Buy Space to Place Ad / Links

 

Creating a good brand name is difficult.

Creating a good brand name is difficult.

While almost all of us have heard names such as Coca-Cola and BMW, but which are the most valuable brands in the world?

Let’s take a look at 20 most valuable brands in the world, according to Interbrand.

 

Trucks containing cases of Coca-Cola outside a warehouse at the Swire Coca-Cola facility in Draper, Utah.

Trucks containing cases of Coca-Cola outside a warehouse at the Swire Coca-Cola facility in Draper, Utah.

Coca-Cola

Brand value: $77.8 billion

Change from 2011: 8 per cent

Rank (2012): 1

Rank (2011): 1

 

A store worker picks up an Apple iPhone 5 in London.

A store worker picks up an Apple iPhone 5 in London.

Apple

Brand value: $76.6 billion

Change from 2011: 129 per cent

Rank (2012): 2

Rank (2011): 8

 

A man walks past the headquarters of IBM Japan in Tokyo.

A man walks past the headquarters of IBM Japan in Tokyo.

IBM

Brand value: $75.5 billion

Change from 2011: 8 per cent

Rank (2012): 3

Rank (2011): 2

 

Google Conference at Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Google Conference at Moscone Center in San Francisco.

Google

Brand value: $69.7 billion

Change from 2011: 26 per cent

Rank (2012): 4

Rank (2011): 4

 

Bill Gates with his wife Melinda in Seattle.

Bill Gates with his wife Melinda in Seattle.

Microsoft

Brand value: $57.9 billion

Change from 2011: -2 per cent

Rank (2012): 5

Rank (2011): 5

 

GE Money Bank in Prague.

GE Money Bank in Prague.

GE

Brand value: $43.7 billion

Change from 2011: 2 per cent

Rank (2012): 6

Rank (2011): 5

 

McDonald's counter staff in Tokyo.

McDonald's counter staff in Tokyo.

McDonald’s

Brand value: $40.1 billion

Change from 2011: 13 per cent

Rank (2012): 7

Rank (2011): 6

 

 Intel processors are displayed at a store in Seoul.

Intel processors are displayed at a store in Seoul.

Intel

Brand value: $39.4 billion

Change from 2011: 12 per cent

Rank (2012): 8

Rank (2011): 7

 

Samsung flags are set up at main entrance to Berlin fair ground.

Samsung flags are set up at main entrance to Berlin fair ground.

Samsung

Brand value: $32.9 billion

Change from 2011: 40 per cent

Rank (2012): 9

Rank (2011): 17

 

A woman walks out from a Toyoto Motor Corp showroom in Tokyo.

A woman walks out from a Toyoto Motor Corp showroom in Tokyo.

Toyota

Brand value: $30.3 billion

Change from 2011: 9 per cent

Rank (2012): 10

Rank (2011): 11

 

A model stands next to a Mercedes-Benz Concept Style Coupe in Beijing.

A model stands next to a Mercedes-Benz Concept Style Coupe in Beijing.

Mercedes-Benz

Brand value: $30.1 billion

Change from 2011: 10 per cent

Rank (2012): 11

Rank (2011): 12

 

2013 BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe in New York.

2013 BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe in New York.

BMW

Brand value: $29.1 billion

Change from 2011: 18 per cent

Rank (2012): 12

Rank (2011): 12

 

Passers-by walk in front of the World of Disney store in New York

Passers-by walk in front of the World of Disney store in New York

Disney

Brand value: $27.4 billion

Change from 2011: -5 per cent

Rank (2012): 13

Rank (2011): 15

 

Cisco logo at the technology company's campus in San Jose, California.

Cisco logo at the technology company's campus in San Jose, California.

Cisco

Brand value: $27.2 billion

Change from 2011: 7 per cent

Rank (2012): 14

Rank (2011): 13


Hewlett Packard's French headquarters in Issy le Moulineaux, western Paris.

Hewlett Packard's French headquarters in Issy le Moulineaux, western Paris.

Hewlett-Packard

Brand value: $26.1 billion

Change from 2011: -8 per cent

Rank (2012): 15

Rank (2011): 10

 

Procter & Gamble's Gillette shaving foam on display in Chicago.

Procter & Gamble's Gillette shaving foam on display in Chicago.

Gillette

Brand value: $24.9 billion

Change from 2011: 4 per cent

Rank (2012): 16

Rank (2011): 16

 

A woman shops in a Louis Vuitton store in downtown Shanghai.

A woman shops in a Louis Vuitton store in downtown Shanghai.

Louis Vuitton

Brand value: $23.6 billion

Change from 2011: 2 per cent

Rank (2012): 17

Rank (2011): 18

 

Two attendees ride an escalator during Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in San Francisco.

Two attendees ride an escalator during Oracle OpenWorld 2012 in San Francisco.

Oracle

Brand value: $22.1 billion

Change from 2011: 28 per cent

Rank (2012): 18

Rank (2011): 20

 

Nokia plant in Oulu, Finland.

Nokia plant in Oulu, Finland.

Nokia

Brand value: $21 billion

Change from 2011: -16 per cent

Rank (2012): 19

Rank (2011): 14

 

Amazon warehouse in Milton Keynes, north of London.

Amazon warehouse in Milton Keynes, north of London.

Amazon

Brand value: $18.6 billion

Change from 2011: 46 per cent

Rank (2012): 20

Rank (2011): 26

 

    Posted in : Business, International

Comments

2 Responses to “20 most valuable brands in the world”
  1. My total ten cartilage earring says:

    I honestly think that this is a very pretty page you have here.

    Would it be ok if I like your page on my twitter along with your url and the header of the page:
    “20 most valuable brands in the world “?? I stumbled upon your website as I was
    browsing for cartilage earrings and I admit that I was extremely
    fortunate for doing so.
    Best luck,
    The Jewelry for Cartilage Team

    Have a look at my web blog; My total ten cartilage earring

  2. All the total five cartilage says:

    I visided your website as I was browsing for cartilage jewelry and I think that I am incredibly lucky
    for doing this. I believe that this is a extremely cute page
    you have here! Would it be ok if I like site on FB with the link and the title of the page:”20 most valuable brands in the world “??

    Thank You!
    Our Cartilage Piercings Team

    Also visit my web-site – All the total five cartilage

  Speak Your Mind

    Tell us what you're thinking...