9 Indian brands are ranked in the Global 500 League list 2011

by khalid on 22/03/2011 · 0 comments

BrandFinance® Global 500 has comes out with latest list of the world’s 500 most comprehensive brand value league table, ranking the most valuable brands across all major markets. India got its share with 9 companies on the list includes Tata Group, Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), ICICI Bank, BPCL, SBI, Indian Oil, Bharti Airtel and Wipro. Indian Oil, Bharti Airtel and Wipro has made their entry into the list for the first time this year. Tata Group is in the top 50 global league with a brand value of USD 15.08 billion for this year versus USD 11.2 billion last year. Reliance was on top in the last year’s list. Surprisingly, Reliance lost its position slipping to 133 from 108 with a brand value of USD 6.99 billion. Along with Reliance, other brands like ICICI Bank, BPCL went down on the list. On the positive side, SBI and Infosys climbed higher.

The Global 500 League list 2011 is topped by Google as No 1 with a brand value of USD 44.29 billion leaving big daddies like Wal-Mart, Microsoft and Apple behind. Wal-Mart slid from No 1 position to No 3, Microsoft, however, climbed to No 2 position from No 5 last year. Vodafone is at No 5, whereas Apple moved up from No 20 position to No 8 this year.

Coca-Cola drops out of the top ten for the first time with USD 25.8 billion. Facebook enters the table first time in 285th place with a brand value of USD 3.7 billion. The US continues to dominate the index. American brands constitute 13 of the top 20 and 26 from the top 500.

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