5 Times Brand Interpretation Gone Wrong by Olufisayo November 18, 2016 written by Olufisayo Published: November 18, 2016Last Updated on August 13, 2018 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinWhatsappEmail Related Articles 6 Advantages of Hybrid Work Model June 23, 2022 Entrepreneur Home Loans: The Best Mortgage Solution for... June 15, 2022 How to Become an Entrepreneur Without Experience June 10, 2022 How to Improve Your Restaurant Business June 9, 2022 13 Customer Management Automation E-Commerce Software May 26, 2022 5 Common Mistakes Freelancers Make When Starting Out May 13, 2022 Different Ways to Spend a Huge Amount of... May 11, 2022 Move into the Ideal Career with Some Simple... April 4, 2022 Why Every Business Must Have A Viable Road... March 30, 2022 The Truth About Passive Income and Commercial Real... March 11, 2022 1 comment Emenike Emmanuel November 24, 2016 - 4:35 PM Hey Ola. It’s mind blowing how a tiny brand interpretation that wasn’t well thought-out can smell doom for big corporations. That said, it means small startups operating on low budget can actually compete with big firms if their branding strategy is a jaw-breaking one. Over the years, I have come to discover that branding is everything. Comments are closed.