Brand Finance Spain Forum: How is Brand Reputation Bringing Value to Spanish Businesses?

El encuentro organizado por Brand Finance España donde se presentará el ranking de las 100 marcas españolas más valiosas, se centrará en como atrae la reputación de la marca valor a las empresas españolas. Analizaremos y compartiremos perspectivas sobre las diferencias entre marcas de varios sectores y estudiaremos nuestras marcas y las de otros países.

Durante la crisis, nuestras empresas perdieron mucho más valor en nuestro país que las de otros países en otros entornos. Ahora, en nuestro ranking top 100, nuestras marcas están claramente resurgiendo.

Nuestra investigación demuestra que aquellos negocios que mantienen unas marcas fuertes y las usan de manera efectiva sobreviven mucho mejor a los ciclos económicos negativos aprovechando exponencialmente mejor los ciclos positivos.

Esto es posible debido a que dichas empresas son capaces de generar valor de las percepciones del mercado, o dicho de otra manera: “ de la reputación de marca”

La reputación de marca impacta en el negocio:

  • Incrementa el numero de clientes
  • Aumenta la lealtad de los clientes existentes
  • Facilita la venta cruzada 
  • Reduce los costes de financiación o de proveedores
  • Mejora la adquisición y retención de talento

Estudiaremos casos de éxito en la medición y aprovechamiento de los efectos de las marcas y en particular, como las marcas españolas se han convertido en las marcas que más rápido han crecido y se han convertido en las más exitosas.

 

The Brand Finance Spain Forum will ask the question How is Brand Reputation Bringing Value to Spanish Business? We shall present the results of our annual brand valuation study into Spain’s most valuable brands and share perspectives on the differences between brands across a variety of sectors and compare Spanish brands to those from the rest of the world. 

At the time of the Great Recession, Spanish businesses were hit hard and lost more value than most countries. Now, in our new 100 Most Valuable Spanish brands report, the country's brands are truly resurgent. Our latest research has shown that those businesses that maintain strong brands and use them effectively are able to weather economic storms better and outperform in the good times. They do this because of the many ways they create value through the perceptions that people hold of them, otherwise known as their “Brand Reputation”.

Brand reputation impacts businesses in a number of ways, such as:

by increasing the number of new customers,
by keeping those customers loyal,
by encouraging cross-selling of services,  
by cutting supplier and finance costs and
by improving employee acquisition and retention.
We will be exploring best practice in measuring and harnessing the brands' effects and, in particular, how Spanish brands have become some of the fastest growing and most successful in this year’s Brand Finance brand valuation study.

Programme

09:00 Registro

09:30

 

 

Apertura y presentación del informe Las 100 marcas españolas más valiosas

Teresa de Lemus, MD, Brand Finance España

09:45

   

'How Brands Bring Value to Businesses' (Ponencia en inglés)   

Alex Haigh, Director de Calidad Técnica, Brand Finance España

10:00

 

'De Marca Local a Marca Global'

Fernando Garrido, Director de Marca y Reputación, Mapfre

10:10

 

'Transformando Percepciones'

Gemma Jucá, Directora de Marketing & Marca, Iberia

10:20

 

'Construir Marcas Relevantes'

Mónica Villar, Directora de Comunicación, PR y RRSS, NH Hoteles

10:30

 

 

'El Caso Gestamp, Construyendo Reputación en Nuevos frentes'

Miguel López Quesada, Director Corporativo de Comunicación y RRII,

Gestamp

10:40

 

'El mundo, Nuestro Terreno de Juego'

Enrique Moreno, Director de Marca Global, LaLiga

11:00 Pausa Café

11:15 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Qué Valor Tiene la Reputación de la Marca para las Empresas Más Valiosas de España”

Moderadora:

Estela Santos, Redactora Jefe, Expansión

Participan:

David Haigh, CEO y Fundador, Brand Finance

Fernando Garrido, Director de Marca y Reputación, Mapfre

Gemma Juncá, Directora de Marketing & Marca, Iberia

Mónica Villar, Directora de Comunicación, PR y RRSS, NH Hoteles

Miguel López Quesada, Director Corporativo de comunicación y RRII, Gestamp

Enrique Moreno, Director de Marca Global, LaLiga

12:00

 

Clausura

Dña. Irene Lozano, Secretaria de Estado de la España Global, Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores

