Retail and telecom brands have outperformed most other categories and seen their brand value increase in the 2020 BrandZ™ Top 75 Most Valuable Indian Brands ranking.

At a time of near-unprecedented economic challenges, the total value of the BrandZ™ India Top 75 fell by 6 percent in 2020, resulting in a total brand value of $216 billion.

Despite the overall decline, 26 brands increased in value and five were new entrants. India’s top brands also performed well against other countries where declines in total brand value were much greater.

And, in especially difficult times, BrandZ provides the proof that valuable brands deliver superior shareholder returns: the stock portfolio of the BrandZ India Top 75 has recovered more of its pre-pandemic value, at a faster rate, than India’s SENSEX.

For the seventh year, HDFC Bank remained the top-ranked brand in India with a total brand value of more than $20.2 billion. LIC reached the no.2 spot, with Tata Consulting Services at no.3.

With a 102 percent year-on-year increase in value, the fast-expanding brand Reliance Retail led this year’s crop of Top Risers.

Discover more about India’s most valuable brands and how they have created pathways to growth through agility, flexibility and clear-eyed action in our latest report.

2020 India BrandZ Report

BrandZ Top 75 Most Valuable Indian Brands 2020

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HDFC holds the top spot as India’s most valuable brand for the sixth year in a row as businesses shift their focus from disruption to long-term growth and stability.

BrandZ data shows trust is key for long-term growth as the most trusted brands in the Top 75 – including notable consumer-facing tech platforms like Flipkart, Oyo and Swiggy – are 129% more valuable than lesser trusted brands.

Read the report to discover which brands made this year’s ranking, what the rise of ‘middle India’ means for businesses and learn from the brands successfully navigating the country’s changes.

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Kantar and WPP have published the 2018 BrandZ™ Top 75 Most Valuable Indian Brands ranking and report.

The report tracks the value of India’s most valuable brands and provides insights into how to develop a strong and valuable brand in India. To reflect the strength of India’s growing economy and a marketplace where more local brands are emerging to present consumers with increased choice, the ranking has grown from 50 to 75 brands. New categories are also included for 2018 including privately owned and unicorn brands resulting in 30 new brands in this year’s ranking, seven of which are in the top 15.

Take a look at the report and ranking to learn more about most successful brands in India and how this exciting and dynamic market has changed over the past five years.

View the 2018 report online.

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India’s Top 50 brands grow 21%

WPP and Kantar have announced the Top 50 Most Valuable Indian Brands for 2017. Following a year of unprecedented growth where total brand value reached US$109.3bn, brands needed to grow their value by at least 18% otherwise they would decline in the ranking.

India is changing rapidly and brands are faced with the challenge of keeping pace. The country’s GDP is growing faster than expected, overtaking all other major economies, all-the-while as the market becomes increasingly diverse. Today, successful marketers are thinking about Multiple Indias – an India where consumers want to be the best they can be wherever they live and whatever their background.

Read the report for insights and analysis on how to grow your brand in India today.

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