[Re]defining brand boundaries?

3rd December 2013 | 0 Comments
 
[Re]defining brand boundaries?
Recently the subject of what the term "premium brand" means was raised in the UK, but the answer has European and global implications. We'd love to hear your thoughts, add your views using the form below

When Ashley Croft used his farewell Tyre Wholesaler Group annual chairman’s speech to ask how we define what a “premium” tyre is, he captured something of this year’s tyre industry zeitgeist (click here for full coverage of the speech). Of the speech didn’t just deal with this question – it touched on labelling, part worns and what the UK industry is doing to improve the availability of good market data too – but, if the market ruminations of a number of key players are anything to go by, Croft wasn’t the only one to have been raising this question during the last 12 months.

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