12:15

 

 Despedida y Cierre de la Jornada

Hilario Alfaro, Presidente, Foro Madrid Empresarial

   

 

In Association With
Madrid Foro Empresarial
Madrid Foro Empresarial Website

Speakers

Miguel Lopez Quesada
Miguel Lopez Quesada
Dir. Corporativo de Comunicación y RRII
Gestamp
Enrique Moreno
Enrique Moreno
Dir. de Marca Global
LaLiga
Irene Lozano
Irene Lozano
Secretaria de Estado España Global
Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores
Gemma Juncá
Gemma Juncá
Dirª de Marketing y Marca
Iberia
Monica Villar
Monica Villar
Dirª de Comunicación, PR y RRSS
NH Hoteles
Estela S. Mazo
Estela S. Mazo
Redactora Jefe
Expansión
Hilario Alfaro
Hilario Alfaro
Presidente
Madrid Foro Empresarial
Teresa de Lemus
Teresa de Lemus
Managing Director
Spain

Teresa se incorporó a Brand Finance como Managing Director para Brand Finance España. Es Licenciada por la Universidad Pontificia de Comillas (ICADE, Madrid). Teresa además cursó el MBA del IE y un postgrado en Marketing Digital en el Instituto Superior para el Desarrollo en Internet (ISDI). Teresa consiguió la beca “Goya Leonardo” para jóvenes profesionales que la llevo a comenzar su carrera profesional en Bruselas. Allí trabajó en diferentes lobbies y agencias de PR como the European Advertising Standards Alliance (EASA), la Asociación Europea de Radios ( AER) - ambas relativas a la autorregulación de medios de comunicación y publicidad - o en la Representación de la Comunidad de Madrid frente a la UE. Teresa posteriormente enfocó su carrera en despachos de abogadoscomo directora de marketing y desarrollo de negocio para España. Con más de 10 años de experiencia, está especializada en marketing y desarrollo de negocio de servicios intangibles B2B. Teresa habla español, inglés y francés.

Teresa de Lemus is Managing Director for Brand Finance Spain. She has a degree from Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, (ICADE Madrid) and an MBA from IE. She is also a member of the Digital Business Executive Program in Instituto Superior para el Desarrollo en Internet (ISDI). Teresa won the “Goya Leonardo Scholarship” for young professionals, which led her to Brussels to start her professional career. Since then, she has worked for many lobbies, such as the European Advertising Standards Alliance (EASA) and Madrid’s representation towards the European Union. She has also worked for top tier Spanish law firms as National Marketing and Business Development Director for Spain. With over 10 years of experience, she specialises in marketing and business development of B2B intangible services. Teresa is also fluent in Spanish, English and French.

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Fernando Garrido
Fernando Garrido
Dir. de Marca y Reputación
Mapfre
Alex Haigh
Alex Haigh
Director
Brand Finance Plc

Alex is a technical specialist in the use of market research and brand valuation for transfer pricing and has completed the Advance Diploma in International Tax, with a specialisation in Transfer Pricing.

His other area of expertise has been the assessment on the return on investment of different brand architecture and brand positioning options. Much of this experience has focussed on identifying the brand structures, media investment, media mix and distribution channel management needed to minimise risk and maximise opportunity from any brand changes.

Working on clients across the Brand Finance Footprint including North America, Argentina, most of Europe, South Africa, Kenya, most of the Middle East, China, Singapore and Australia.

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David Haigh
David Haigh
Founder and CEO
Brand Finance

David is the CEO and founder of Brand Finance plc. David qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Price Waterhouse in London. He worked in international financial management then moved into the marketing services sector, firstly as the Financial Director of The Creative Business and then as Financial Director of WCRS & Partners. He left to set up a financial marketing consultancy, which was later acquired by Publicis, the pan European marketing services group, where he worked as a director for five years.

David moved to Interbrand as Director of Brand Valuation in its London-based global brand valuation practice, leaving in 1996 to launch Brand Finance. David has represented the British Standards institute on the International Standards Committee working party on the standardisation of brand valuation methods and practices, whose draft standard (ISO 10668) was published in November 2010.

David has written many articles for the marketing and financial press on branded businesses and brand valuation and is the author of numerous publications. He also lectures on the subject of branded business, brand and intangible asset valuation at many of the leading business schools around the world.

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