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BrandZ Top 100 Chinese Brands

Explore our interactive guide to BrandZ™ Top 100 Most Valuable Chinese Brands

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BrandZ launches Top 30 Chinese Global Brand Builders 2017 Ranking

Consumer electronics and mobile gaming brands from China lead the ranking. Consumers abroad increasingly associate Chinese brands with innovative digital devices and services.

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New marketing team structure for digital/social era

Winning companies have expanded marketing organizations’ role: from directly talk to end consumers on their mobile phone screens or social news feeds to closely advise CEOs in boardrooms.

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2016 CelebrityZ Top 100 Most Valuable Celebrities

Chinese actor Hu Ge and model/actress Angelababy rank No.1 and 2. Singer/blogger Xue Zhiqian is identified as the most promising next big star.

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Dabao most chosen cosmetics brand for Chinese consumers

Among the top 10 most chosen skin care and colour make-up brands, four are Chinese brands.

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From The Archive

10 Chinese brands significantly lift loyalty among young consumers. The right celebrity makes a difference.
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Tencent’s investment in Tesla should be transformational in the way that we view Chinese brands.
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Brands serving urban middle-class enjoy growth. Tencent tops the ranking for the third year. Alibaba returns to No.2.
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Top 50 rises 30% in value over three years, and dips slightly.
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