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2014 | vol. 6, nr 1,2 | 12--21
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Revival of the Relics : How to Find Gold in the Brand Cemetery?

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Corporate India is witnessing a kind of "Retro Revolution" in recent times. The successful comeback of several retro brands, both in India and abroad provided a new impetus or 'mojo' to the Indian corporations who are vying with each other to revive the long forgotten brands. The new found love of corporations for the brand revival has generated a considerable interest amongst academicians and brand management practitioners. This is because several national and international empirical examples reveal that it is not easy to pick the right brand for revival amongst the forgotten brands. On the other hand, it is very risky, complex and cumbersome to revive the brands, especially when they inherit loads of negative baggage. Considering the complexities and challenges involved in the brand revival, the present paper offers techniques for identifying the right brand or winner amongst the long forgotten brands. It also provides strategies for the successful revival of old brands in the Indian landscape. Finally, the findings and suggestions of the study help to fill the gap in the academic literature and guide practitioners of brand management to adopt successful strategies in the art and practice of retro brand management. (original abstract)
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