- Brand vectors are a tool to help measure and visualize your brand by plotting your position between two believable extremes.
- Examples of extremes include “stodgy v. free spirit” or “cheap v. luxury.” Organizations fall somewhere between the two, and the brand vector is the visual tool that helps graphically illustrate that perception.
- Brand vectors create internal and external alignment of your brand and help you visually differentiate your brand from competitors.
- Combining several key vectors gives your brand multi-dimensional life.
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Producer: Heather Ohlman
Transcription: Reena Venkata
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