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Thanks for sharing, great article.


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Nice post, David.

I still think that a better way to go upmarket is not to extend brand but to create a new upmarket brand. Brand extensions work only if there are no competition or competitors are weak.

In any case it will be interesting to see how Samsonite succeeds with this new brand extension.

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