- Well Structured
Your nostalgia for a brand you used as a child can influence your buying decisions today. Tech journalist Ross Rubin explains how well-known companies that went under, failing to adapt their business models, are now bobbing up again as mere brand names which they license to new products. getAbstract recommends this article to marketers looking for new ideas, executives who would like to see brand value in action and consumers who are curious to understand why their favorite brand reappeared on the store shelf.
About the Author
Ross Ruben has written about technology and innovation in the consumer market for 20 years. He founded Backerjack and is a senior analyst at App Annie.