The total value of the 2022 Kantar BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands has grown by 23% to reach almost $8.7 trillion. This growth is reassuring, considering the backdrop of high inflation and an unpredictable global economy.

Portfolio brands that continue to innovate and diversify their offer continue to grow. Apple is the world’s number one most valuable brand, growing 55% to US$947bn, followed by Google (No.2; $820bn; +78%).

Luxury brands have performed exceptionally well, with Cartier, the fastest-rising brand across all categories, growing its value by 88% to $10bn. Other brands doubling their brand value over the past year include: YouTube (No.24, $86bn), Google (No.2, $819bn), Tesla (No.29, $75bn) and Hermès (No.27, $80bn).

11 new entrants joined the 2022 Global Top 100 ranking, led by Aramco (No.16), Infosys (No.64), Mercado Libre (No.71) and Kuaishou (No.82).

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The total value of the 2021 Kantar BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands has grown by 42%, to reach record-setting new heights of over $7 trillion. The accelerated growth of the world’s most valuable brands reflects an impressive rebound from the economic toll of the global pandemic.

Amazon maintained its position as the world’s most valuable brand, growing 64% to US$684bn. Having first entered the ranking in 2006, Amazon’s brand value grew by almost $268bn this year. It became the first half-a-trillion-dollar brand, alongside Apple, at number 2, valued at $612bn.

At number 47, Tesla is the fastest growing brand and it has become the most valuable car brand, growing its value by 275% to $43bn. It has more than doubled its value, alongside Chinese brands: Moutai (no.11, $109bn), Meituan (no.34, $52bn), TikTok (no.45, $44bn) and Pinduoduo (no.81, $22bn).

13 new entrants joined the 2021 global ranking, including Nvidia (no.12, $105bn), Zoom (no.52, $37bn), AMD (no.57, $33bn) and Spotify (no.99, $19bn).

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The Kantar BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands 2020 have increased their total brand value by 6 percent, adding $277 billion over the past year to reach $5 trillion in total value.

The global pandemic has impacted brands regardless of size or geography, but brands with a point of difference, through creativity and innovation have proven their resilience, and are set to find growth faster during recovery.

Amazon is the world's most valuable brand, growing 32% to US$415.9bn and accounting for a third of the Kantar BrandZ Top 100's total growth. The retail sector has grown the fastest by 21% in brand value, driven by major ecommerce players.

Technology brands continue to dominate the top of the ranking, growing overall by 10%. Over half of media and entertainment brands appeared in the top 20 risers. TikTok (no. 79, $16.9bn) was the highest new entry.

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Amazon has leap-frogged the competition to be crowned the Kantar BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brand for 2019, breaking Apple and Google's 12 year hold on the top spot.

Other key trends and findings from 2019 include the continued rapid growth of the luxury sector - despite the slowdown in the global economy, the impact a brand's age has on consumer perception, and the common drivers behind our newcomer brands. The 2019 edition of the Kantar BrandZ Global Top 100 launched at an event at the New York Stock Exchange to learn from and celebrate the value strong brands bring to businesses, proven by Kantar BrandZ's unique and validated Brand Valuation methodology.

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