Apple Named as the World’s Most Valuable Brand at an Estimated Worth of $170.276 Billion

According to the inter-brand report Apple has been named the world’s most valuable brand across the world. Apple got this title after the release of its smart watch and iPhone 6S. Apple is worth an estimated at 170.276 billion US dollars, the equivalent of £112.177 billion, according to the report.

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Apple Named as the World’s Most Valuable Brand at an Estimated Worth of $170.276 Billion

Google came second while Coca Cola got third position according to the list of the top 100 brands put together by Inter-brand.

Digital companies lead the list with 13 technology brands in the top 100. Facebook was also included in the list because its value jump by more than half (54%) in the past year Microsoft and Samsung.

Burberry is leading the charge for British brands, coming 73rd in the list.

Cara Delevingne, Kate Moss and Romeo Beckham have all fronted campaigns for the luxury clothes brand, which is valued at 5.873 billion US dollars (£3.869 billion).

The humble Mini that made in Oxford but owned by German company BMW, is a new entry at number 98, while British car manufacturer Land Rover is at number 87 on the list.

Rebecca Robins, Interbrand regional director, said:

“With an increase in brand value of 14%, Land Rover continues its ascent after entering Best Global Brands for the first time in 2014.“In a year where the values of the British brands have seen a mixed pattern, luxury continues to sustain a more consistent trajectory, with Burberry increasing its brand value by 5%.”

The ranking is based on the firm’s financial performance, its influence over customers, and the strength of the brand to command a higher price or secure earnings for the company.

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