Newell's brands include the following.
A decade after starting business in the United States, Tupperware expanded into Europe. By 1965, the company had a presence in six European countries and then launched in Singapore, Japan and Australia. Tupperware also had sales offices in Africa and Latin America before 1970. After that, Tupperware Brands expanded to almost 100 countries around the world under seven brands connected to it: the brands Tupperware, Avroy Shlain, BeautiControl, Fuller, NaturCare, Nutrimetics and Nuvo. In 2008, due to its success in developing the brand's name in China, India and Indonesia, Tupperware received awards for "Most Favored Brand by Women" and "Company with the Best Corporate Face."
The Russell Corporation was made up of the following brands and their products:
Famous Brands has acquired a large number of restaurant brands globally and in South Africa in particular by pursuing an aggressive brand acquisition strategy. In September 2016 the company acquired the British hamburger franchise Gourmet Burger Kitchen and its 75 restaurants for R2.1 billion (US$143.3 million).
Fullbeauty is an umbrella holding company with multiple brands under its label. These include Woman Within, Roaman’s, fullbeauty.com Jessica London, ellos, swimsuitsforall, KingSize, and BrylaneHome.
Colony Brands owns many different catalog companies, including Ashro, Montgomery Ward, The Swiss Colony, Wisconsin Cheeseman, Midnight Velvet, Ginny's, Monroe and Main, Country Door, Tender Filet, and Seventh Avenue, the latter of which is considered their flagship catalog.
The company's brands as of July 2018 are the following:
• Irwin, Lenox, hilmor. Newell Brands tool brands were sold to Stanley Black & Decker in 2016 for $1.95 billion.
On June 15, 2006, following the acquisition of several brand names not associated with construction brick toys, the company again changed its name, this time from Mega Bloks Inc. to Mega Brands Inc. with Rose Art Industries, Inc. being renamed Mega Brands America, Inc.
An East Dawning test cafeteria-style restaurant was opened in Shanghai in 2004. After initially failing, Yum! Brands chose the KFC business model (KFC is the most successful Western chain in China) and found greater success. As of September 30, 2007, eight East Dawning restaurants were in operation.
Shopsmith filed for bankruptcy in 2009 and reorganized, at first under the name of RLF Shop. RLF Brands LLC was registered in Ohio as a Domestic Limited Liability Company by Robert L Folkerth on 1 June 2010. As of 2014 the company continued to market the Shopsmith Mark V and Mark 7 multipurpose tools, with seven different tools and various accessories.
American Outdoor Brands owns 18 brands specializing in firearms, firearms accessories, and other outdoor goods. Among these brands are :
On February 28, 2014, it was announced that Mattel, Inc. would acquire Mega Brands Inc. for approximately US$450 million. It became a wholly owned subsidiary of Mattel as of April 20, 2014. Prior to the purchase, Mega and Mattel were partners in adding Mattel brands to Mega "Worlds" plus a line for Mattel's American Girl that competes with Lego's Friends line.
Parioli: A range of Italian dining products including pasta, cooking sauces, olive oil and tinned tomatoes. Parioli, alongside Chokablok is widely regarded as one of the few successful venture brands launched by Tesco. With MNDB (advertising firm) claiming Parioli to be "Tesco's most successful venture brand".
Brands produced have included:
Other brands include Country, Country Woman, Simple & Delicious, Reminisce, Prevention, Farm & Ranch Living, EnrichU, LifeRich Publishing and Haven Home.
This is a selected list of the former brands formerly owned, discontinued, or sold to another company by Nestlé. Overall, Nestlé has discontinued, sold, or changed the name of many of its brands. Former brands are categorized by their targeted markets.
When brands are communicating their clean and green image, they must have clearly set out environmental claims that are truthful in how their business practices impact on the surrounding environment (Danciu, 2015). Such claims can be relayed through green labeling colour schemes, packaging, and “nature” images through advertisements as well as on the Internet. Green brands need to be wary of not putting themselves at risk of green-washing consumers, so their success rides on how well their green claims convince purchasers (Danciu, 2015).
When it comes to marketing strategies of green brands, it is important for company officials to understand the effects of being green has on their company and customers alike. Being a green brand alone automatically differentiates a brand from the outset and opens new market opportunities. The Body Shop is an example of a competitive green brand that succeeds through understanding and providing the consumer demand for eco-friendly products and their sound environmental performance (Baker, 2003). Green brands have also been profitable in niche markets where they can charge exclusive prices because conscious consumers are prepared to pay.
Another area of marketing a green brand is making use of functional and emotional strategies to position a brand in consumers’ minds. The functional characteristic approach delivers information on how a brand's products and services are environmentally friendly, which creates brand connections for buyers and powerful cognitive perception of the company (Danciu, 2015). Such information should include a company’s sustainable production process and ecological footprint in relation to its superiority to other competitors. The emotional approach for positioning focuses on emotions and alludes to a brand relationship with nature and the environment (Wang, 2016). It has been found that emotional strategies build brand loyalty very effectively because consumers feel they are helping preserve the environment through supporting sustainably made products (Danciu, 2015). Wang (2016) states that overall, a mixed strategy of using both emotional and functional approaches to market a green brand generates favorable brand relationships and commitment from consumers. It is noteworthy to mention that the most prosperous green brands are affiliated with either “alternative technology or a green corporate philosophy” (Wang, 2016).