Assessment 1 – Activity 4 – Brand Building




Assessment 1 – Activity 4 – Brand Building


Course Name: Certificate IV in Business

Code: BSB40212

Subject:Introduction to Marketing

Evidence technique: In-class activity

Assessment No: 1 – activity 4 (Brand Building)

Weighting: 10%

Due Date:Week 8

Competency Title: BSBMKG414AUndertake marketing activities

BSBMKG413A Promote products and services

Student Name:___________________________________

Student Number:___________________________________

Student Signature:__________________________________

Date: _____/____/_____

Trainer Name: Antony Elmore

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    Assessment Task 1 – Activity 4


    Assessment 1 – Activity 4 – Brand Building
    Last updated: Sep 2023

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    The promotion of a brand is just ONE aspect of building brand equity. Achieving strong brand equity requires many components, but it can create significant value in the marketplace. The following exercise contains a number of checklist points for you to discuss regarding the building of, and the return on, brand equity.



    Factors that may contribute to (or detract from) the building of strong brand equity:

  • Product range
  • Relative product quality
  • Points of differentiation
  • Retailers used
  • Retailer prominence
  • CEO profile
  • Media (mainstream and blogs/forums)
  • Word-of-mouth
  • Use of celebrities
  • Other brand associations
  • Visibility of the product
  • Social media ‘connection’
  • Social ‘status’ of the product
  • Entertainment or self-identity product
  • Market share (extent of popularity)
  • Perceived innovation
  • Perceived integrity
  • Success of new products
  • Sales + service staff
  • Target markets
  • Market coverage (global?)
  • Time in market
  • Competitive set
  • B2C or B2B only
  • Social responsibility
  • Competitor’s actions
  • Employee behaviour

    Potential benefits that may be gained from strong brand equity:

  • Increased sales
  • Price premium
  • Customer loyalty
  • WOM and promoters
  • Perceived popularity and real visibility
  • More effective social media
  • Mainstream media attention
  • Retailer appeal
  • Point-of-sale merchandise uptake
  • Supplier bargaining power
  • Staff recruitment and retention
  • More energetic corporate culture
  • More skills and resources and capabilities
  • New product success
  • More product line extensions
  • Easier market development
  • Strategic alliances
  • More efficient marketing spend
  • Significant competitive advantage
  • Reduces threat of new entrants
  • Increased profits and stability of cash flows
  • Borrowing/capital raising
  • Stable cash flow and easier planning
  • Economies of scale
  • Improved price/earnings ratio


  • Review the list of factors that may contribute to building positive brand equity (list one). Which factors do you think would be the main contributors to a firm’s brand equity?
  • Strategy

    A brand must have clearly defined objectives and tactics to achieve its strategy. The branding strategy defines the business a brand conducts, as well as how the brand will enter the market, gain market share and maintain a competitive position among its target market.


    Walk into any business and you find workers creating e-mail messages, making presentations, reading trade journals, writing reports and talking on phones. A brand’s success depends on people communicating and working together to accomplish shared objectives.


    A brand may offer exceptional features and benefits, but unless the marketplace is aware of them, the brand will never generate sales. Awareness relies on strong content marketing strategy to build brand awareness.


    A brand’s reputation can be built or destroyed online, in person or in print.



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