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The History of Branding

[Note: it looks like the sites mentioned in this post have been taken down]

I ran across a reference to the site, The History of Branding on the trythisonforsize blog.   If you’re at all The History of Brandinginterested in brands and branding or corporate takeovers and spinouts, you gotta check this site out.  Each one of the logos on the site is clickable.  Clicking any one opens up a new page with the story behind the brand. 

There are links on most pages to the history information on the corporate site and to other resources related to the company and its history.

Warning: cruising through all the information may be addictive.

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  • Dave

    I took a quick look at a few and was disappointed. For example, under Mercedes-Benz, it doesn’t say anything about how Mercedes and Benz got together, nor does it say anything about the three pointed star logo. Wikipedia has a much more complete description and covers these issues. Similar with the others I looked at – a really brief synopsis of the company, but really nothing about the brand or how it was built or what the logo means.

  • Dave

    I took a quick look at a few and was disappointed. For example, under Mercedes-Benz, it doesn’t say anything about how Mercedes and Benz got together, nor does it say anything about the three pointed star logo. Wikipedia has a much more complete description and covers these issues. Similar with the others I looked at – a really brief synopsis of the company, but really nothing about the brand or how it was built or what the logo means.

  • http://digitalmail.blogspot.com/ Atul

    Yes Dave in few brands sections all information is not given but nice post Will Herman , thanks doe providing such a nice link because i have got what i was looking for and this is because of you .

  • http://digitalmail.blogspot.com Atul

    Yes Dave in few brands sections all information is not given but nice post Will Herman , thanks doe providing such a nice link because i have got what i was looking for and this is because of you .

  • Natalie

    somehow it is not working at all
    every click takes me to http://mobilesyrup.com/ 

  • http://2-speed.com/ Will

    Natalie, thanks for the heads up. Unfortunately, I can’t find the source for them anywhere. Too bad, the site was pretty cool when I posted about it.

  • Angus Frend

    what is he logo, 2 left from the Lacoste logo?

  • http://2-speed.com/ Will

    Diner’s Club

  • Maxi_k

    What’s the logo  right from NBA Logo?