India's most trusted brands: Samsung, Sony, Tata, more

Mon May 12 2014, 11:39 hrs
Samsung, the consumer durables and electronics leader, secures its position as India's most trusted brand in The Brand Trust Report-2014. Breaking the three years streak of Nokia, Samsung has steadily climbed ranks over the last three years with unwaveringly accuracy. It had ranked 5th most trusted brand in 2011, 4th in 2012 and 2nd in 2013. Samsung has also achieved spectacular growth by tripling its turnover to nearly Rs 27,000 Crore between 2008 and 2012. (Reuters)
Samsung, the consumer durables and electronics leader, secures its position as India's most trusted brand in The Brand Trust Report-2014. Breaking the three years streak of Nokia, Samsung has steadily climbed ranks over the last three years with unwaveringly accuracy. It had ranked 5th most trusted brand in 2011, 4th in 2012 and 2nd in 2013. Samsung has also achieved spectacular growth by tripling its turnover to nearly Rs 27,000 Crore between 2008 and 2012. (Reuters)
India's second most trusted brand is Sony, the electronics innovator, just 12% behind the first in terms of BTI. Sony, a consistency trust performer, was ranked 3rd most trusted brand in BTR 2011, 5th in BTR 2012 and 3rd in BTR 2013, and this year it has achieved its best yet. (Reuters)
India's second most trusted brand is Sony, the electronics innovator, just 12% behind the first in terms of BTI. Sony, a consistency trust performer, was ranked 3rd most trusted brand in BTR 2011, 5th in BTR 2012 and 3rd in BTR 2013, and this year it has achieved its best yet. (Reuters)
Tata, a diversified Indian multi-national conglomerate, has moved up two ranks over the previous tear to take the place of India's 3rd most trusted brand. (Reuters)
Tata, a diversified Indian multi-national conglomerate, has moved up two ranks over the previous tear to take the place of India's 3rd most trusted brand. (Reuters)
LG, the other Korean brand that regularly jostles for being among the top trust slots, is India's 4th most trusted brand in 2014, with a negligible lag of 1% trust index difference from the third ranked. (Reuters)
LG, the other Korean brand that regularly jostles for being among the top trust slots, is India's 4th most trusted brand in 2014, with a negligible lag of 1% trust index difference from the third ranked. (Reuters)
Nokia, India's most trusted brand for three years in a row falls to 5th place this year, approximately 3% trust points below the previous ranked. (Reuters)
Nokia, India's most trusted brand for three years in a row falls to 5th place this year, approximately 3% trust points below the previous ranked. (Reuters)
Hewlett Packard (HP), the personal technology brand, takes a huge leap and climbs up fourteen ranks, to become India's 6th most trusted brand.
Hewlett Packard (HP), the personal technology brand, takes a huge leap and climbs up fourteen ranks, to become India's 6th most trusted brand.
Hero MotoCorp, has climbed up seventy-nine ranks over last year to land as India's 7th most trusted brand in 2014. (Reuters)
Hero MotoCorp, has climbed up seventy-nine ranks over last year to land as India's 7th most trusted brand in 2014. (Reuters)
Honda, the four-wheeler manufacturer, goes up three slots from BTR 2013 to be ranked India's 8th most trusted brand. (Reuters)
Honda, the four-wheeler manufacturer, goes up three slots from BTR 2013 to be ranked India's 8th most trusted brand. (Reuters)
Reliance is up two ranks from last year to become India's 9th most trusted brand. (Reuters)
Reliance is up two ranks from last year to become India's 9th most trusted brand. (Reuters)
Mahindra and Mahindra takes a big leap and jumps sixty-nine ranks up to reach the position of India's 10th most trusted brand. (Reuters)
Mahindra and Mahindra takes a big leap and jumps sixty-nine ranks up to reach the position of India's 10th most trusted brand. (Reuters)
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