The 100 most valuable brands in the world. Part 2

The 100 most valuable brands in the world. Part 1


51. Pampers

Trademark of Procter & Gamble, which produces the brand of diapers and baby wipes.


52. Zara

A leading retail chain of Inditex group, owned by the Spanish tycoon Amancio Ortega, who also owns brands such as Massimo Dutti, Pull and Bear, Oysho, Uterqüe, Stradivarius and Bershka.


53. Hermes Paris

French manufacturer of quality goods that specializiruetsya on products from skin, accessories, perfumery, luxury goods.


54. J. P. Morgan

One of the oldest financial conglomerates on the planet.


55. Kraft Foods Group

Concern for the production of packaged food.

56. Wells Fargo

Banking company that provides diversified financial and insurance services in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.


57. Canon

Japanese engineering company, one of the world leaders in the field of creation of digital equipment for use in the office and at home.


58. Kellogg’s

An American company, a well-known manufacturer of Breakfast cereals and convenience foods.


59. eBay

The American company providing services in the areas of online auctions online shopping instant payments.

60. Caterpillar

The American Corporation. One of the leading manufacturers of the largest machinery in the world.


61. Adidas

German industrial group specializing in the production of athletic footwear, apparel and equipment.


62. Volkswagen

The German car brand, one of many owned by the concern Volkswagen AG.


63. Nintendo

A Japanese company specializing in the creation of video games and gaming consoles.


64. Colgate

International company producing products such as Soaps, oral hygiene, toothpaste and brushes, pet food, household chemicals.

65. Bank of America

American financial conglomerate providing a wide range of financial services to private and legal entities, the largest Bank holding company in the United States in the number of assets[


66. Shell

Dutch-British oil and gas company.


67. MasterCard

International payment system unites 22 thousand financial institutions in 210 countries.

68. Rolex SA

The Swiss watch company that produces watches and accessories under the trademark rolex.

69. Red Bull GmbH

Austrian manufacturer of energy drinks, the most famous of them is soft drink Red Bull

70. Prada

An Italian private company specialized on the production of fashion apparel, shoes and accessories, which owns the eponymous fashion house and brand.


71. Philips

Large international concern working in the field of electronics, medical equipment and lighting.


72. Nokia

Finnish multinational company, a manufacturer of mobile phones, smartphones and telecommunications equipment for cellular, fixed, broadband and IP networks.


73. Lexus

Car brand «premium» produced by the Japanese company Toyota Motor.


74. Chanel

French manufacturer of luxury goods, one of the world’s most renowned fashion houses.

75. Heineken

Dutch brewing company, the largest in the country. The company is headquartered in Amsterdam.


76. Starbucks

American company selling coffee, and the coffee chain.

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77. Allianz SE

German insurance company, one of the largest in the world, classified as a systemically important to the global economy.

78. Nissan

The Japanese automaker, one of the largest in the world.


79. Goldman Sachs

One of the world’s largest commercial banks, a financial conglomerate, in the circle of financiers known as «The Firm».


80. Sony

Transnational Corporation with headquarters in Tokyo. Engaged in production of home and professional electronics, game consoles and other high-tech products.


81. Hyundai

South Korean automobile company. The largest automaker in the country and fourth in the world.


82. ExxonMobil

American company, the largest private oil company in the world, one of the world’s largest corporations by market capitalization.


83. Deere & Company

American engineering company that manufactures agricultural, construction and forestry equipment.


84. Dell

American Corporation, one of the largest companies in the field of computers.


85. Boeing

The American Corporation. One of the world’s largest manufacturers of aviation, space and military equipment.


86. Ralph Lauren

The U.S. company, renowned manufacturer of apparel, accessories, perfumes and luxury items.


87. Chase

One of the oldest financial conglomerates on the planet.


88. Lancome

Cosmetic brand, founded in 1935, currently owned by the company l’oreal.


89. Santander

The largest financial group in Spain and the Eurozone with a market capitalization of about 80 billion Euro and assets of more than 1 trillion euros.


90. Ericsson

The Swedish company, a manufacturer of telecommunications equipment.


91. FedEx

The American company, giving postal, courier and other logistics services worldwide.

92. Subway

Network of fast food restaurants operating on the franchising principle. The main products sold are sandwiches and salads.

93. ING

Dutch financial conglomerate that provides services in the field of banking, insurance and property management. The abbreviation ING stands for Internationale Nederlanden Groep.


94. Credit Suisse

Swiss financial conglomerate. The headquarters is located in Zurich, Switzerland.


95. Porsche

The German engineering company, founded by the famous designer Ferdinand Porsche in 1931. The headquarters and manufactory is located in Stuttgart, Germany.

96. Heinz

American food company, well-known producer of ketchup.


97. AXA

French company specialized in the provision of insurance services.

98. MTV

American TV channel, which began broadcasting August 1, 1981.


99. Burberry

The British company, manufacturer of clothing, accessories and perfumes of luxury.


100. Estee Lauder

The American company, manufacturer of cosmetics and perfumes.