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In commodity markets, competing brands, because they are undifferentiated, are seen by the customer as occupying virtually identical positions; and thus to all intents and purposes they are substitutable. The more distinctive a brand position with favourable attributes that the customer considers important, the less likelihood that a customer will accept a substitute. Fig. 15 is a simpliﬁed version of Fig. 13, which illustrates that it is successful brands and the ‘product surround’ that create 80 percent of the market impactdhence the substantial premiums paid over tangible assets.
Assets Liabilities - Land - Buildings - Plant - Vehicles etc. - Shares - Loans - Overdrafts etc. 4 Balance sheet Of course this is not true and in any case, the share price of a company is usually a good guide to its worth. There are also clear rules agreed internationally concerning how such intangibles should be recorded and treated, following an acquisition. But this isn’t the point. The point is that incongruously, most large companies have formallyconstituted audit committees doing ﬁnancial due diligence on major investments such as plant and machinery, using discounted cash ﬂows, probability theory, real option analysis and the like; yet few have anything even remotely rigorous to evaluate the real value of the company’s intangibles.
50 Brand as a risk reducer 51 Brand as a shorthand device ............................ 66 access, or the option to upgrade their ﬂights. They are also repeatedly using the service to feel that they belong to an exclusive club of successful travelers. Likewise a managing director outsourcing the IT function of a company chooses a partner not just because of the large resources and the expertise offered. He or she is also buying a name that stands for commitment to service excellence, global recognition and sustained credibility.