Inter-brand competition

 

Institution Definition

Competition between firms that have developed brands or labels for their products in order to distinguish them from other brands sold in the same market segment. Although not perceived as being fully equivalent by consumers, branded products ‘nevertheless’ compete with each other, but normally to a lesser degree. Coca-Cola versus Pepsi is an example of inter-brand competition.

Intra-brand competition(s)

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