designing and ability in the SUV class, the famous British brand owned by TATA of India has put intensely in item creation, facility, and infrastructure. The main brand consultancy further noticed that "with 115 awards over its auto car rang, Land Rover is at last getting the acknowledgment it merits and has enhanced its J D Power scores essentially."

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With the client at the heart of the organization, an unmistakable center and critical interest in enhancing plan and quality, and showing world-class innovation and development, Land Rover is completely prepared to experience accelerating success in the anticipated Age of You. Among main top ten, Apple and Google are followed by Coca-Cola, IBM, Microsoft, GE, Samsung, McDonald's, Mercedes Benz and Toyota. Besides, the brand must have an public profile and awareness over the world's real economies.

 

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