If in 2013 global consumers didn’t mind that 76% of commercial brands had disappeared, in 2015, this figure slightly decreases to 74%. Overall, the Havas Meaningful Brands study 2015 has proved the trend: most brands across the world lose ability to be perceived as useful or meaningful and to effect people’s lives.
Brands deliver tons of products and services across the globe, but do they really contribute to making people’s lives brighter? In June, Havas Media released its annual Meaningful Brands index (MBi) outlining a positive impact of brands on people’s lives. The study comes as a unique framework to “analyze and track the connections brands have with our quality of life and well-being,” as the global media expert explains it.