MavenMagnet: Track your global brand imagery

A recent study (published in Gulf Business) we conducted to track the global brand image of Dubai Expo 2020 revealed insights on how the “Expo 2020” brand faired across the world. While the global imagery of the Expo brand focused on togetherness, sustainability, and mobility, we discovered that the messaging and its impact in different parts of the world varied dramatically. For instance, we found that Thailand, UK, Spain, China, and Philippines demonstrated high association with design elements, while innovation drove interest in The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, and Canada. Global tracking helped identify actionable insights to increase and maintain consumer awareness and excitement around Expo in key markets around the world.

Over the last few years, we have been working on quite a few global brand imagery tracking projects. By decoding the local culture code, as well as identifying the elements of the global brand positioning that are working in specific regions, we have helped brands localize their positioning in different markets while maintaining the brands’ global ethos. Sharing insights across markets also help brands efficiently transfer success models and best practices across regions, manage global issues more effectively, and protect the core brand values.

At MavenMagnet, we have developed capabilities to conduct market research in every country across the globe (including China), in any language. By not relying solely on machine translation, and using our network of native speakers to interpret conversations, we ensure that the cultural nuances of the regions are captured efficiently. We help marketers by providing uniform KPIs across key markets in near real-time. We use advanced technological and analytical techniques to provide data-driven input for managing your global brand imagery while adhering to the most stringent industry and government privacy standards.

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