What are the most valuable brands in technology today? In this video, Andrew Tonner lists the top five in tech, as rated by Interbrand:
Apple, worth an estimated $76.5 billion.
IBM, at $75.5 billion.
Google, at $69.7 billion.
Microsoft, at $57.9 billion.
Intel, at $40 billion.
Andrew explains why brand value is so important to these companies -- specifically, how it helps each company distinguish itself and how it keeps customers hooked. Check out the video for more details.
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