This Infographic Shows How Only 10 Companies Own All The World’s Brands

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https://www.good.is/amp/major-brands-infographi...;

Spoiler alert: the same company

P.S. maybe most of you have already known this but I just some more and honestly, I don’t like to support monopoly and changing to smaller brands now.
Also just learned kissan falls under American brand Hersey’s (noticed that on the sauce bottle) sweat_smile

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Isn’t Kissan owned by HUL?

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androgame wrote:

Isn’t Kissan owned by HUL?

Abhi tak to hul ka hi tha… sad

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androgame wrote:

Isn’t Kissan owned by HUL?

Don’t know. Is Hersey’s under Unilever?

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rini50 wrote:

Don’t know. Is Hersey’s under Unilever?

I don’t think so, Hershey’s is standalone

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androgame wrote:

I don’t think so, Hershey’s is standalone

Might be some kind of partnership. Both foreign MNCs could have some tie ups here as regional plans.. idk much company/commerce stuff sweat_smile

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my brother works for a data and market measurement firm and mondelez, pepsico and kellogg’s are his clients. he says that they do clever use of terabytes of data to reach every corner of the world and is one of the reasons why they are highly successful. they pay fcuk ton of money for data analysis so they can serve customers well, search for growth opportunities and identify potential markets. according to him haldiram, parle, emami, vadilal…..etc don’t have such deep pockets for that level of data analysis so are not that good outside India.

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TuckingFypo wrote:

my brother works for a data and market measurement firm and mondelez, pepsico and kellogg’s are his clients. he says that they do clever use of terabytes of data to reach every corner of the world and is one of the reasons why they are highly successful. they pay fcuk ton of money for data analysis so they can serve customers well, search for growth opportunities and identify potential markets. according to him haldiram, parle, emami, vadilal…..etc don’t have such deep pockets for that level of data analysis so are not that good outside India.

And those businesses like parle, haldiram, etc are not even start ups but reputed brands and still don’t have enough to challenge P&G, pepisico.

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rini50 wrote:

Don’t know. Is Hersey’s under Unilever?

How Hersey got this hindi name kisaan for brand.? Very strange

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Bk100 wrote:

How Hersey got this hindi name kisaan for brand.? Very strange

The local stuff they hired must be behind this sweat_smile
But good name. Even my dad was thinking that it was an Indian brand for years.

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TuckingFypo wrote:

my brother works for a data and market measurement firm and mondelez, pepsico and kellogg’s are his clients. he says that they do clever use of terabytes of data to reach every corner of the world and is one of the reasons why they are highly successful. they pay fcuk ton of money for data analysis so they can serve customers well, search for growth opportunities and identify potential markets. according to him haldiram, parle, emami, vadilal…..etc don’t have such deep pockets for that level of data analysis so are not that good outside India.

so they can serve customers well
serve ka matlab here?

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rini50 wrote:

And those businesses like parle, haldiram, etc are not even start ups but reputed brands and still don’t have enough to challenge P&G, pepisico.

inr vs usd comes into play here.

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kukdookoo wrote:

so they can serve customers well
serve ka matlab here?

by serve i mean listen to their needs and feedback.

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rini50 wrote:

The local stuff they hired must be behind this sweat_smile
But good name. Even my dad was thinking that it was an Indian brand for years.

Kissan is still a Indian brand. Check image above..

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