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Dr Alessandro Biraglia and Dr Bill Davvetas discuss their recent research, looking at the increased preference for independent brands, and how this can be affected depending on a country’s culture. They also discuss what larger organisations planning on acquiring independents need to know about how the acquisition can affect consumers’ perception of the brand.
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Read the paper: The “Indie” Premium: How Independent Firms Create Product Value across Cultures, International Marketing Review, https://doi.org/10.1108/IMR-04-2021-0157
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About the speakers:
Dr Alessandro Biraglia is an Associate Professor of Marketing at Leeds University Business School. His research interests include: consumer behaviour; consumer psychology; branding; entrepreneurship and business development; political marketing; and food marketing. Dr Vasileios (Bill) Davvetas is also an Associate Professor of Marketing at Leeds University Business School. His areas of research include: international marketing; branding; and consumer behaviour.
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