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Brand Health

A healthy brand is one that’s aware of its weaknesses.

Brands need to know the lay of the land before they can march on through it. As competition evolves and consumer attitudes shift, the brands that understand how they stack up in the marketplace are the same brands that can act on their findings and move past the competition.