We take brands ‘ueber’ – elevate them to be peerless, priceless, profitable
We guide and enable – distill what’s essential and define executions that take a brand ‘ueber’
| JP Kuehlwein
Co-Founder and Principal. Previously Executive VP Frédéric Fekkai, Brand Director and Director of Strategy at Procter & Gamble. JP has a track record of turning consumer- and business insights into propositions that win big in-market, across categories and countries.
Co-Inventor of Ueber-Branding and Chief Strategic Officer at Select World, one of the leading premium brand-building networks. Wolf is the strategy builder for companies as diverse as Coty, LVMH, Nestle or P&G with a particular focus on prestige brands.
… and their Ueber-Network of partner experts and -agencies.
We’ve walked in your shoes and know results are what counts. We help create impact-full, feasible, sustainable strategies and plans:
Ueber-Strategies and Plans!
“I certainly endorse you as experts and inspiring and insightful leaders in this space!”
Alexandra Keith – CEO Procter & Gamble Beauty Care
FROM THE UEBER-BLOG-CAST:
- Crises – An Opportunity For Brand Elevation - "A crisis is a terrible thing to waste," might have been the mantra for some brands in 2020. They have shown strength and taken steps to further elevate their brand in the mind of their key constituents as this talk/article seeks to illustrate. … Continue reading
- The joy and challenge of purveying better products and better lives – Interview with Dilhan Fernando, CEO Dilmah Tea - Dilmah Tea is the pioneer you might not have heard about when it comes to fairer trade practices, implementing sustainable operating processes, educating consumers and to being founded on the belief that purveying a superior product needs to go hand-in-hand with helping to create a better socio-economical and natural environment. Listen to our interview with its CEO. … Continue reading
- ThankYou. – Admirable Activism or Brand-Based Bullying? - Australian social enterprise ‘ThankYou.’ leverages a mix of mythology, passionate appeal and social shaming to get consumers, their customers and competitors to buy, sell and - maybe - license the brand. Is that brilliant activist brand- and business building? Or is the concept of a ‘brand with a higher purpose’ being abused to bully your way to growth? … Continue reading