Brand Finance

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About events.

Brand Finance is committed to the development of theoretical and practical issues surrounding brands. As part of this process, we organise a series of events and forums around the world where leading practitioners in the area of brand strategy, brand building and brand valuation come together to share their experiences and to better understand the process by which valuable brands are created.

The Brand Finance Forums are a series of events which explore brand strategy, brand building and brand valuation. They should not be missed by those who are serious about maximising the value of their brands and intangible assets.

Why attend.


Gain first-hand insights from world leading brand practitioners and cutting-edge thinkers who share their best practices, knowledge and expertise about managing and maximising brand value.


Expand your network with international colleagues and gain first-hand insights from the world’s leading brands.

Discussion panels

Ask questions and hear from the panellists as they share and discuss the trends and influences affecting brands and businesses today.


Learn more about maximising value through the effective management of brands and intangible assets in one of our interactive working sessions.

Who should attend.

The delegates of previous forums have included CEOs, CMOs and CFOs of business to business and consumer facing brands at the national and international level. Senior managers from marketing and communications, brand and corporate strategy, academics, marketers, advertising consultants, politicians and senior NGO staff have also found our events of great interest.

What people say.

“Understanding the role of the brand in the generation of profit is vital to all businesses. The Brand Finance Forum helped to create a breakthrough for my company.”

Raoul Pinnell, Ex-Chairman, Shell Brands International

“Since 2004 the Brand Finance Forum has provided a unique opportunity to pool the thinking of Finance and Marketing. This is essential for the development of marketing dashboards and other metrics initiatives.”

Tim Ambler, Senior Fellow, London Business School

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