A discussion about Brand Elevation at Columbia Business School

Wolf and JP had the honor and much fun discussing the art and science behind ‘Brand Elevation’ with leaders who work on brands that know a thing or two about Dreaming, Doing and Daring – the three phases of Ueber-Branding we describe our new, step-by-step guide. Debra Goetz, CMO of online community Nextdoor, Dave Rapaport of Ben & Jerry’s and Tom Szaky, founder of the recycling group TerraCycle. Could the spectrum be broader? The broad applicability of Brand Elevation was one of the points we wanted to make. Note that Tom also wrote an in-depth article for the case study section of the new book, which you can order here.

Here is a link to the article on the Columbia Business School webpage. Or just watch the full panel discussion below.

About JP Kuehlwein

JP Kuehlwein is a global business leader and brand builder with a 25+ year track record of translating consumer and brand insights into transformational propositions that win in market. Principal at ‘Ueber-Brands’ a New York consulting firm, he now helps others to elevate brands and make them peerless and priceless. JP also teaches brand strategy at NYU Stern and Columbia Business School and leads the Marketing Institute at The Conference Board, all in New York. Jp previously was Executive Vice President at Frédéric Fekkai & Co, a prestige salon operator and hair care brand and lead brand- and corporate strategy development and execution at multinational Procter & Gamble as Brand Director and Director of Strategy. JP and Wolf Schaefer have co-authored the best-selling books “Rethinking Prestige Branding – Secrets of the Ueber-Brands” which lays out what drives the success of modern premium brands and "Brand Elevation - Lessons in Ueber-Branding" a guide to developing and executing a brand elevation strategy. Find the books here: https://bit.ly/UeberBooks
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