- TCS, HDFC Bank, Infosys and LIC were in the list of the top 100 valuable global brands.
- TCS was the most valuable brand to come from India, which ranked 46th on the list.
- HDFC Bank was the fourth largest bank in the world in terms of brand equity.
Four Indian companies, namely TCS, HDFC Bank, Infosys and LIC, were among the top 100 largest brands in the world, along with companies such as Apple, Google, Amazon and Microsoft.
TCS was the most valuable brand to come from India, which ranked 46th on the list. The company’s brand value is estimated at $50 billion by Kantar Brands 2022, the author of the “Most Valuable Global Brands” report.
Its counterpart Infosys, a latest entrant to the list, was in 64th place, while brand value hovered at $33 billion. Wipro — which is one of the top IT companies in India along with TCS and Infosys — was missing from the top 100 list.
Meanwhile, HDFC Bank was ranked 61st as the second largest brand from India. LIC – which recently had India’s largest public issuance of ₹21,000 crore – was ranked 92nd, with a brand value of $23 billion.
|rank||Indian Company||Brand equity|
|#46||Tata Consultancy Service (TCS)||$50 billion|
|#61||HDFC Bank||$35 billion|
|#92||Life Insurance Company (LIC)||$23 billion|
TCS was the second largest brand in the Asia-Pacific region, second only to Samsung with a brand value of $54 billion. HDFC Bank and Infosys were in third and fourth place on the list, while LIC was in eighth place. HDFC Bank was the fourth largest bank in the world in terms of brand equity, while TCS and Infosys were among the top 20 providers of business solutions and technology in the world.
Apple was the most valuable brand in the world, with a brand value of $947 billion. It was followed by other tech giants Google, Amazon and Microsoft, in the same order. Facebook, which recently changed its name to Meta, was in eighth position because its brand value was nearly one-fifth that of Apple.
|#10||Louis Vuitton||$124 billion|
Kantar Brandz’ 2022 Most Valuable Global Brands also included IBM, Coca-Cola, Adobe, Oracle, StarBucks, Instagram, TikTok, SnapChat, Adidas and Ikea in the top 100.
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