4-D Branding offers a revolutionary four-dimensional model for understanding brand strengths and weaknesses. It can just as easily be used to create a new brand or analyze the strategic options for established brands. The model enables companies to create their own unique 'brand code' or 'mindspace'. The brand code represents an organization's unique corporate DNA , which can be used to drive every aspect of the business - from product innovation to recruitment. 4D-Branding argues that in an era of transparent markets, branding has four dimensions: 1. The functional dimension: Everything to do with physical quality, taste, style & efficiency. Depend too heavily on this dimension and you run the risk of copycats stealing your market. 2. The social dimension: Buyers in any market make their purchase decision subjectively. It is based on what they feel best conveys or portrays their social identity. With growing instability, brands are increasingly powerful definers of social standing. 3. The mental dimension: In every human being there is an inner landscape of mental programming. 4D-Brands touch the soul. 4. The spiritual dimension: Understand the spiritual and you understand the connections between the brand, the product or the company, and the bigger system of which we are all part. The spiritual dimension is now purposely used to build brands. It is not a token gesture or a fashionable statement. To work it has to be believed and lived. Understand these four dimensions & create the brands of the future.About the Author:
Swedish-born Thomas Gad invented the 4-D Branding model and has more than 20 years of experience in advertising; as a copywriter, creative director, and brand strategist. Before starting his own business, he worked for Grey Advertising International with both national and international clients including Nokia ("Connecting People"), Scandinavian Airlines, Procter & Gamble, Compaq, Microsoft, Telia, SEB and Nordea. Thomas founded Futurebrands, a business based in Stockholm that merged with Conradi Hvid to become Differ. The company opened a London office in early 2000. In 2001 he started a new international consultancy, MarcomHouse. Thomas Gad has two children and in his leisure time he flies his own seaplane, also enjoying hunting, skiing, and creative writing. .
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