Additional information of examples and brands mentioned on Chapter  5: The art of differentiation.

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Differentiation concept evolution

1933 – Edward Chamberlin: Theory of monopolistic competition.
1961 – Reeves Rosser: Unique Selling Proposition
1980 – Theodore Levitt: Marketing success through differentiation of everything.
1985 – Michael Porter: Differentiation strategy.
2000 – Jack Trout: Differentiate or die.


Millward Brown differentiation study

Reference to the Millward Brown study • Link to the book The Meaningful Brand on Amazon • Video from Nigel Hollis explaining what is a Meaningful Brand.

Differentiated brands sell more at higher prices: Meaningfully Different Framework

Book from Nigel Hollis (Millward Brown Chief Global Analyst): The Meaningful Brand: How Strong Brands Make More Money


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